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New York Violin Lessons

Sound Of Music Academy

Sound Of Music Academy

5.0 6 Reviews
Sound of Music Academy offers high quality private and group lessons in all major instruments and voice. Our classically trained faculty uses traditional methods with modernized approaches that cater to the individual needs of each student.
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RJS Piano Lessons

RJS Piano Lessons

5.0 5 Reviews
Rena Slavin is a music educator, aspiring musicologist, and pianist. Rena’s musical training began at the Pre-College Division of the Manhattan School of Music, where they studied with Sheryl Canellakis from 2005 to 2015. While in school, Rena performed in several New York venues, including Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Merkin Hall, and Alice Tully Hall. They performed in the Lincoln Center Young Musician’s Concert and served on the board of the Lincoln Center Chamber Music Society’s Student Producers. Rena continued their piano studies as an undergraduate at the University of Chicago. They graduated with a Bachelor o ... View Profile
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Larissa Blitz Violin Lessons

Larissa Blitz Violin Lessons

5.0 5 Reviews
I have been teaching private violin lessons in NJ in Basking Ridge and Bridgewater area since 2000. Since that time I taught a great amount of children of different ages and levels. I enjoy working with kids and watching them grow and develop into young adults with great love for music and ability to play the violin on pretty high levels by the time they graduate. Almost all of my students are enrolled in their school orchestras, many played with NJ Youth Symphony and NJ Regional Orchestra after successfully auditioning to get in. I also hold my class recitals twice a year which gives my students an additional goal to practice. Some of my you ... View Profile
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Concetta Abbate Teaching Artist

Concetta Abbate Teaching Artist

5.0 5 Reviews
Concetta Abbate is a violinist, violist, vocalist and composer in New York City. Concetta began studying classical violin and ear training at age 4, with Irene Lawton as her primary teacher. She later continued her classical studies with Jody Gatwood (Catholic University), Tanya Kalmanovitch (New England Conservatory) and Emily Ondracek (Columbia University). After a childhood dedicated to classical training, Concetta became interested in delving further into her interest in folk music, pop, and jazz. She writes original art songs inspired by natural science, folk tales, poetry in Spanish, and everyday objects and sounds. She releas ... View Profile
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Abigel Kralik Violin Lessons

Abigel Kralik Violin Lessons

5.0 4 Reviews
Hello!  I am a very passionate teacher of the violin. I am and American-Hungarian violinist based in New York. Qualifications: I have an undergraduate degree from the Juilliard School where I studied with Izhak Perlman. I want to pass on what he has taught to me to my students. I have won numerous national and international competitions and I have had many students that I absolutely love working with.  Teaching Style: I am a kind and patient person but at the same time, I push my students to go further in their learning than they wver imagined they could. Studying with me will be a fun, but serious learning experience!  My pric ... View Profile
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Poppa's Music Music, Inc.

Poppa's Music Music, Inc.

4.7 3 Reviews
Our goal is to provide the most efficient music education available for our students, while providing our students with experienced and professional educators. We are prepared to educate all levels from the beginner to the advanced. All instruments, music theory, and genres of music are available for Lessons by our professionally trained teachers.
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Brittany 's Music School

Brittany 's Music School

4.7 3 Reviews
Hi! My name is Brittany Harris and I am a professional Cellist having play with the Manhattan Symphonie, was Princial Cellist of the Litha Symphony and have performed with various artists. I hold two Bachelors in Music Education and Music Performance and I teach regularly in the Brooklyln Public Schools. I've been studying, teaching, playing music for 20 years. I LOVE music. It is truly my passion. Even more? I love TEACHING music. I'm a fun loving teacher and I enjoy laughing and creating an environment that produces a love of learning. It is my goal to give everyone a chance to learn a musical instrument, it is truly a wonderful gift and ev ... View Profile
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Violin NYC

Violin NYC

5.0 2 Reviews
My students receive weekly check-ins and support between lessons. I supply a personal practice video often for my students so they know exactly what to practice during the week. Often there are opportunities for performances and playing with other musicians, both students and professionals when ready as well. 
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Katherine Lim Violin Lessons

