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over 4 weeks
learners per class
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Learning to play the violin teaches music and a whole lot more. In each lesson, students learn to read the treble clef, play the music on their violin, discipline with practice, music mathematics and appreciation for music. Violin requires a certain amount of physical commitment as well. We will be using the Suzuki Violin books. Using this method, students will be required to stand up to play their violin. They will also be required to hold their bow a certain way and to practice holding...
Students will learn to play and tune the violin and read music.
Students will be assigned at least one song from the Suzuki book to work on each week. Students will be expected to practice at least 10-15 minutes per day outside of their weekly lesson.
Each student must have their own violin, bow, rosin and the Suzuki 1 book to begin their first lesson.
30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Students are encouraged to practice 10 to 15 minutes each day, or roughly 1.5 hours per week to start. As students progress, they will be expected to lengthen their practice time during the week.
Suzuki Book 1
Michele Roger-BeresfordMusic, French and Art Teacher
39 total reviews
71 completed classes
I'm Miss Michele. I teach beginning French, music (piano, harp, violin and guitar as well as preschool and Kindergarten music) and art. I own Michigan Music Conservatory where I teach music and art classes in-person and online. I also teach...