I am happy to announce the successful premier performance of one of my newest compositions! It was so exciting to have the opportunity to write for the beautiful Chinese instrument, the erhu. I am grateful to the members of the Los Angeles Composers Collective who brought the piece to life!
This article was written by a fellow musician and friend to whom I had the great privilege of teaching violin. It is my hope that by sharing this article more retired adults will be inspired to become involved in the arts.
The Benefits Of Playing Music When You Retire
Hello everyone! I’ve started to continue my online violin lesson series, “Violin for Self Enrichment”! Here are the first two videos in the series. I’ve added a page for the lessons here on my website so that you can access them any time at daniellerosariaviolinist.com/violin-for-self-enrichment. If you have any questions about playing the violin, please feel free to contact me here by leaving comments or by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This introduction to playing the violin, “Violin for Self-Enrichment”, an online lesson series dedicated to helping those of you who want to learn something new, specifically playing music on the violin. Enjoy learning how to play violin with Dr. Danielle Rosaria and her assistant Amy Rose!
This intro “Phase 1” includes how to prepare the bow and violin for playing as well as some basic techniques.
This “Phase 2” video is the second in the online violin lesson series with Dr. Danielle Rosaria. Here we learn how to play notes using the left and right hands together.
In this “Phase 3” lesson, we learn the first half of the Ode to Joy melody by Ludwig van Beethoven.