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About Eulalie C.
Eulalie Charland is currently violin professor at the Junior Guildhall School of Music and Drama. She passionately believes in music education as a means of raising well-rounded, compassionate young people. She also believes that music-making can be life-enhancing for anyone and at any age.
Trained in the Suzuki Method from the age of 3, she later developed her own teaching method which focuses on:
- a strong technique as the underpinning to musical expression;
- effective and efficient practice routines;
- tension-free playing to avoid pain and injury;
- developing the student's unique expressive "voice".
Eulalie has 22 years' experience mindfully guiding students through their musical journey, including chamber music coaching, preparation for concerts, and, when appropriate, auditions, ABRSM & Trinity graded exams & entrance exams to the Conservatoires.
She has performed as a soloist and chamber musician in various important concert venues and festivals such as Radio France in Paris, the Purcell Room, King's Place & Conway Hall in London and at the Cheltenham Festival to mention but a few. Her playing has been described as “elegant…strong and possessing uncomplicated projection” (The Strad, April 2008).
Her musical education took her first to Paris where she studied with Catherine Courtois and later across the Atlantic, more precisely in Indiana with the renowned violin pedagogue Mauricio Fuks. However her musical curiosity saw Eulalie Charland studying with Stefan Gheorghiu in Bucharest before being accepted on scholarship at the Royal College of Music, London. There she completed, with distinction, both her Bachelor and Master of Music under the tutelage of Yossi Zivoni.