Good Technique = Good Playing; Good Playing = Good Technique
In order to play the violin well, you must have good technique. You must know how to place the instrument under your jaw, how to finger the strings, and most importantly, how to use the bow properly.
Suzuki and O'Connor Methods
I teach using the Suzuki and O'Connor Methods. These two schools complement each other and expose the student to a wide range of styles and traditions from the very beginning.
Fiddle Lessons or Violin Lessons...why not both?
Fiddle lessons? Violin lessons? Why not both? What's the difference?