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The violin is a string instrument, usually with four strings tuned in perfect fifths. It is the smallest, highest-pitched member of the violin family of string instruments which also includes the viola, the cello, and the string bass. An individual who plays the violin is called a violinist. The violinist produces sound by drawing a bow across one or more strings, by plucking the, or by a variety of other techniques. The violin is played by musicians in a wide variety of musical genres, including Baroque music, classical, jazz, country music, bluegrass music, folk music, metal, rock and roll, and soft rock.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8U4HvwPg8qA

main key features about this Violin, viola &
cello lESSONS

Violin, viola and cello at the VIVO College of Music have a long-standing tradition of excellence, and our outstanding strings instructors are comfortable with students of all ages and experience levels with high achievements. Students gain a historical overview of the violin, viola or cello while also gaining an appreciation of the instruments’ diversity extending beyond the scope of just classical music.

After learning the intricacies of the different parts and maintenance of the instrument, students then have to learn the proper posture and positioning of the instrument and bow. The basic principles of music theory including notation and rhythmic concepts are then applied to the instrument creating simple pieces that the students eventually perform together and solo.

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Violin lessons boost memory and mental capacities. 

Many studies show that playing the violin (alongside other musical instruments) even for just a year positively affects your brain’s capacity for memory. It can also improve your reading skills, language processing, speech and attention span. Research has found that children and teens who play the violin have stronger verbal and visual pattern abilities than those playing other instruments. Also, violinists have larger than average brains, with those parts connected to left-hand movements particularly responsive and sensitive. For children battling with psychological disorders, playing the violin even has a calming effect that helps prevent episodes. 

THE Violin, viola and cello teachers

Violin – Viola and CelloTeacher

DONI – JO – FELICITY – CHRISTINE & SAM

Our violin teachers have university degrees in their instrument and many performances regularly with Queensland Symphony Orchestras, Brisbane Pop Orchestra, Queensland Baroque Orchestra or bands. Our Violin / Viola / Cello teach a variety of styles from early music, baroque, classical to folk. They are happy to help you to become the best Violin/ Viola/ Cello player you want to be! Many of our Students have trained fundamentals of sight reading, technique and theory as well as AMEB Examinations from Preliminary to LMus, Auditions or Competitions. Their favourite songs will also be incorporated into the lessons. Our Violin / Viola / Cello teachers are friendly and encouraging and enjoy sharing their love of Violin / Viola / Cello with you!

CELLO LESSONS AT VIVO MUSIC COLLEGE

dONI

Mr Wolfenstein has had extensive experience and education in music, with particular focus on Violin in performance.
Doni has studied with Yolanta Kulaga, Brendon Joyce and mainly with Ms. Kerry Smith at the Queensland Conservatorium. ​


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FELICITY

Felicity graduated from the University of Queensland in 2019 with a Bachelor of Music (Honours) She studied cello performance at UQ and was awarded a Dean’s Commendation for Academic Excellence and a Dean’s Scholar Award. Felicity has studied cello and piano since age eight and studied harpsichord extensively.


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JOANNE

Joanne has obtained her AMusA on both violin and piano, Bachelor of
Music from the Queensland Conservatorium, and Master of Arts from the
Royal Academy of Music. She has been a freelance musician in both
Brisbane and London since 2010, and is currently a casual member of the
Queensland Symphony Orchestra and Queensland Pops Orchestra.


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SAM

Sammie was the one of students from VIVO College of Music many years ago
and now has been teaching with Vivo College of Music for over five
years. After completion of his Grade 8 on both instruments, Sammie went on to
graduate from the Queensland Conservatorium with a Bachelor of Pop Music.


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CHRISTINE

After graduating from the Queensland Conservatorium of Music
with Bachelor Degree, Christine has been teaching over 15 years from
beginners to AMUS piano students. She also has been playing the violin,
viola when she was primary school as a hobby and teaching violin, viola
for beginners.


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An individual who plays the violin is called a violinist or a fiddler. The violinist produces sound by drawing a bow across one or more strings, by plucking the, or by a variety of other techniques. The violin is played by musicians in a wide variety of musical genres, including Baroque music, classical, jazz, country music, bluegrass music, folk music, metal, rock and roll, and soft rock.

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Please visit VIVO’s office for enrolment and get the booking details, call 3344 1501 for appointment.

violin LESSONS AT VIVO MUSIC COLLEGE

important things for violin lessons

You are not alone. Welcome to the violin community!

Violin is a community. I have made my closest friends from playing violin. Once you start taking violin lessons, you’ll also meet fellow violinists as you attend local concerts or join a local ensemble. We violinists love talking about what we’re working on or what inspires us. So reach out to the community and make your voice heard, we want to get to know you! 

Check out the links below for more tips for learning violin for beginners. These are just a few of the things I wish I had known before I started learning violin. But even still, I survived the first few years of playing violin so with these tips in mind I know you will do just fine. 

need to know

  • class time: 30 – 60 minutes
  • class level: Beginner – advanced
  • Class size: One to One


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