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Ken Lambert- violin teacher


Private lessons are an essential part of any student's musical education. Enrolling in weekly one on one lessons will give your child the individulaized attention and coaching that will bring out the best in a developing musician. Whether you are preparing for an important audition, trying to master difficult repertoire or simply playing for the love of music Ken Lambert will provide step by step instruction to achieveing your goals. Studio space is limited so contact now to reserve your time slot.

 

Students from Ken Lambert's have won many prominent awards and auditions including  All-State Orchestra, Gwinnett County Youth Symphony (GCYS), Kendall Orchestra and National Reflections and State Championship Fiddle Contests. Several of Ken's students have gone on to pursue college degrees in music and received scholarships based on musical ability. 

 

For Instrument Rental, Purhase or Repair- see www.ronaldsachs.com/

Recitals and Auditions

 

Recitals are held twice a year, one in the Fall and the other in Spring.

At these events, students have the unique opportunity to perform  solo repertoire for a live audience.  These recitals are optional but I strongly encourage my students to participate as this experience is great for helping young musicians learn to conquer their nerves and perform gracefully under pressure.

Winning an audition requires carefull preparation.  In Gwinnett and Atlanta, there are many high level student ensembles that are audition-only and attract a high level of talent.  I specialize in preparing students for these highly competetive honor orchestras and have a track record of success in the area. 

Music and Higher Cognition

 

Albert Einstein's mother was a talented musician who made musical expression a part of daily home life when her children were growing up. Albert Einstein began playing the violin when he was 6 years old. By the age of 13, he was playing Mozart's sonatas. Einstein once said, "Life without playing music is inconceivable to me. I live my daydreams in music. I see my life in terms of music... I get most joy in life out of music."

See there full article on Psychology Today here- http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-athletes-way/201406/does-playing-musical-instrument-make-you-smarter