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Shanghai Conservatory Of Music
San Francisco Conservatory of Music (Master's)
Yinbin (or "Ben") got the name of "Uncle" from his friends and colleagues for his friendly and patient personality about treating people around him. He has tons of experience dealing with young students of all ages.
Ben used to be a freelancer, and then became a welcomed violin tutor around the Bay area in California.
Ben got very systematic violin technique training when he learned the violin in China and the US. He has the ability to teach all levels of students. He knows how to use all kinds of different teaching materials such as Suzuki, Carl Flach scales, and caprice books. He also gives perfect demonstrations when he is teaching, that way his students can get complete guidance. Yinbin (or "Ben") got the name of "Uncle" from his friends and colleagues for his friendly and patient personality about treating people around him. He has tons of experience dealing with young students of all ages.
Ben used to be a freelancer, and then became a welcomed violin
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I was teaching a lot of students from a wide range of ages when I lived in Shanghai. What I have is mostly the traditional system of violin training which takes more demonstration and actual experience. Afterwards I was also teaching some students in San Francisco, when I moved there, which used a more complete way that included both demonstration and speech. I was trying to communicate with the students a lot as the first step is to get their personal feature then I can have more information about how to treat different individuals using different ways. Basically, I can deal with various kinds of students when it comes to learning music.