Be an accomplished violinist in record time and learn violin from Christina McGarr. She also offers viola lessons, guitar, cello, music theory and more.
Violin is a discipline but also a cherishable gift. I enjoy making a difference in the minds of young musicians and learning more from them each day. As I learn from my students they learn from me, because I am able to customize the lessons by each student's learning styles.
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I have been playing violin for 14 years. It's been a long journey of hard work and discipline. I attended Fisk University as a Music Performance Major and studied under Sefan Petrescu, world renowned violinist from the Black Sea Orchestra in Romania.
First Lesson is 50% off!
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$30/ 30 minute lesson
Monthly Lesson Package: $115/ mo
Believe it or not, I started teaching and tutoring violin in the 5th grade. Orchestra students asked for help and I stayed after school spending hours helping my fellow students out of the zeal for music and helping my colleagues. I continued on until I started attending college. At Fisk university, I wotked with the THRUST program tutoring strings students from the local public schools.
I have experience working with all ages. I have worked for 2 companies that give lessons to music students of all ages. (Carpe Artista in Smyrna, TN & Sam Ash Music Stores in Madison, TN).
It is important to know what your goals are with music. Ask yourself:
Why do I want to play this instrument?
What will motivate me to practice and to continue my music education?
What do I plan on doing with music in the future?
What are the easiest ways for me to learn? (ie. memorization, hands-on learning, etc)
How will I use this talent?
Have I set realistic goals for myself?
Am I sure this is the right instrument for me?
(Parents) Is my child attentive enough to play an instrument? Does my child have a true passion or talent for music? Am I pressuring my child to learn an instrument or am I giving them space to make that descion on their own?