Violin Lessons In The Comfort Of Your Home
- No fighting traffic, we come to you!
- Lessons offered 9am-9pm, 7 days a week
- Experienced, knowledgeable, passionate teachers
- Lessons for all ages and skill levels
- 30-60 minutes sessions
- Your availability is our priority
- Free recitals
You know it’s time to get the children started with in-home private music lessons. Maybe the lessons are for you, how about the whole family? You’re smart enough to know that music lessons are important but what about finding a teacher? Do you call a music store? Will their teacher be right for you? Then there’s the getting there; the traffic, hauling the kids back and forth, what about dinner? Yeah – Right! Like that’s going to happen. You don’t need lessons with just any ol’ teacher, especially a task master, intimidating, practice demanding monster that bores students. What you’re looking for is an engaged, fun, well-educated, motivational, big smiling and super excited personality that loves teaching Music. A teacher who makes lessons fun. You already know what you need. You need Lessons in Your Home-the music teachers who come to your home or school to teach fun, private music lessons. Their teachers constantly think of great ways to motivate every student. They turn students into dazzling musicians ready to break out a song and share their talents with the world. Now you’re saying “Hey, this could work” Lessons in your Home teaches piano, guitar, voice, violin, in fact they teach every music instrument you could think of. Getting started is as easy as 1,2,3.
- Give Lessons in your home a call or email
- They’ll ask important questions about each student ensuring a teacher that’s best for you
- Schedule and start your lessons. What are you waiting for? Start Lessons now with Lessons in Your Home!
Get Private Violin Lessons Across the Nation With Our Violin Instructors
Olivia Skaja (b. 1998) has been playing the violin since age nine, first starting in her local strings program in northern Minnesota. She has studied with notable teachers including Francesca Anderegg, Nathan Cole, Natsuki Kumagui, and Alex DePue. She attended St. Olaf College, where she received her Bachelor…Read More View All Teachers
Richard Quan picked up the violin at the age of six and has been playing the violin for 11 years, with a teaching experience of 3 and a half years. Richard is currently attending University of Washington, Bothell. Richard is fluent in English, Chinese (Mandarin), and Korean. He is a soloist who concentrated o…Read More View All Teachers
Vanessa began her violin study with the Suzuki method at the age of 6. She continued to play with her grade school and then with her high school in Illinois. Growing up, she had to face many changes and challenges that were difficult to handle. This was when she realized her deep connection with music.
Nicholas Johnson is a current student at The University of Colorado at Boulder, pursuing a dual degree in music education and Cello performance. His experiences in music include playing in organizations such as the Colorado Honor Band Association on Clarinet, and Denver Young Artists Orchestra on Cello. He ha…Read More View All Teachers
Barbara is a musician that recently moved to Seattle from Italy. She started learning violin at young age. Her grandmother was a piano teacher and she has always been surrounded by music and musicians. She attended the Conservatory of Milan between 1992 and 1995, graduating in Music Theory and Complementary P…Read More View All Teachers
New York native Seth Bixler is a violinist and educator currently based in Washington DC. An enthusiastic chamber musician, he has premiered chamber works with and plays as a member of the Virga Quartet. Having recently graduated with a doctorate degree in violin performance and pedagogy from CU- Boulder, Bix…Read More View All Teachers
Amy Sullivan has been studying piano since age 6, viola since age 8, and singing since she first discovered the magic of music as a young child. Studying with various teachers both privately and in masterclasses from around the world (Germany, Russia, Norway, etc.), she cultivated her abilities through carefu…Read More View All Teachers
Jonathan Andino is a Honduran native violinist who began his musical studies at the Victoriano Lopez Music School in his birth city of San Pedro Sula. After graduating as one of the top string players in the school, he began his professional career as a chamber musician for the SPS chamber orchestra, just bef…Read More View All Teachers
Dallas native and violinist Ella Loman is both a deeply passionate performer and a highly enthusiastic educator. An eager learner from the start, Ella began her studies at the age of four after her parents could no longer ignore her persistent desire to play violin and decided to put her in violin lessons. By…Read More View All Teachers
Katie Gu began her first musical steps with the general music program at West Valley Elementary in California. With 6 active years of piano experience, growing up, she joined the Crystal Children’s Youth Choir and toured in several states for 6 years. In 4th grade, her sister’s old clarinet was handed down to…Read More View All Teachers
When you call Lessons In Your Home…
After answering any questions you might have, we’ll pair you with a local teacher that best matches your age, schedule, skill level, and goals.
