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Charlton Park

Violin Teacher South East London | Violin Lessons Greenwich

I am an experienced and enthusiastic musician, and a positive and encouraging teacher. My passion for music is matched only by my desire to guide others and share with them the enjoyment I get from my profession. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Violin - although standard classical repertoire is my main area of expertise, I am versatile and have basic knowledge of some folk techniques.

West Hampstead

Victoria - West Hampstead - Violin

Hello! I am a soprano and violinist based in North London who is passionate about helping students to reach their full potential and develop a lifelong love of music. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I principally teach singing; however, I also teach the violin and Music Theory. - Tell me about your qualifications.

West Hampstead

Georgina - West Hampstead - Violin

My aim is to guide students into developing their playing at their own pace in a fun and relaxed environment. I teach both adults and children, those who wish to learn for fun, or others who wish to progress towards ABRSM exams or concerts.


Sebastian - Hendon - Violin

teaching is a skill acquired over many years...with the guidance of a good teacher a student will progress much quicker, especially with practice and perseverance.... - Which subject(s) do you teach? classical,,jazz,rock,blues and pop, styles.....classical music theory/composition.....teach for exams with abrsm,trinity,guildhall,rockschool institutes. - Tell me about your qualifications.


Emily Blogg Violin Teacher Tutor Stroud Gloucestershire

Music not only trains our brain in a universal language but releases our expression where words fail us. Music is the perfect combination of exercising our mind whilst expressing our heart.

St. Pancras

Ana - St. Pancras - Violin

I love listening to music, playing and teaching the violin. My intent is to share my knowledge and encourage musical education. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Violin - Chamber Music - Music Theory - Tell me about your qualifications.


Christina - Catford - Violin

I am an enthusiastic young person, with a great deal of experience in Bassoon and Violin playing and in traditional fiddling. I have experience in teaching both privately and in the classroom.

Central Bristol

Violin Teacher in Bristol - Katie Wilson

I graduated from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 2005 having received a BMus Hons in violin. Since leaving I have also played for artists including Guy Johnson, and Ilya Gringolts. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Violin and Viola - Tell me about your qualifications.

Wembley Central

Natalie - Wembley Central - Violin

I am a very enthusiastic, patient and confident individual, in both performance and teaching. I hope to encourage more students to learn the bassoon as, from experience, this can open up doors to fantastic opportunities.

London Bridge

Lauren - London Bridge - Violin

I am a professional violinist recently graduated with a Master of Arts degree from the Royal Academy of Music. I am a dedicated to nurturing each of my pupils playing and encouraging them to grow as a musician. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I am looking for students of all ages who are ambitious to study the violin. I aslo teach chamber music and theory. - Tell me about your qualifications.

Westbourne Park

Violin Teacher Maida Vale, Little Venice Violin Lessons

Are you looking for a violin teacher who makes violin lessons both productive and fun? A concert violinist is offering high quality tuition for students of all levels, from age 6 with no upper limit. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Violin Music theory Music history - Tell me about your qualifications.

Crouch End

Stephen - Crouch End - Violin

I am a very friendly and reliable teacher with extensive experience at all ability levels. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Violin Viola Music Theory Academic music including GCSE + A-level support Preparation for scholarships, music college auditions, university interviews - Tell me about your qualifications.


Sarah - Fulford - Violin

Hi, I'm Sarah, a friendly and enthusiastic music teacher in York. I love to find the individual way in which each student connects with learning music. I'm a music student myself, and I try to fill every tiny corner of my life with music. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach violin, viola and piano, in addition to music theory. I can also tutor GCSE and A-Level Music, including composition.


Violin Teacher in Highgate - Anna Curzon

I enjoy engaging with children and teenagers on all levels, and sharing my love of music. I am a professional violinist and teacher, and seek to provide exciting, rigorous and musical lessons. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach the violin at all levels, and the viola up to grade 5. I also teach music theory and can provide coaching for aural exams. - Tell me about your qualifications.


Claudia - Rotherhithe - Violin

I'm a violinist and music educator from Austria. I just finished a postgraduate course for baroque violin at the Royal Academy of Music. As a passionate and dedicated teacher I would be delighted to work on your musical skills! - Which subject(s) do you teach? My main subject is violin. I'm also experienced in teaching viola and the piano.


