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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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Violin Shoulder Rests

            The issue of whether and how to use a shoulder rest is highly personal,...
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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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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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    I am an experienced piano, violin and viola and music theory teacher. All ages and levels are welcome.
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    At whatever level you wish to learn, my teaching style ensures a balance of sound technique, musical learning and above all nurtures a sense of enjoyment in the art of music making.
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    Music is interesting and fun. It supports the emotional development of the student and enables them to learn inner discipline. I don't only view myself as an educator, but also a friend for every student I teach.
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  • 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...

 

  • Practice Method Series: Passage work

    Jill Valentine Classical Violin Teacher (South East London) Picture This is the first in a series of articles aimed at improving your practice techniques for specific challenges. Our first installment will be passage work, or a continuous series of running notes.  This is the classically "hard" looking music, usually semiquavers or even faster values, lots of...
  • The Violin and Mindfulness Editor's Pick

    Ivor McGregor Classical Violin Teacher (Birmingham) Picture Common Ground between the Violin, Alexander Technique and Mindfulness It may seem over simplistic to reduce the process of playing the violin to a way of becoming physically self-aware relative to a wooden box stuck under the chin, scraped by a straight stick held in the right hand. But the...
  • 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...