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Kai Z. Chicago IL.
Violin Tutor for Elementary, Middle, and High-School Students
I am currently a Violin Performance major under the tutelage of Ann Setzer at DePaul University. I have been playing violin for fourteen years and have been teaching and tutoring for the last five years. Violin is one of the toughest instruments to play that takes a lot of passion, discipline, and effort but in the end, is worth all the hard work. As violinist, we learn creative expression, memory training, and physical and mental flexibility that we work on everyday to better our techniq... Read more
Lisa Kaye J. Gunnison UT.
Experienced Violin & Viola Teacher
For 30 years, I've truly enjoyed helping students learn to play violin and viola. Starting beginners is fun, and helping experienced players progress is rewarding. In addition to classical training, I have learned non-traditional methods. I create an individual approach for each student, using a variety of tools. My students learn how to get a nice tone from the first lesson. (No obnoxious screeching allowed!) I would love to share my knowledge and help you play beautifully! My whole life ... Read more
Phoebe C. Irvine CA.
UNMATCHED Professional English Services!
My name is Phoebe, and my work is my lifeblood. I have been a full-time, self-employed English tutor, writing coach, editor, and college application essay expert for the past 10 years. I am in the uppermost reaches of the top 1% of Wyzant professionals nationwide and the only Wyzant English-specializing professional with 10,000+ field-specific hours, 3,000+ 5-star ratings, and 76 compelling testimonials. I am a scintillatingly vivacious, shrewd, forthright, decisive, kind, diligent, efficient... Read more
Grammar, Reading, Writing, English, Literature, Proofreading, SAT Reading, SAT Writing
Kyla G. Chicago IL.
Label Signed Artist Who Teaches Private Music Lessons
Hi! I?m Kyla Gabka and I have been studying the performing arts since I was four years old. I am a singer, pianist, violinist, and actress, and I currently offer private virtual violin, viola, piano, and voice lessons. I have a BA in Music and BA in Musical Theatre from Columbia College Chicago. I have had so many wonderful opportunities to share the knowledge that I have gained throughout all my time of being a performing artist. I am a signed artist with Boosted Entertainment, and I am a Pr... Read more
Music Theory, Ear Training, Piano, Voice (Music), Violin
Benjamin Y. Brooklyn NY.
Berklee College Of Music Grad for Music Lessons
Benjamin is a bassist originally from Boston, MA. He began studying music at age 3 starting with violin and eventually graduated to double bass at age 16. Benjamin attended Berklee College of Music where he had many opportunities to perform with world renowned artists including John Oates, Kevin Mahogany, New York Voices, Kurt Elling, Becca Stevens, Mario Jose, and many others. Benjamin is very diverse in his music. He plays in outfits ranging from straight ahead jazz to top 40 pop music. He ... Read more
Music Theory, General Music, Guitar, Piano
Tamsen B. Moorpark CA.
Tamsen - Violin / Viola / Mandolin Instructor
The Los Angeles Times has praised Tamsen?s playing as ?both intuitive and lyrical?. They described her ensemble playing as ?having a unique synergy?. She has taught violin and viola for over 40 years. She is the first violinist for the Avanti String Quartet who were Artists in Residence at Clemson University and were selected to perform student concerts for the Coleman Chamber Music series. She has served on the faculties of Cal State Fullerton, Cal State Los Angeles, and Westmont Colle... Read more
Aslynn H. Columbia SC.
College Professor with a Diverse Skill Set
Hello and welcome to my page! My name is Aslynn H. and I am an assistant professor of Exercise Science and Human Performance and current doctoral candidate in Kinesiology. I have 8 years of teaching experience including one year as a long term sub, 2 years with my own high school classroom and 5 years in higher education. I additionally have 4 years of tutoring experience and 13 years of coaching experience with track and field, strength training, personal training and basketball. My spec... Read more
Algebra 1, Biology, Chemistry, Vocabulary, Geometry, Prealgebra, Study Skills, Writing
Krystyna A. Beverly Hills CA.
Tutor with experience
I discovered in middle school that I have a knack for explaining things in a manner that is easy to follow, checking for comprehension along the way. I remember many a night sitting at my kitchen table helping my 5 siblings with their coursework. Now, teaching is my passion and my profession. I graduated summa cum laude from the University of Miami with a 3.9 GPA, completing the pre-med track, majoring in Biology and Theatre Arts, and minoring in Chemistry and Psychology. I love learn... Read more
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Calculus, Chemistry, Vocabulary, Prealgebra, ASVAB, ACT Math
Sidney D. Houghton MI.
Pro Educator, Masters - Calculus, Mathematics, Violin, and Harp
Mathematics and Music go together! I have 20 years of mathematics tutoring experience; and in addition, I have been a harp and violin teacher for 15 years. Simply put, being an educator is my specialty. Working with individuals to reach their potential is what I do best. I hope to work with you so you can experience the satisfaction of the "ah ha!" moment. My teaching philosophy is that quality teaching is founded upon knowing and understanding the student. I have a Masters in Mathem... Read more
Calculus, Precalculus, Violin, Harp
Candice B. Wyoming PA.
Classical and Rock n Roll violinist with Bluegrass roots
I have been playing violin and viola for over 40 years. I am a member of the Northern Tier Symphony Orchestra and also play often in Church. My experience extends to Rock Bands and folk groups and the blues with local music artist. Bluegrass is a favorite way to spend a Sunday afternoon playing with the Airport Pickers. I often get asked to play weddings, parties, and sometimes funerals. My instruments include a 5-string YEV electric viola/violin, an acoustic viola and violin. I have exte... Read more
Music Theory, Voice (Music), Violin
How a Violin Tutor Can Help:
Learning to play the violin, like learning to play the piano, offers many benefits, far beyond the fact that is simply a beautiful instrument. You will improve your thinking and cognitive skills, reduce stress, improve your memory, enhance your posture and give you that extra edge when it comes to college applications. Whether you intend on taking exams when playing the violin or simply learning for your own personal benefit, there are few things you will need to know.
- The correct finger and bow position for beautiful, flowing sound
- How to read sheet music
- The correct posture and position of your feet
Learning where to place the fingers of your left hand is probably the most difficult task when playing the violin. Beginners may mark positions with tape, but greater success will come from knowing how to do this without prompts. The only way to perform finger positions correctly is with practice. Having professional help can offer you immediate feedback on your finger positioning and ensure you progress correctly.
How to Find a Violin Tutor Near You:
Take your first step to find a great Violin tutor to help you in improve now! It’s a fast, easy process – you simply type in the subject that you need help with and your zip code and you’ll find several available violin tutors online or for in home tutoring as well. We have tutors with a variety of experience, top notch skills and affordable rates to meet your requirements. All you do is review their experience and background to find a few that fit. Once you do, send them a message with any questions you have or a question on the topic. That will help you get an understanding if there’s a fit.Don’t forget to check out their reviews as well, you’ll get a better understanding of the person as well from reviews. And remember, the first hour is covered by a “Good Fit” guarantee – you don’t pay if there’s not a fit. So what do you have to lose? Find the right tutor to help you now!