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I Just Can't Get Music Out Of My Head!

Little do my friends know, but all day long, music goes round and round in my head. I have my...
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Developing Musicianship

When playing any musical instrument (such as the violin or viola) it is good to start developing...
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Practising Performing

When we practise for an exam or concert it is very easy to lose sight of what performing will be...
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HELP...I Don't Know My Grade 4 Scales!

One of my adult students told me that her daughter was getting ready for her Grade 4 violin...

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  • Violin tutor Camberwell, SE24 Silver Member

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    I am a student at Royal College of Music. I have studied the violin from age 5, playing in my local youth Orchestras from the age of 7, then the National Children's Orchestra and the National Youth Orchestra from year 10 until leaving school.
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    I`m an italian violin player and teacher particularly passionate about chamber music. I`ve been classically trained, but I always like experiencing new ways to approach to the violin.
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    I am an experienced, friendly, professional and dedicated teacher. I have been teaching for many years and have gained the experience to inspire and motivate students to achieve not only good grades but a unique enjoyment for the world of music.
  • Geoff Irwin Sydenham, SE26

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    Violin and Viola teacher in SE26
  • Esther Hayden St. Albans, AL1 Gold Member

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    I am very passionate about music and recognise the importance of a teacher demonstrating this to their students. I make sure that I listen to how and what my students want to learn to get the best out of them.
  • Inna Erskine Bognor Regis, PO21

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    Everyone should have the opportunity to try a musical instrument - it helps develop fine motor skills and coordination, a sense of confidence and discipline but most importantly, it's fun!
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  • Performance Anxiety and Violinists Editor's Pick

    Alex Isted Classical Violin Teacher (West London) Picture Abstract:A performance task and survey was given to violin students at the UWA School of Music in order to gain insight into the benefits of deep breathing and conscious upright posture. The two methods were investigated in terms of how they could effectively manage symptoms of anxiety which are...
  • The Violin - Self-Improving And Incredibly Fun!

    Thomas Aldren Classical Violin Teacher (Twickenham) Picture The violin is an instrument that has enthralled audiences since its evolution from the viol of the 1500s. Its versatility has inspired many great composers to write a huge amount of repertoire over the years, from highly intimate string quartets and solo pieces to large scale concertos with...
  • Listen to or play something new and different

    Daniel Neville Classical Violin Teacher (Worcester) Picture I have always loved orchestral music and especially performing in it. I played my first what I would call proper Symphony - Shostakovich's 5th Symphony - when I was 12 years old and even though I haven't played it since, it blew me away to the extent that I can still remember just about every...

 

  • Why Choose the Violin?

    Liliana Dimovska Classical Violin Teacher (Twickenham) Picture   The violin is the second most popular instrument for young children to start probably because of its small size, encouragement by the school music teachers and  as it  offers excellent opportunities for  playing with other people. The orchestras normally need large number of violinist. The...
  • The Sound Contact Point

    Violin John Stephens FISM Classical Violin Teacher (Brighton) Picture To produce good quality and variety of tone one should be conscious of the varying points of contact of the bow between the fingerboard and the bridge. Allied with this is the awareness of the appropriate speed of the bow at its varying points of contact with the string as well as the necessary...
  • Approaches to fingerings

    Marike Kruup Classical Violin Teacher (East London) Picture If to try to explain in the simplest way what is a fingering, I would say as Jampolski defined it in his book "Principles of Violin fingering”[1] - a fingering is a succession of placing and moving fingers on a musical instrument. It is vertical moving when placing the fingers or more correctly...