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Violin Tuition across Scotland

We can find you the best violin teacher in Scotland to help you in your violin education, or if you are an adult learner, your own violin aspirations. Violin tuition is an great way to increase confidence and develop a new musical skill and hobby such as piano, violin or guitar. Please use our site to search for violin teachers near you (anywhere in Scotland) and select the one who best suits your requirements so you can start your violin tuition tomorrow!

Meet some of our Scotland Violin Teachers

Scott

Scott

Other: Teacher seminar (2006)
with musical roots in many styles and traditions, including Bluegrass, Texas swing, Gypsy swing, Scotish, Irish, and Canadian old time, so feel that I have something to offer everyone! Six years experience teaching private lessons, group lessons, and instructing at music camps. I am Suzuki trained and therefore deliver all my lessons with a focus on playing by ear. I teach from sheet music if requested, but will be work elements of ear training into...
Francesco

Francesco

Doctorate: MPhil (Composition) (2005)
in 2003, combining music theory with instrumental teaching, and adding piano tuition during my college teaching (Keyboard Skills and individual ABRSM tuition). I am currently teaching at North East Scotland College (formerly Aberdeen College). Using the Common Approach (2002) as a guide, and my teaching experience at college, I have a structured system of progression for learners, tailored to each student. My fees are proportional to the hour, thus: 1 hour (or over): £35 ;...
Jennifer

Jennifer

Piano, Violin, Music Theory
Bachelors: BMus (hons) (2017)
orchestras and the baroque ensemble. She has been teaching piano and violin privately throughout her university career in Aberdeen and has started to teach in West Lothian now. I am keen to work with pupils at a suitable pace but also to push them to do their best. I think it is important for pupils to learn a varied range of repertoire and to learn the theory and musical history behind the pieces as appropriate....
Joanna

Joanna

Piano, Violin, Music Theory
Bachelors: BA Scottish Music (2014)
14 and had a number of pupils individually and in groups. I have taught through the Feis movement for Feis Spe. Most of my teaching experience is with children, however, Im more than willing to take on adults as well. I am very patient and always open to suggestion and finding alternative ways of achieving goals should that be necessary. I'm willing to adapt to needs/ preferences of the pupil with regards to style (Scottish/...
Harim

Harim

Bachelors: 2:1 Music (2015)
environment growing in their confidence to perform as well as improving in their techniques and musicality. My approach is versatile, teaching classical, musical theatre and jazz for voice. Classical and folk for violin. Classical and pop for piano/keyboard. I believe in teaching students to become an all rounded musician so that they understand rhythms, develop a listening ear, precise technique and be able to sing/play a musical line. Students should have fun learning and getting...
Tom

Tom

Trumpet, Violin, Trombone, Tuba, French Horn, Euphonium
Masters: MMus Distinction (2010)
of professional groups including, for example, the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Belle and Sebastian and Idlewild. I currently work for Strathallan and Craigclowan schools as well as freelancing with professional groups. I also have a number of private pupils who learn various instruments. I have an enhanced disclosure from Disclosure Scotland and can provide references on request. I am extremely patient and communicate in very simple terms. I'm very positive and believe...
Katherine

Katherine

Professional: Diploma of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (Piano) / Grade 8 piano distinction / Grade 8 violin distinction (2007)
played on Martin Bennett's album, Mackay's Memoirs. I have over ten years experience teaching all ages and abilities. Flexible approach, in that lessons with each student will be different. People learn in different ways and progress at varying rates and my lessons reflect that. I think many teachers fail to teach how to practise. It is important to play a little every day and I do expect a level of commitment from my students, to...

Ronwen

Bachelors: BA, Music and Mathematics (1985)
with National 5 and Higher instrumental requirements. Helping pupils to choose and prepare their programs. I like my lessons to be relaxed and fun. All clients call me by my christian name. I use the proper, correct terms right from the beginning. Plus sometimes jovial words to help pupils remember. Practising at home is of paramount importance. If you practise, you will get better. I encourage pupils to explore the whole instrument. Having 'fun' with...
Shelagh

Shelagh

Violin, Music Theory, Viola
PGCE: Pass (1984)
violin and viola in both the state and private sector. I have rehearsed and conducted junior and senior string ensembles as well as chamber music groups. I use convential teeaching methods based on Paul Roland. I am a qualified Suzuki teacher and I very much enjoy the parent involvement that is required as part of this method.As this method is used from a early age and is an aural method it is essential that the...
Zoe

Zoe

Shotts
Piano, Violin
Other: Violin Grade 6 (2015)
teach a section of a string orchestra as an senior tutor. Every person is different to teach - but every course has the best way to approach it. With Maths, Physics and Engineering, the best way to learn is to practise problems and complex questions. It is important that everyone knows how to properly tackle a problem. With English and Music it is slightly different, as it is a more subjective subject. Here it is...

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Lowest Price Scotland Violin Tutors

  • Joanna

    Joanna, Gairloch
    Joined: 09/03/2013 | Av. Price: £13.57 p.h.
    Piano, Violin, Music Theory
    Bachelors: BA Scottish Music (2014)

  • Shelagh

    Shelagh, Peterculter
    Joined: 26/04/2017 | Av. Price: £15.20 p.h.
    Violin, Music Theory, Viola
    PGCE: Pass (1984)

  • Zoe

    Zoe
    Joined: 11/12/2017 | Av. Price: £20.00 p.h.
    Piano, Violin
    Other: Violin Grade 6 (2015)

Fastest Responding Scotland Violin Tutors

Highest Rated Scotland Violin Tutors

Newest Scotland Violin Tutors

  • Yendy

    Yendy, Inverurie
    Joined: 13/02/2018 | Av. Price: £25.00 p.h.
    Violin
    Bachelors: DEM (2016)

  • Konstantina

    Konstantina, Glasgow
    Joined: 17/12/2017 | Av. Price: £25.00 p.h.
    Violin
    Bachelors: (Hons) Violin Performance (2018)

  • Zoe

    Zoe
    Joined: 11/12/2017 | Av. Price: £20.00 p.h.
    Piano, Violin
    Other: Violin Grade 6 (2015)

Featured Scotland Violin Tutors

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