… and then we’ll schedule your first month of lessons!
First Lesson Guarantee — If you don’t LOVE your first lesson we can pair you with a teacher that better fits your situation. Or you can even cancel and pay us nothing.
What Families Say About Us
Why Take Violin Lessons?
The violin is one of the most famous and beautiful-sounding bowed stringed instruments in history, dating back to the early 15th century. Violin is particularly popular today because it’s famous in culture, cinema, and orchestra plus it’s rewarding to play. You can play violin in a variety of settings, from school bands to church choirs to chamber ensembles! It’s never too early or too late to start, and here at Lessons In Your Home we love to help children get started on the right foot with violin.
If you’re considering enrolling your child into violin lessons, the violin is a world-renowned instrument to learn. The benefits of playing the violin includes improving a child’s ability to focus, giving students a sense of confidence, helping learners develop finger and arm dexterity, teaching students to express themselves, and most of all provide lovely sounding music for years to come. This is a talent that will spill over and improve skills in other areas of life throughout their teenage and adult years, and it’ll allow musicians to explore a wide variety of music styles and genres.
The Best Violin Teachers
At Lessons in Your Home, we have some of the best violin instructors for children! All of our teachers are experienced, professional violinists who also have a passion for teaching and encouraging kids. Many times kids can get discouraged when first learning an instrument, but our process makes learning the violin fun, easy, and rewarding.
We develop a custom plan for every child so success is almost guaranteed. Our plan takes into account your child’s learning style and incorporates consistency in practice, achieving quick milestones for a sense of accomplishment, and making sure they have fun in the process. We also know families have busy lives, so our teachers come to you. No more fighting traffic or stress to get to your lessons! If you’re ready to start violin lessons, contact us today so we can pair you with the perfect teacher.
Violin Lesson FAQs
Students start violin from different ages – some even as early as 3! There’s a lot to consider and every child is different, but we’ve seen that the ideal age to start violin lessons is between 5-7. At this age, children are able to properly hold an instrument and they’re able to focus and practice. It is still possible to enroll kids as young as 3 or 4, but it may require more supervision and support when first starting.
Considering there are people who dedicate their entire lives to learning an instrument, it’s possible to continue learning forever. What’s most important is that students enjoy learning and progress in a way that’s meaningful to themselves. Within the first year, a student should have the opportunity to play in a recital or concert.
If you’re involved with any recitals or the school orchestras, learning will be even faster and your child will develop more and more confidence playing violin.
The most important thing to have to start violin lessons is a violin and a bow! As far as buying or renting one, our team can consult you on what’s best when starting out. Here are some other items to consider, and again your instructor will help you get started:
- Violin case
- Rosin for bow hairs
- A shoulder and chin rest
- Pencil and notebook for taking down notes during lessons
- A music stand and comfortable chair
For those starting violin lessons, students can rent violins to get a feel for the instrument and lessons for the first couple months. In addition, renting a violin can help beginner students size up as needed, especially for younger and still-growing students. Buying a violin, on the other hand, is special! If you want to learn more, check out our guide on renting vs buying a violin.
When choosing the right violin size, you can measure the length between the neck and wrist to choose the right size. See below for recommended violin sizes per arm length:
- 1/8 Violin – minimum of 16” arm length
- 1/4 Violin – minimum of 18” arm length
- 1/2 Violin – minimum of 20” arm length
- 3/4 Violin – minimum of 22” arm length
- 4/4 Violin (full-size) – minimum of 23” + arm length
When in doubt, our violin teachers can help you with selecting the right size!
Practicing even as little as 15 minutes a day is enough for beginners! The key is practicing daily and consistently, versus a ton of time once a week. There is no hard set rule because everybody learns and practices differently. Your violin teacher will help your child come up with a practicing plan that works uniquely for them.
Sure can! While most left-handed violinists learn to play the violin using their right hand for bowing, playing with your left hand is possible through a special left-handed violin, a mirror image of a regular violin.
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