Just want to thank you sooooooo much for everything. What a difference you are making to my playing! Things that seemed so difficult are starting to be easy. Getting much harder to stop playing as it’s such fun… 🙂 OMG I’m more into playing the violin than I ever could have imagined….
– Catherine T.
I’m one of the “Holy crap, will I ever get this right?” people. My bow kept slipping out of my fingers, my pinky didn’t want to curve, and I couldn’t bend my wrist. But I’m persevering, and I know it will be good in the end. That’s what I love about your course. You understand that we’re all different, and you’re always encouraging and positive, and you always teach with affection and humour. I can’t recommend your lessons highly enough.
– Meg S.
I’m at the end of lesson eight of my violin lessons, and can’t believe how my playing is changing, for the better! Do you realize what a great violin teacher you are?! You do not leave out a thing. I have found other teachers on line, and they are good, too! But, you have a whole different approach. You address the basics so completely, step by step!
– Dyan R.
The people that I’ve jammed with on guitar over the years, are now asking me to take a fiddle break on most every song…I’ll carry my gratitude for ‘crossin’ your path’ with me for the rest of my life. I’ve also told a few young beginning fiddlers and their parents about you and I’m glad to know their in your care. As I grow older it seems that the greatest thrill of all is showing something to a youngster and watching the fire of their excitement and aptitude burn as they pick it up so quickly. I’m real happy to know a little of this kind of joy that you must be overflowing with.
– Charlie U.
I love the drilling practice homework and practice coach videos. I feel like I am moving forward with a plan, where before I was just learning a new tune and some ornaments, without much of a foundation. The coolest thing tho is that before I would work on the new piece or my drills scales with a little bit of dread, maybe it was fear that I wouldn’t do good enough in the next lesson. But here the pressure (whatever the cause) is gone, and I enjoy practicing all the time, look forward to playing when I get home from work, etc. That’s new and very cool.
– Edward L.