CK Violins handles violin lessons in the Honolulu area. The group provides a trusted network of highly qualified teachers for private violin lessons including Suzuki and Japanese-speaking instructors, and parents can find contact information along with some website links directly on CK Violins' website. The owners are both professional musicians from the Honolulu Symphony with top music degrees and have been selling, renting, and repairing string instruments and accessories for 22 years. The company services violins, violas, and cellos for local students as well as musicians in the Honolulu Symphony, the Hawaii Symphony Orchestra, and the Honolulu Youth Symphony, and a list of organizations and schools the company has supported can be found online. Trade-in and appraisal services are also available, and customers can always contact the store for appointments outside of its normal business hours.
Honolulu, HI(808) 589-1188
Colin Matthew Belisle, M.M., G.D. brings over 15 years of teaching experience to violin instruction in the Honolulu area. Lessons incorporate both Suzuki and traditional methods and utilize various other aspects as a student grows such as music theory, body mechanics, Alexander Technique, and The Feldenkrais Method. All violin and viola sessions are tailored per an individual's age, level, and goals and can be 30, 45, or 60 minutes long with 90-minute sessions for advanced students available by audition only. Colin Belisle graduated from the New England Conservatory, is a member of the Hawaii Symphony Orchestra, and has taught and worked with students at schools and in youth orchestras across the country. Mr. Belisle is also a member of the American String Teachers Association as well as the Music Teachers National Association and is a registered teacher with the Suzuki Association of the Americas.
Honolulu, HI(617) 818-1524
JMJ String Studio, LLC brings over 25 years of violin teaching experience to Honolulu students. Violin and viola lessons are available for children as young as six all the way up to adults, and sessions incorporate the Suzuki method as well as traditional French learning techniques with a focus on increasing self-esteem and confidence via positive reinforcement. Owner and teacher Jean-Michel Jacquon studied at Lyon National Superior Music Conservatory and has performed over 2400 concerts in Hawaii including with the Honolulu Symphony, Hawaii Opera Theater Orchestra, Ballet Hawaii, and the Hawaii Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Jacquon is Director of the After School Strings Program at Le Jardin Academy and is a member of the American String Teachers Association, the Suzuki Association of America, and the Music Teachers National Association. Past students have won auditions for the Hawaii Youth Orchestra for almost ten years as well as university scholarships and other recognitions.
Honolulu, HI(808) 227-8690
Kailua Music School teaches violin in the community of Kailua. Students from beginners to advanced players can sign up for violin lessons focused on learning theory, technique, improvisation, and performance, and brief bios, as well as rates, can be found for instructors on the school's website. Lessons are also available for other string instruments such as viola, cello, harp, and bass along with piano, ukulele, guitar, voice, woodwinds, brass, and drums, and students have the opportunity to perform live at recitals as well. Kailua Music School follows the motto of "Get some music in your life!" and is dedicated to building a community of art, technology, and culture via musical education and events and also offers an air-conditioned rehearsal space as well as a recording studio with sound engineer.
Kailua, HI(808) 261-6142
Manoa School of Art and Music, LLC offers violin lessons in Honolulu and is backed by a history of almost 30 years in music instruction. The Conservatory promotes all music learning as a way for students to connect with their humanity and develop a deeper appreciation for beauty and life, and violin lessons are available as well as lessons in piano, voice, guitar, ukulele, cello, clarinet, and flute. Rates are listed online for 30-minute sessions, and students perform in four recitals each year. The Conservatory holds a 90-seat auditorium and a 100-seat auditorium for recitals and events, and the northern Italian style complex is regularly rented for weddings, hula, ballroom dancing, and other occasions. The center also offers various art courses for children and adults.
Honolulu, HI(808) 779-5363
S&W Violin Studio has been teaching violin in Honolulu for over 20 years. Lessons for children and adults cover note reading, rhythm, intonation, sound development, phrasing, and style, and students can also be prepared for events such as Hawaii Youth Symphony auditions, college scholarship auditions, and various competitions. S&W Violin Studio holds recitals as well for all students to perform. The studio promotes violin learning for its musical benefits as well as a way to increase memory, coordination, concentration, and organizational skills, and the teachers are graduates of Yale University and the New England Conservatory with impressive resumes, which can be reviewed online. The husband-wife team both perform with the Hawaii Symphony Orchestra, utilize traditional and Suzuki methods, and can teach in English and Mandarin. Lessons are available for viola and fiddle as well, and past students have won the Honolulu Symphony Concerto Competition.
Honolulu, HI(808) 772-6837
Masaki School of Music teaches violin to the residents of Honolulu. The center dates back over 55 years and aims to educate students in violin and other forms of music so that they can share their gift with others around them and show how powerful music can be. Lessons are available for violin, cello, piano, guitar, voice, chamber music, music theory, and ear training, and interested parties should fill out a form on the school's website to connect with an appropriate teacher. The school provides regular opportunities for students to perform and also holds master classes and concerts by teachers, advanced students, and guest artists. Individuals can also read about the late founder, Ellen Yasuko Masaki, who taught piano to thousands of students who would go on to win numerous awards and accolades over the years.
Honolulu, HI(808) 593-9395
Violin And Viola Lessons Hawaii brings over 25 years of professional playing experience to violin students in Honolulu. Lessons are available for age four on up to adults, emphasize a solid foundation, sound quality, and proper technique, and are customized to each individual player to help them best connect to their art and reach their goals. Scheduling is flexible, and interested parties can request a free, no-obligation lesson to see if the instructor is a fit. The teacher, Dr. Carlo Andrea Malanima, received his National Doctoral Diploma from the Italian Conservatory and an Advanced Certificate in Music Performance from the Juilliard School in New York as a Fulbright Scholar. Dr. Malanima is a member of the American String Teachers Association and has performed around the world with renowned soloists and conductors during his extensive career.
Honolulu, HI(808) 497-2847
Violin Artistry Studio serves the Honolulu area with violin instruction. The school bases its lessons on the Suzuki method and accepts violin students as young as three years old. Parents can read through an extensive page for beginner students on Violin Artistry's website as well as information on the Suzuki method. Daily practice is rigorously enforced, and parents are expected to actively be a child's "home teacher" with required reading for parents of books listed on the site before any lessons begin. Director and owner, Dr. Nikki Routman Ebisu, can teach in both English and Japanese, performs with the Hawaii Symphony Orchestra, and is a registered instructor with the Suzuki Association of America. Dr. Ebisu's extensive career can be reviewed on the center's website as well, and her students have won numerous accolades including at the Hawaii State String Competition and the National MTNA Junior Artist String Competitions.
Honolulu, HI(808) 721-1322