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Bach & Viola: A Political View in the 1700s

After an Easter period in which many people around the UK performed and listened to Johann...
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Viola Playing for Violinists (or vice versa)

This article is for those who play the violin or viola alone and may have a spare 20 minutes...
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Southbank Centre

There is always so much going on in London and the southbank centre has it all going on! Here's...
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Why a viola student needs a viola teacher...

What are the differences between viola and violin? When it comes to obvious features like size...

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  • Bach & Viola: A Political View in the 1700s Editor's Pick

    Cecile Ross Viola Teacher (West London) Picture After an Easter period in which many people around the UK performed and listened to Johann Sebastian Bach's (1685-1750) St John's and Matthew passions, what message can we take from this great composer on how to vote in the upcoming general election? Understanding his use of instrumentation for...
  • The adventure of music

    Joshua W Hayward Viola Teacher (South West London) Picture For me learning and practicing an instrument is an absolute joy. Every day is an opportunity for growth and development and every musician experience new and precious, it's a lifetimes journey with infinite possibilities.
  • Enthusiasm Is The Key To Learning Music

    Geraint Parfitt Viola Teacher (North London) Picture When starting to learn music it is important to be as open as possible. Teachers should get students to sing first of all. Then they should explore various instruments to see which one the child likes the most. The most important thing a teacher must realise is to bring out what the student has...

 

  • The Inspirational Duties Of A Teacher

    Tilly Chester Viola Teacher (West London) Picture I believe strongly that in a lot of cases a teacher learns just as much from teaching as the student does from learning. I think it is this fundamental belief that creates a level of respect in a teaching situation that allows a student to see their potential and grow. Naturally another part of...
  • The Relationship Between Teacher, Pupil & Parent

    Megu Huang Viola Teacher (West London) Picture Positive relationships and excellent communication between teacher and parent are an important part of learning when pupils start studying. Consequently, parents who are highly involved in attending a child's lessons, rehearsals, auditions, competitions, and who watch concerts and manage their...
  • Age Doesn't Matter When Learning An Instrument

    Viola Teacher (West Central London) Picture I believe that every child in the world should learn how to play a musical instrument in schools, because it is as important as maths or biology. But our society excludes that fact from our thoughts saying, “just gaining a little knowledge of music is enough”. As a consequence, all those kids...