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ALL ACCESS PASS (Unlimited In-Person & Online Access to Live Group Classes + Free Online Resources)
Access all 4 non-beginner group classes this semester: Fiddle Class, Shifting & Scales Class, Technique Intensive (Vibrato & Tone) and Chamber Orchestra. Includes 8-week subscription to Group Class Resources and much, much more.
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Absolute Beginner Violin Method Book 1 eBook
If you have never touched a violin before, or are back after a long break, this book is perfect for you. It is a method for adults with a busy schedule who can't spend hours a day practicing. The songs and exercises you'll be learning are the core skills you need to focus on for the fastest progress. This book is filled with fun and easy multi-level duets, making it perfect for group classes, private lessons, and self-guided learning while practicing to the accompanying online videos. Antoinette Ady has been teaching violin for over 11 years. She has searched to find the most fun and effective ways to teach adults violin. This method is the result of that research.
Deciphering Sheet Music Crash Course eBook
This eBook is for violin students who have never studied sheet music before, or who are confused by beginner sheet music. The first step is understanding the definitions of the symbols. Just like words have definitions, so too do symbols. Each one has a precise meaning, and once you understand it, your worried world of music reading will never be the same again.
Learn Every Note PDF Lesson
"Chromatic" means moving in half steps. As you move through every single note on the violin, string by string, you will never again question what note you are supposed to play, and what finger you are supposed to play it with. Achieve total confidence with every note on the staff in first position. This lesson is for late beginner to early intermediate violin students.