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Trusted teacher: Hello, my name is Aaron, and I’m a certified music tutor. I have a level 8 music certificate from the Royal Conservatory of Music and I am a certified member of “National Tutor Association.”. I have studied music all my life and I have a full knowledge of music theory and the violin. I have learned and played the violin for all my life as well and as a teacher, my goal is to teach you everything about the violin and music as well as help you in your musical journey. It’s also my goal to assist you in becoming a great and virtuosic musician ready to play for anyone anytime.
Trusted teacher: I teach violin playing for all ages from 5 and up. I started at age of 5 and -payed for over 32 years. Masters degree in violin performance, studied with great violinist in Russia, USA and Canada. Performing and teaching for the last 20 years as a main career. Have experience in group and private teaching and certified ontario music teacher and musician union member. I play music in various styles professionally in local festivals and concerts, gigs over 60 times a year. My students are successful in violin exams and performing. I guarantee proper traditional technique that gives freedom in playing, high quality of sound, intonation and rhythm, various bow strokes, double stops and variety of violin repertoire and style. I also teach music theory and incorporate history in my lessons. I am serious about it and expect serious students of all levels in my studio.
Trusted teacher: Former student at the Conservatory of Versailles in France in the class of Saskia Lethiec, I had the opportunity to be part of many student and amateur orchestras in Violin I: - Orchestra of the Sorbonne in Paris - Orchestra of the Universities of Paris - Orchestra of the University of Copenhagen in Denmark - Sinfonia Ensemble of Montreal Passionate about orchestra and the teaching of my instrument, all along my musical journey I had the opportunity to transmit my knowledge in violin and music theory especially to the youngest (10-15 years old). My method: As for young students, for me learning the violin must be a discovery in every class. The child must be amazed by the beauty of the music each time he vibrates his instrument. This curiosity must be enriched day by day during his daily work and I want my classes to allow them to learn the instrument in the joy of discovering their own sensations! As for adults, I want to provide them with the means to progress independently from day to day, always becoming aware of their body. It is important for me that the adult can develop his inner listening to help him progress on the quality of his accuracy and phrasing.
Music theory · Violin
Daphne is a teacher of both Suzuki and traditional violin, and has been teaching for the past sixteen years. She has taught privately in Greece and the UK, at various music conservatories in Athens, the Junior Department of the Royal Academy of Music in London, St Catherine’s British School in Athens and most recently at South Shore Conservatory in Boston, MA. She currently teaches at École FACE in Montreal, maintains a private teaching studio in NDG and also offers lessons via Skype or FaceTime. Daphne also enjoys coaching ensembles, and has worked with the South Shore Conservatory Youth Orchestra (SSCYO). In 2012 she coached and directed the inaugural concert of the Athens Youth Symphony Orchestra’s Baroque Consortium (ASON) at the Goethe Institute in Athens. Learning a musical instrument can be an equally exciting and daunting journey. Having gone through ups and downs herself throughout her own musical career, she values the need to have a constant love of music and a nurturing, supportive teacher. Daphne’s aim is to create a solid technical foundation in all her students, regardless of their age, and create a challenging yet supportive environment. Being a Suzuki kid herself, she loves having come full circle, and sharing the principles of the Method with both Suzuki and traditional students.
Fiddle · Violin