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Violin is an incredibly popular instrument to learn, however, it is also one of the most challenging instruments to learn how to play. Don't let this deter you from following your dreams as a music student! With regular lessons, practise and help from an experienced violin teacher you will be able to play, have fun and pursue your love of music for years to come.
Here at Superprof, we've sure it's easy to find the right tutor for you. Check out our available online violin tutors and see reviews left by previous students. If you find a tutor who you really click with you could be learning and playing with them for years to come!
Maybe you're someone who already has some knowledge and previous practice playing the violin, but you lack the confidence to show off your talents in front of others. Finding the right violin teacher for you is a great way to help boost your confidence and brave the stage in front of a live audience and wow the crowd.
Online lessons, if you are someone struggling with confidence issues, is a great place to start because you can play from the privacy of your own home and develop your skills while no one is around to hear. An online violin teacher will provide you with helpful techniques to improve your playing and comprehension of music theory.
Music theory is an important part of learning how to play an instrument, online lessons could make this learning more fun and engaging! With digital video sharing platforms such as Webex, Skype and Zoom your violin teacher will be able to share their screens and helpful online resources with you.
Learning how to play the violin, like any other instrument, has been shown to help improve your long term memory, and aid the development of verbal processing skills. Even though violin can be tricky to learn, the rewards outweigh the negatives.
Learning how to read, write and play music has been shown to improve many people's sense of wellbeing and overall mood. Setting aside a little bit of time each day to practice is also an excuse for some solo recharge time, all whilst refining and fine-tuning your violin techniques.
If you are a fan and have a love for classical music then the violin could be the perfect instrument for you. As a violinist you will also have the opportunity to play with other musicians such as the:
The violin is a good place to start if you are interested in the strings instrument family, there's also nothing stopping you from picking up another string instrument one day as well! The difference between the violin and a few of these other instruments, aside from the cello and viola, don't need a bow to play.
The bow is the part of the violin which is moved across the strings of the instrument to cause vibrations that make the b of the violin. The violin bow is made up of a bow stick, and bow "hair" (don't worry, there are a lot of bow hair made from synthetic materials these days, which work just as well).
Classical music isn't the only genre violin is well known for, many modern-day ballads and rock bands love to slide in some violin solos from time to time so you won't have to learn how to play just one genre of music. This means you'll have plenty of time to explore what style of music you love playing the most.
Playing the violin will not only help you develop your long term memory mental wellbeing, but it will also help to boost your confidence. The social benefits of learning how to play an instrument are immense, you will have the opportunity to join local bands or orchestras and meet new and exciting people.
Working with your own violin teacher will allow you to develop your ability to finger, pluck and play using the violin bow. You'll also be able to learn the different positions of your hands needed to play the violin.
Learning an instrument like the violin means you'll also need to improve your music theory knowledge over time. Improving your music theory means that you'll be able to read sheet music.
Being able to read music is a skill that you can transfer across to playing other instruments in the future like; saxophone, trumpet, piano and more. As a beginner, your violin teacher will help you learn the foundational knowledge you need so you can master the basics.
If you are a year 12 student who has chosen music and violin as one of your final subjects, then choosing to work with a violin teacher outside of school time could be a great idea. They will be able to help you prepare for your end of year performance and exam, book your first lesson free with Superprof today.
If you are really passionate and just love playing the violin, then you may want to be able to play professionally in the future. As a violinist there is a number of professional opportunities and pathways you can follow:
Making new connections with other students of music will allow you to create long-lasting friendships and maybe even professional contacts for the future. Having a close network of friends and fellow musicians is a great way to continue boosting your confidence and learn from those around you.
One of the best parts of choosing to start learning violin online here with us at Superprof is that your first lesson is free! This means you can make sure that you find the right violin teacher for you, and feel good about their teaching experience and the types of online classes they can offer you.
Book your first online violin lesson with one of Superprof teachers today!
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1624 Violin teachers offer online violin classes.
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The average price for online Violin classes is $ 47.
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91% of tutors offer their first lesson for free.
Online classes are on average 20% less expensive than face-to-face classes.
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