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Instruments
Cello, Composition, Keyboard, Music Theory, Piano, Songwriting, Viola, Violin, and Suzuki Method
Skill Levels
Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced
Genres
Suzuki, Classical, Modern, Improvisation, Game and Film, Fiddle, Bluegrass
Lesson Duration
30 minutes
Age Groups
All Ages

Joshua Arrieta

Cultivate free minds and noble hearts through music!
Teaching Philosophy

Suzuki style instruction for violin technique.

For songwriting and performance I focus on the analysis of music to find a middle ground of emotional expression and theory.

Once that middle ground is found we explore what music means to the student, and how they can use it as a tool of expression. Philosophy of teaching will be discussed in detail during the first lesson.

Experience

12 Years experience on the violin. 6 Years teaching music. Teacher for Texas State String project.

Composed over 150 Pieces ranging in genres. Released 2 albums. Taught over 110 Students.

Played in over 20 orchestras. Long standing studio, still have students for 3 years+ coming back.

Credentials
  • Created and run summer program for technique, writing and improvisation for young musicians.
  • Suzuki training under Dr. Scott.
  • 1st Place in Texas State Composition contest 2011.
  • President of MMM in high school.
  • Completed credits for music minor.
Affiliations

Studied Suzuki method and violin technique under Dr. Paula Bird for 5 years. Currently teach under Dr. Karla Hamelin and Dr. Ames Asbell at Texas State String Project.

Suzuki Training under Dr. Laurie Scott.

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