Vera Violin Studio
Lessons and Classes
How do you get to Carnegie Hall? (Practice, practice, practice!)
It is one of the oldest musical jokes-- but it's absolutely true. Whether you want to play on a concert stage or in your school orchestra-- home practice is essential. Like a good athlete it takes strength and skills to be a good musician. Most good athletes have also had a good trainer—besides their regular coach for team practice—to help get them into condition to play on the winning team.
Here are some “training” lessons I am offering in my studio for this year. I will be offering some flexible options, Regular weekly lessons are always optimal, but here are some flexible options, to make a lesson work for you and your schedule:
Private Lessons ($25-$60) One on one sessions. Lessons should be continued weekly for optimal results, but monthly scheduling is also possible.
Group lessons (1 to 4 students). This is an affordable way to get useful study and keep a tight budget. Some “courses” we can study: Advanced Techniques, Music Rep Class (working on pieces for orchestra or auditions),
Small ensemble coaching if you have a small group who wants to perform together or learn gig material, this would be an excellent way to add music, and potentially your own extra income
Auditions: Need help getting ready for an audition? Sessions will include practice mp3s and a mock audition.
Fiddle Faddle A really fun ensemble that combines folk music and movement for a different kind of performance. (See Fiddle Faddle page for more)
Contact me through the site, or by email for more info (firstname.lastname@example.org)