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Violin Teachers

North London Violin Teachers

On this page you’ll find a range of different Violin Teachers covering the North London area.

All listings have the key information presented, such as; price, coverage area, contact information, travel information and qualifications. Where applicable, each teacher has provided their genre specialities, such as Jazz or Classical, which can help you find the best teacher for the style of music you wish to learn. Each profile has been written and completed by the music teacher themselves.

Please note that none of the teachers on this site have been independently verified by ourselves and we do not verify or ask for a CRB (or equivalent) check, or any proof of qualifications prior to the teachers appearing on this list.

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Finding a Violin Teacher

When considering which Violin teacher is for you, think about which style of music you would like to pursue. Most teachers will have one or two styles that they specialise in above others. Our listings provide information about the genre specialities of each teacher on their profile, so you can better assess which teacher is right for the ambitions you have for your musical journey.

We recommend compiling a shortlist of 2-3 teachers which you may like to work with and giving each of them a call to see their availability, introducing yourself and setting up an initial trial lesson.

Are you a Violin Teacher in North London?

If you’re a Violin Teacher in the North London area, we’d be happy to add you to our list.

All you need to do is use our submission form to provide us with a few details about yourself and your teaching and we’ll do the rest.

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Violin Teacher List:

Alicia Berendse

alicia berendse violin teacher

Violin Teacher

Haringey, Hornsey, Hackney,

Crouch End, Muswell Hill

aliciaberendse@gmail.com

07835 272 860

aliciaberendse.com

Mainly being a performing violinist, I am also a dedicated, enthusiastic and experienced teacher and currently have spaces available for beginners and advanced students of all ages.

Developing a love and pleasure in music making is central in my lessons. Besides that I am teaching violin technique in a healthy and natural way.

There will be special attention to reading music, posture and ensemble playing. I will also focus on music theory, sight reading and performance skills.

Specialities:

 

Pricing:

Travel:

DBS Check:

Qualifications:

Classical Violin

Chamber Music

£55/60m

Will travel

Yes, current.

MMus Royal Academy of Music, Teaching certificate Conservatorium van Amsterdam

Alicia Berendse

alicia berendse violin teacher

Violin Teacher

Haringey, Hornsey, Hackney,

Crouch End, Muswell Hill

aliciaberendse@gmail.com

07835 272 860

aliciaberendse.com

Specialities:

 

Pricing:

Travel:

DBS Check:

Qualifications:

Classical Violin

Chamber Music

£55/60m

Will travel

Yes, current.

MMus Royal Academy of Music, Teaching certificate Conservatorium van Amsterdam

Mainly being a performing violinist, I am also a dedicated, enthusiastic and experienced teacher and currently have spaces available for beginners and advanced students of all ages.

Developing a love and pleasure in music making is central in my lessons. Besides that I am teaching violin technique in a healthy and natural way.

There will be special attention to reading music, posture and ensemble playing. I will also focus on music theory, sight reading and performance skills.

Enyuan Khong

enyuan khong violin teacher

Violin Teacher

N1 (North London)

& surrounding areas

khongenyuan@gmail.com

07496 536 850

linkedin.com/in/en-yuan-khong-3a74161a6/

A versatile soloist, chamber musician and writer, Enyuan Khong is committed to promoting music as a tool for connection. Enyuan is currently a Fellow at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama and graduate in German Literature from the University of Oxford, and uses her multidisciplinary interests to seek this through a variety of mediums, working with composers and artists across fields.

As a teacher, Enyuan seeks to inspire communication and close listening through music, and to instil a stable technical grounding through a natural and holistic process. Enyuan has led chamber music and individual masterclasses as well as outreach work with both mature and very young students, and has coached ABRSM Diploma candidates through Viva Voce, with high Distinction results.

Enyuan has appeared as soloist with the Jenaer Philharmonie, Oxford Philharmonic, Sound Collective Orchestra, Hornton Chamber Orchestra and Oxford Millennium Orchestra in London, Prague, Dresden, Weimar, Berlin and Barcelona. She has performed in major venues in London and abroad, including the Barbican and Wigmore Halls, and the Victoria Concert Hall in Singapore. Enyuan is a founding member of the De Beauvoir Piano Trio and has collaborated as a chamber partner with renowned musicians such as Miguel Da Silva, Andreas Frölich, Carole Presland and Ursula Smith. She also performs in festivals across Europe, most recently in the Encuentro Santander and the Oxford Chamber Music Festival.

Enyuan was recipient of the Stephen Bell Charitable Trust Award, the Ivy Sharp Scholarship, as well as winner of the Ivan Sutton Prize and the St James Prize. She received a FRSM Distinction and was a string finalist in the Royal Overseas League Competition. Enyuan is a Finalist in the St Martins Chamber Competition, currently postponed due to Covid-19.

