I am an advanced player with very little experience in the past 15 years or so. I have moved to a culturally void area in the middle of nowhere but would love to improve my playing to where it used to be.
Does anyone here give or know someone who gives lessons online via Skype or Facetime, etc.? Or have any ideas on alternatives?
Desperate for a coach.....
I don't have any direct recommendations but i know this has been discussed before and good options have popped up. Try a site search for online/skype teachers.
I have not taken on-line lessons but my adult son has - from Darol Anger at Artistworks.com. Those are "fiddling" lessons rather than "violin." Since my son has given me access to his interactions with Anger, I see how it can work and the clarity of the transmissions to and from that site.
ArtistWorks is not really lessons, so much as "post a video to eventually get back comments on it". It's not really the right choice for a student who is looking for regular teaching.
My teacher and his teaching/business partner offer online lessons and have a number of advanced students. Have a look here!
Hi guys, I've heard eikoku kaze ni afternoon tea violin solo and i want to learn it, but idk the note
Naufal, that's a question that would perhaps deserve its own thread.
As an alternative suggestion, I have been impressed by the youtube offerings of Todd Ehle (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL11E0CE9C9BEB18B0). Very straightforward, clear and lucid. Intermediate to advanced. I was able to solve a particular problem I was having with my sautillé bowing thanks to one of them.
You may want to search the site for similar threads, as there's plenty.
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