CONSTANCE  MEYER                                             Violin Studio


Constance Meyer is a Suzuki-certified violin teacher who wrote "The Mom-Centric Method" among her series of articles on classical music 
			for the Los Angeles Times. She gives violin lessons in Beverly Hills.Beverly Hills violin teacher Constance Meyer has experience Constance, At the Mirman School for Gifted Children (Los Angeles) 
			Constance co-founded and ran the Suzuki violin program for four years, yet she is at equally at home with traditional violin teaching.

Constance Meyer is a Suzuki-certified, Juilliard-trained violin teacher who has taught violin in Beverly Hills for the last 20 years. Constance's violin performances in films, TV and concerts number in the hundreds, and her teaching experience includes teaching Music History and Repertoire classes at the Colburn School in Los Angeles for students of Colburn's noted Jascha Heifetz Chair Robert Lipsett. At the Mirman School for Gifted Children (LA), Constance co-founded and ran the Suzuki violin program for four years. Her broad range of teaching experience and respect for each child's individuality are qualities that give Constance an exceptional basis for working with homeschooled and gifted children. Constance is also a journalist whose extensive series on classical music for the Sunday LA Times ran for over two decades. In 2003, she authored the widely referenced article about the Suzuki method, "The Mom-Centric Method" for the Los Angeles Times, titled with the phrase she coined to describe the most prominent element in Suzuki teaching philosophy. The article is referred to by hundreds of sources and is cited in the Wikipedia entry on Suzuki method. Constance also studied French and Russian, earning a BA in Slavic languages from UCLA. She is passionate about giving students a solid base for a lifetime of rich experience through understanding music. Constance believes that with the right foundation, students can build skills, brainpower, and confidence.

Beverly Hills violin teacher Constance Meyer gives a violin lesson to student Ella.Beverly Hills violin student Margo enjoys her violin lesson with Constance!

In her own words:   "It is a privilege to introduce students to the beauty of music and the thrill of playing the violin. An added benefit to studying a musical instrument is that it teaches concentration and how to approach learning generally. I emphasize how to break down difficulties into smaller elements that can be focused upon and improved, which is actually the way that professional musicians learn. I always provide my students with background knowledge about music repertoire, theory and history, all of which help students put into context the music they are learning."  --Constance Meyer

Serena loves learning violin from Constance, shown here during a lesson in her Beverly Hills violin studio.Beverly Hills violin student Loretta gets a strong foundation in music during her violin lesson from Constance.

Constance's violin students and parents often comment on how much they appreciate her caring patience.

Beverly Hills violin student Julia learning new material with her teacher, Constance, during her lesson.Beverly Hills violin student Eva learns proper violin technique during her lesson with Constance.Violin student Tristan takes in the lovely techniques shown him by his teacher Constance during his violin lessons at her Beverly Hills violin studio.

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