Richard Conviser, Fallbrook Violin & Viola Studio
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As a 22 year old violin bigginer I have found his teaching methods successful and superior to others. Am happy with results and hope to stay in contact with them. I visit him weekly to learn something new. If you wish to better yourself at the violin then this is the teacher for you.Oct 14, 2019VerifiedRichard Conviser, Fallbrook Violin & Viola Studio's reply
Many thanks for the glowing review, Rudy. It goes both ways--you are the kind of student that virtually any teacher would like to have. You are serious about learning and willing to put in the time between lessons practicing so that things stick. I look forward to helping you become a truly accomplished violinist.
Richard teaches violin to my 16 y/o son. Richard's easy-yet-scholarly manner is a total win with a student this age. My son's progress has been remarkable. Richard is astute at facilitating the next step at each point of development. He is skilled, encouraging, and engaging and my son is very happy with the lessons, as am I!Oct 17, 2013Verified
Richard has been awesome in teaching my daughter to play the violin. He's patient and explains everything as he goes. He's made learning a fun experience which has kept her very interested. His knowledge of music is incredible!!Feb 6, 2014Verified
Excellent teacher, instructor, and violinist. Amazing work and really knows how to dig in your roots. Never have I had a better teacher out of the 6 that I have had. Highly recommended for first timers or for someone picking up the violin again.Jul 21, 2014Verified
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Mr. Conviser is an amazing violin teacher. He is extremely patient with my daughter and she looks forward to seeing him each lesson. I would highly recommend Mr. Conviser to anyone!Feb 14, 2017Verified
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Every student differs from others in aptitude, learning style, and learning speed. I try to be sensitive to the student's abilities and learning style, and every student moves at his or her own pace.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?After studying and performing for 25 years, I got started in teaching when someone who heard me play insisted that I teach her to do so. Not only did she help start me on my career--I also helped her start hers. She gives credit to the violin lessons she had from me for developing her ear to the point at which she can now earn her living as a piano tuner.
- Describe a recent project you are fond of. How long did it take?At a student recital (Nov. 16, 2014), a dozen students performed for family and friends, and I had the opportunity to perform as part of two chamber groups. With a guitarist, I performed three Piazzolla tangos and Villa-Lobos' Aria from Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5. With a cellist and pianist, I performed the first Brahms Piano Trio.