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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 professional English tutor, editor, writing coach, and college application essay expert for the past 9 years. I am in the uppermost reaches of the top 1% of Wyzant tutors nationwide and the only English professional with 10,000+ field-specific hours, 3,000+ 5-star ratings, and 74 compelling testimonials. I am a scintillatingly vivacious, shrewd, forthright, decisive, kind, diligent, efficient individual who... Read more
Grammar, Reading, Writing, English, Literature, Proofreading, SAT Reading, SAT Writing
Leah F. San Francisco CA.
Conservatory trained violinist and well rounded academic tutor
Violinist Leah F. hails from Denver, Colorado where she has earned recognition as a soloist, chamber musician and arts humanitarian. Ms. F. recently graduated from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music under the tutelage of renowned violinist, Ian Swensen. Trading coasts, in the Fall of 2020, Leah will be entering a Master of Music Degree program at the Longy School of Music of Bard College where she will be a teaching assistant to Paula Majerfeld. Ms. F. has trained and volunteered in t... Read more
Music Theory, Violin
Kyla G. Chicago IL.
Patient & Experienced Violin/Piano/Voice Teacher
Hi! I?m Kyla Gabka and I 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, 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 of my time of being a performing artist. I am a Producer for the group Musicality, semi-finalists on AGT season 1... Read more
Music Theory, Piano, Voice (Music), Violin
Faye S. Mesa AZ.
Violinist 22 Years Experience
I have been playing violin since 2000 and tutoring since 2008 in a beginning instrumental atmosphere. Throughout my educational career, I remained within the first 2 stands of my respected instrumental section. I have a keen ear for intonation, allowing for optimal instruction. Beginner to intermediate level students of all ages fit best with my educational technique. I primarily tutor virtually, but I am willing to offer in-person instruction as well. I am a certified ESL teacher with 2 year... Read more
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 every week in Church. I also have played with Rock Bands and folk groups and learned to play the blues with local music artist. Bluegrass is a favorite way to spend a Sunday afternoon playing with the Airport Pickers. I also play 5 string electric viola/violin. I have extensive teaching experience (almost 30 years). I love teaching because I love to see my students succ... Read more
Music Theory, Voice (Music), Violin
Patrick B. Smithfield RI.
Math, Science, and SAT Tutor - 20 years teaching!
I have a degree in Applied Mathematics from Southern New Hampshire University and have been a tutor for 20 years, specializing in standardized tests, high school and college math, high school science, college physics, and tutoring many other subjects including Excel, Word, computer programming, and literary analysis/essay writing. My favorite subjects to tutor are Pre-calc, Calc 1 and 2, programming (various languages), and statistics. These subjects tend to have the most "fun" and creative ... Read more
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, American History, Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Microsoft Excel, European History
Kyrie A. Asheville NC.
Experienced Music Teacher/Tutor
Hello! My name is Kyrie (bet it's not pronounced the way you think!), and I've been teaching music to students of all ages for almost fifteen years. Currently, I spend much of my time helping students adjust to virtual learning during these crazy COVID times, but I'm also here to help you with anything you need as well! It's so vital that students realize their capacity and ability to achieve something they thought they wouldn't be able to do. Every time a student accomplishes something, th... Read more
Algebra 1, American History, Grammar, European History, Geometry, Microsoft PowerPoint, Spanish, Music Theory
Kyle M. Austin TX.
Certified Educator with Masters, Tutoring 3rd Grade Through College
My experience teaching and tutoring students of all ages in a wide variety of subjects can be your advantage! An experienced classroom teacher, I have Texas teaching credentials for all-levels English-as-a-Second-Language, general subjects in 4th through 8th grades, and all-levels Music, and I've taught in all of those classrooms. In addition, my experience collaborating with special education colleagues to assist students with learning disabilities, working in both Special Ed classrooms and ... Read more
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, American History, Vocabulary, Grammar, Microsoft Excel, European History, General Computer
Janetta T. Allen TX.
Provide High Quality of Violin and Viola Lessons
Based in Allen, Texas, Janetta T. has held positions as an orchestra assistant in Frisco ISD, violin and viola instructor in Allen, Mckinney, and Plano ISD. Raised in Guangzhou, China, Janetta holds a bachelors degree in Solfeggio and Ear Training from South China Normal University in Guangzhou and a master?s degree in Violin Performance from the Ohio State University under Kia-Hui Tan. As an active violinist, Janetta frequently performs with Plano Symphony, Allen Philharmonic and local churc... Read more
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!