String Instrument Lessons
We can teach you to play the following stringed instruments:
The double bass, also known as the upright bass or string bass, is the largest, lowest-pitched instrument in the violin family. The double bass is a striking instrument, with an unexpectedly quiet, nuanced tenor. Although the double bass is used in classical orchestral music and popular music, it is perhaps most well-known as part of jazz ensembles.
The violoncello, abbreviated to cello, is a string instrument larger than both the violin and viola, with thicker, heavier strings and a haunting, human-like tenor. The instrument’s intriguing lyrical tone ranges from bright, high registers to warm, low registers.
It’s said that 10% of the world’s population plays guitar at some level, which would make it one the most popular things to do on earth. There are so many musical styles that the guitar makes a prominent contribution including jazz, country, classical, heavy metal and so on. At any time there are players taking the guitar to even higher standards and we’ll help you tap into your creativity.
The centuries old violin is exciting to learn as it is an instrument which produces magnificent music and evokes deep emotions. We are delighted that is one of our most popular lessons as there are many music styles and genres that have the violin as a lead or supporting instrument.
The viola is a unique and exciting instrument to learn, as it is one of the few instruments that uses the alto clef. Sitting between the violin and cello, the viola’s sound is rich and mellow, and encompasses both sweet, high registers, and deep, sonorous registers.Take on the diverse and unique viola for a truly satisfying musical journey.