Viola Lessons

Viola Lessons

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I am so excited to have the chance to work with young violists and share our love of music together! I hope to help students achieve their goals by pushing them to practice all while finding a passion for music.

I believe that music is one of the essential aspects of life that is able to help us grow in many ways. I love working with violists and exploring and improving their musical abilities together.


Serves Arlington , TX
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    I will have the student share past information about their viola studies with me (e.g. years playing the viola, solos performed, etc.). I will spend the first lesson with a little more talking, explaining, and getting to know each other before really getting down to work. 

    I have performed professional repertoire in my high school orchestra. I also have also taught and conducted a piece at a junior high orchestra and taught sectionals for several orchestras in my high school and junior high. 

    I charge $20 an hour if the student is meeting me at my house and $25 if the student chooses to have our lessons at their house. I can provide my students with any paper copies of music or warm-ups I assign them and will share be available through text or call if there are any questions before the next lesson. 

    I started teaching through a program at my high school where I was able to student teach at my junior high and high school during class. Through this program, I found my love for music education and plan to major in this.

    I have worked with seventh, eighth, and ninth-grade students, but I would love to work with beginners as well.

    One of my favorite memories is traveling to London, England with my high school orchestra, but the simple memory of conducting my first piece puts up a good fight for a favorite. 

    I would advise any student to look into their teacher's personality. Students and teachers will work together closely, so you want to make sure y'all are a good fit. Also, it's nice to find a flexible teacher that remembers you have a life, as well.

    What do I want to accomplish in the long run?

    What short-term goals do I have? 

    Do I want to learn about music history, just how to play better, or both?

    Am I interested in seriously improving my ability, just wanting to have fun, or both?

    What do I struggle with most? Intonation? Bowing? Rythem?

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