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Teamwork in Teaching

I would prefer not to say ‘I teach my student', but rather ‘I work with my student.’ This...
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The Importance Of Music In Today's Society

As a musician and a violinist I feel I have the responsibility to be caring and dedicated to the...
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Review of a DVD by Simon Fischer

Review of The Secrets of Tone Production by Simon Fischer (Edition Peters) If you have the...
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Skills for Musicians

I believe there are only two skills for musicians: passion for music and hard work. From J.J. ...

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  • Approach To Teaching

    Conor Masterson Classical Violin Teacher (Kingston upon Thames) Picture When discussing which skills are essential for a teacher to have in order to be an effective teacher, the words patience, empathy and adaptability are always arising. These are useful skills to create a positive working environment for the pupil. There will be times when it will take...
  • The Importance Of A Good Teacher

    Gabriela Secula Classical Violin Teacher (Ilford) Picture A teacher's main concern shouldn't be to only correct their pupils. Only pointing out mistakes, but not coming with a solution to solve them will not benefit the student. He will only become irritated, his confidence will drop, and he will no longer enjoy playing the instrument. Probably he will...
  • 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...