I have loved music all my life. When I turned three I started taking private violin lessons. I have graduated from all ten books of the Suzuki Method and have also done two years of post-graduate work. I started teaching violin at the age of thirteen, after training with my teacher for a year. I teach the Suzuki Method, since I am a firm believer that anyone can learn to make music.
My goal is to transfer my love of music to my students and teach them to use music as a way to express and explore their emotions and thoughts. I hope the things I write on this blog will encourage you, your children, or your students in your musical journey.
This is a sample post from my blog: Strings, Keys, and Melodies
Taka Taka Stop Stop is the first of Suzuki’s Twinkle Variations. I made this video to show students how to play the first part of the song. All of the variations have the same notes; the only thing that makes them different is that your bow plays a different rhythm on each of the notes.