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Yuanlin II Chen
Queens, Manhattan, Kew Garden Hills NY, 11367
Instruments: Composition, Electronic, Piano, Theory, Violin
Styles: Classical, Electronic, Other
Levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Experience: 28 years
Rate: $50 / hr
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Personal Statement
 
Dedicated music doctor offers violin, piano, and music theory lessons for all ages. Custom program designed for each student or group to enlighten their music interest, to discover and nurture their potential music gift; familiar with various teaching material; tutor for NYSSMA and ABRSM exams and assessments; teach in English and Chinese; reasonable rates.

Locations for lesson:
1. Flushing, Queens, nearby Queens College.
2. Midtown Manhattan

For further information, please visit
Website: http://www.sunbow.us

Tel: 646-926 0886
E-mail: sunbow.us@gmail.com
 
Education / Training
 
Education:

1996
Ph.D.(Music) State University of New York at Stony Brook, NY, USA
1986
M.A. Central Conservatory of Music, Beijing, China
1983
B.A. Central Conservatory of Music, Beijing, China
 


 

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