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Being a Theatre Musician

The musical theatre is not the place for every instrumentalist - some musicians enjoy it, but...
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Violin Shoulder Rests

            The issue of whether and how to use a shoulder rest is highly personal,...
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Learning to read notation as a string player

I believe that the role of an instrumental teacher is far greater than simply teaching the...
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How To Produce A Good Tone On The Violin

Tone production is the most important aspect to the art of violin playing. My mum and I arrived...

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  • Christiana Campbell Dulwich Village, SE22 Gold Member

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    Welcome to my page. I'm a passionate violinist and teacher. I have over ten years of teaching experience and I am confident teaching students of all ages and abilities.
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    I have over 18 years of teaching experience working with all ages and levels specialising in classical violin/viola. My teaching philosophy is to incorporate a balanced musical education with positive instruction and enthusiasm for learning.
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    I'm happy to teach all ages and abilities in an enjoyable and relaxed manner. Perhaps you have played the viola or violin before and require a few lessons to decide if you want to take up the instrument again? Please get in touch!
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    Hello! I have over 18 years experience tutoring music to a wide range of pupils. I am an enthusiastic and determined teacher, who gets great enjoyment from seeing pupils progress and learn. I tailor my lessons to suit each individual's needs.
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    Music is great fun and deeply rewarding at every level. Musicianship, creativity and method are the three key factors in all of my teaching, through which I serve to bring my pupils greater enjoyment, self-expression and musical understanding.
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    Im a vivacious and passionate musician. Not only do I love to play, but I love sharing it, and teaching is the perfect way to do it.
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  • Mindfulness And Violin Practice

    Jayne Stark Classical Violin Teacher (Bristol) Picture Mindfulness and practice. Practice smarter, not necessarily longer. First, let's talk a little bit about mindfulness. Being mindful has become increasingly popular as a form of meditation to help relieve stress and anxiety. Over time it can lead to long-term changes in our moods, higher levels...
  • What makes a great teacher?

    Emma Paton-Philip Classical Violin Teacher (Redhill) Picture The violin, for beginners, can be overwhelming and confusing. There are several elements to consider with regard to the physical side to violin playing, for instance how to stand, which way your head should face, even before you've picked up the Violin and bow. The fact that we're dealing with...
  • What's The Difference Between Violin and Fiddle? Editor's Pick

    Rachel B Classical Violin Teacher (Inverness) Picture I get asked this question very regularly, "What is the difference between a violin and a fiddle?" I get asked mostly by non-musicians who are just curious. But it still always makes me smile. Some people are convinced they are different instruments – “Is one bigger than the other?” I hear often...

 

  • Reflections On A Violinist's Mind

    Arisa Nemoto Classical Violin Teacher (East Central London) Picture At the beginning of the term, I set out particular goals of what I wanted to achieve this year and how to pursue the initial ideas for my objectives. My initial idea was to develop my mentality and improve my technique as an orchestral performer. First of all, as for my mentality, previously...
  • Practice Method Series: Rhythm

    Jill Valentine Classical Violin Teacher (South East London) Picture This installment of the Practice Method Series focuses on how to tackle difficult rhythms using subdivision and isolation techniques.  Rhythm is far and away the most important aspect of music since it is, by many definitions, what separates music from arbitrary sound. The definition I find...
  • Nature Or Nurture? A Look At The Suzuki Method Editor's Pick

    Charlotte Clemson Classical Violin Teacher (South West London) Picture ‘Talent is no accident of birth.' Shinichi Suzuki's outlook on childhood education and development seems such an obvious and successful one to adopt. However, in many aspects of our contemporary society, we don't. Suzuki, a Japanese violinist, pedagogue and humanitarian, founded a method of...