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Playing and practicing violin as with every other instruments must become part of your daily routine. I use multiple text books and experience gained from many well-known orchestral conductors and players that I have had the pleasure to learn from. One of my preferred courses that we use for our violin lessons at Global House of Music is the now very famous Suzuki Method. The Suzuki Method has proven to be the most detailed and effective course available in the world for violin lesson. I places emphasis on technique and reading which combined shows the best possible result over a short period of time.
Along with the Suzuki Method I use ABRSM and Trinity musical exams to assist in music theory and gradual progress of each student.
ABOUT THE VIOLIN LESSONS
Whether you want to become the next David Garrett, Lindsay Stirling or Hilary Hahn, formal training is the best approach.
Lessons can be conducted at home, at your school or even at your office (if your boss is OK with the noise) we travel to clients regularly and with the ease of a small case for my violin, a book stand and a few pieces lessons can take place anywhere.
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Violin lessons in person and online either 45 minutes or 60 minutes depending on the level of work and the amount of theory.