- Teaching: 9 yrs
- Studio: Downtown
- Metro: Guy-Concordia
- Languages: EN, FR, RU
- Lessons options: in-studio, online
Price per lesson
Level Taught: beginner, intermediate, advanced
Ages Taught: kids, teens, adults, elders
Styles Taught: Classical, Jazz, Pop
- Technique; based on making students as comfortable as possible playing the violin, while establishing consistency through exercises.
- Ear training; using piano keyboards as well as with playing violin along with students so that they have a constant foundation, and developing their ears.
- Repertoire; based on student’s goals and preferences. Flexible with RCM/Suzuki/other goal-oriented teaching systems.
Individual approach based on each student. My goal is to not only teach music to the student, but to connect with them on a friendly mentor level, and to have as much fun as possible while setting regular and personalized goals.
- M.M degree at the Yale School of Music, studying with Ani Kavafian.
- B.M. studying with Jonathan Crow at the University of Toronto
- Currently, Julia studies at the Mcgill Schulich school of music with Andrew Wan
- Teaching privately since 2012, at the Arcadia School of music from 2016-2018, and at the JVL Summer School for the Performing Arts from 2014-2019.
|I have grown up in a musical family, surrounded by my parents and grandparents teaching violin, viola, piano, theory, and music history, and have developed a passion for teaching from an early age. I have been teaching privately since 2012, at the Arcadia School of music from 2016-2018, and at the JVL Summer School for the Performing Arts from 2014-2019.|
Toronto-born violinist Julia Mirzoev has just recently graduated her M.M degree at the Yale School of Music, studying with Ani Kavafian, where she was awarded the Broadus Erle graduating prize.She previously completed her B.M. studying with Jonathan Crow at the University of Toronto. Julia has been featured as CBC’s “Top 30 Classical Musicians Under 30”, CBC radio 94.1, and classical 96.3 FM. Her awards include top prizes at the Irving M. Klein international competition, the OSM competition, and grand prize at the Canadian Music Competition. Julia has also performed solo with the Scarborough Philharmonic, Sinfonia Toronto, the Canadian Sinfonietta, the University of Toronto Symphony, Orchestra Toronto, the Colorado College Summer Music Festival Orchestra, and the Toronto Symphony. As a chamber musician, Julia has been a winner of the Yale Chamber Music competition, and has been invited to the Sarasota, Manchester, Toronto, and Perlman Music Program festivals,. Currently, Julia studies at the Mcgill Schulich school of music with Andrew Wan, and is a part of the Persée String Quartet, coached by André Roy.
Online video lessons available through:
- Face Time