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Creating a Proper Violin Warm-Up Routine

Motivating oneself to enter the "practice" mindset can be daunting, especially in the midst of a...
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Musician On Tour!

Standing on my local platform, Southport, waiting for the Manchester train, bright autumn sun...
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Improvisation in Mozart's Concertos

This article is an investigation into Mozart’s improvisation and ornamentation practice, with...
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How to Explore Repertoire

Many people choose to play an instrument because they like the sound of learning something new...

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  • How To Produce A Good Tone On The Violin Editor's Pick

    Matthew Le-Mage Classical Violin Teacher (East London) Picture Tone production is the most important aspect to the art of violin playing. My mum and I arrived home full of excitement with my new violin. Our neighbour looked on as my mum placed the key in the door and asked 'is that a violin?'. The look of concern was evident across his face. No doubt he...
  • Music-Making: A Note to Students and Parents

    Shi Ling Chin Classical Violin Teacher (Birmingham) Picture It is safe to assume that one of the fundamental reasons that prompts a person to take up music is their desire to create art, and to express themselves in the process of creation. Music, in this case, differs slightly from other forms of art; one might say that it is more abstract than a...
  • The 3 Key Components To Choosing A Music Teacher

    Mr Roger Mo Classical Violin Teacher (North West London) Picture Finding a music tutor for your child can be a daunting task. On one hand, it's exciting for them to begin learning to play an instrument and seeing all the fun it can bring. On the other, it's incredibly stressful to find a quality music teacher who's serious about ensuring your child succeeds...

 

  • Plainchant, Erik Satie and the Minimalists

    Benjamin Rimmer Classical Violin Teacher (East London) Picture A brief examination of the link between plainchant, Erik Satie (1866-1925) and the 'Minimalist' composers of the mid-late 20th Century. Satie and the Minimalists both formed similarly divergent paths away from the compositional ideals of their respective eras. These paths interestingly led them...
  • What Sets A Child Up For A Joyful, Musical Life?

    Karen Grace Classical Violin Teacher (Kingston upon Thames) Picture As a musician who feels lucky enough to enjoy all aspects of my work, conversations about my profession often very quickly spark stories from people of how they used to play the violin, the piano, the oboe, as a child but they gave up because they didn’t like their teacher, they didn’t like...
  • Methods Of Violin Teaching

    Christopher Quaid Classical Violin Teacher (West London) Picture Teaching the violin is an art in itself. In some ways it is probably more challenging than playing the instrument itself. After all, there is a great responsibility in teaching someone to play the violin. You can help them decide whether this will be a thing they will enjoy doing and grow to...