Katherine Lim Violin Lessons

5.0 2 Reviews
Specialising in teaching young students, South Korean violinist Katherine Kyu Hyeon Lim began her teaching career at the Meadowmount School of music in the summer of 2016 as a teaching assistant of Sally Thomas, where she taught private lessons to students aged 11 – 17. She continues to teach in New York City as a faculty at Opus 118 Harlem School of Music and New Amsterdam School, where she teaches group classes and private lessons to students aged 5 – 16. She holds a bachelor’s and a master’s degree from The Juilliard School, where she studied with Sally Thomas and Laurie Smukler, and is currently a Doctor of Musical ... View Profile
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Quality Lessons-Low Price

Quality Lessons-Low Price

5.0 2 Reviews
I am an incredibily passionate teacher, with a mission to see all of my students learn, grow, and achieve their goals. I believe that every person, young and old, deserves to expose themselves to the arts, and that with hard work, every person has the ability to succeed. I am currently studying music education and theatre at Seton Hall University. I have also been teaching for several years. My teaching experience includes many years of experience teaching private lessons on several instruments (piano, voice, guitar, ukulele, violin, bass) to all ages. I have also worked for several years as a songwriting instructor, as well as an acting teac ... View Profile
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Viola & Violin Lessons

Viola & Violin Lessons

5.0 2 Reviews
You have to know that I live in Egypt, so, lessons will be online thru the internet. If that's ok with you then let's talk details.
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MusicNJLessons.com

MusicNJLessons.com

5.0 2 Reviews
Bachelors in Music Ed, Masters in Music Performance, NJ Music K-12 Certified, Teacher Of Students With Disabilities Certified NJ, Supervisor Certified. Teaching 20 years.
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Music In Z Major

Music In Z Major

5.0 2 Reviews
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Violin/Viola/Piano Cristina Music

Violin/Viola/Piano Cristina Music

5.0 2 Reviews
Navigated the music education of numerous students in piano and music education. Directed the development and implementation of an extensive and wide-ranging music curriculum. Organized and facilitated extra classes to allow students to develop their skills at a faster speed. Effectively communicated with all students to provide constructive criticism to allow them to enhance their skills. Effectively utilized music theory to improve students’ understanding of music theory. Motivated and encouraged students through positive reinforcement techniques. ... View Profile
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Antoine Guitar Lessons

Antoine Guitar Lessons

5.0 1 Review
I chose music in the first place because of the relationship I had with my childhood teacher. I believe that music lessons are about more than just the music, they are also about building a strong personal relationship between teacher and student.
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Alexia DelGiudice Viola/Violin Lessons

Alexia DelGiudice Viola/Violin Lessons

5.0 1 Review
My name is Alexia DelGiudice Bigari. I received my bachelor’s degree from The Juilliard School and my master’s degree from Northwestern University. I have been teaching for the past 6 years, both in Italy and the USA. I am very personable and love sharing music with others. :)
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Eastanbul Violin/Viola/Conducting Lessons

Eastanbul Violin/Viola/Conducting Lessons

5.0 1 Review
For beginning students who are children, I typically start with Hal Leonard's Essential Elements. I then mix it with Suzuki books and basic music knowledge. Once the student has progressed to have a grasp of the fundamentals, I will begin to introduce solo repertoire appropriate for their first performance. For adults, I try to find out what the student is interested in, and guide my instruction accordingly to keep the lessons engaging and fun, no matter their ability level.  Sometimes they have their own choices of songs they want to play / perform and share with the family, so I focus on exactly what my student wants. ... View Profile
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Sam & Rachel’s Violin & Viola Lessons

Sam & Rachel’s Violin & Viola Lessons

5.0 1 Review
At Sam & Rachel’s, we strive to bring the best out of our students. We believe one on one lessons are so important and essential to a student’s growth in music. One on one time allows for us to give the student undivided attention in the areas they require to learn. In big group settings, like ensembles, students can get unintentionally swept under the rug. That’s where we come in!  Sam & Rachel have been teaching private lessons on Long Island, from studios, in their homes, and even substituting for other colleagues, including each other. They have just recently moved to Brooklyn and want to continue spreading ... View Profile
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Helene Bergman Violin Studio

Helene Bergman Violin Studio

5.0 1 Review
My aim is to teach the "whole person", to communicate clearly, to inspire and to key into each person's path to learning. My students should enjoy the learning process and reap the benefits of their hard work - and I believe they do!
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Natalia Steinbach Violin/Viola Lessons

