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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 10 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, they believe i... Read more
Algebra 1, American History, Grammar, European History, Geometry, Microsoft PowerPoint, Spanish, Music Theory
Maya S. New York NY.
I began studying violin when I was two years old, at Third Street Music School in New York City. I then went on to attend Special Music School for my middle school years, and graduated from LaGuardia High School for Music and Art in 2020. I've studied at the Eastman School of Music under Professor Mikhail Kopelman for three semesters, but I am currently taking a gap year for the purpose of gaining teaching experience, in addition to exploring other passions. I have had the privilege of pl... Read more
Mallory C. Towson MD.
Tutor with experience in music, math, and Chinese
Are you excited and ready to learn? Or are you frustrated and feel stuck in a difficult subject? I hope as your tutor I can help to establish specific goals tailored to whatever position you find yourself in and use effective learning strategies and tools to help you succeed. My interests are numerous and constantly expanding! I went to a math and science high school, where I fell in love with math, but also discovered my interest in Chinese (Mandarin). I got my undergraduate degrees in Musi... Read more
Algebra 1, Vocabulary, Music Theory, Spelling, Elementary Math, Elementary Science, General Music, Violin
Kyla G. Chicago IL.
Patient & Experienced Violin/Piano/Voice Teacher
I have been studying the performing arts since I was four years old. I am a singer, pianist, violinist, and actress, and I have a BA in Music and BA in Musical Theatre from Columbia College Chicago. Through teaching, 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 currently teach private violin, piano, voice, and acting lessons at Allegro Music and Dance Academy. I even had the privilege to assistant d... Read more
Music Theory, Piano, Voice (Music), Violin
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
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, Violin
Haekyung J. Boston MA.
Haekyung Ju has been playing violin for 18 years. At the age of 9, she had built her classical path in South Korea first. She had been educated in both Art middle, high school in South Korea where school educate students to become a professional artist. Meanwhile, she won several competitions, and along with that results, she had performed with a lot of orchestras as a soloist. She put her musical depth in a profound way in playing chamber music as well while that time. She participate in non... Read more
Elena L. Union City NJ.
Violin, Piano, and Theory teacher
My name is Elena, I am a graduate of Boston University. I majored in violin performance and composition/music theory. I am currently pursuing my master's in the Mannes School of Music Performer-Composer program. I have experience teaching in many fields. I get along very well with people of all ages, and enjoy connecting with students to discover which methods best facilitate their learning. I am patient, understanding, and a hard worker, so even if we stumble upon a particularly tricky subj... Read more
Grammar, Music Theory, English, ESL/ESOL, Violin
Bradyn C. Boydton VA.
Violin, Piano, and Music Theory Teacher
I am a musician based in Boydton, Virginia. I teach violin, piano, music theory, and general music. I have been involved with music most of my life, starting with the piano and eventually adding the violin. I have studied under a number of violin and piano teachers with varied teaching methods and have come to realize how valuable one-on-one instruction is for a student's development. My teaching centers around using and adapting traditional methods of teaching for each individual student. I... Read more
Music Theory, Ear Training, General Music, Piano, Violin
Erin H. New York NY.
A (vaccinated) UChicago grad with extensive tutoring experience!
***I am vaccinated and able to conduct sessions in-person!*** I'm a University of Chicago graduate currently working at the Columbia Law School with extensive experience tutoring SAT, writing, editing and AP exams. I first started tutoring math when I was in high school, where I worked with local children with learning disabilities after school. As an undergraduate, I worked as a teaching assistant in World History and English courses at Dunbar Vocational Academy while tutoring all subject... Read more
Algebra 1, American History, Vocabulary, European History, Geometry, Reading, Study Skills, Writing
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!