Kimia Ghaderi Violin Studio
It is my goal to instill a deep appreciation and love for music, teach valuable life skills through the disciplined study of music, and provide my students with strong technical facility and artistic expression which, if they desire, can carry them into a professional musical career. During lessons, I provide specific guidance to help develop the student’s technical and musical ability, focusing on the student’s individual needs and goals. My curriculum also includes training in music history, music theory, and aural skills, which all contribute to a well-rounded education in music. I have complete pedagogical training in the Suzuki Method, and implement a variety of other materials and resources tailored to each student. My students learn to think creatively, problem-solve, manage a practice schedule, set long-term goals, and share their artistic work with audiences in multiple performance opportunities throughout the year.
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Kimia Ghaderi has over ten years of experience teaching students of all ages in private, group, chamber, and orchestral settings. She is a fully registered Suzuki Method teacher, having received long-term training in all ten units with Kimberly Meier-Sims at the Cleveland Institute of Music. She has taught in many programs, including Interlochen Center for the Arts Summer Program, the Rainey Institute’s El Sistema Program, the Sato Center at the Cleveland institute of Music, Houston Public Schools, and the Cleveland School of the Arts. She is currently a faculty member of Baldwin Wallace University Community Music School and maintains an active private studio in South Euclid, OH.