Natalia Steinbach Violin/Viola Lessons

5.0 1 Review
Hi My name is Natalia and I love teaching violin and viola at all ages and levels. I am classically trained but enjoy playing and teaching a variety of styles and genres including but not limited to contemporary, improvisation, pop, rock, r&b, blues, jazz, gypsy jazz, indie, and more. The violin is a very versatile instrument and so I teach in a way that focuses on ear training and note reading so that the student is able to play any type of music and reach their goals. I cater my teaching to every individual student by using the Suzuki Method along with other various methods. Whether a student is on the conservatory track or wants to imp ... View Profile
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EfratMusic

EfratMusic

4.0 1 Review
I am a professional violinist, vocalist, violist, arranger, and composer with a Masters Degree in Performance.  My students have appeared in films and gone on to music school and have won competitions!  I professional myself on performing and teachibf in most styles and all ages.  I try to individualize all programs to suit the specific students needs. I look forward to helping you achieve your musical goals.
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Stellar Music Space

Stellar Music Space

5.0 1 Review
At Stellar Music Space (SMS), founder and principal teacher Samantha Bassler (and her assistants) provide(s) nurturing and creative music lessons that are geared to the students' individual goals and needs. SMS provides private and small group instruction in piano, voice, guitar, and violin, classes in general music theory, music history, and aural skills, as well as summer music camps. Students from the program have gone on to pursue further study in music as performers and scholars at LaGuardia School of the Performing Arts, Columbia University, the University of Oxford, Dartmouth College, Princeton University, New York University, Queens U ... View Profile
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Elliott Violin Lessons

Elliott Violin Lessons

5.0 1 Review
My name is Elliott Niebch. I'm a violinist in New York City living in Midtown west and am currently accepting students of any age ( 7-90 years old), beginner to intermediate. I can host lessons in my apartment, or travel to you! I am a Violin Performance graduate from FSU (2004), and have a few years of teaching experience. I play in musical organizations throughout New York having a passion to pass on my knowledge of music to others. My background in both education and performance gives me a unique understanding of the artistry of both playing and teaching music. My goal is to connect with each student and guide them though a life long musi ... View Profile
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Things 4 Strings LLC

Things 4 Strings LLC

5.0 1 Review
35+ years as professional performer and teacher of a full studio Recipient of "Kudos Award" from the American String Teachers Association Registered Suzuki Violin Teacher Registered O'Connor Method Teacher Suzuki Violin Program Coordinator of the Center for the Preparatory Arts of the Cali School of Music of Montclair State University Inventor & President of Things 4 Strings® patented bow accessories (www.Things4Strings.com) Studio Website: www.brons.us ... View Profile
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O. DiBella Music, Inc.

O. DiBella Music, Inc.

5.0 1 Review
O. DiBella Music is a 107 year old musical instrument retailer that is in its third generation as a family business. Our knowledgable sales team and superb teaching staff are ummatched. Our service stands out because we consistantly go above and beyond to satisfy our customers.
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Forever Music Lessons And Recording Studios

Forever Music Lessons And Recording Studios

5.0 1 Review
We provide our students with the opportunity to join one of the most effective and comprehensive music instruction and audio engineering programs available on Long Island. We also offer NYSSMA coaching, band coaching, studio time and more!
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Violin And Viola Lessons

Violin And Viola Lessons

5.0 1 Review
I offer Violin and Viola lessons for students all ages. I specialize in training for NYSSMA, festival and college auditions and have extensive training in preparing students for adjudication and concert performances. I am also a Middle School Orchestra Teacher. 
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Daniel Hyman Music Lessons

Daniel Hyman Music Lessons

5.0 1 Review
"Singing tone" is not a figure of speech to me - I am a concert baritone as well as a string player. I also love the teamwork and close interplay of chamber music, both performing and coaching. Lastly, even the simplest songs can have character, beautiful sound, and clear phrasing. All these qualities make music an art and a pleasure, not a chore.
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Violin, Guitar & Composition Classes In English And Hebrew!

Violin, Guitar & Composition Classes In English And Hebrew!

