San Diego Violin classes at the Music Lux music
From the first Violin lessons our instructors program based on students goals. Starting with the very basics: learning the different parts of the instrument, correct posture for supporting the instrument and the first steps of making a pleasing sound. Parents of young beginners are strongly encouraged to be involved in the learning process by sitting in on lessons and facilitating practice sessions at home, especially if your child will be learning through the Suzuki Method. Intermediate and advanced students will work on scales, etudes and other technical exercises, as well as level-appropriate repertoire, sight-reading, aural skills, and music theory training
San Diego Violin classes at the Music Lux music
What levels do you teach?
We offer private violin and viola lessons to students of all abilities. Our instructors are experienced at teaching students from beginners to advanced.
Who are the teachers?
All of the violin, viola and piano teachers are professional musicians with Master’s degrees from Europe and Russia. We carefully select our faculty not only for their strong musical background, but also for their dedication and passion for teaching music. All of our faculty are trained in pedagogy and experienced in working with younger kids.
What is a good age to start violin lessons?
Students must be at least 5 years old to enroll in private violin/viola lessons.
Do I need a violin in order to start violin lessons?
For the first lesson you do not need a violin as we keep in stock a selection of instruments in different sizes for trial purposes. But you will need your own violin for practicing at home and you will need to bring it with you for all following lessons as well. We recommend renting a violin (which costs about $25/month) and we can guide you through the process. We advise you against buying and instrument online without first consulting your teacher.
Do you offer performance opportunities for the students?
Yes! We offer student recitals twice a year at churches and libraries around the San Diego. We also offer opportunities to perform in professional venues throughout the city. We believe that performing often is a very important aspect of a music student’s development. It teaches students how to present themselves in front of an audience, boosts self-confidence, and offers opportunities to share the joy of music making with others. In addition, performing at our recitals provides students with the opportunity to learn by watching their peers as well.
How can parents track their child’s progress?
There are many ways parents can track the progress of their child in music lessons. Talk to your child’s teacher about attending the lessons and participating in home practice sessions. If you are not able to attend the lesson or your child is older or more independent, check in with your child’s teacher before or after the lesson to hear how the session went. Some of our families have found success using daily or weekly practice tracking charts. If you think this might be a good fit for your child, talk to his or her teacher. For dedicated students who are interested in tracking their progress in a more formal way, we encourage preparation for a standardized graded testing program such as Achievement in Music exams, Royal Conservatory Method exams, or ABRSM exams.
About the Violin
In existence for over 500 years, the violin is the highest and smallest instrument of the string family. It is held by using the head to balance the instrument on the shoulder and is most commonly played by drawing a bow across the four strings. Throughout history the violin has been regarded as one of the foremost solo instruments due to its wide range of expressive and technical capabilities, and composers ranging from Bach to Beethoven, Mozart to Shostakovich have delighted in writing concertos, sonatas, and other types of solo works for the instrument. Many violinists have also written extensively for the violin as well. The most famous of these violinist composers was Niccolo Paganini, who was so virtuosic that he was reputed to have made a deal with the devil.
Violin classes schedule Mon - Sun: 12:00PM to 9:00 P. M.
Tuition: 165/month (weekly private lesson)
Tuition is charged monthly and there is no long term commitment or registration fee.
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