Violin, Cello and Bass

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You are going to learn how to play Violin from a world renowned concert violinist. Loghman Adhami is a master of the violin and one of the most incredible, successful teachers on earth.

Here at International Music School  Loghman Adhami teaches beginners, intermediate and advanced student with his own method and makes the learning proces more fun.  Learn how to play sonatas, solos, concertos and more. The Loghman Adhami method is an incredibly complete solution to mastering the violin and is easy to apply.

Why Choose International Music School

  •  Certified, Friendly Teachers.
  •  Children to Adults, All Levels.
  •  First Lesson is Free.
  •  Classes Taylored to Your Abilities.

Our Violin Instructor

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Loghman Adhami was born in 1949. He began playing the violin at the age of seven and started composing at the age of 15. With a love of music in his heart he continued his music education. He received his B.A. in music from School of Arts in Tehran, and his M.S. from Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati, Ohio. Logman has composed and arranged many hit songs as well as published a violin solo album and violin and piano albums. Logman founded International Music School in Orange County in 1993 and has been teaching various international instruments for nearly 20 years. He has experience with beginners, advanced, the young and adult. He has implemented unique and various techniques for teaching violin. He is able to teach his students with first hand experience that is timeless in the music industry.

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Julie Assaf began her career in music at the age of 15, where she entered her first Composition Competition (National PTA Reflections Program) and won California State Finalist. In 2011, she graduated from California Institute of the Arts, the world renowned college recently recognized as the #1 Arts and Music school in America, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Music Composition. CalArts provided an intensive study with strong emphasis on theory and musicianship skills. She studied with prominent musicians and composers in the field of music, such as Robert Wannamaker, Michael Fink, and Barry Schrader. She studied cello composition with Erika Duke-Kirpatrick, and piano composition with Vicki Ray. She has worked with many independent artists, animators, actors, dancers, musicians, and has performed in countless ensembles at the Roy O. Disney Music Hall, Wild Beast Concert Hall, and many other private and public functions. With almost 20 years of experience on the piano, Julie has enormous flexibility with technique and repertoire on the instrument, as well as the capability to transcribe almost any music to written notation. Vocal training soon followed her study in piano. She has studied many different vocal styles at Calarts, including Javanese Chant and Indian Sargam. In July 2009, she went to study at the National University of Galway in Ireland. There, she performed and improvised ragtime music at the Galway City Museum during the Annual Galway Arts Festival and studied the tin whistle, spoken song, and Sean Nós techniques.

Julie's approach to teaching is always with energy and fun, along with close attention to the individual's learning abilities. She has had experience teaching and tutoring since the age of 14, and continues her work in pedagogy with passion and excitement. She is available to teach piano, voice, cello, ear training, music theory, and composition/songwriting to children and adults of all ages. She is also available for hire as a ragtime pianist, or medieval hurdy-gurdist for solos or ensembles.

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International Music School

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