Constant encouragement and motivation are given to my students at each lesson. I recognize even the smallest effort made by the students in practicing and doing homework and encourage them to do more through positive reinforcement. I love seeing the smile on my student’s faces at the end of each lesson!
I help our students build self-confidence through constant positive feedback and recognition of their effort. I help them find out their own potential and build on their strength. I build out the best in our students!
Lessons every day of the week: I know life can be crazy. I will work around your hockey games, skating and dance classes.
I teach classical, pop, and Disney music: whatever you or your children’s interests are, I have it covered.
I motivate and encourage my students no matter what: Every child needs a cheerleader. I am that cheerleader.
Always well prepared and intuitive about my daughter's needs making for really great lessons.
Ms. Rada Culciar is a well educated and very professional instructor. Her teaching approach is organized and easy to follow. I have made wonderful progress under Ms. Culciar's instruction. I would encourage anyone who would like to study the violin (or any other subject of study) to take lessons with Ms. Rada Culciar.
Rada is a kind and knowledgeable teacher! I learned a lot from her in a short period of time. She offers excellent professional advice, is flexible with her hours, and very easy to contact. Would definitely recommend her as an instructor!
My typical process is to get an understanding of where the student is in his musical journey, to establish what kind of music education best fits them.
Temple University Music Education and Performance, 8 years of teaching experience.
Yes, please visit: http://culciarschoolofmusic.com/registration-and-prices/
I started as a private music teacher in Ardmore, PA over 7 years ago.
Ages 5+, siblings, mature students as well.
I would advise them to never settle for a teacher if they don't connect. Connecting with your teacher is very important in being able to learn and be comfortable enough to have fun.
How serious will I take this new adventure? Is this going to be just a hobby, am I just trying this instrument to see if I want to stick with it for a while, or am I hoping this turns into some sort of a career, be it become a music teacher myself, or be able to perform?