I am a Suzuki Method teacher and I have students playing violin, viola, and cello. I use music theory from the earliest moments. I also teach fiddling and folk music along with classical. Many opportunities for community performing enhances the growth and enthusiasm of my students. I have been teaching strings for over 30 years to students of all ages. My qualifications can be found at: www.suzukiassociation.org
I teach in my Stillwater home and in a studio in St. Paul; both in Minnesota
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I have a tried and true formula for getting the student playing from the first lesson. But I am sensitive to the child or adult to follow their pace.
I have a background in dance & music from my younger years.Then at University focused on dance and music. Teaching along the way.I have specialised in violin the last 22 years enrolling in on going training and enrichment thought the Suzuki Violin Method International and in Minnesota. I also teach cello and viola.So that my student can play in ensembles. As well as fiddling.
Yes. $50 per hour. Minimum lessons per month 2 hours (more as advanced) plus Group lessons as students are ready $15 per hour.
My mother was a public school teacher.She would ask me to help with her students sometimes. Then as I studied Ballet my instructor allowed me to assist her with the younger students. I also help at church teaching Sunday School.
All ages up through retired people.However mostly I have worked with 3- 4 year olds through early high school. I love that music is not effected by gender; boys and girls learn the same way and yet everyone is very unique in their learning style.
We were gathered together fiddling and the energy of the students was so wonderful. The fiddle tunes were so much fun.
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Availability. Best time for scheduling the lesson keeping the student in mind.Good energy is needed.