Advanced violin courses
The London Violin Institute is undoubtedly the most suitable violin academy for adult amateur violinists who want to study with an expert and take their violin playing to the next level.
You are probably dreaming of interpreting Mendelssohn’s concerto as beautifully as Itzak Perlman or Mozart’s concerti as exquisitely as Hilary Hahn. Still, you are struggling to find out why your interpretation is not as excellent, and you do not know how to resolve some technical issues.
At The London Violin Institute, you can be assured to benefit from the guidance of the most excellent violinists and violin teachers. They will know how to help you solve any technical or musical issue you may have. You will surely be surprised to see how quickly you can transform your playing thanks to the tips of a professional.
Master Bach, Paganini, Schubert and Franck thanks to the guidance of an expert
At The London Violin Institute, we will be delighted to help you improve whatever the composer or pieces of the repertoire you are interested in studying. We can also support you immensely should you wish to do a total make-over of your violin techniques. We will always teach you in a manner that suits your personality and current ability.
As an advanced violin student at The London Violin Institute, you will:
Benefit from the most excellent violin lessons for adult amateur violinists available in London and the United Kingdom
Study in a fantastic environment entirely dedicated to adults
Learn the secrets used by the world’s greatest violinists
Improve your violin playing tremendously thanks to the support of an outstanding violin instructor
Meet like-minded friends of music and be invited to attend chamber music classes should you be interested
At The London Violin Institute, we are always happy to meet and help all violin lovers who wish to develop their violin playing and reach a high-performance standard.
We are pleased to welcome all adults at our lovely premises in the City of London at any time during the year. There is no specific date for you to start your course and your lessons can take place at a suitable time for both your instructor and yourself.
The London Violin Institute invites all violin enthusiasts to study in a wonderful environment with outstanding violin instructors who specialise in teaching adults.
Our violin lessons for adults take place weekly on a set day and time at our lovely premises in the City of London.
The lessons are provided for either 30, 45 or 60 minutes, and our violin courses can be joined at any time during the year.
As various slots are available, please contact our manager Stefan at email@example.com to select the most convenient day and time for you.
As all our violin lessons for adults are highly personalised and tailored to the needs and wishes of each, you are welcome to decide whether you would like to sit the ABRSM or Trinity graded examinations.
We totally understand that you play the violin for your pleasure and enjoyment so this decision is totally optional.
We do not follow a set syllabus but rather adapt to each of our students as everyone is different and requires special attention.
We require an initial three-month minimum commitment as studying for a shorter period would not be beneficial for you. After this initial period, your violin course will continue as per normal on a rolling monthly basis at a set time and day.
In case you need to stop your course, we do require a month’s notice.
You are also most welcome to book additional improvement or intensive lessons should you want to make faster progress or prepare for an examination or performance.
If you want to do longer weekly sessions such as 90 or 120 minutes per week, please do ask and we will do our best to arrange a course tailored to your requirements.
Frequently asked questions
How to enrol
It is very straightforward to enrol at The London Violin Institute by either contacting our manager Stefan Joubert directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or via our contact form. We will endeavour to get back to you within one or two working days.