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Greater London
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After 15 years of growing my knowledge, i decided to share that knowledge with other people. I can teach you violin, and how to read and understand music text.

I play violin since i was 7 years old. First 10 years in boarding School for musically gifted children, and after on Faculty of music, at University of Arts in Belgrade. Meanwhile i meat a lot of different students, professors, and simple music lovers. What i consider as i really important thing in teaching is, that you must teach your student to love music and instrument you teach.

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2nd Year Masters violinist from Royal College of Music offers violin tuitions in West London!

My teaching method is basics first as bow and left hand technic, then scales, and musicality in the pieces and how to produce the sound. I usually teach children who's taking ABRSM exams and I recommend the books for ABRSM. But the ones who are not taking the exam are also very welcomed to get contact with me.

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2nd year Violinist at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London

I believe the best way to teach the violin is to make it enjoyable for the student. Yes there are some things that are hard but with rewards along the way the student will make great progress.

Greater London
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Hire A classic Violinist who plays old songs, modern, artic, western and asian

If you are looking for a violin teacher that can make you play with a smile, you have found her! My aim is always to make my lessons as inspiring as possible, to help my students overcome eventual difficulties and make divine music. Each term I organise a student concert in the Swedish Church in Paris.

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Violin lessons in Manchester: Innovative and Simple with guidance and support (individual or group)

Having a good foundation is very important therefore i will start from thw basic and take note of the standards of each student.

(1 review)

Maggie - Fulham - Violin

I have over 20 years of teaching experience working with all ages and levels specialising in classical violin/viola. My teaching philosophy is to incorporate a balanced musical education with positive instruction and enthusiasm for learning. - Which subject(s) do you teach? My principal instrument is violin but I also teach viola as well as music theory.

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Music tutor and you will learn how to read music with me today

I start by teaching the basics of music theory such as treble clef reading I learnt it by knowing that the lines on the stave are FACE

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-- Private violin classes in english or portuguese language --

Differential method and one hour of weekly duration. In the classes we used a composition of several methods, among them: Suzuki, Sévcik, Kreutzer, Mazas, Maia Bang and Laoureux; besides varied repertoire according to the musical taste of the student and teaching of musical theory.

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University student in Exeter with over 10 years' violin experience giving beginner violin lessons to all ages

I follow a flexible learning structure. Classes will be tailored according to the individual student. Not limited to "classical" violin music. Modern, rock and pop violin skills are also on the table. Disney songs can be taught! I have helped many younger students improve their technique in the past.

(4 reviews)

Heloi­sa - Bradford/Shipley/Leeds- Violin Teaching and Flexible Tuition BD LS ABRSM Preparation

I am a Professional, Highly-Qualified and Experienced Tutor. Please feel free to contact me for more information. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Violin (beginner, intermediate and advanced) Piano (beginner up to Grade 3) Music Theory / Aural Training - Tell me about your qualifications.

Saint Albans

Fun and inspiring Violin Teacher in St Albans

I make my lessons educational & interesting as well as fun, & consider myself very approachable and friendly. Look forward to hearing from you! - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach the violin and viola and incorporate theory and overall musicianship into these lessons. - Tell me about your qualifications.

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A level music student wanting to share my passion with other people

I like to start with basics and make sure the foundation is there before moving on.


Suzuki Violin Teacher Fulham | Suzuki Violin Teacher SW London

I provide fun and engaging, individual and group violin lessons for children aged 3 + using the Suzuki Method. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach the violin. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have a degree in Music from the University of Oxford, and I am a fully qualified (Level 5) Suzuki violin teacher with the European Suzuki Association.

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Hi :) I am a Grade 8 violinist that is happy to help and support pupils needing help with exam preparation, and general playing technique. I am happy to support pupils up to a Grade 5 standard.

I approach teaching with a supportive friendly method. I have found through my own training that hard and fast is never as beneficial as it may seem, taking things at the student's pace and comfort is at the forefront of my focus.

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Violin or Piano lessons in Brighton and Hove area for all ages

I am a student at the University of Sussex, who have obtained grade 8 ABRSM with distinction in violin and merit in piano. Apart from my degree, I am currently studying at a level above grade 8 in both instruments via private lessons. I offer music lessons around Brighton and Hove area, for adults and children. Violin lessons can be at my house but piano lessons will be at yours.

