2017 BORNOFF WORKSHOPS:
• Tuscon, Arizona
Saturday and Sunday, October 7th – 8th 2017
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Peter Howell Elementary School
401 N Irving Ave, Tucson, AZ 85711
*Breakfast will be served
Experience the pedagogy of Dr. George Bornoff in an intense program designed for teachers, college students, and high school students who are considering string teaching as a career. Participants play violin, viola, cello and bass while studying Bornoff’s materials and philosophy. Fine tune your own performance and teaching skills while exploring tonal patterns, rhythmic variations, shifting, note reading, classroom pacing, and repertoire.
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Albert Einstein said ‘the definition of genius is taking the complex and making it simple.’ If this is true, Debbie Lyle is a genius. Debbie has a rare gift for teaching highly complex concepts in a way that children through adults can receive them with joy and enthusiasm.
Before I knew of Debbie Lyle and the Bornoff String Method, I thought it was a futile effort to teach violin, viola, cello, and bass students without private teachers in a group class setting. Debbie won me over so that I now feel there is actually a great advantage to teaching the fundamentals of violin, viola, cello, and bass technique at the same time in an ensemble class. I highly recommend Debbie Lyle and the George Bornoff String Method. – Ross DeBardelaben, DMA