Our violin lessons are for all ages and levels, from kids to teens, to adults. Our program is built with the perfect blend of education and fun. Students learn new notes and chords and how to play with others while developing the skills you need to grow into a trained soloist.

Here’s what our typical violin lessons look like:

Warm-ups– Most don’t know that violin playing can be some serious work, especially on those fingers and wrists! If you are practicing a lot, it is very important to warm up through technique exercises. We will start every lesson with quick warm ups that you can do at home while practicing by yourself.

Song work-Our violin lessons are focused on both classic and contemporary work. The best way to learn is by playing the music that inspired you to play the violin in the first place! Don’t be intimidated if you are a beginner, playing music is easier than you think. You will be surprised at what you can play in your very first lesson!

Technique and Musicianship– To grow into a better musician, we will give you some skill building work that will help you hear what is working, and how it works. These take the form of exercises, scales, chord changing, and ear training practice. We will help you build your personal arsenal of techniques and skills that you can use to solo, improvise, and even compose your own music.

Music Theory– You will learn music theory through the song, technique, and style that you are currently working on in your guitar lesson. To put it simply, we don’t just teach you HOW to play, but WHY it works. You’ll walk away with a rich understanding of music and the ability to play whatever is on your mind, with and without sheet music!

What to do when you are not here– one of the most difficult barriers to overcome while learning violin is knowing exactly what to practice. Sure, they all say, “PRACTICE! PRACTICE! PRACTICE!”, but what and how do you practice? At the end of our violin lessons, we will discuss what we learned along with why we learned it. We will let you know what you need to take home and how to practice it before next week’s lesson so that you are constantly growing.


Meet our violin instructors: Matthew, Jon

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