Struggling with violin technique?
Feel like your progress is too slow?
Learn to master beginner violin technique in just 4 weeks!


Space is limited, so register now!



If you have been trying to learn to play the violin on your own, or you have taken lessons from less experienced teachers, you may find yourself with many bad habits that you haven’t been able to fix. Take Smart String Teacher’s 4-week Course and I will show you how to play properly and easily.

This course is for those who are already playing at the beginner level. You will learn how to play with proper technique, how to troubleshoot common problems, and how to sound good when you play! It’s easier than you think!

This is not your typical group lesson. You won’t just learn from me, you will learn from each other as a community, so don’t be afraid to participate fully. It will be 75 minutes of fun and you will learn so much in these 4 weeks, it will transform your playing!  And it’s only half the cost of private lessons.

Worried you might miss a class?  No problem.  Classes will be recorded and will be available to participants who need to catch up.

See the course outline below and register now!


Class Dates:  Tuesdays and Thursdays, June 2, 4, 9, 11, 16, 18, 23, 25
Time: 7:00pm to 8:15 EDT (Toronto)
Hours: 10 hrs

Fee: $250.00 USD

Class size: maximum 8 participants

Requirements:  stable internet connection with ability to use audio and video through Zoom, instrument, music stand

Space is limited. Register now!



Course Content:

Bow Hold and Bow Arm
How to hold the bow correctly and with ease.
How to bow straight.
How to fix common bow hold and bow arm problems.

Instrument Hold
How to hold the instrument properly.
How to place your fingers properly and with ease.
How to fix common instrument hold problems.

Bowing Technique
How to use different parts of the bow.
How to slur effectively.
How to execute different articulations.

How to learn scales easily.
How to read fingering charts.
How to shift to higher positions.

How to read music.
How to play in tune.
How to practice effectively.