As a keen promoter of contemporary music and cross-arts collaborations, Enyuan works closely with composers and performers across the arts. Among other projects, she worked on a Royal Opera House commission of Matt Rodgers’ opera ‘She Described It to Death’ with members of the London Contemporary Orchestra, gave the world premiere of Thibault Charrin’s Sonata for Violin And Piano, which he dedicated to her, at St James’ Piccadilly, and performed Péter Eötvös’ ‘The Gliding of the Eagle in the Skies’ as concertmaster of the Santander Festival Orchestra. Enyuan is currently working on a collaboration with the dancer Jasmine Chiu, to promote East Asian artists as voices of change.

Specialities:

 

Pricing:

 

Travel:

 

DBS Check:

Qualifications:

Violin, Piano.

Music Theory

£25/30m, £35/45m,

£45/hr

Will travel

(ask for details)

Upon Request

Artist Masters in Music Performance, Distinction, Guildhall School of Music and Drama; Fellowship of the Royal Schools of Music, Distinction, ABRSM; Bachelors in German Literature, First Class Honours, University of Oxford.

Enyuan Khong

enyuan khong violin teacher

Violin Teacher

N1 (North London)

& surrounding areas

khongenyuan@gmail.com

07496 536 850

linkedin.com/in/en-yuan-khong-3a74161a6/

Specialities:

 

Pricing:

 

Travel:

 

DBS Check:

Qualifications:

Violin, Piano.

Music Theory

£25/30m, £35/45m,

£45/hr

Will travel

(ask for details)

Upon Request

Artist Masters in Music Performance, Distinction, Guildhall School of Music and Drama; Fellowship of the Royal Schools of Music, Distinction, ABRSM; Bachelors in German Literature, First Class Honours, University of Oxford.

A versatile soloist, chamber musician and writer, Enyuan Khong is committed to promoting music as a tool for connection. Enyuan is currently a Fellow at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama and graduate in German Literature from the University of Oxford, and uses her multidisciplinary interests to seek this through a variety of mediums, working with composers and artists across fields.

As a teacher, Enyuan seeks to inspire communication and close listening through music, and to instil a stable technical grounding through a natural and holistic process. Enyuan has led chamber music and individual masterclasses as well as outreach work with both mature and very young students, and has coached ABRSM Diploma candidates through Viva Voce, with high Distinction results.

Enyuan has appeared as soloist with the Jenaer Philharmonie, Oxford Philharmonic, Sound Collective Orchestra, Hornton Chamber Orchestra and Oxford Millennium Orchestra in London, Prague, Dresden, Weimar, Berlin and Barcelona. She has performed in major venues in London and abroad, including the Barbican and Wigmore Halls, and the Victoria Concert Hall in Singapore. Enyuan is a founding member of the De Beauvoir Piano Trio and has collaborated as a chamber partner with renowned musicians such as Miguel Da Silva, Andreas Frölich, Carole Presland and Ursula Smith. She also performs in festivals across Europe, most recently in the Encuentro Santander and the Oxford Chamber Music Festival.

Enyuan was recipient of the Stephen Bell Charitable Trust Award, the Ivy Sharp Scholarship, as well as winner of the Ivan Sutton Prize and the St James Prize. She received a FRSM Distinction and was a string finalist in the Royal Overseas League Competition. Enyuan is a Finalist in the St Martins Chamber Competition, currently postponed due to Covid-19.

As a keen promoter of contemporary music and cross-arts collaborations, Enyuan works closely with composers and performers across the arts. Among other projects, she worked on a Royal Opera House commission of Matt Rodgers’ opera ‘She Described It to Death’ with members of the London Contemporary Orchestra, gave the world premiere of Thibault Charrin’s Sonata for Violin And Piano, which he dedicated to her, at St James’ Piccadilly, and performed Péter Eötvös’ ‘The Gliding of the Eagle in the Skies’ as concertmaster of the Santander Festival Orchestra. Enyuan is currently working on a collaboration with the dancer Jasmine Chiu, to promote East Asian artists as voices of change.

Aleem Kandour

Aleem Kandour Violin Teacher

Violin Teacher

N10 (North London)

aleem.kandour@gmail.com

07401 556 222

aleemkandour.com

From a young age I went to a specialised music school in England; Purcell School, before making my way to the Royal College of Music (RCM) in London. I have gained experience working under the renowned Russian professor Natalia Boyarsky, doing a teacher training course at the RCM and numerous workshops as well as teaching privately for over seven years to pupils of all ages and abilities and becoming the violin tutor at Prince’s Gardens prep school (PGP) in London in 2019.

My first taster in teaching came thanks to my wonderful professor Natalia Boyarsky. She encouraged her students to teach and would assign young pupils (five-twelve) with her older pupils (sixteen and upwards) during her summer music courses. We were challenged to achieve certain goals such as have the younger pupil be performance ready after three lessons. This taught us how to verbalise the mechanics of violin playing simply and coherently, which in turn also reminded us of the basics. The phrase ‘if you can not explain it simply, you do not understand it well enough’ springs to mind. Following that, I decided to take a specialised teaching module during my second year at the RCM. I did a placement at Avonmore Primary School which entailed performances, speeches introducing classical music and instruments, group lessons, and one-to-one lessons with pupils aged from five to eleven. Throughout my degree I continued to accumulate private pupils and learn from them whilst teaching them.