Sophie - Caerau - Violin

I recently graduated from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. I enjoy teaching students of all ages and I believe learning to play a musical instrument should be an enjoyable experience. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Violin, viola and piano beginner to grade 8 - Tell me about your qualifications.

East Dulwich

Kaarin - East Dulwich - Violin

I am looking forward to passing on the knowledge and passion for music I have gained from inspiring world-class teachers. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I mainly teach the violin but I can give advice on aural, practical musicianship and history of music as well. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have graduated from Tallinn Music High School in Estonia.


James - Rusholme - Violin

I am a classical violinist based in Manchester and am enthusiastic about teaching students of all ages and abilities. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I offer one-to-one violin lessons, beginner piano (up to grade 5) and can also provide coaching in ABRSM Music Theory and aural preparation for grade exams. - Tell me about your qualifications.

London Bridge

Heather - London Bridge - Violin

Hello! I am passionate about music and working with young children. Please get in touch if you are interested in lessons around London. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach violin and classical guitar. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have a BA in music from American University in Washington, DC and an MA in music therapy from Roehampton University.


Julian - Pimlico - Violin

I'm a violin and viola player living in central London with a passion for teaching at all levels. I also work as a freelance player with various orchestras, chamber ensembles and shows in London. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Violin and viola - beginner to advanced. - Tell me about your qualifications.

Central Birmingham

Rachael - Central Birmingham - Violin

I am currently in my third year of my BMus Hons degree at Birmingham Conservatoire studying the violin with violinist Dr Rimma Sushanskaya. I live in Birmingham City Centre.

Northwick Park

Katarina - Northwick Park - Violin

If you would like to improve your skills or learn as a complete beginner - do not hesitate to contact me to arrange a trial lesson. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach classical violin, baroque violin, viola and piano. - Tell me about your qualifications.


Susan - Tweeddale - Violin

- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Violin, Viola, Piano, Piano Accordion and Theory of Music. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have three degrees, BA (Hons), Mmus and MPhil. - How much do you charge? I charge £22 an hour although most pupils opt for half hour lessons once a week. - Where do you teach? I teach mostly at home but am willing to travel locally if it is required.


Katarina - Nunhead - Violin

My aim is to teach music in a fun and relaxed environment and to create a rounded musician. I am willing to prepare students for ABRSM exams, concerts and competitions or to teach students just for fun at their own pace. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Piano, Violin, Singing and Grade 1-5 ABRSM theory. - Tell me about your qualifications.

Royal Tunbridge Wells

Martin - Royal Tunbridge Wells - Violin

I have performed at the highest level in Orchestras and small Chamber Groups. I have always enjoyed teaching and am committed to helping each student reach their full potential whilst making playing an instrument an enjoyable experience. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Violin, Viola and Chamber Music as well as Music Theory. - Tell me about your qualifications.


Krisztina - Waterloo - Violin

Anyone can play the violin! I believe there is no any skill what we could not improve. I think when you play music you actually express your personality and your thoughts that is the real benefit and playing on instrument just a tool. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach the violin, viola, music theory, Kodaly method. - Tell me about your qualifications.


Miranda - Eccleshall - Violin

A friendly and efficient tutoring service - Which subject(s) do you teach? Violin, Viola, English, Maths, Music, SEN, Law - Tell me about your qualifications. Level 3 TA qualification Grade 8 Violin merit Grade 7 Viola distinction GDL Law Commendation BA English and Music 2:1 A Level Maths A - How much do you charge? £25. I prefer to teach from home.


Alice - Withington - Violin

I am a young professional violist and violinist with a passion for teaching any age and ability. I believe that music can be enjoyed at any level, whether you wish to aim for something in particular or simply have fun. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach the violin, viola, piano and .


Flora - Harringay - Violin

Whether playing music is completely new to you, or something you used to do but no longer do, or something you have been doing for many years I hope I can help you learn more about violin playing, and above all, have fun making music! - Which subject(s) do you teach? Classical violin Eastern European styles of fiddle playing Basic improvisation and learning by ear Basic baroque violin...

Queens Park

Lottie - Queens Park - Violin

I am an enthusiastic and committed teacher with over 12 years' experience in a wide range of subjects. I am primarily a vocal and instrumental teacher but am also able to teach academic music, science and mathematics. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Voice Singing Piano Violin Viola Music Theory Biology Chemistry Physics Mathematics Music - Tell me about your qualifications.

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

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1 year ago
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Learn to play the violin easily

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