Mimi Zweig StringPedagogy.com
Violin performance engages the physical, the psychological, and the musical abilities of the player. Mimi Zweig’s fundamental principle of violin teaching, based on natural physical motions nurtured in a non-judgmental environment, embodies all three of these elements of performance. The development of a facile and secure technique begins with physical freedom. This then gives the performer the freedom to play with musical sensitivity and confidence.
Mimi Zweig StringPedagogy.com has Volumes One, One B, Two and Five with over six hours of streaming video.
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- Group Violin Pedagogy - This site is giving a brief history of group violin teaching and teaching through ensemble playing, putting a light on its different pedagogues and methods in the world. Then it’s taking Indiana University String Academy founder, director, and violin professor Mimi Zweig as a case study, through observing and analyzing her group teaching, as it’s an important element of her teaching method which synthesizes many aspects of different pedagogues and philosophies with her own ideas, balancing between individual and group instruction.
- Mimi Zweig StringPedagogy Connect - Find a Violin Teacher near you! Are you looking for a teacher for you or your child in your area? This website provides contact information for highly skilled teachers across the globe that are recommended, and have often been trained, by Mimi Zweig. It is also a resource for teachers wanting to connect with other teachers.