Lessons On The Lake Music Arts Academy has been teaching violin in Mooresville for over 15 years. The center is dedicated to the musical growth of its students as well as their cognitive and emotional development, and violin sessions for students as young as seven to adults focus on music theory, reading skills, ear-training, rhythmic reading, writing, and improvisation. Master Teacher and founder, Valerie Kasmir, holds a BA in Music Education as well as a Masters degree in Education and has been involved in music as a performer, composer, and teacher for over 25 years. Past violin students have gone on to study at UNC School of the Arts and at NC School of Science and Math, and lessons are also available for viola and cello.
Music Quarters has been teaching violin in Charlotte for almost 10 years. The group employs highly qualified instructors to guide students through the rigorous curriculum needed for learning to play the violin. Private classes are available for beginners to help them with the basics including finger position, bow control, and posture, and teachers also provide one-on-one instruction for more advanced players. All students are expected to maintain a strict routine of practice at home, and the center offers group classes, summer programs, and various concerts and recitals for performance opportunities. Students can also study viola, cello, guitar, bass, drums, piano, and voice, can rent violins and guitars, and can purchase accessories, instruments, and books at the store as well.
Boruff Violin Studio is a Charlotte-based business that specializes in violin lessons. The studio has a team of three violin instructors who are committed to helping students' achieve goals such as learning how to play a song, joining an orchestra, or competing in a contest. Violins made of real maple and ebony are available for rent in the studio. Each violin is professionally inspected and adjusted by the instructors. All violin rentals include a rosin, a case, and a bow.
Tosco Music Studio teaches violin to students throughout the Charlotte area. The center has taught hundreds of students over the past 15 years in various instruments and provides violin instruction through its network of professional teachers. Those interested in learning the violin have the opportunity to study with local Saidah Harley, or Sai the Violinist, and interested parties can contact her for rates and policies directly via the email or phone listed on Tosco Music Studio's website or simply click the link to her site. Lessons are available as well for piano, drums, and saxophone. Owner, John Tosco, provides lessons on the electric, acoustic, lead, and rhythm guitar, bass, mandolin, and ukulele, and many of his past students have gone on to have professional singer-songwriter careers.
Huntersville Music Academy offers violin lessons in Huntersville. The group specializes in private lessons for violin as well as other instruments such as cello, flute, guitar, piano, drums, and voice, and every student receives a curriculum tailored to their needs and goals. Students learn important skills of reading and ear training in an encouraging environment with violin teachers who are career musicians and educators with degrees in the field. Parents can find all instructor bios on the center's website, and Huntersville Music Academy also has a toddler/preschool music introduction program called Music for Little Mozarts as well as a program for teaching Bluegrass music for banjo, mandolin, and guitar.
Ludmila School of Music & Art has been serving the Cornelius community with violin instruction for almost 10 years. Violin and viola classes are available for small groups or individuals and focus on the proper technique for reading and playing music. The founder brings over 20 years of experience as a teacher of music, piano, and dance in both the Czech Republic and the US and seeks to make sure children can benefit from needed cultural education in today's age of technology. The school offers classes for other instruments including piano, classical guitar, guitar, and voice as well as for music theory, music history, art, dance, and acting and holds bi-annual recitals for all students to participate in as well.
Charlotte Academy Of Music is a Matthews violin learning center backed by almost 30 years of music teaching experience. The center is home to the Suzuki Strings program and offers private lessons with Certified Suzuki Instructors, group classes, bi-annual recitals, piano accompaniment for Suzuki Recitals, and opportunities to perform as CAM recitals and festivals. The academy is known as an inspiring musical community, features 12 sound proof teaching studios, a performance space, and waiting area, and is associated with the Arts & Science Council as well as the North Carolina Arts Council. The school's faculty is comprised of 20 music teachers including members of associations such as the Music Teachers National Association and the American String Teachers Association as well.
Charlotte Violin Academy provides violin instruction in Charlotte. Students as young as five can enroll in 30, 45, or 60-minute lessons at the center's home studio, and the teachers are known for being fun, supportive, and challenging. Sessions are tailored per each individual's level and goals and include teaching elements of Suzuki, Rolland, and Zweig. One of the teachers has been the Third Chair-Second Violin in the Charlotte Symphony and has been coaching the First Violin of the Junior Youth Orchestra both for almost 10 years, and the academy is affiliated with the Suzuki Association of the Americas, the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra, and the Charlotte Symphony Youth Orchestras. Interested parties receive a free introductory lesson and interview as well.