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Quick and easy to coordinate piano lessons for my six year old.
I take piano lessons with Lali, she is a great teacher. My piano skills have dramatically progressed for the better. She is the real deal!
Violin lessons. She is very patient and encouraging. I learn a lot in our short sessions. Highly recommended!
Rebecca is fun and excited about teaching the violin. Though I'm a complete beginner of the instrument, she instructs me with proper technique and is especially careful that I don't develop bad habits. She also makes the entire experience really fun.
Dana is an effective and considerate teacher. She is teaching my 9 y/o daughter violin, and my daughter has absolutely loved it so far. She leaves class enthusiastic to practice and learn more, excited for the next week's class. Dana has incorporated teaching methods that work very well for someone my daughter's age: stickers, hide and seek, song at the tune of nursery rhymes to learn violin parts. Dana is clearly very passionate about music and has expressed her own excitement about my daughter's learning process and natural musical talents. Tip: She teaches out of ASU campus, which may seem intimidating for someone that knows how much of a nightmare driving and parking in that area can be; but the music building is on the outskirts of campus, and plenty of nearby loading zones make pickup and drop-off a cinch.
My son started his lesson when he's a little over 4 and during the first 30 minutes lesson he was constantly getting off from the piano bench. Kan re-focused his attention using interesting teaching technique. Slowly but surely, my son started from doesn't know anything about music at all to a kid can play various little songs using both hands. Kan is a very skilled pianist with great patience in teaching kids. I highly recommend her to anyone who's interested in learning piano or violin.
I am an adult student of Moshe's. With a resume as impressive as Moshe's, he could certainly afford to cherry pick only the most talented of student...But he doesn't! He is excited to share his love of music with all his students; regardless of age and experience level! What a great opportunity to learn from a master violinist!
Nicole is simply phenomenal both as a violin teacher and as a person. She has been giving my 12 year old daughter violin lessons for a little over a year now, and I am very pleased with my daughters progress. What is heartening to see is that my daughter has progressed not only in her musical skills, but Nicole's approach to teaching seems to have helped my daughter evolve around her music as a person too! I am impressed as to how patient Nicole is with children, and how much more the extra mile she is ready to go for her students. She is a great role model for children. I highly recommend Nicole as a violin teacher. She is quite amazing!
Morgan was phenomenal as our daughters violin instructor. She was so patient and made sure she went at the perfect pace for our daughter. She was always pleasant to work with as we scheduled appointments. Thank you Morgan!
Brittany is training my two daughters (9 and 10) on the beginning stages of Violin, and she is doing a phenomenal job. She creates fun exercises that enhance their ability to recall correct procedures and practice between sessions. Me and my wife are so surprised to hear our kids playing simple songs at such an early point in training. We would highly recommend Brittany to anyone with no experience that is looking to learn this instrument.
Emmanuelle Scully is a very talented musician who is truly gifted in bringing the complexities of the violin into line with the developmental maturity of children. I have an eight-year-old and a five-year-old. Both have been taking violin with Mrs. Scully for one year. They started at ages four and seven. When we began our lessons, I assumed that she would give the exact same beginner lesson to each child. Though they were each starting at the same beginning point, she tailor fit the lesson to the developmental age of my four-year-old and gave a second lesson to my seven-year-old that was uniquely designed for his developmental age. As a professional in child development, I am Odd at her ability to instinctively know and target each child’s unique ability and stage of development. Mrs. Scully is definitely serious about the violin and teaching proper technique right away. However, she does this in a way that is fun and engaging to children. My children look forward to seeing Mrs. Scully. Mrs. Scully is passionate about teaching, even the youngest children, to read music. She does this in a very calculated and Step-by-step format. The forward momentum is so gradual that the children hardly realize they are incorporating the next step. Mrs. Scully has authored and illustrated her own violin book, targeted for young beginners. Her book is beautifully Illustrated, creative, unique, engaging, and very well thought out. My children love her book because it is beautiful and fun. I love her book because it takes the complex and pulls it back to the simple, then moves learners forward with gradual momentum. Mrs. Scully is a gifted teacher. She weaves her passion for music and proper technique with gentleness, kindness, enthusiasm, and creativity. We are 100% confident that you will adore Emmanuelle Scully, love the way she interacts with and respects your children, and appreciate her approach to teaching violin. She is the kind of teacher that makes you look forward to lessons. Not only will your children develop musical talent under her influence, but they will thrive and flourish in who they are growing into. I love her influence over my children and wish that more children could experience her.
My son has been studying with Miss Helen (as we call her) since he was 4 years old. Now, at age 10, he is amazing. Miss Helen is very patient, but demands a lot out of my son. She makes him work hard, but is always very kind. He looks forward to going to his lessons every week! I would strongly recommend Helen Brush as a violin teacher.
We met Clint at the first fiddle camp he put on in Hurricane. We were very impressed with his teaching and knowledge and way with the kids. Our daughter was just about to give up on the Violin and he taught her a whole new thing..."fiddling"! She loved it and it gave her an new love for the instrument. She still plays after two more school years. She likes the things she plays in school but loves to fiddle! I have had children in various music lessons for many years. He is the most positive teacher that we have had. He teaches and reinforces in a way that helps build confidence and a desire to do better. He has never been critical nor scolded her even if she had it coming. After each lesson my daughter is more enthused to practice and put to use the things she has learned. She desires to do better each week because he helps her feel such great accomplishment each lesson.
I am a youth instructor for youth lessons. I have been playing violin since age three and can teach to youth and teens. It is a comfortable setting working with a younger teacher, which allows for a great learning experience. Afternoon and evening sessions are available. I can meet at a public outdoor setting or give lessons in my home.
Alexandra Young's studio, located in Mesa, AZ, offers Suzuki violin lessons to students throughout the East Valley.
Quality instruction delivered to my students with care and attention to their specific needs and abilities. The ability to give personalized, individual attention to young music students. It is great to see them grow and develop as they work hard.
Music has been a big part of who I am for most of my life. I started playing violin at the age of 5, and since then have been involved in orchestras, ensembles, and have played professionally for weddings and events. Teaching violin is so satisfying because I am able to take something that I love and share it with others. There is nothing better than to see my students grow from week to week. Teaching music is not only a learning experience for my students, but it is also a learning experience for me which is something I truly cherish.
Music is very important and I like to see people benefit I like to teach violin to people and watch them improve.
Some of my students in China were selected as the best players in China and were invited to be part of a national tour. Helping students learn to play to the best of their ability.
I teach private piano and violin lessons from beginning to intermediate. I have played both instruments for 14 years and have been teaching them for 5 years. I am aiming to get my music education degree from MCC, then ASU. I encourage creativity and composing (writing songs) and can help with such. If you choose to bring more than one child at a time to lessons, I have an iPad where they can practice honing their music skills through music games as their sibling has their lesson. If need be, I can travel to you. I charge a $10 trip charge each time I drive out to you, not including the regular price at $50 a month. Altogether, it would be $90 a month for the travel option. I hold three recitals a year (March, October, and December), where students play violin and piano solos and duets.
The majority of my students are under the age of 8 and come to me as complete beginners. Also, I teach the parent all of the basics on the instrument alongside the child (under the age of 12). Working with both the student and the parent creates a dynamic in the lesson that is unique to Suzuki lessons. The parent takes a greater responsibility for the education of their child, and the child in turn takes a greater interest in the lesson because the parent is actively invested. The parent is also able to encourage practice more at home, because they have a greater understanding of what a good practice looks like from sitting in at the lessons.