Teaching
Stephane Tran Ngoc has been a violin teacher for
over three decades.

After teaching in the Noisy le Grand conservatory as
a teenager, he taught with great success at the Paris
conservatory as a teacher's assistant, Brooklyn
College preparatory division, the Center for
professional studies in Tarbes, the Lyon Superior
National Conservatory of Music, the Lawrence
University Conservatory of Music, the London
College of Music where was head of strings until
2014. He is now teaching at the Pole Sup' 93 (Paris).
Many of his former students have reached very high
levels of playing, winning concerto competitions,
being international prize winners or now playing in
some of the world's best orchestras. He teaches also
in high level music festivals such as the
Nancy
Academies.

His approach reinforces the best possible use of the
body, avoiding any tension and allowing for
complete freedom of motion and expression, based on
the teaching of the pedagogue Dominique Hoppenot.
He is frequently invited to give master-classes and he
is developing a program of master-classes in Vietnam
Seattle Vietnam Association.