If you are looking for private violin lessons, this is the place for you! The violin is the small star instrument of the orchestra, a very complete instrument that involves the auditory and musical development of the student. Unlike other instruments, the note produced on the violin must be tuned by the musician. From the beginning, the teachers point out the position of each of the notes and later the pupils will automate each of them by ear.
With violin lessons at home, you will learn in the best way to build your base and develop your skills.
The methodology is adapted to insert works from the classical repertoire of the instrument with others that are geared to motivate students such as pieces, songs, film soundtracks, Disney songs… Students combine classical and modern repertoire, we also use educational apps on the iPad to encourage fun and learning.
Through the songs they will learn the different bowing techniques, such as Staccato, Legato, Spiccato….
- Left hand techniques, the vibrato technique that imitates the human voice.
- Learning to read violin scores
- Violin positions
- Scales and arpeggios
- All about strings
The learning of the instrument allows you to play with other pupils to foster a sense of group.
The learning the instrument will allow you to play with other pupils, as soon as you are able to play a melody on your own, the teacher will introduce accompaniments with other pupils to foster a sense of group, which starts the wonderful journey towards Chamber Music, and you will also get to play different voices in duos, trios, quartets…
An adult person has a greater understanding, which will facilitate a quick process, as long as he/she has a regular and methodical discipline at home. Learning how to play the violin is a very satisfying adventure.
You will be able to transmit everything you have learned in the course to the public in our final concerts.
The ABRSM or Trinity College is compulsory for any student wishing to obtain any advanced qualification in Music. We prepare our students for the certificate by
- Developing a reasonable understanding of music when composing or analysing;
- Beginning to recognise the basic concepts of interpretation: dynamics, balance, tempo…
- Working on the skills to begin to deal reasonably with complex musical passages.
ABRSM syllabus. We have a 100% pass rate on this.