Violin Lessons

Violin Lessons

The violin is a very popular instrument for children to learn. Its expressive tone suits a variety of musical styles and it is relatively inexpensive to start playing. We offer small group lessons which offer a fun, sociable and low-cost way to learn the violin. We also offer individual (1:1) and shared (2:1) lessons which may be better suited to some children and are happy to advise on this. As well as learning instrumental technique and how to read from a musical stave, children are also taught aural skills, simple improvisation and ensemble and performance skills. For pupils who wish to do so, there is the option to sit exams through ABRSM. Trial lessons available on request.

Violin (School Age)

1:1/ 2:1 lessons available Monday – Saturday. Please contact us for current availability

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Our newest group violin pupils are making great progress! We have started learning how to hold and use our bows. Well done everyone! Keep practicing hard! 🎻👏 🎶 ... See MoreSee Less
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We have 1 space available for a shared (2:1) Guitar Lesson on Sundays at 3 pm, Maryhill Burgh Halls. This would suit a new beginner aged 8 - 12 years. For more details please contact us! www.thegcms.co.uk 😀 🎶 ... See MoreSee Less
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Lots of lovely singing, dancing and music making in our new baby class at Cathcart Baptist Church this morning. We hope you all had fun! 🎶😊 ... See MoreSee Less
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Wonderful singing and dancing in our new Sunday Music Classes yesterday! Well done everyone 🙂🎵www.thegcms.co.uk ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Happy to be back!!! A big well done to all our children this morning in our 3 and 4 year old and P1 classes, group violin and piano lessons. We hope you all had fun 🙂🎻🎹🎵 ... See MoreSee Less
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