Find a violin teacher in Aurora, IL

Find violin teachers in Aurora, IL

Find violin teachers in Aurora, IL

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Top 10 violin lessons in Aurora, IL

Students agree: these Aurora violin teachers are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
Jerry Evans School Of Music

Jerry Evans School Of Music

New on Lessons
21+ years in business
Serves Aurora, IL
At the JESM, we offer a top-tier music education, allowing you to play the music you love while learning proper fundamentals. All of our teachers are highly qualified with their degrees in music. At the JESM, we enjoy impacting students' lives and impacting our community. We enjoy helping our students reach their potential and become the best musicians they can be. In addition, we were listed as a 2018 Best of Wheaton Nominee!
Joia’s String Lessons

Joia’s String Lessons

Offers online services
5+ years in business
Serves Aurora, IL
Khris K. says, "Joia is an excellent teacher! She has been my daughter's private violin teacher for a couple of years now. Joia knows her craft well - and is very encouraging and supportive when see is working with a student! She is also a wonderful mentor, and a person with great character. My daughter dearly loves Joia - and has grown by leaps and bounds under guidance. I highly recommend Joia for any student! " Read more
Max’s Viola Lessons

Max’s Viola Lessons

New on Lessons
5+ years in business
Serves Aurora, IL
I have 14 years of experience playing on the Viola. I just recently received my Masters degree from Michigan State University in Viola performance under Professor Yuri Gandelsman. I received my undergrad degree from Eastern Michigan University under Scott Woolweaver and Dan Foster. I have many years of orchestral experience and would love to help people prepare for auditions if needed. Depending on needs I can also help prepare solo works as long as technical etudes to help reach your goals when performing. You’ll become a better musician and will be able to apply topics learned to anything else that you play in the future. To me, it's not wo...

Your Violin Lessons questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Lessons.

How much do violin lessons cost near me?

Violin lessons cost $30 to $80 per session for classes starting at 30 minutes long or up to 60 minutes long. A private violin teacher costs $50 to $80 for an hour. A group lesson costs $20 to $30 each time.

You can expect to pay $190 to $360 every month when pre-booking violin lessons.

Are violin lessons worth it?

Violin lessons are worth it if you aspire to enhance your skills rapidly and perform for audiences. Expert tutelage in the violin can aid in cultivating appropriate techniques and tackling challenges efficiently, thus accelerating progress.

Learning violin without private feedback is extremely difficult and takes much longer.

How many violin lessons do I need?

You need as many violin lessons as it takes to reach your personal goals, depending on how good you are now, how much you practice, and how qualified your teacher is. Most folks need to take violin classes regularly for many months before they can play a basic song or read music.

Generally, it takes about 3 to 6 years to start playing many different songs quite well. If you want to play like a professional, it often takes more than 10 years of ongoing practice and tutoring.

How long are violin lessons?

Violin lessons are 30 minutes long for beginners and up to 60 minutes long on average. Extended lessons are only for advanced students, will cost extra, and are subject to the teacher's availability.

What age is best to start violin lessons?

The best age to start violin lessons is between 4 to 7 years old at the earliest, or whenever you have a strong enough focus on learning and can hold the instrument comfortably. Children need to exhibit sufficient physical coordination and concentration before they can start violin lessons.

However, adults are capable of learning and deriving pleasure from playing the violin, irrespective of their age.

How do I find a violin teacher near me?

You can find a violin teacher nearby very quickly by browsing the listings here on the Lessons website. Alternatively, you can ask for affiliated private teachers at local music stores.

  • Before hiring a violin teacher in your area, always remember to:
  • Compare the prices of at least 3 violin instructors.
  • Read what others have said about the teachers on Lessons and Google.
  • Ask them which of their past students you can talk to for a reference.
  • Get a written agreement and a lesson plan before the first lesson.
  • Follow a plan to pay a little at a time until you feel sure the teacher is right for you.

What questions do I ask a violin teacher before hiring?

Here are some questions to help you find the best violin teacher:

  • How many years have you been teaching the violin?
  • What age group of students do you prefer teaching?
  • How many degrees in music do you have, and do you play professionally?
  • Can I try out a lesson for free or with a discount to see if it works for me?
  • Do you have violin rentals at your school if I don't have one at home?
  • How much do I need to practice to reach my goals?
  • What books or sheet music should I buy?
  • Can you change how you teach to help students with special needs?
  • What kind of violin music are you best at teaching?
  • Should I expect homework to memorize?
  • What should I bring, and how long does each class last?
  • Can I get a copy of our class schedule, agreement, and how to pay?
  • What happens if I need to cancel a class due to an emergency?
  • Can I pick some of my favorite songs to learn?

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