At PGP I works with beginners aged five to eleven and have successfully prepared them for ABRSM Music Medals. Furthermore I am currently undergoing ABRSM Music Medal Teacher-Assessor Training as well as familiarising myself with the Suzuki Method of teaching. Even though most of my violin playing years revolved around the Russian school of playing, my teaching has an applied combination of different methods and schools of technique to form a more personal, versatile and methodically structured approach for each individual.
A parent of my pupil has described my teaching method as ‘encouraging and detailed’. My aim is to tune, explore, and expand my pupils’ musical enthusiasm and imagination whilst simultaneously setting them up technically to ensure physical wellbeing, dexterity, and ease.

Lastly, I have experience working with children with autism and other special needs. I am also equally comfortable teaching group lessons as well as one-to-one.  In tandem with my violin teachings I have been preparing students for music aural (ear training), music theory, and harmony exams. All my pupils currently have a 100% distinction rate in ABRSM music theory exams. I believe that a rounded musical education is of paramount importance for the development and maintenance of a healthy, happy mind.

Specialities:

 

 

Pricing:

 

Travel:

 

DBS Check:

Qualifications:

Classical Violin,

Music Theory,

Music Aural

£25/30m

£40/hr

Will travel

(£5 extra)

unknown

Master in Performance (distinction) from the Royal College of Music, London – Bachelors of Music (II/i) from the Royal College of Music, London.

Aleem Kandour

Aleem Kandour Violin Teacher

Violin Teacher

N10 (North London)

aleem.kandour@gmail.com

07401 556 222

aleemkandour.com

Specialities:

 

 

Pricing:

 

Travel:

 

DBS Check:

Qualifications:

Classical Violin,

Music Theory,

Music Aural

£25/30m

£40/hr

Will travel

(£5 extra)

unknown

Master in Performance (distinction) from the Royal College of Music, London – Bachelors of Music (II/i) from the Royal College of Music, London.

From a young age I went to a specialised music school in England; Purcell School, before making my way to the Royal College of Music (RCM) in London. I have gained experience working under the renowned Russian professor Natalia Boyarsky, doing a teacher training course at the RCM and numerous workshops as well as teaching privately for over seven years to pupils of all ages and abilities and becoming the violin tutor at Prince’s Gardens prep school (PGP) in London in 2019.

My first taster in teaching came thanks to my wonderful professor Natalia Boyarsky. She encouraged her students to teach and would assign young pupils (five-twelve) with her older pupils (sixteen and upwards) during her summer music courses. We were challenged to achieve certain goals such as have the younger pupil be performance ready after three lessons. This taught us how to verbalise the mechanics of violin playing simply and coherently, which in turn also reminded us of the basics. The phrase ‘if you can not explain it simply, you do not understand it well enough’ springs to mind. Following that, I decided to take a specialised teaching module during my second year at the RCM. I did a placement at Avonmore Primary School which entailed performances, speeches introducing classical music and instruments, group lessons, and one-to-one lessons with pupils aged from five to eleven. Throughout my degree I continued to accumulate private pupils and learn from them whilst teaching them.

At PGP I works with beginners aged five to eleven and have successfully prepared them for ABRSM Music Medals. Furthermore I am currently undergoing ABRSM Music Medal Teacher-Assessor Training as well as familiarising myself with the Suzuki Method of teaching. Even though most of my violin playing years revolved around the Russian school of playing, my teaching has an applied combination of different methods and schools of technique to form a more personal, versatile and methodically structured approach for each individual.
A parent of my pupil has described my teaching method as ‘encouraging and detailed’. My aim is to tune, explore, and expand my pupils’ musical enthusiasm and imagination whilst simultaneously setting them up technically to ensure physical wellbeing, dexterity, and ease.

Lastly, I have experience working with children with autism and other special needs. I am also equally comfortable teaching group lessons as well as one-to-one.  In tandem with my violin teachings I have been preparing students for music aural (ear training), music theory, and harmony exams. All my pupils currently have a 100% distinction rate in ABRSM music theory exams. I believe that a rounded musical education is of paramount importance for the development and maintenance of a healthy, happy mind.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What should I expect to pay for Music Tuition?

    There are many factors that affect the price of one-to-one music lessons, such as qualifications, experience, and whether the teacher travels to you or teachers from home. 

    The Musicians’ Union recommends an hourly rate of £35 for music teaching, however, in our experience, this is normally higher in London and you can expect to pay anything from £40-60 per hour.

    Most importantly, you should find the right teacher for you (or your child).

  • Are your teachers CRB checked?

    We don’t verify that teachers on our database are CRB checked, but most music teachers who have worked in the UK school system, will be required to maintain a regular CRB, and will always list it on their profile.

  • What's the typical length of a lesson?

    Lesson length is a common question we get asked.

    The first thing we suggest taking into consideration is the age of the student, we find that younger beginners, can benefit from regular lessons of 30 – 45 Minutes each, as their attention span is less than the typical adult.

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