Kingman, AZ, January 12, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- A new website, Red Desert Violin, has stepped into the gap between those who want to learn to play the violin and the resources they need to do it. Its new online lessons are unique in their approach, which teaches Suzuki Book 1.
Lora Staples, an award-winning professional violinist, is the face behind Red Desert Violin. “I live in a rural area myself,” said Staples, “and I know how hard it can be to find good music instruction out there. So I thought, if I’m having this problem, others are, too. So I started building the website.”
The site, www.reddesertviolin.com, offers free resources as well as online lessons to people in rural areas. The lessons will take a beginner all the way through Suzuki Book 1 using the same systematic progression Staples has used for years on her beginning private students.
“I designed my lessons to be as close to private lessons as possible, but without the private lesson price,” Staples said. “They are ‘self-serve,’ which keeps them affordable, but I also provide plenty of help when a student gets stuck.” To help deliver that private-lesson experience, Red Desert Violin is limiting the number of students it will accept. Staples said the smaller number will allow her to offer greater personal support.
According to Staples, Suzuki Book 1 is an effective foundation for any style of violin playing. “Even if you do not want to play classical violin, my lessons are a great foundation for any style of playing, including fiddle, jazz, Irish, and even rock,” she said.
For more information on Red Desert Violin, visit the website at www.RedDesertViolin.com or contact Lora Staples at firstname.lastname@example.org.