Yes, it is possible to continue learning and making music, even in the era of COVID-19.
Earlier this year, I had been forming violin groups for students, as you see in the rest of my blog. When BC went into stay-home mode in March, I developed a model for online teaching and moved my violin students to private lessons on Zoom. It works quite well!
I have room in my schedule for a few new students, and I’d love to know what interests you. Here are some options:
- Zoom violin lessons: I will pick up where your previous teacher left off, or teach you something new, like fiddle.
- In-person lessons: I can teach at your home in the Dunbar area (if distancing allows).
- Physically distanced Group lessons outside: We can meet in the park or your back yard — call me to discuss options.
Subject matter may include:
- Learning Celtic fiddle by ear
- Learning to read music
- Improving sight-reading ability
- Learning vibrato
- Learning how to accompany on piano, using chords
If you're browsing the rest of this blog, keep in mind that it was created pre-COVID, and some of the information will not apply to my current teaching practice.
I look forward to meeting you!