This blog is about all things violin. It is meant to educate, inspire, and provide resources for parents, teachers, and students.
The author takes full responsibility for the viewpoints expressed here. In instances where she quotes ideas from others, she pledges to cite her sources
as fully, responsibly, and accurately as possible. Topics will include book reviews,
technique tips, entertaining anecdotes, quotes, jokes, educational findings, instrument care suggestions, violin in the news, repertoire lists, etc.
Cami J. Shaskin graduated with her master's degree in Music Education in 2008. Violin has always been her primary instrument, since beginning private lessons at age five. See camishaskinviolin.com/info for her music résumé, or click on Spotlights for historical recordings. Cami has enjoyed an array of experiences in writing,
from penning award-winning articles as a journalism staff writer in high school, tutoring peers at BYU's Writing Center, earning a Writing Fellows scholarship and a minor in
Language and Computers, and later becoming a published author. She recently picked up web programming as a hobby, earning a certificate in Web Programming and Development
from the local community college. This blog has been a collaborative effort between her and her husband, who is a Web Developer by profession. Together, they designed and
coded this blog and its original content "from scratch."
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