Frequently Asked Questions:
By attending your child’s weekly lessons, taking careful notes, and recording your child while he is playing on his instrument, you will gain the knowledge you need to help your child learn their instrument.
We teach the violin to students of all ages and skill levels. The minimum age to begin is 4 years old.
We teach adults and children.
We recommend 60-minute lessons for our adult students (6+ years)
and 30-minute lessons for younger students. (4-5 years)
Anyone can learn to play the violin, at any age. Mastering a new skill, regardless of what it is, always
involves desire, discipline, and determination, and learning violin is no different. Your age does have a factor
in how quickly you’ll be able to adapt to the instrument. For instance, it may be easier for a child to embrace
new concepts, but older students often have an advantage in the discipline department. The key is to find the best way for you to learn to play the violin, no matter your age.
With the right resources and daily practice, you can become great at playing the violin in 3 to 5 years. But
you can pick up tunes within three months.
Generally speaking, you know if a violin fits if you can reach the notes comfortably with your left hand
when holding up the violin.
Have your child stand up straight and hold out their left arm with their palm facing upwards. Measure from the left side of their neck to their wrist. Check the length in cm or inches against the table below:
Yes, you can have your lessons online if you cannot make it to the face-to-face lesson.
We recommend a minimum of twice or more lessons per week to make your skill improve more quickly.
No need to have your own violin to take face-to-face music lessons in your first class, but in the next lesson you should have your own violin for use during lesson. so you can practice, get familiar with, and enjoy
the instrument at home.
Yes, you will be required to have your own instrument to take online lessons. We also provide a free authentic violin on full packages.
If the bow does not slide easily and produces no sound or only a faint, thin sound, then the bow hair does not have enough rosin. But if the bow is very scratchy, then it may have gotten too much rosin. After each play, you may remove the rosin from the strings and the table of the instrument with a soft cloth.
You can pay for your lessons by cash, credit card, or bank transfer.