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Violin Lessons Wayne County, MI

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Featured Violin Teachers In Wayne County

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering violin lessons in Wayne. Whether you are looking for beginner violin lessons for your kids, or are an adult wanting to improve your skills, the instructors in our network are ready to help you now!
Jonathan L

Jonathan L

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Violin, Cello, Viola, Synthesizer, Double Bass, Keyboard

I focus on students doing what they can to at least get a little bit better each day. If a student can only commit 5 minutes a day to practicing, I can find ways to improve in those 5 minutes. Every student has unique abilities and needs, and I customize my curriculum around that. I teach music reading, as well as ear training. Composition and improvisation are important parts of my teaching, as they allow students to discover their own unique ideas. Above all, I keep the lessons, fun and interesting, and encourage concepts that make learning fun!

Denielle B

Denielle B

Instruments: Piano, Violin, Viola

Teaching Methods: My primary goal as a teacher is to train and nurture my students, so that I eventually become unnecessary as they grow in skill and musical maturity. I teach so that sound and tone quality are of primary importance and I teach proper technique that supports the desired sound. I use multiple resources (Essential Element, Suzuki, Alfred ect..) to create an individualized curriculum for each student. I include and highly encourage student participation in the selection of music so that I can maintain enthusiasm in learning!

Teaching Styles: I believe my teaching style reflects the joy I find in teaching!  I encourage active learning through games, activities and exercises that are age-appropriate, and I highly encourage many questions!  I love to play duets and accompany during lessons so that my students experience the entirety of a composition and I insist on a varity of styles and genres, so that everyone is a well-rounded musician :-)

S. Annette J

S. Annette J

Instruments: Piano, Voice, Violin, Flute, Recorder

Teaching Methods:   After I get to know each student, I select the sheet music and/or books that I think will best suit the student's needs and interests.  I also incorporate music theory, and if I can't find something just right for a student, I will combine methods or create materials myself.  In addition to traditional method books, I encourage students to learn through watching and listening to recordings of themselves and other musicians.  Playing or singing music with other people is another great way to develop musical skills, so I assist my students in finding or creating musical groups that fit their interests.

Teaching Styles:   I want students to know their personal strengths, so I use lots of specific praise for both natural abilities and for things they've worked hard to achieve.  In order to help students develop independent thinking skills, I ask as many questions as I can instead of just telling them how to do things.  It’s crucial that my students to know how and what to practice, so I demonstrate and describe the most effective and efficient ways to develop musicianship.  Then I write down what we’ve covered on an assignment sheet they can use as a reference at home.  Finally, and most importantly, I want lessons to be fun for all of my students (and for me!), so I keep things moving in a friendly, relaxed way.

Sopita S

Sopita S

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Violin, Cello, Viola, Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet, Bass Guitar, Lap Steel Guitar, Ukulele, Electric Violin, Double Bass, Oboe

I can teach all styles from the lesson books

Bill M

Bill M

Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Violin, Bass Guitar, Ukulele, Mandolin, Electric Guitar, Classical Guitar, Acoustic Guitar

I have used several methods and books for learning from Classical guitar methods to more popular methods like Mel Bay. I will find the right supplementary books or methods for each students learning desires. I teach Suzuki violin method and Alfred Piano and Bass instruction books. I teach music reading for all instruments and also work with Guitar, Bass and Ukulele tabs. I also figure out songs by ear and teach students how to do it as well. I have a spacious, fully equipped home studio and lounge area for parents. Everything is set-up for providing great lessons.

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