About the Studio
Few parents realize that the majority of commercial music schools open to the public in the United States would not be considered in any way acceptable compared to music schools in Europe and Asia. Due to the rarity of quality instruction in the United States, it is not suprising that many children pick up stringed instruments only to lose interest and quit playing because "it's too hard." It is an all too common story we've all heard before. What kids and their parents don't realize is it's not that violin and its ilk are "too hard." It's that they lack access to a special tier of teachers that generally only children of professional musicians or children of the extremely wealthy are able to take advantage of. These teachers and conservatories require children pass rigorous auditions just to be deemed worthy of the teacher's time.
In response to this inequality in teaching standards, Joseph Yuan started his school with the aim of offer the highest quality of instruction to the broader public. His students' ages range from two to seventy-eight, and their skill level ranges from beginner to Julliard aspirants to professional players who wish to raise their standard of playing and book more gigs. However, Joseph believes you do not have to plan to send your child to Julliard for your child to sound just as amazing as any Julliard student. Joseph will help your child cultivate the skills and passion necessary to enjoy the violin as a hobby that will enrich their lives.
If your child would like to play an instrument other than violin? Joseph also offers lessons from top teachers trained in cello and guitar.