Greater London
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15 year old Grade 8 standard student who would like to teach the violin to younger children

I teach by making sure the pupil understands what they are doing and also by repetition. I am encouraging and patient.


Rosalind - Balham - Violin

I'm an experienced, friendly, and committed Violin, and Viola teacher based in East London. I also enjoy coaching Chamber Music groups. Look forward to meeting you! - Which subject(s) do you teach? Viola Violin Chamber Music - Tell me about your qualifications.

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Violin tutoring for enthusiastic learners raring to get good grades any day

Practical learning is the best learning for any student if u can do it practically u can also do it theoretically

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Teach both adults and children from beginner to intermediate, in the comfort of your own home.

I believe everyone learns differently so tailor lessons to your needs, whether you a learning for fun, a new hobby in retirement or aiming high in those grades. Not only do we focus on the practical elements, but introduce basic theory, simple composition and musicians health.

South Croydon
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Qualified secondary school teacher offering Traditional Irish Music lessons on the fiddle and tin whistle.

I always include music theory as part of my lessons as well as sight reading and learning be ear, which I feel are very important for mastering Irish Music.

(2 reviews)
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National scholar Indian student offer Indian classical, light music in London.

My teaching methods would be every rudimentary lessons at the first and then will come to the advanced.

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Royal College of Music London graduate offering violin and viola lesson for all levels.

Hi ! I’m a professional violinist and violist giving lessons from beginner to expert level. I also teach music theory, solfège and harmony. Lessons can be given in English, French and Turkish. Last minute ABRSM and TRINITY grade exam *crash course* requests welcome ! I’m an Enhanced DBS certificate holder and I am happy to teach in my home in Kensal Rise or travel to your house.

New Addington
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Conservatoire Student offering Violin (up to grade 5) lessons in South London or Cardiff

I am a Music Student who would like to have a hand in inspiring a new generation of musicians, as I was inspired and show them that music is fun. My teaching method is practical imitation and leading by example as well as connecting practical playing with Music Theory. I can teach music reading also (Treble and Bass Clefs).

(11 reviews)
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Kitty - Plympton - Violin lessons for experienced performers preparing for auditions or specific performances. I also accompany where required.

I teach violin and singing in preparation for performances and auditions, and such I don't generally make myself available for beginners, particularly in violin. I have a PGCE, BA Hons in Music, having spent thirty five years as a qualified teacher, with much of this spent as a headteacher and later, overseeing the running of the County Music Service in Aberdeenshire.

Regent's Park
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Viola and Violin Teacher London - Kesari

Playing an instrument is fun! - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach both Viola and Violin. - Tell me about your qualifications. I am currently pursuing a BMus (Hons) degree in viola performance at the Royal College of Music, London. I also have a BA in Spanish from Tufts University, USA. - How much do you charge? I charge 15 pounds for 30-45 minute lessons and 30 pounds for 1-1.

Fordham Villages
(3 reviews)

Olivia - Fordham Villages - Violin

It has been a pleasure to teach the violin and viola for a decade. There is nothing more important than sharing my passion for music by teaching the next generation of musicians. I cater to individual needs, making lessons fun and challenging.

Kentish Town
(1 review)

Nandita - Kentish Town - Violin

I'm a very patient, reliable and friendly teacher and I aim to make my lessons as fun and enjoyable as possible, whilst ensuring I give my pupils a good technical and musical foundation from the very first lesson. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach violin, piano and music theory. - Tell me about your qualifications.

Martha kieu-thi
(1 review)
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London based student holding an ARSM performance diploma for the Violin offering lessons to students from beginner level to Grade 8

Playing the violin and being part of a musical group can be incredibly fun due to its social nature, and has been proven to improve social and emotional skills. However, learning an intrument is a time consuiming and long process, and I would love to make this process as enjoyable as possible for anyone willing to put the work in.

(3 reviews)

Natasha - Amersham - Violin

I am a friendly, patient and passionate violin, piano teacher and music therapist. I have a passion for music and am dedicated to giving others the chance to be involved in music and reap the benefits of an interactive musical experience. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach violin and piano instrumental lessons. - Tell me about your qualifications.


Joseph - Holloway - Violin

I am a professional actor and musician, having graduated from LAMDA in 2014. I have worked for, amongst others, the RSC, BBC and ITV. Everyone has a unique way of learning and progressing, so I take time to cater lessons to individuals.

