EmelinePrivate lessons of violin, viola and musical awakening
Private lessons of musical awakening, violin and viola (viola viola) for all ages (children and adults) and all levels (beginner, academy, amateur ...), individual or collective.
The courses are adapted to the levels and abilities of the students, according to their needs and demands.
MarieIndividual and collective violin lessons in Tamines
Graduated from a didactic master's degree at the conservatory of Liège, I propose violin lessons for all ages and all levels. I use a personalized method adapted to everyone's tastes and expectations. Knowledge of music theory is not essential to begin. The learning of reading notes will be parallel to the discovery of the instrument!
I can lend a violin to start.
Group classes are possible if you want to learn with a friend!
Contact me for more info!
Cyrielleprivate lessons of violin, viola and solfege all levels
I propose private lessons of violin, viola and solfege from the age of 5 years. I am a professor at the academy, graduated from the Royal Conservatory of Brussels (Master and Aggregation) and the Higher Music Center of San Sebastian in Spain. I teach for over 10 years, all levels and all ages.
The course is for students who want to move at their own pace, children and adults. For the youngest, I propose an introduction to the instrument through a playful pedagogy.
I move home on Namur and its surroundings
AméliePrivate lessons of violins and solfeges, from beginner to intermediate
Hello ! I offer violin and music theory classes for children and teenagers. Graduate of a certificate of musical training in a Parisian conservatory, I will teach you reading notes, rhythm, music theory, polyrhythm and give you keys to better understand the so-called classical works in a dynamic and fun way. My studies of violin at the departmental conservatory of Aulnay-sous-Bois and the regional conservatory of Rennes allowed me to live many experiences. It's thanks to my position as first violin in the symphony orchestra of Rennes that I was able to play several times at the Rennes opera. I also participated in the Proquartet project, which aimed to introduce classical music in the Parisian suburbs as the first violin of the Aulnay-Sous-Bois quartet under the supervision of an international quartet, the Voce quartet.