5.0 1 Review
My approach to teaching violin is non-conservative and non-conventional. It is informed by my knowledge and experience in Jazz, Classical music, Indian music, fiddling and Arabic music. My students of different ages has been showing proven results after practicing and using some of my methods which incorporate a lot of singing, light-motoric exercises and use of imagination.
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Yoon Jae Lee - Piano, Violin, Music Theory Instructor

Yoon Jae Lee - Piano, Violin, Music Theory Instructor

5.0 1 Review
I am a highly-skilled professional musician certified as a certified Steinway education partner with over 14 years of teaching experience. I offer lessons in classical piano, violin, viola, conducting, arranging/orchestration as well as private tutoring in ear training and theory. My main instrument is piano and I specialize in teaching students who already play the instrument and wish to get a more in-depth experience with piano literature by learning new repertoire and developing their technique. I also teach adult beginners and young beginners whose parents have a dedicated commitment to having their children make music an integral part of ... View Profile
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Rozanna Weinberger Violin Lessons

Rozanna Weinberger · New York, NY


WHO OR WHAT INSPIRED YOU TO START TEACHING?

I come from a musical family and it wasn’t unusual for us to put on family concerts, whether for our neighbors in our garage or formal stage. From early on as a child I passionately loved music but was also inspired by young students my age, who were devoting much of their young lives to playing and mastering an instrument. While this meant working hard, I was always motivated by hearing incredible concerts of music I had a passion to play.

I was inspired to start teaching because I had great teachers. Many of these teachers were inspiring because of how great they played, some because of their inspiration, passion and incite about the music and others because they had a refined understanding of technique and how to play with ease, comfort and confidence.

In addition I developed a great passion for how to play with naturalness and ease because when I was 15 I broke my neck! While I was fortunate to have recovered from this incident without any residual effect on my movements, but continued to have technical challenges due to the fusion in my neck as well as muscle trauma around the effected area. This challenge would also prove

My mother. From my youngest age, I recall listening to my mom sing songs as she did housework throughout the day. She would make up melodies effortlessly and from this I learned there was a naturalness to music that makes it universally appealing for everyone.

I was also super inspired to take lessons and be surrounded by young colleagues at music camps that practiced hard and loved music.

WHAT DO YOU LOVE MOST ABOUT YOU JOB?

I love that my work is diversified because I try to lead a creative life. I love teaching and helping students discover easier ways to play and more confidence in their abilities. Its especially fun when students discover areas that are too tense, particularly in shoulders and upper arms. When players realize bowing doesn’t have to feel so hard or strenuous, that too is a great thing. I also love creating violins that are part of my educational philosophy to encourage creativity in children on multiple levels. I love helping students discover new possibilities by cultivating their creativity.

WHAT TYPES OF STUDENTS HAVE YOU WORKED WITH?

I’ve worked with students young & old, professional and amateur. I believe music and the pursuit of refining a skill and artistic nature are good for the soul, whether one pursues a career or not. Often non professional students want to enjoy an outlet and also don’t want to be judged for their playing level. As such I try to create an atmosphere of mutual respect where player can focus on their love of learning.

With younger students, or those aspiring for a career in music I think a couple areas of focus are important. The 1st is to help student organize their technical movements so they feel free yet effective in playing technique and expressing themselves musically. The 2nd thing I consider important is helping students have a creative approach to their learning process.

TELL US ABOUT YOUR PASSION FOR TEACHING

As touched upon in previous question, helping students play with technical ease, using their body to play with ease and joy, is rewarding as a teacher. And its something I love to work on because I worked through these issues ‘the hard way’, having broken my neck at 15 and having to unravel the difficulties that no professional viola teacher could fully grasp. While this was a challenging road, I learned from studying the most fundamental components of technique, how to learn from the kinesthetic signals of the muscles to hone and refine my technical approach. What I’ve learned is something I’m passionate about sharing, in part because when students develop kinesthetic awareness in their approach they can ultimately become their own best teacher.

There is something phenomenally empowering about discovering theres no technical problem one can ultimately unravel for oneself. In this regard my teaching is unique compared to most other approaches. I’ve also written significantly on this topic as I believe many players and teachers need a better understanding of the mechanics of technique, starting with the skeleton and how that impacts efficient use of muscles.

The 2nd part of my passion for teaching comes from a desire to cultivate entrepreneurial abilities for students. If students can learn to rely on their creativity there is a better chance they can navigate changing professional waters in this day and age. That means using ones creative skills to discover new musical possibilities for oneself and the world.

WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE ASPIRING STUDENTS?

Follow your heart. As Marc Anthony once said, ‘If you love what you do and cultivate your genuine desire and love of music, the discipline to work hard will generally follow. As Marc Anthony once said, ‘If you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life!’

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