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If you are a complete beginner who is interested in picking up an instrument, most likely the first question you might be wondering is if you should learn the piano or violin first? In most cases, the piano and violin are two first choices once someone decides to learn to play. Are you one of those who cannot decide which to pick up first?
Here are some benefits of learning the violin as compared to piano:
1)Violin is a portable instrument. It is small and convenient, you can carry and practise your instrument almost everywhere!
2) Playing the violin trains your ear because you need the tune the strings and listen to every note as you play to make sure it is in tune.
3) Violin is an instrument which is more ideal for group playing while piano is more of a solo instrument. You can join the string ensemble or orchestra as soon as you learn the basics, this can be fun and a valuable experience in your music journey.
Learn from our passionate violin teachers who are well-versed in ensemble / orchestral music as well as solo repertoire for graded examinations! Students must bring their own instrument for lesson.
Individual lessons go by 11 lessons per quarter (3 months), 44 lessons a year. Every student will receive a studio calendar when they enrol.
Lesson duration usually ranges from 30mins to 60mins depending on the age and level of each student.
Beginner 4 or 5 years old : 30 mins per session
Beginner 6 years old and above : 45mins per session
Adult Beginner: 45 mins per session
Grade 1 to Grade 3 : 45 mins per session
Grade 4 to 8 : 60 mins per session
Diploma : 60mins per session
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