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Professional Music Teacher - Benny R
Professional Music TeacherFountain Valley, CA

I have been a professional music teacher since 1989, teaching all of the traditional band & orchestra instruments (winds & strings). I thoroughly enjoy teaching my students and I try to make our lessons as fun as possible. I specialize in elementary, middle, & high school students, along with adults. My education includes a Bachelor of Music degree from Cal-State Long Beach which has led me to become very knowledgeable of all the wind & string instruments listed in order to gain a full understanding of how to teach them to my students. I specialize in structuring my lessons to meet how the student desires to be taught. I want the student to be happy and have fun while learning to play their instrument.

Fun Violin Lessons - Dom D
Fun Violin LessonsBuena Park, CA

Get ready to study and have a lot of fun. Dom teaches and classical styles. Apart from professional violin classes he also gives violin and music theory classes.

Pop Violin Lessons - Nina K
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Pop Violin LessonsCypress, CA

You'll be thrilled to continue with violin for a long time, if you start lessons with Nina. Take a violin lesson from Nina and learn a lifelong skill.

Ear Training Lessons - Rachel K

Rachel Kim is a violin graduate from the Cleveland Institute of Music and has studied with international concert soloist, Joan Kwuon as well as various professors. Rachel has had the privilege to study music with prestigious teachers from the top music conservatories all over the world and has been accepted to Juilliard, Cleveland Institute of Music, New England Conservatory, Rice University, San Francisco Conservatory, etc. Rachel currently performs with professional groups and is hired by various orchestras: Young Musicians Foundation Debut Orchestra, Los Angeles Dream Orchestra, Downey Symphony, UCLA Symphony, and the American Youth Symphony. She has performed concerts in venues such as Disney Hall, Renee & Segerstrom Hall, Severance Hall, Carnegie Hall, Broad Stage, etc. Rachel has given solo recitals throughout her years of playing violin and continues to be an active orchestral and chamber musician. Rachel records film music in studios and works/performs with a wide range of professional musicians. Apart from being involved with performing and recording, Rachel offers private lessons, teaches at various music schools, coaches chamber music/orchestra at middle schools and high schools around the Southern California area.Rachel has been playing the violin for over twenty years and began since the age of five. Rachel began Suzuki training with Mrs. Sunny Lim (Suzuki teacher) and was quickly noted for her quick ability to learn and perform music at an early age. She advanced within a few years and was sent to study under Professor Elizabeth Holburn (Michigan University) at age nine and later was accepted into the Musishare program with Professor William FitzPatrick (Juilliard) at age thirteen. From that point, Rachel had applied to and been accepted to various competitive and exclusive music festivals and programs where she studied and played masterclasses for various professors such as Paul Kantor (CIM/Rice), Stephen Clapp (Juilliard), Cho Liang Lin (Rice), Cornelia Heard (Vanderbilt), Ian Swansen (San Francisco Conservatory), etc.As Rachel began to develop her violin skills, she became more involved with the music opportunities around her. Rachel has collaborated with local orchestras around her community and made appearances in public schools, hospitals, churches, and retirement centers. Rachel strived to bring music to her community and joined as many music programs and orchestras that were available to her. She was the youngest member of the South Orange County Chamber Orchestra and a member of the Pacific Symphony Youth Orchestra. She has played chamber music in the program Junior Chamber Music. Rachel has been awarded first prize winner of the Voce Competition in South Orange County and the Korean American Competition.Rachel wishes to be able to share her love and knowledge of music to any child or adult who wishes to learn. She hopes to continue performing as long as she can and be able to help the music community as much as she can.

Children Violin Lessons - Taylor C
Children Violin LessonsRancho Santa Margarita, CA

If you want to study your favorite pieces, Taylor can get you started. Take a violin lesson from Taylor and learn a lifelong skill.

Violin Teacher - Kristapor N
Violin TeacherAnaheim, CA

Prepare to study and learn a ton. Kristapor N. is a musician with over 8 of teaching experience. Kristapor N.'S students explore technique and expressive performance in a entertaining and creative environment.

Piano and Violin Lessons - Jacqueline K

Jacqueline gets along with her violin clients in a entertaining but professional manner. She offers lessons tailored to meet each student's learning style.

Jazz Piano Teacher - Blenda L
Jazz Piano TeacherMonterey Park, CA

I graduated from Berklee College of Music with dual degrees of Film Scoring and Contemporary Writing & Production. Throughout the years at Berklee, I received scholarship in every semester. I have been teaching for three years and enjoy working with my students a lot.

Jazz Violin & Cello Teacher - Maximino T

Searching for classes in Garden Grove? Maximino has you covered. Maximino T. can teach violin, viola, cello, and clarinet in a lot of different styles.

Studio Violinist and Teacher - Carrie M

Are you serious about violin lessons? Carrie takes classes seriously too. Carrie M. will offer you violin lessons in studio.

Voice, Piano, and Violin Lessons - Olivia T

Musique is the happiest music academy in the San Gabriel Valley. We believe in empowering students in a positive environment. This way, they can hone their skills as musicians and be able to express themselves with confidence!

Suzuki Violin Teacher - Emily L
Suzuki Violin Teacherlong beach, CA

Emily L. has over 10 years experience mentoring violin privately. Are you serious about violin lessons? Emily takes classes seriously too.