I am really passionate about music, especially the violin. I have played professionaly in orchestras since the age of fourteen. As of recent, teaching violin, as well as beginner piano has become my main focus. I am a Suzuki trained teacher. My Suzuki training has really taught me how to structure my lessons in a step by step fashion. However, I don't rely only on my Suzuki training. I also employ many techniques and strategies that I've learned throughout my studies and career that help students avoid some of the pitfalls that many people learning the violin fall into. Frustration can be a major obstacle to studying the violin. Having a well thought out plan for practice can help moderate this frustration. I help all of my students develop a practice schedule that is right for them.
I also love to work with more advanced players and well as adults, to help them reach their goals which could be perfecting the violin technically or just learning a song that they would like to play. So please, feel free to reach me if you are one of those.
I really love learning the violin with this method because it's really fun and helps me improve the violin. Each song is a little harder than the previous one, so I find myself improving my technique as well as the level of songs I play. This helped me learn the violin easily, and when I look back at videos of me playing a few months back, I see a large difference.