Online Violin Lessons - perfect for homeschool families

Online Violin Lessons? Could this really work?

Well, with today's amazing technology - our world has changed significantly. In your home, at your time, with parental support and coaching, violin lessons can be taught online. Keep reading for more information about Lesley Komlos' online violin lessons.

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Teach Your Child Violin Membership

Many people believe that teaching their children the violin is too expensive, too time consuming and too difficult. They assume that the violin will sound like a screeching cat for years before your child achieves a decent sound.

But here's the good news.

Teaching your child the violin is no longer out of reach! The revolutionary method I have introduced will work for you and your child, even if you've never played a note in your life.

Using my system your child will be playing simple recognisable tunes within just 4 weeks.

Within 3 months they'll have a repertoire of songs to serenade your family and friends with.

They'll be utterly enchanted and amazed that you could achieve so much with your child in so little time, even if you have no musical abilities yourself. And the best thing is you and your child can achieve all this in only 10 - 15 minutes practice per day!

Lesley Komlos from Teach Your Child Violin.

Although learning the violin may seem to be an extremely difficult task, it is possible for children to learn how to play well in the comfort of their own home by spending merely ten minutes a day.

You may want to consider online violin lessons as given by Lesley Komlos. According to a countless testimonies, her method seems to be very effective in learning the violin quickly.

Lesley Komlos has taught violin for more than twenty-five years. She was one of the first students to consume and use the Suzuki Violin Method. In this method, strong parental support is expected. The creator of this teaching method, Shinichi Suzuki, believed that children can learn to play the Violin in the same way they learn languages.

Suzuki's emphasis is on hearing, rather than theory and note reading, which is introduced later in the program. So, in Lesley's methodology, she engages the parent in the process in order to create success.

For homeschooling families and stay at home moms, this program is ideal because it does not require countless exhausting trips finding the ideal teacher. Nor does it depend on the teacher. It also eliminates the drama of performing under pressure. In the comfortable presence of your own home, with the parent as the coach ( the parent does not need to be able to play in order to teach this course), the child can learn effectively.

The program is fun-filled and action packed with drills that encourage rapid learning. The online violin lessons allow you and your child to experience the knowledge you need to learn and teach violin easily while taking on daily household activities.

A while ago, we would never have considered learning an instrument without a 'real' teacher, however due to appropriate technology, these online violin lessons make learning the violin a real possibility in your home, at your time.

This is some of what you get as a member of her course:

  • Easy to use, weekly classes emailed directly to you - with video lessons, pictures, tips and examples.
  • Digital recording and transcript of the tunes that will be taught.
  • Invaluable motivating secrets
  • Question and Answer section of the website to members only.
  • Access and support directly to Lesley, only an email away.

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