Providing Violin Lessons in Portland with a caring and unique approach
What makes violin lessons at the Eliason School of Music so unique?
Students enrolled in the violin lesson program start lessons using the Suzuki method combined with a unique 7 Step Method for Tone Production developed by Brian Eliason. This combination method allows the teacher to immediately pinpoint what is wrong in a students tone, show the student through simple exercises how to strengthen that weak area, and as a result immediately improve the overall tone from the instrument.
Why should you get violin lessons at the Eliason School of Music in Portland?1. Complete Instruction. A fun, unique method that combines note reading with playing by ear, allowing learning to happen naturally and with ease.
2. Experience. All of our violin teachers have degrees in Music and at least seven years experience.
3. Choice. Learn what you want to on the violin. Lessons in Classical, Pop, Jazz and more.
4. Performing Opportunities with free recitals twice per year.
5. Top Rated Violin Lessons Provider. We are awarded "Best of Thumbtack" and a 5 star Google rating.
6. Low Pressure. Try a violin lesson before you enroll, stop at any time.
7. Convenient. We are close by and we also have in home private lessons available.
With violin lessons at our school in Portland students get to enjoy the pleasant tone from the violin sooner and with less effort. Once students have learned how to create a beautiful sound from the violin they continue to play through book one of the Suzuki method and further strengthen these positive habits of play. Allowing students to play lots of songs with a beautiful tone, helps them get to know the violin and as a result, they enjoy playing every day.
Once students have created strong positive habits of play in their violin lessons then the lesson focus will shift more to learning scales, sight reading and musical theory. Since these students know how to make the violin sound good, we focus next on understanding and playing more complicated works of music in our lessons at our school in Portland. Students designate a portion of their practice to sight reading, theory, and scales. This approach to learning makes it easier for students to learn new music because they understand it better. Also, since they learned how to make the violin sound good from the beginning, they always know how to create a beautiful tone in any type of music.
Who takes violin lessons at Oregon's Eliason School of Music?
The Eliason School of Music in Portland, OR has over 100 violin students enrolled in the Portland Oregon area and is growing rapidly. These students vary in age from as young as 4 to over 50. Lessons in the school are tailored to match your individual goals for your music. For beginners we use the same approach to learning the violin for everyone because it has proven to be so successful.&