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Kirkwood High School: The Directors
4th grade strings teacher
Joseph Kaminsky has taught violin for over 36 years and is currently Associate Professor of Violin at Webster University, Adjunct String instructor at UMSL, Beginning Strings teacher at Kirkwood Schools for the last 14 years, and director of the Kirkwood Academy of Music.
Since 2000 Mr. Kaminsky
has authored over 20 pedagogical articles appearing in national publications, developed the "Vibrato From the Ground Up" DVD for teaching vibrato, and has authored a set of violin technique books.
was named Mo ASTA Studio Teacher of the Year in 1999 and has been invited to teach workshops and seminars in 33 different states, Canada, Puerto Rico, at the 2006 International String Conference in Singapore, and at the 1999 World Suzuki Conference in Matsumoto Japan.
former students have played or currently are playing professionally in the Arkansas, Ann Arbor, Indianapolis, Kansas City, and Syracuse symphonies.
Joseph Kaminsky (St. Louis, ...
Joseph Kaminsky (St. Louis, MO)
Joseph Kaminsky is one of the most sought-after Suzuki violin clinicians, having taught at over 200 Suzuki workshops and seminars in 32 states, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Canada, and at the 1999 Suzuki World Conference in Japan.
He is founder and director of the Kirkwood Academy of Music, is on the violin faculty of the University of Missouri-St.
Louis and Webster University, plays professionally in the Landolfi String Quartet, and has been a registered Suzuki teacher-trainer since 1984.
He received his violin training from Almita and Roland Vamos, Shinichi Suzuki, John Kendall, Fryderyk Sadowski, and Donna Wiehe.
Joseph's students have been concertmaster of virtually every student orchestra in the St. Louis area, and his former students play professionally in the Ann Arbor, Arkansas, Indianapolis, Pittsburgh, and Syracuse Symphonies.
Joseph is recognized by the Suzuki Association of the Americas for his Technique Mastery CD and books, Vibrato From the Ground Up instructional DVD, and 18 pedagogical articles published in the American Suzuki Journal.
The Oregon Suzuki Institute
Violin Unit 3
Joe Kaminsky has taught violin for over 35 years and has been a teacher trainer since 1985.
is also the author of pedagogical articles and a set of violin technique books as an adjunct to the Suzuki volumes.
Honored as the MoASTA 2014 Artist Teacher of the Year and the 2000 Studio Teacher of the Year, Mr. Kaminsky
has taught at workshops worldwide.
Joe Kaminsky, Missouri
The Oregon Suzuki Institute
Joseph Kaminsky, Missouri
Joe Kaminsky Violin ...
Joe Kaminsky Violin Unit 7 Has been teaching violin for 30 years.He is a frequent clinician and has taught at over 150 Suzuki workshops and institutes in 29 states.He has studied with John Kendall, Roland and Amita Vamos, and Shinichi Suzuki.A registered Suzuki teacher trainer since 1984, Mr. Kaminsky was asked to be a presenter at the 2004 Suzuki Conference, and a teacher at the 1999 Suzuki World Conference in Japan.Currently he is on the music faculty of the University of Missouri-St.Louis, Webster University, the Kirkwood School District, and he is founder and director of the Kirkwood Academy of Music.Mr. Kaminsky has produced three Technique Mastery CDs for Suzuki violinists, and a DVD, "Vibrato from the Ground Up" for teaching vibrato (available at Shar Products, Young Musicians, and Southwest Strings).His studio produced the 2004 concertmaster and 2005 concertmistress of the Missouri All-State High School Orchestra, and the 2004 concerto competition winner of the St. Louis Youth Symphony.He also is a frequent contributor to the American Suzuki Journal.
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