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Taking violin lessons (and now viola) with Paige. It's been a much better experience for me than my first time trying to learn violin. I appreciate that she's willing to adapt her lessons to my own goals and also select music that is actually pleasing to listen to even for an absolute beginner. As some other reviews mentioned, she's also very quick to reply to any messages.
Nancy is giving violin lessons to my 7th grader son. She is an excellent teacher with great teaching style. Her friendly nature makes my son feel very comfortable to learn.
Very friendly, she will most definitely teach your kids how to play an instrument, and how to do it well. She makes the lessons really fun, and overall I would most definitely recommend this business for string instrument music lessons.
What can I say about V.C. Giles music studio? Simply that it is not just a music studio it is home and family. My daughter has been attending V.C. Giles music studio for piano lessons for 4 years and it never seems like you are just coming in to just learn music. It is so much more.Mrs. Giles and the rest of the staff are so loving and caring. They care that you learn the basics of the art and so much more. If they see that you have talent in other areas of the arts they will work with you to achieve that goal. V.C. Giles is a place that you feel like you are at home. I highly recommend that you come and see for yourself. This is a Wonderful, Beautiful environment filled with Love and Care. Warm wishes, Lessia Fryer
Sherry was giving violin lessons to my two daughters for several years. Her love and enthusiasm for teaching music showed highly in each and every lesson. It helped my daughters feel inspired in learning playing intricate instrument. Sherry is not only a great teacher, but a very talented musician herself.
Hannah, does a great job teaching students of all ages. I am an adult student and have been taking violin lessons for 3 years. She challenges me and pushes for improvement. Hannah focuses on intonation and proper technique. The Suzuki method is taught along with a variety of other music genres - bluegrass, Christmas & popular. Have enjoyed taking lessons each week.
My 8 year old daughter, Olivia, has been taking lessons with Cale for two years now and we could not be happier. He travels to us and is always on time. Cale is not only a fantastic violinist (I've seen him perform live twice) but it's amazing how much he knows about playing the violin. He is very good at communicating it to both Olivia and myself in a way that is easy to understand. Not only has Olivia grown as a violinist in these two years but Mr. Brandon has taught her to enjoy practicing and studying by letting her play music that she wants to learn, usually arranging it from scratch for her. We always look forward to the next lesson!
My 14 year old has been taking private violin lessons from Michele for a couple of years. Michele is an amazing, talented, and responsible teacher and my daughter has learned so much from her. We could not be happier with our experience!
I am a multi-instrumentist. I can teach children all the way to seniors. I can teach: * Piano * Clarinet * Sax * Violin * Trumpet * Baritone * French horn and much more I also can perform in events such as weddings or parties.
The store offers quality private music lessons in piano, guitar, violin or viola, voice, drums or percussion, and woodwinds. It also offers piano classes, for young beginning students from ages 4 to 11, which are taught by the store owner and accomplished pianist and teacher Linda White. The teachers all have a combination of college music degrees and years of teaching and music performance experience. The store also offers band and orchestra instrumental rentals as well as sheet music sales. Located between The Karl Drake Irish Dance Studio and the Priceless Performers Dance and Theater Studio, in a secure and private location, it provides a personalized yet high-standard music education experience for students and their families.
I am currently a college student looking to tutor students with violin lessons. I have been playing violin for nine years and have a great deal of experience with an even greater professional experience in concert settings and shows. I can promise that my service will be relaxed and fun for your student. I have the best prices against any competitor.
I conduct piano, voice, and violin lessons. My services are very affordable. The key is to love music and do your very best; you will succeed!
Students of all ages are guided to achieve their goals. Audition Coaching for college auditions, orchestra positions and competitions.
With more than 100,000 lessons taught the award winning Key Music Center offers experience, fun, and results. We are the only teaching studio in Atlanta to offer a free music assessment for children under 15 years old. This allows us to put the student on the best path based on their test results and saves parents money and increases the the students chances of success. "There is a difference between a great musician and a great teacher," explains the studio's music director Bill Realbuto, "and we only hire instructors that are both."
Wilson Tong graduated with Master of music degree in Georgia State University in 2013. He played violin in Georgia State University Orchestra under maestro Michael Palmer. He began his music journey with violin and piano at nine. He learned electrone piano in Yamaha program for four years and continued piano training with numerous teachers. He have been playing in Cobb Symphony for six years and graduated in Kennesaw State University with both music education degree and music performance degree. Every year, Tong participated in KSU concerto competition and actively performed in chamber groups, band, and worship team in different events. His current violin teacher is Dr. Christos Galileas, a Greece violinist. His other teacher, Helen Kim, is an active soloist and chamber player in Atlanta. And Dr. Edward Eanes, concertmaster of Cobb Symphony is his previous teacher. Tong also took master classes with Joseph Lin, David Perry, Peter Zazofsky and Maimi strings quartet. He performed violin with Jeffrey Butzer's band MidWives in Atlanta area in 2007. Tong gives back his musical talent to the next generation through serves as a public school music teacher and a private lessons teacher. He teaches orchestra in Fulton county elementary schools through Music Matters After School. He learned conducting in Quartz Mountain Festival 2011, Conductor Institute of South Carolina 2010 and International Academy of Advanced Conducting after Ilia Musin with Leonid Korchmar and Dr. Oleg Proskurnya 2011. He sang in middle school, high school chorus, baptist church chorus and joined in Atlanta Variasian acapella since 2009 with CDs recording and performing for Chinese New Year and Christmas. He appeared Atlanta are karaoke competitions and will be a judge for GA Tech Chinese singing competition.
I am a violinist and a viola player in Atlanta. I studied viola performance and philosophy at Georgia State University. Currently, I have a large private studio that consists of people of all ages who are interested in learning to play classical music or fiddle. Let's learn together! Please contact me if you have any questions, would like more details on my experience, or would like to get started!
I've been playing the violin since the 4th grade. I've played in multiple orchestras and taken private lessons throughout growing up.
I have been playing the violin for 12 years now, with five years of lessons, and currently play in Athens Symphony Orchestra. I play four other instruments but have a deep passion for the violin.
I am an orchestra music educator in the Atlanta Public School System. I have taught lessons for many years on violin and cello. I look forward to providing children and adults the ability to learn and perfect their ability in playing an instrument. I work with individuals from beginning levels to advanced levels. Students will be able to read music as well as apply techniques to instrumental playing. Students will learn and enjoy different genres of music (i.e. classical, folk, blues, jazz, Christian, etc.)