Sarah teaches in Birmingham from her home (B30) or online and teaches on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Sarah has 15 years of teaching exp... read more
*ONLINE & IN MANCHESTER* Anya is a professional orchestral Violinist, currently a member of the BBC Philharmonic. Originally from Australia, Anya mov... read more
Rhiannon teaches violin and viola from beginner up to grade 8 standard. While she teaches in most genres her expertise is in classical music! Rhiannon... read more
Born in the Czech Republic, Leona started learning to play violin at the age of 6 and is due to finish her postgraduate studies at Guildhall School of... read more
"As a teacher, I aim to help my students satisfy whatever role music plays in their life!" --- Evan is an enthusiastic and dedicated tutor who current... read more
Anna Livia started violin under the Suzuki method and firmly believes that everybody has the potential and talent to learn music. She obtained a Bache... read more
Anna Bacon was born in London, studied at the Royal College of Music and Cambridge University obtaining an MA Honours degree. At Cambridge she appeare... read more
Carl studied violin at the Royal College of Music, London, graduating with violin diplomas in Teaching, Performance and Advanced Performance. On leavi... read more
Aria is a professional violin player and teacher, she studied at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire and was awarded a BMus (Hons) and PGDip in violin perf... read more
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Megumi Donworth an American living in the North Shields/Newcastle area and has been playing classical violin since the age of six. She is a graduate o... read more
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I (Lisa) am a freelancing musician who has been teaching for the last four years. I freelance between performing on the violin, private teaching, and ... read more
Jenny is a highly sought teacher, offering violin lessons to players of all levels from complete beginners to advanced students. She also offers pian... read more
Eulalie Charland is currently violin professor at the Junior Guildhall School of Music and Drama. She passionately believes in music education as a me... read more
Roger is a professional musician and teacher living in London. He's been playing music and working in the industry for about 30 years. After graduatin... read more
Fiona is the visiting professor of violin at Portsmouth University, principal violin teacher at Canford School, one of Britain's leading independent s... read more
Fiona teaches Piano and Violin up to and beyond Grade 8 and enters pupils for ABRSM exams . She uses a vast range of teaching material and with young ... read more
Edwin holds a diploma from Trinity College LTCL in Violin (Masters) and is currently an active member of The University of Manchester Symphony Orchest... read more
Ruth is a professional violinist living and working in London. She has several years experience teaching violin and piano privately, as well as teachi... read more
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A musician of long standing experience, Farhad has played and toured with orchestras and ensembles in the UK and Europe. As a teacher, he has taug... read more
Lucy-Rose has been teaching for over a decade both privately and in schools across the UK. She teaches cello, piano, violin and theory having had stud... read more
Ranita works with various music services and private schools teaching a combination of instruments and as an early years music practitioner. Ranita ha... read more
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Want to start to learn to play the violin? Do you love the way the violin evokes emotion? Want to be able to play timeless pieces by composers such as Mozart or Paganini? You need some violin lessons! Why not get in contact with one of our professional violin teachers today! Wherever you are in your playing, whatever your specific need for violin lessons - whether violin lessons for the beginner, or violin lessons for the intermediate or advanced player, we can match you with the perfect violin teacher and have you making progress in no time!
At MusicTutors, we ensure that as you learn to play the violin, all of our violin teachers have an Enhanced DBS Certificate as well as sharing our vision for a regulated online music tuition platform. Safeguarding and child protection are issues very close to our hearts and we are committed to supplying high quality, safe violin lessons, accessible to all.
Imagine playing Caprice 24 confidently, in front of an audience. You've learnt the piece in your violin lessons and practised at home and then taken it to the stage! Afterwards, the audience burst into applause. How great does that feel? Good for your confidence, self-esteem and great motivation to continue to learn to play the violin. A performance like this takes many hours of practise and hard work - our violin teachers can help with exactly that. Whether you want violin lessons as you're still learning the basics or you want violin lessons as you're an advanced player in search of new challenges, one of our experienced violin teachers can help you. For children, we say learn to play the violin as it's a great instrument to learn - it's really good for developing co-ordination, concentration, focus and confidence. What are you waiting for? Start to learn to play the violin today!
MusicTutors has great violin teachers all over the country offering violin lessons near you. Our tutor base is always expanding. Take a look at some of our violin tutors near you. Who would you choose to help you learn to play the violin?
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It's important that you have access to a violin to practise on between violin lessons. We would recommend doing some research and asking your violin teacher in your violin lessons for advice. Buying a violin is very personal, and you need to find one with a sound that you love, but it's also worth considering it as an investment. You can also ask for advice from music shops or dealers, but it's important to remember that they aren't always impartial - they make a profit if they can convince you to buy their products, and there's no guarantee of quality or condition! It can also be helpful to get advice from a luthier who makes and repairs violins - they tend to be very knowledgeable about different makes of violin, what they're worth at certain ages etc. Unlike the market of many instruments, second hand violins can actually be much more expensive and can be better quality. However, don't get caught up in the age of an instrument if you don't know anything about the make or the quality - an old violin isn't necessarily a good violin. Most importantly, when you learn to play the violin, it should be an enjoyable experience. Choosing the right instrument, both for your violin lessons and for practice at home is an important decision not to be rushed or taken lightly!
Here are some shops to look at:
The violin comes in full size, 7/8, 3/4, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/10, and 1/16 sizes. The smaller sizes (3/4 and below) are generally only used for children in violin lessons, and rarely produce the same quality of tone as a bigger violin. 7/8 and full size are both mainly used by adults and children 12 and up who are learning to play the violin, depending on their size. Most adult players choose to play full size violins but some feel more comfortable with a 7/8 size violin. The body length (without neck) of an ordinary violin is about 35 cm. A 3/4 violin is about 33 cm and a 1/2 violin is about 30 cm. Be careful as sizes vary between manufacturers. Size is all about what's comfortable for the player, so find one that works for you. For parents, it's worth considering how much money you spend on a smaller violin for your child - bear in mind that they will grow and you'll likely have to buy a bigger size at some point! Your violin teacher will help recommend a size in your violin lessons.
Aside from a violin and bow, you will need:
Playing music with other people is a great way to socialise, and there's something magical about being a vital part in a big collective sound. Beginners might think you have to be an expert before you can start to play in an ensemble, but this is not the case! Playing with other people from the earliest stages of your practice is a fantastic way to improve your skills when you learn to play the violin.
Here's a list of amateur orchestras that you could join:
At MusicTutors, we love helping connect students with their perfect tutor. If you have any questions about violin lessons, don't hesitate to get in touch. The office team are all professional musicians and educators and we love giving great service. Simply call 07946125613 or send us a mail to [email protected]. We look forward to hearing from you!
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