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Rent or own your new string instrument from us at our discounted student rate. Supplies (strings, rosin, shoulder rests) are readily available.
Please enjoy this video of Anne Akiko Meyers playing "Air on a G String" by Bach on a Stradivarius violin dated 1697:
What's the difference?
There are no real distinctions between violins and fiddles, but some say it is the style of music they play. It is not common for a classically trained violinist to play folk music, but today, there are many fiddlers with classical training. -Wikipedia
Learn to play with style and confidence!
Beginner students will start with fundamentals such as learning the parts of the violin,
bowing and proper finger placement.
Our friendly instructors will help you to discover your potential for producing a good, controlled,
solid sound from the violin. A Sharp instructors present in a very understandable way so that all of our students enjoy learning to play.
We offer one-on-one private violin lessons so that students may achieve their personal goals and
progress comfortably at their own pace.
At A Sharp, we deliver the finest violin lessons in the GTA, providing students with the opportunity to
learn in a stress-free environment so that students may learn to play their violin with enjoyment and confidence.
Viola lessons are also available!
Yes, we have twice yearly student recitals :)
Violin Lessons Practice Tip of the Week July 15, 2019
While you were practicing the hard parts of your music, you may have become tense or frustrated, or forgotten to sing or play musically or with good tone quality or technique. End your practice time by playing or singing something you like that is easy for you. Relax and "perform" it for yourself, playing with your very best technique and musicianship. During this part of your practices, develop a "repertoire" of music that you feel very comfortable and confident playing or singing. Then you'll always have something ready if people ask for a performance.