53 violin teachers or lessons near SYDNEY NSW 2000 match your criteria
Violin Private teacher
ELIZAVETA LASKOVA Violin Russian-born Elizaveta Laskova is one of the most exciting young violinists of her generation combining a truly impressive and enviable technique with a stunning stage presence. Born in Moscow in 1990 to a very artistic family (mother, prima Ballerina, Bolshoi and father, theater director and composer), Elizaveta began violin studies at the age of seven in the Tchaikovsky Music School under Professor Sergey Kravchenko quickly winning prizes at numerous violin competitions including First Prize at the 4th International Togliatti Competition; Third Prize at the 3rd Young violinist competition (Ekaterinburg) and most importantly, second prize at the 4th International violin competition in Novisibirsk, from which world-famous teacher Zakhar Bron invited her to study in Madrid. Winning a generous fully-funded scholarship from the Albeniz Foundation, Ms. Laskova entered Bron's class at the Escuela Superior de Musica, Reina Sofia, Madrid in 2004 for what would becom
ST LEONARDS NSW 2065
$20 Singing & Instrument Lessons
Piano; Bass Guitar; Cello; Electric Guitar; Drum; Guitar; Violin; Singing; Acoustic Guitar; Music Performance
Hi I’m Julie ANZCA Associate Performer Diploma A.Dip.A. in Modern Singing, Piano and Theory of Music & Member of Victorian Music Teachers Association (VMTA) I been music tutoring over 16 years around Melbourne.
MILL PARK VIC 3082
Friendly violin teacher eager to help you exceed your goals
Violin; English Advanced; English Extension; Legal Studies; English Standard; English Studies; English
Hi, I am a university student with 5 years of experience in tutoring and mentoring other students. I am friendly and personable and not afraid to push you to achieve the very best that you can! I tailor all of my lessons to suit the goals and preferences of my student.
STRATHFIELD SOUTH NSW 2136
Enthusiastic and passionate teacher. Masters fromManhattan School of Music
Violin; Viola; Music Theory; Music Performance
Finding the right teacher and getting the right start on any instrument is essential. Whatever the goal, the enjoyment of learning comes from the enjoyment of making progress. I'm confident that I can give you or your child the best possible start to a lifetime of fun music making. I have been fortunate to study with some of the worlds best violinists and teachers, and I get great satisfaction in passing on what I have learnt and watching my students improve. Remember, both learning and teaching styles differ enormously and it’s important you find the right ‘fit’. Good luck in your search. Jonathan
WATERLOO NSW 2017
Sydney Symphony Violinist offering violin lessons to all ages!
I'm currently in my third season as a member of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. Before moving to Sydney with my trumpet-playing husband, I was a first violinist in the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra in Canada for two seasons, and before that, held a position with the Madison Symphony (USA) for 5 seasons.
BEXLEY NSW 2207
Violin; Music Theory
Want to learn how to play the violin? Need help in overcoming difficulties on this amazing instrument? Ameb or school exams? 100% results. I am here to help.
CANTERBURY NSW 2193
A teacher takes a hand, opens a mind, and touches a heart.
Piano; Acoustic Guitar; Clarinet; Flute; Violin; Music Theory; English Standard; English Studies
Let's grow and learn together. I promise to be patient and help you unlock all that wonderful potential inside.
WOY WOY NSW 2256
VOICE AND VIOLIN TEACHER
I love teaching singing and violin and can't wait to help you on your journey. Whether you are a complete beginner or have lots of experience, I would love to work with you. I teach all ages and abilities and am centrally located in Redfern NSW.
REDFERN NSW 2016
- Over 20 years experience in teaching Violin of all ages. - European trained. - Experience in preparing students for the AMEB exams.
HOMEBUSH NSW 2140
Violin; Viola; English
As a pedagogue, my role is to inspire a sense of curiosity and wonder towards music and it’s culture. While it is important to focus on technical mastery over the instrument, it is just as, if not more important, to build an emotional connection with the music that we play. This not only makes it more enjoyable for the student, it also allows for a more personal connection to develop, in turn feeding a desire to improve and excel. When teaching, you must take into account that each student is individual, and everyone has an affinity towards different learning styles. Some learn best aurally, while others may learn better by sight. Using a combination of each style is key to giving the student the best possible chance to develop as a musician. In lesson, I focus mainly on posture and general setup, as it is incredibly important for the student to feel as comfortable as possible while practicing and performing. Aural and visual based learning, which are of equal importance to me as th
SYDNEY NSW 2000