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98 violin teachers in Switzerland

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Anna - Perroy69Fr
Trusted teacher: I offer violin classes for amateurs and professionals. I am an international concert artist, pupil of Maxim Vengerov, Master of Arts, graduate at the Royal Academy of Music in London, graduate from the International Menuhin Music Academy in Switzerland. I have over 5 years of pedagogical experience with qualifications confirmed by a Teaching Diploma and references. I offer lessons for children of all ages, can also help with the preparation of exams or simply discover the great pleasure of music through the violin. All levels. Languages: English, German, French (basic) and Polish (native) COURS DE VIOLON POUR ENFANTS, ADOS & JEUNES ADULTES • Cours particulier, pour tout niveau et tout âge, • Cours en anglais, allemand, polonais et français (notions) • Cours à domicile et à mon studio région de Genève et de Lausanne FORMATION ▪ Académie Menuhin, Rolle avec Maxim Vengerov ▪ The Royal Academy of Music, London – MA avec la plus haute distinction ▪ Université de Musique F. Chopin, Varsovie – BA et 3ème cycle avec la plus haute distinction ▪ MasterClass : G. Pauk, Z. Bron, W. Marschner, G. Zhislin, M. Ławrynowicz, B. Nizioł, M. Jaschwili ▪ Lauréate de nombreux concours : 1er prix Concours International de violon Wolfgang Marschner, Prix Haverhill Sinfonia Music Award, Prix soliste et Prix spécial du Concours international Max Reger. EXPERIENCE D’ENSEIGNEMENT ▪ Université F. Chopin, Varsovie – Diplôme d’enseignement de violon, reconnu par le système européen de formation de Bologne (pédagogie, psychologie, méthodologie, cours pratiques, répertoire) ▪ 7 ans de cours particuliers, à Londres, Varsovie et en Suisse, enfants et adolescents
Violin · Children's music
Trusted teacher: I teach motivated young and adult enthusiasts to make their passion a rewarding hobby !. I also specifically prepare young students or professionals for auditions, entrance exams at the Conservatoire / Haute Ecoles, various competitions. I have a lot of experience in coaching with excellent results on all levels, instrumental and personal. The violin is a school of life. I'm waiting for you! Respighi Award Winner 2015 (NY, USA) Irene debuted in 2016 as a soloist at Carnegie Hall in New York with the Chamber Orchestra of New York, conducted by Salvatore Di Vittorio, with the first New York performance of Dirk's Violin Concerto Brushed "Black, White and in Between". In 2016 she also had her debut in South America, with the first South American performance of Ottorino Respighi's Violin Concerto No. 1 and in the Czech Republic with WAMozart's Concerto No. 5. She has created several contemporary pieces, for example "Infal's Song" by Antonmario Semolini for solo violin (dedicated to her), "Andante mesto" by Federico Mantovani and chamber music by Richard Dubugnon. Today Irene is regularly invited to Festivals and concert series around Europe. Committed to teaching and deeply convinced of the social responsibility of art, Irene founded in 2015 POURQUOIPAS, a non-profit organization that organizes concerts, masterclasses and projects in support of a social cause. Passionate from a very young age for Niccolò Paganini (she wears her tattooed signature and she has an original letter from him dated 1831), Irene created with POURQUOIPAS an educational experience entitled "Niccolò Paganini: The Mystery": an itinerary of a time to discover the truths and mysteries of the composer's life, with a final concert. Italian violinist, Irene began her violin studies with the Suzuki Method at the age of four in Aosta. She continues her training with Marie Annick Nicolas, Pierre Amoyal, Corina Belcea and participates in Masterclass among others with Thomas Furi, Itzhak Rashkovsky, Viktor Pikayzen, Benjamin Schmid and Zakhar Bron. Graduate of the Classical High School "XXIV February" of Aosta, Irene obtained in 2011 the Master of Interpretation at the High School of Music of Geneva, in 2015 the title of Doctor in Discipline of Art, Music and Spectacles (DAMS) to University of Turin with a thesis on the biography of Niccolò Paganini and in 2018 the Master of Pedagogy at the HKB Bern University of the Arts. She currently lives in Winterthur, Switzerland, and plays a violin Giovanni Battista Guadagnini, Milan 1757, generously made available to her for private patronage.
Personal training · Violin
Trusted teacher: Profile of the teacher: I graduated from the master of pedagogy of the Lausanne University of Music in violin. I also played the piano for a few years, which allows me to accompany the students in their songs. Student profile searched: My classes are for students of all levels, beginner to advanced. The ideal starting point for the violin is to start young between 5 and 8 years old in order to develop bodily sensations more easily with the violin. If you are an adult musician, learning the violin is just as possible. Finally, if you want to start the violin without making any music beforehand, it will be important to familiarize yourself with reading notes, rhythms and singing :) Methods used: I adapt the methods according to the profile of the students. For young students, I prefer fun, illustrated methods, often with CD to accompany them. For the older ones, I try to balance between technical studies and pieces and also adapts to their request. For young children, I note the important elements seen in class and things to do in a small notebook. The presence of a parent who supervises the practice outside the classes would be optimal! Local : Recently, I prefer to teach in the living room of my apartment because I can not always move all the material available to me at home and useful during classes: play equipment, methods, studies, songs, CD, HIFI, photocopier ... Feel free to contact me for more information ! Looking forward to introducing you to the violin, Anne Sophie
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Anna
Anna is an excellent violin teacher. I highly recommend her. She’s able to convey her passion for violin in a fun and relatable way for children by teaching/practicing through games and stories. She knows how to channel my son’s energy and keep him focused by making the lessons interesting for a child. She has a really good balance between being demanding yet encouraging and positive. My 6 year old started the violin six months ago and I’m very pleased to see him enjoy playing and learning. He looks forward to his lesson with Anna every week and I’m very pleased with his progress.
Review by SOPHIE
Violin lessons from Juilliard trained concert violinist (Trélex)
Suyeon
Suyeon is an excellent teacher as he engages the student to take ownership in their learning process. She was very generous in sharing her knowledge and experience in teaching the violin. She was very attentive to all aspects of violin playing: solfège, rhythm, technique, intonation, posture, position to mention a few. She communicates clearly and gives positive feedback to the student. My son learned a lot from her in one lesson!
Review by NEJMA
Violin lessons for all Fr / Ang (solfeggio included). (Vernier)
Célia
Celia is a wonderful teacher. Really passionate and this comes across very well. She is patient when teaching and helps you get a very deep understanding of the importance of starting with the basics and then building upwards from there. I really enjoyed and will do more lessons in the future. Best, Alessandro
Review by ALESSANDRO