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The average price of Violin lessons is€29.
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Here at Superprof, we offer a way for experienced and talented tutors to connect with those that need their help through the use of our online platform. On our website, you can view our list of tutors and the various subjects that they are offering help in.
We want to make it as easy as possible for you to find the perfect help for you and so we have a few tools available to streamline that process. When searching for tutors, you can filter by location, whether they're nearby or just online, can filter by rates, by message response time and finally, by the level of the subject taught.
On the side panel of the tutor profile, you can see if they have been verified by us. Other information on this side panel that can be easily seen at a glance is their response time to messages, how and where the lessons will be held, what subjects are taught and at what levels. Their teaching methodology and CV are also available on their profile.
No account is needed to browse our full list of tutors and to book a lesson all you have to do is create a free to use account with your email address or social media and contact the tutor.
We also have the very useful ability to leave reviews for your various tutors and to read the reviews of others, thereby allowing you to make a more informed decision on who you want to tutor you.
In all of Ireland, we have over 1600 tutors available to help and guide you in all your violin needs. We have many professional teachers and music students and graduates who have many different backgrounds and experiences in education and teaching itself. You can check their level of experience and expertise in the instrument by taking a look at their profile where all their info is attached.
On the profile, some have also attached their various musical accomplishments aiding you to find the most relevant and skilled teacher that you are looking for.
Depending on the tutor the classes can be held in person at your home or theirs' or simply online. Online classes are a great advantage as distance doesn’t have to affect your choice of tutor.
On the teacher’s profile, you’ll be able to go through their teaching methods and their previous experiences and how they did things, giving you a chance to see if it may suit your style of learning and what you’re looking for.
The average rate for violin teachers in Ireland is 29 euros an hour and the majority of the teachers respond within 4 hours after receiving a message.
Feel free to browse through the great selection and use the filters to find the price point of lessons that you are comfortable with.
Many of our tutors offer the first online lesson free so be on the lookout for that as it means you can sample what an online class is like and whether it suits your needs or not, without having to worry about the cost.
It can be very wise and useful to get a tutor in preparation for approaching exams but it is not the only good reason to get one. If you are just starting out learning how to play the violin for example. Having someone already experienced in the instrument and who have experience teaching others how to play, will be able to boost your rate of learning significantly. They will be able to do this by giving you basic pointers that will be the foundation of your learning and will make all of your future efforts much more effective.
It can be very challenging or even daunting to learn a new instrument by yourself through the use of YouTube and other resources. Some concepts and techniques can be hard to figure out yourself and having no guidance will prolong the process and could even result in you no longer being interested in learning.
With the help of a teacher and their guidance, they will be able to help you iron out your mistakes and bad habits early on, making the process much smoother in the future. Since you will have their undivided attention, they will be able to accurately gauge your progress and skill and be able to assign and suggest relevant practice exercises you can do to further aid your learning of the instrument.
The Irish fiddle has been around in Ireland for such a long time that it is to this day still an identifiable part of the culture. The first mentions of a fiddle/violin-like instrument being used in Ireland have been dated back to 1160 and with the modern violin being mentioned in use since the early 1700s.
The fiddle is synonymous with the violin, the only difference is playing style. The fiddle is often used to make fast snappy jigs and tunes and alternative techniques are more often used when playing such as string bending. Whereas a more traditional violin player will stick to the more technical ways of playing music and won’t deviate from the composer’s music.
Some examples of contemporary Irish violin players are Martin Hayes, Julia Clifford, Liz Carroll and Kevin Burke.
When doing online lessons, many of our tutors offer cheaper rates in comparison to what they would normally charge for in-person. You also aren’t constrained by location anymore! If you see a tutor that you really like the sound of but they’re just a bit too far away, well now you can still be helped by them, while not having to worry about travel distances or travelling costs.
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