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During her tenure at MU, Szekely has taught many students and tries to personalize her lesson plans around each individual. The repertoire list for the violin is so vast, she explains, that she can only strive to cover major examples from each historical period on her syllabus.
Szekely says that as soon as she meets her students, she tries to discover their individual musical personalities and talents, so that she can build a detailed assessment of their strengths and weaknesses.
Szekely guides her student Mitchell Drury as he practices. Rehearsing for his senior recital, Drury plays music by Niccolò Paganini, one of Szekely’s favorite composers.