The violin is a string instrument which has four strings and is played with a bow. The strings are usually tuned to the notes G, D, A, and E. It is held between the left collar bone (near the shoulder) and the chin. Different notes are made by fingering (pressing on the strings) with the left hand while bowing with the right. It has no frets or other markers. The violin is the smallest and highest pitched string instrument typically used in western music. A person who plays the violin is called a violinist.
In general, the classes are carried out by 1 to 1 class. Once student reached a certain standard, we could arrange them for related examination under ABRSM, Trinity London College, IMEB, etc. Special concert will also be organized to boost the students confidence prior to the examination. Other that that, we also provide adult class.
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