Violin Starters (ages 5-7)
This popular class gives beginners a great start playing violin - a beautiful, sociable instrument at home everywhere from the Royal Albert Hall to the pop charts!
137 Vanbrugh Hill, Greenwich SE10 9HP
Saturdays 10.05am - 10.50am, January 2018 - July 2018
Saturdays 11.05am - 11.50am, September 2017 - March 2018 (full)
Spring term + Summer term - 23 sessions
£276 • 6th January - 14th July
£160 deposit payable when booking; remaining £116 due one calendar month after course begins.
No lessons during half terms and holidays: 12th-18th February, 29th March-15th April, 28th May-3rd June.
For children aged 5, 6 or 7.
For beginners - no experience necessary.
A violin will be required - please see below.
Tutor - Angela Najaryan
Learn to play in this friendly group class, which covers technique, music-reading and performance skills.
In Violin Starters, children will develop confident and secure violin technique, learn how to read and interpret music notation, perform a variety of music as a soloist and as part of the group, and also compose and improvise their own music.
Short weekly practice tasks are set, so children start to build a regular practice routine from the outset, helping them to make enjoyable progress and preparing them for the regular practice needed to master an instrument.
As a two-term course with six children in a class, this course offers time and space for real progression. At the end of the course children will have a solid grounding in the instrument and will be ready to move on to small group lessons, paired or individual tuition.
A violin will be required for this course - but please don't order one until we have advised what size to get!
If you wish, you can order one from us when booking and we will supply the correct size after the first lesson.