Violin Lessons

£14.00 per lesson

Whether you're picking up the violin for the first time or revisiting after a break, our experienced tutors can guide you towards mastery of your beautiful instrument.

Lessons are individually tailored to help you meet your goals and cover everything from music theory to technique and how to care for your instrument.  

Work towards exams or play for your own enjoyment, the violin brings peace to all that hear its uplifting tones.  

Violin Classes

Violin classes are a new addition to the Sutton Music Academy and currently take place on Friday Afternoons/Evenings.  

Group classes cater for 3 students at a time.  

Lessons run for 11 or 12 weeks in school term time, with a week off for half term. 

Payment for the full term needs to be made before the first lesson.   

For more information or to register your interest please send us a message.

Violin Tutors

Jocelyn Coates

Jocelyn began learning the violin and the viola at a young age.  She grew up playing in multiple local orchestras and attending holiday chamber music courses, as well as gaining a position in the National Children's Orchestra of Great Britain.  She developed a love of ensemble playing.  When studying for her Bachelors degree in Music at King's College London, she  continued playing, joining the Symphony Orchestra and playing in String Quartets and other ensembles.  Following this, Jocelyn gained a Masters in Composition from City, University of London, and a Postgraduate Diploma in Performance from Trinity Laban Conservatoire.  

Jocelyn has a portfolio career including performing, composing, and teaching.  She is a member of a barn dance band, playing for events in London and the Southeast, and enjoys teaching the violin at Sutton Music Centre and privately.  In her teaching she works to build good technique and knowledge of theory, so as to increase the enjoyment that playing the violin can bring.

Setareh Mood

Setareh combines her passion for playing the violin with her experience as a yoga practitioner and teacher to give students a unique understanding of their musical potential.  

Understanding how breathing influences our performance is a crucial part of becoming a natural performer.  Working from the principal that the body is our primary musical instrument, Setareh goes beyond notes, teaching optimised technique and helping students express themselves completely through the violin.     

 

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