Granite Bay, CA
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A graduated from the Juilliard Sch, she was the Assistant Concert-Master in the New York Grand Opera for many years. The founder of the Manhattan Chamber Ensemble, she was chosen to feature in a string quartet in an AT & T commercial. She also made a solo violin CD, "To Mom, With Love!" Currently, she teaches violin in Granite Bay, CA, and plays in the Sacramento Philharmonic Orchestra and the Sacramento Choral Society Orchestra.
Abby S. March 27, 2011
"In preparation for my premier audition for Sac Youth Symphony, I was fortunate enough to find a teacher like Frieda who could quickly pick out spots in my piece and give excellent ways to practice them. Her amazing eye for detail really helped me in my preparations, and I have been really pleased with my progress. I definitely feel that Frieda has provided me with the professional training I needed to attain my goal. I would recommend her strongly to anyone. -Four year member of Sacramento Youth Symphony"
Juju H. July 16
" The first year I auditioned for Sacramento Youth Smphony I got into Classic, the third best ensemble (there are five). The second year I auditioned for Sacramento Youth Smphony I got into Academic, the second best ensemble. My violin teacher Frieda Yang helped me through all of this. Ms. Frieda pointed out my mistakes and helped me with details I should've done. She let me do different techniques and went through all kinds of diffucult phrases of music. She helped me project my sound farther and louder. She told me that if I had dynamics, good intonation and a full sound in both my scales and piece, I would get into Academic. I took Ms. Frieda's advice, and sure enough, I got into Academic. I an happy that I have an opportunity to be her student.:) "
Carolyn H. September 4
"We are so grateful for our year with Frieda! My son was a senior in high school last year. He had started violin at home with me (his mom) for two years, then had a professional teacher for two years. By the time we found Frieda, we found he had learned bad technique those four years, and Frieda set about teaching him correctly. Not only did my son progress quickly, he developed a passion for the violin. He bought his own instrument and plays one or two hours a day. Frieda is such a professional teacher as well as an expert, artful violinist. I am only sorry that my son went on to college and can no longer continue his weekly lessons."