Music theory lessons in The Netherlands

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54 music theory teachers in The Netherlands

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Only reviews of students are published and they are guaranteed by Apprentus. Rated 4.9 out of 5 based on 15 reviews.

Violin and Viola Lessons (Amsterdam-Zuidoost)
Maya
Our first lesson was an exploration of the feeling of holding the viola and the bow and of playing some notes pizzicato and with the bow. Maya was enthusiastic, patient and flexible in adapting to what I could and wanted to try. Her calm approach (letting learning sink in, allowing a process of getting used to the playing and learning) made me feel very comfortable and inspired!
Review by BRITTE
violin/viola lessons with a professional teacher for all ages (Amsterdam)
Aida Alvarez
Aida is really nice and patient. She takes time to understand the level of her students and explains clearly how to play this such difficult instrument, and also she makes you feel confident when you hold the bow for the very first time. Looking forward for my next classes with her.
Review by LUCIANA ELENA
Private classical music lessons, flute lessons in Amsterdam (Amsterdam)
Sherezade
This is my son's first lesson with Sherezade. She came well prepared to give the first lesson. Good communication skills and showed genuine interest to teach my son.
Review by VIJAY

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