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John A.

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My specialty is teaching how to play with the body in mind. You won't have to worry about developing bad habits that lead to physical injury in my studio. Those same healthy habits make for the best possible tone, intonation and ease of playing so one can enjoy the act of playing to the fullest. For beginners I tend to use the Suzuki method. More advanced students work on individual pieces and etudes on a track that individualized for each student. I can teach any style or genre at the preference of the student/parent.

Cost: $40 Per 30 Minutes Company: TakeLessons

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My specialty is teaching how to play with the body in mind. You won't have to worry about developing bad habits that lead to physical injury in my studio. Those same healthy habits make for the best possible tone, intonation and ease of playing so one can enjoy the act of playing to the fullest.

For beginners I tend to use the Suzuki method. More advanced students work on individual pieces and etudes on a track that individualized for each student. I can teach any style or genre at the preference of the student/parent.

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Cost $40 Per 30 Minutes
Languages Spoken English
Locations Student's Home, Online, In Studio
Degrees

University of North Carolina School of the Arts
Bachelor of Arts in Bachelor of Arts in Music Performance

Tutoring Subjects

Music: Cello, Fiddle, Music Performance, Viola, Violin

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Location
  350 10th Avenue, Suite 600, San Diego, CA 92101
Phone
  (646) 200-5972
Website
  www.takelessons.com

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TakeLessons says

Success in learning often depends on finding the right teacher; someone that not only has expertise in the subject, but also knows how to inspire. The teaching style that works for one student may not work for another. As a parent or student, how do you find the right match? As a teacher, how do you find new students that fit your style? TakeLessons bridges this gap.

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