Violin Lessons - By Adelin Jabrayn
















Teaching Method

I teach a combination of the Traditional Method and the Suzuki Method. Using both methods help students learn to play music aurally as well as learning note reading, and music theory.

Both methods are essential for learning the violin. Learning to play the violin incorporates many skills, which include reading music and combining rhythm with melody. In addition, it trains the ear and engages memory in a way other instruments like the piano and guitar do not.

Overall, learning to play the violin helps improve other areas of development like language,  arts and mathematics. Once you learn to play the violin it can have very rewarding effects on your mind and body. Playing the violin is said to increase coordination and manual dexterity. Psychologically, playing the violin stimulates the creation of endorphins that can lift a mood and create a feeling of well-being. Playing the violin can also be seen as a great form of meditation, which increases your ability to focus.

Some more perks of learning the violin....

Portability - You can take it anywhere with you unlike most other instruments, and anyone from a small child to an elderly person with back problems can carry one! Try that with a piano or guitar!

Sizing - It's not one size fits all, you can find a violin that fits you just right!

Cost - A beginner student violin is not that expensive compared to many other instruments that require a large spending investment.

Music reading - If the main goal of music lessons is to teach your child to read music, a violin is ideal. Violins have only four strings, making them easier to learn than a guitar. The few notes, once learned, teach the child the basics of reading notes and music symbols that can later be applied to other instruments.


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