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Perfect! Hannah is a fantastic and patient tutor with a great sense of humour. She has made the lessons easy to follow given my complete lack of music experience. I will be signing up for another block without hesitation and fully recommend Hannah to anyone...

Simon, student
2 months ago
(1 review)

Perfect! I found Camilla to be a wonderful tutor: patient, encouraging, and very positive. I enjoyed my few lessons with her very much. I am very disappointed that she will no longer be tutoring as she is starting full-time employment, but I wish her every...

Pauline, student
3 months ago
(1 review)

Perfect! Sally is a great teacher and answered a lot of questions I have been wondering. She has put me on the right path and I will definitely hit her up again when I can.

Arvin, student
5 months ago
Sally jo
(2 reviews)

Perfect! I really enjoyed my first lesson with Sally Jo. We started with some really basic bits which have been so helpful. I am looking forward to my next lesson.

Jackie, student
5 months ago
Sally jo
(2 reviews)

Perfect! Minhyuk has been a brilliant violin teacher for my daughter. My daughter can be very shy but Minhyuk has a lovely approach and tailors the lessons to meet my daughters needs. Fun, motivating and inspiring lessons! Highly recommended.

Galina, student
9 months ago
(1 review)

Perfect! Really nice and fun. She is very kind and teaches with a laid back style

Nardia, student
1 year ago
(1 review)

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You don't become a violin prodigy overnight, and with only 3 lessons you won't be able to master playing Beethoven's "Violin Concerto"! Becoming a violinist is considered to be more difficult than becoming a guitarist or pianist. It's true that, unlike the piano where the keys are stable, it is up to the violinist to have fine enough hearing to play the notes accurately. It requires a good ear, but also a good dose of passion and concentration. Listening to classical or baroque music, sitting and listening to a virtuoso soloist's concerto or chamber orchestra are just some of the activities that will help violin admirers to gradually progress. When you decide you might want to learn how to play the violin, it's natural to wonder up to what age can you still be taught to play a musical instrument? You have to know that it first requires a good dose of passion and also a lot of time. Learning to play with a symphony orchestra is not included in the introductory violin lesson. Regarding the age of the student, learning the violin will be the easiest for a child or teenager. From the age of seven and up, a child can fully learn this stringed instrument. Indeed, the student's fingers are "made" and ready to hold a bow. That is to say, the small finger dimples a child is born with will have disappeared. Also, their arms are already big enough to hold a small violin. A teenager who is passionate about classical music and who already knows some music theory through other kinds of music lessons will also be able to learn the violin more easily than an adult. It is indeed in adulthood that the learning of the violin turns out to be the most complicated. Nevertheless, with determination and effective violin lessons, an adult can also learn to play the violin or another string instrument (such as the alto violin, bass, cello or electric violin). At the beginning of learning the violin, it is advisable to rent the violin rather than buy one. Especially for children who, growing up, will quickly need to change instruments to switch for one more adapted to their size. Don't hesitate to buy a tuner on the Internet to make it easier for you to tune your violin strings.

Why become a violinist?

Whether you choose to take violin lessons to become a professional or just for fun, there are a thousand reasons to learn to play this instrument! First of all, it's important to remember all  the emotions that this stringed instrument provides. It is able to translate at the same time joy, sadness or melancholy that many songs utilise to give chills to the spectators. Learning the violin also helps develop many skills. It requires a lot of concentration and discipline as well as patience. Many amateur or professional violinists confirm the same sentiment, that playing the violin soothes them. Even those who do not play the instrument agree: the beauty that comes from the violin is unique. Whether you have the chance to play with an emblematic Stradivarius (a famous brand of violin from the Italian violin maker Antonio Stradivari), an Amati violin, a practice violin or even a left-handed violin, the violinist has the sensation of becoming one with the violin from the first note of the song. Practising the violin also allows one to choose from a huge musical repertoire. A violinist can play from all the spectrums of music, from jazz rock, celtic or traditional gypsy music. They could also learn classical music, baroque and many other musical genres. It's even possible to become a composer-performer! When you decide to learn to play the violin, you often hear that it is expensive to learn. It is true that some collectors violins can be very expensive. They often belong to museums and are considered as true works of art. However, it is not necessary to have an instrument of this calibre to begin playing the violin. You can rent your first violin to try it out and see if you really like it. After that, it is quite possible to invest in an affordable violin so that you can own your own personal instrument. As in the practice of any art or sport, you have to buy your equipment. Thus, taking violin lessons does not necessarily come at a higher price than taking piano lessons or learning to dance. To do ballet, for example, you have to buy a tutu and ballet shoes. Well to learn the violin, it will require a violin, bow and shoulder strap.

