Violin And Piano Classes

Posted by Mouridsen Rosales on April 14th, 2021

Chenxiao Chen is a third year Piano Performance student under the tutelage of Edward Neeman at the Australian National University. Hailing from Sydney, violinist Lucy completed a Bachelor of Music at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, studying with Dr Goetz Richter. Rowan graduated B.Mus in violin with honours from the ANU School of Music and also studied at the Eastman School of Music, New York. We encourage our Members to participate in the growth of our budding musicians by keeping you informed via our Newsletterand you can follow us on Facebook. We will teach you to play notes by bowing or plucking the strings. The violin teacher can also teach you different playing techniques including vibrato piano teacher and glissando. As the violin is not fretted, it is very important to develop your sense of pitch and learn correct positioning on the fingerboard. Piano teaching is Hulda’s passion and she has produced many students who excelled in their piano playing, from beginner to diploma level. Many of her students had received the AMEB Award for Excellence, first place awards in Eisteddfods, as well as very high scores in WACE music examinations. All students deserve to receive instruction from the finest music teachers available. This means PMA only selects qualified music teachers who cares about nurturing the love of music in children. Discounts are offered to all immediate family members including parents. Aspiring young performer, and recipient of the Sir Samuel Griffith Scholarship, Isabel is currently undertaking a Bachelor of Music in classical voice at the Queensland Conservatorium. After being thrown into choir in year 2 Isabel came to realise her love of music was something that was going to become a major driving force throughout her life. At Virtuosi, we believe a musical education should involve a multitude of different experiences. Throughout the school year students are invited to take part in a number of events such as student recitals, masterclasses, workshops as well as concert excursions. We are closed on Public Holidays however we operate as usual on Student Free Days. Please let us know If you are interested in attending lessons over the school holidays as many of our teachers are still available for lessons. Whether you are a hobbyist or aspiring to be a professional bass player, these lessons are for you. You can learn to play the music you like, whether you want to make your own or learn to pay covers from famous artists. You don’t have to worry that you are being taught bass by a guitarist who only plays bass part time. We cover improvisation, how to decipher chords, how to play jazz solos over existing harmonies and much more. You will learn a variety of techniques, including fingerstyle, pick use, strumming and chords. Most of our students are from the particular Primary school where the lessons are taking place. But many schools are happy to have outside students join in lessons if they are after schoolTo find out if a particular school does accept outside students feel free to contact us or check our locations page. The drop down box will let you know if that school accepts outside students or not. The playing of a musical instrument, whether alone or in a group, offers young people lifelong enjoyment and appreciation of music. There are four terms in a CYCM calendar year and 10 weeks to each term. Within each term, students have eight lessons of 30, 45 or 60 minutes with their individual tutors. At Virtuosi, we offer our advanced students the opportunity to take part in chamber music. Ensemble programs provide a special opportunity for students to socialize with one another via the language of music. Students flourish as they develop a camaraderie with their ensemble partners, a sense of responsibility to the group and pride in their accomplishments. Participants are placed with students who share a similar level of experience and ability. At Virtuosi, students can choose to participate in the AMEB examinations series. This helps motivate students by giving them a goal to work towards as well as a sense of accomplishment. At Virtuosi, we pride ourselves on our faculty's depth of study and professional experience. Our teachers have all studied music at a tertiary level with many achieving post graduate qualifications. Faculty members regularly perform at professional engagements and several have competed in competitions at a national and international level. In addition to our student recitals, some of our more advanced students will be invited by their teachers to compete in various eisteddfods and competitions held in Brisbane throughout the year.

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