My name is Elise Schrumm. I am a music teacher with over 15 years of experience teaching piano and violin to students of all ages. I have a passion for music and for sharing my knowledge and love for it with others.
I hold a degree in music from University of Florida, and have dedicated my life to helping my students reach their musical potential. I have a unique ability to connect with my students, and to help them find the joy in making music.
Throughout my career, I have taught students of all ages, from young children just starting out to adults looking to pick up a new hobby. I am proud to have helped many of my students achieve their musical goals, whether it be mastering a difficult piece, or simply gaining a greater appreciation for music.
In my lessons, I use a variety of techniques to keep my students engaged and motivated. I believe in individualized instruction, and tailor my lessons to the needs and goals of each student. Whether they are a beginner or an advanced player, I am dedicated to helping them reach their full potential.
In addition to teaching, I am also an active performer. I have played at a variety of venues, both as a soloist and as a member of a chamber ensemble. This experience has allowed me to bring a unique perspective to my teaching, and to help my students understand the importance of performance in their musical development.
I am proud to be a music teacher, and I feel privileged to be able to share my love of music with my students. Whether they are looking to become professional musicians, or simply to enjoy making music for their own enjoyment, I am dedicated to helping them reach their goals.
Piano lessons using the Suzuki method are now available for beginners of all ages. The Suzuki method emphasizes building a strong foundation of music through listening, repetition, and parent involvement. The lessons will be tailored to each individual student's pace and needs. Whether you're a child or an adult, this method will guide you in developing a lifelong love for music. Join us now and start your musical journey with the Suzuki method!
This introductory course on how to play the violin covers the basics of technique, scales and exercises, music theory, and repertoire. Students will learn how to properly hold the violin and bow, produce sound, and tune the instrument. They will also practice basic scales, exercises and bowing techniques to develop finger strength, dexterity, and control. In addition, the course will cover basic music notation and symbols, time signatures, and key signatures to develop the theoretical understanding of the instrument. Finally, students will learn simple songs and melodies in various musical styles and genres to apply their newfound skills. By the end of the course, students will have a solid foundation in the basics of playing the violin and the tools to continue their studies on their own.
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