If you listen to very good violin players, they all sought out the best teachers to learn from.
Beginners to advanced students are welcomed
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Russia is known be one of the countries that produces some of the best violinist in the world. If you are serious about the violin, you must learn from the best! Often celebrated as the instrument sounding closest to the human voice, the violin has a special place in musical history The violin can be a difficult instrument. In part this is due to having to manage separate disciplines for the left and right hands: while the left is fingering the notes, the right is using the bow to make the violin sound. The violin has been one of the most important of all instruments in classical music, for several reasons. The tone of the violin stands out above other instruments, making it appropriate for playing a melody line. In the hands of a good player, the violin is extremely agile, and can execute rapid and difficult sequences of notes. It takes a long time and practice to get that beautiful sound you hear on Tanya’s audio and video violin clips. If you want to learn to play the violin it will be challenging and very rewarding! When you have an excellent teacher like Tanya, you will be amazed at what you can achieve in a short time. In all cases you will need to practice at least three times a week, if not five days, and be persistent. Practice can be in as little as 15 minutes a day. It is not how much you play as it is how often as you train your mind and body to be in harmony with the violin.
Tanya has a Master Degree from Musical Conservatory in Russia and graduated with honors after learning to play violin from one of the best teachers. Tanya went on to teach violin at a university to intermediate and advanced students for 27 years before coming to Las Vegas. 30 years later she still practices almost every day! Your level of commitment will determine how well you play. It is part of the learning process and if you really want to learn to play the violin properly and perhaps professionally, you will need to persevere!
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