How to take violin lessons at home?

On Superprof, whether you live in London, Glasgow or Manchester, you can easily find violin lessons. Just check the profiles of our teachers and select the violin tutor that will best fit your needs. Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or a professional in the making, taking violin lessons will help you to better understand the facets of this beautiful instrument. If the history of the violin remains a bit mysterious, we know a few things about this subject. A tailor-made history of the violin A violin teacher, in addition to helping his student to improve his skills, will also teach them the history of the violin so that they can grasp all dimensions of the stringed instrument that they hold in their  hands. Without really knowing why, the appearance of an instrument with strings rubbed by a bow took place simultaneously in the 10th century in the Byzantine Empire, the Chinese Empire and in the Arab world. At this time the strings were pinched, as with the lyre. Introduced in Europe most likely by Spain, the instrument was called the rebab (an Arabic term). Moreover, this instrument still exists, such as in classical Arabic music. The rebab is an ancestor of the modern violin, without us truly knowing the knowing the etymology of the term. It was at the beginning of the 21st century that the word "violin" first appeared, and the first instrument was created from the workshop of Amati, a violin maker from Cremona. It's exciting to discover the history of the instrument you are learning to play, but that won't be all... In order to properly choose a violin teacher, you must decide on your expectations in order to find the tutor who will have the best methods to fulfill them. Some teachers include music theory lessons in their musical instrument classes. If you have not taken any music lessons before, this option may be perfect. In this case, the teacher will also explain the different strings of the violin (such as the chanterelle, the most acute sounding). Other teachers offer outings (for example to the London Philharmonic Orchestra) to help awaken the musical ear of their students. Those who do not have a very rich musical culture will be able to take advantage of this to help themselves evolve musically! There are also teachers who offer to film their students playing the violin and go through the footage together so that they themselves can assess their violin skills. Others bring their students together to play as a duet, or even a quartet. Violin teacher methods to encourage progress Superprof has a wide variety of profiles to peruse when one is looking for a violin teacher. From qualified teachers to conductors or professional soloists, there's a teacher for everyone. Some are real virtuosos in stringed musical instruments and master both the cello and the violin... Whomever you choose, taking violin lessons will allow a student to really progress. The violin is an instrument that is deemed difficult because it requires a large number of qualities that are not obvious or easy at first. A teacher will know how to help their pupil develop their patience and concentration to better play the violin. They'll quickly identify the weaknesses of the learner, and with the passion necessary for learning the violin, will help the student to overcome these areas of improvement. Of course, for violin lessons to be really effective, you have to consider following them over a significant period of time. Gradually, the professional relationship that is created between the teacher and the student can really help develop self-confidence when it comes to playing. Every skilled violinist can confirm the contribution that self-esteem brings when playing this beautiful stringed instrument. A violin teacher on Superprof completely adapts his methods to the personality of his student. Thus, progress is made even faster. Violin lessons make it possible to improve one's skills in playing the violin, certainly. But they also help develop an amazing musical ear and a special relationship with the instrument. Whether the teacher is a musician or student at the conservatory, they know that you do not have to constantly repeat the same scales until you improve. It's better to understand what you're doing, and avoid frustration in order to find your own musical harmony. Playing the violin is a very personal act. Of course, the instrument is intended to be played in public, but the relationship between the musician and their violin is unique. The violin teacher is there to help the student develop this connection to their instrument, to make it even stronger and more precise. When you want to learn to play the violin, even if you are self-taught, a teacher can help you bring out your best. In this way the enjoyment of playing mingles with technique which, together, creates beautiful music.

Professional violin teachers

The violin is a stringed instrument which can be difficult to learn without help. Our violin instructors are professional violinists, violin instructors or passionate violin players with skilled teaching methods to bring out the best of their students. Some of our violin teachers also teach the cello, alto violin, bass guitar and more. If your child wants to take private in-home violin lessons, it is important to share with them that they will need to practice daily or at least several times a week and that the first two years are often a bit challenging! However, the more you improve, the more enjoyable playing this instrument becomes, and makes all the hard work worthwhile