Violin lessons provide an enriching experience, and the joy that comes from learning violin is a feeling that lasts a lifetime. Here in Cincinnati, Toedtman School of Music has an inspiring, kind, world-class group of violin instructors. We encourage you or your child to have a FREE INTRODUCTORY LESSON and experience the remarkable violin teaching available in Cincinnati.
Violin Lessons In Cincinnati: From Beginner To Experienced
Building proper technique early is an important part of violin instruction, so having a teacher who can teach correct form and finger placement is crucial. Much like establishing a well-tuned golf swing, setting this violin technique as the first step makes the rest of the tutelage easier and more effective. For this reason, selecting an experienced violin teacher will help a young musician express herself or himself more freely and naturally.
Violin is a beautiful instrument in terms of its emotional resonance and rich tone. And while we may think of it first and foremost as a classical and chamber instrument, violin works splendidly in jazz, folk music, and a wide range of pop styles. Country and bluegrass depend heavily on the fiddle as well.
Violin Teachers At Toedtman School of Music
Toedtman School of Music has marvelous violin teachers who are now accepting students. James Braid conducts the Blue Ash Symphony Orchestra, and was a first violinist with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. Tze Yean Lim holds a Doctor of Music Arts degree from CCM, and was a member of the faculty string quartet at Wright State University. Lim is currently on the faculty at Miami University in Oxford. Our newest teachers, Peter and Sarah Gorak, offer a wealth of experience. Peter received his Bachelor’s in Viola Performance at Central Washington University in 2013, and was appointed as Principal Violist in the university’s symphony orchestra for his junior and senior years. He has also gained professional development in the areas of orchestral and chamber music playing from the Brevard Music Center, Kairos Lyceum, Chamber Music Madness and Camp Nirvana. Sarah graduated from Central Washington University in 2013 with a Bachelor’s of Music Education and her K-12 teaching certification with specializations in Instrumental, Choral, and General Music. She believes in being a lifelong student so she enjoys pursuing learning other fiddle styles, improvisation, and other instruments.
For Cincinnati violin lessons, contact Toedtman School of Music, Cincinnati’s oldest private music school, by phone at 513.772.7900, or by using our online contact form.