Violin Beginnings 2

Violin for Beginners Fairfax VA

VIOLIN BEGINNINGS LEVEL 2
Ages 4 – 7  |  In-Person

Spring 2022 Registration is Open!

 


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Sing. Play. Learn.

Students who have taken Violin Beginnings Level 1 will pick up right where they left off, continuing to develop their fundamental skills and learning new songs. They will play pieces from Magic Carpet for Violin as well as the famous Twinkle Variations from Suzuki Violin School, Volume 1. Games designed to develop their musical ear and rhythmic skills will build on the foundation created in Level 1, and they will learn to read the notes in the A Major scale as well as all the basic rhythmic values. Special listening time each class will introduce students to the rich history of Western classical music, from the Middle Ages to music that is being composed today. A combination of traditional, Suzuki, and Rolland methods will be used.

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Ages:  4 – 7
Time:
Thursdays, 4:45 – 5:45 pm
Dates:
February 10 – June 2, 2022 (15 weeks)
Tuition:  $427.50 + $45 music fee
Skip Dates:  March 31 | April 7
Location: Mason Community Arts Academy Building in Fairfax, VA

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PROGRAM FACULTY


 


Hannah Price
Academy Teaching Artist
Read about Ms. Price

Hannah Price is a passionate and dedicated teacher of all ages and abilities. As an artist, scholar, and teacher, her efforts and contributions to music aim to propel the value and quality of music education forward, keeping it central to the core of human value in a quickly evolving world.

An active advocate for community engagement, Ms. Price has been involved in the development of the Musical Storytelling Project in Oberlin, OH, and as a participant in programs that bring music and instruction to Grafton Correctional Institution and hurricane-stricken areas of Puerto Rico.

Throughout her musical career, Ms. Price has regularly performed as a chamber, orchestral, and solo musician in concert programs domestically and internationally. She has performed as an orchestral musician in venues including Carnegie Hall (New York, NY), Severance Hall (Cleveland, OH), and the Meyerson Symphony Center (Dallas, TX). In past Summers, Ms. Price has participated in the Aspen Music Festival and School, Bowdoin International Music Festival, National Orchestral Institute, and Litomysl International String Masterclass (Litomysl, Czech Republic), among others.

Ms. Price holds a Master’s degree with a concentration in Music in Education from the New England Conservatory, having studied under the mentorship of Ayano Ninomiya. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Oberlin Conservatory after having begun her studies at Indiana University under the instruction of Sibbi Bernhardsson.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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