It is great to be able to have access to an extended library of prerecorded violin lessons and exercises and at the same time be able to request for specific songs.
But sometimes you need someone to be there with you.
Someone to guide your hand, listen to your errors and correct you, show you the little tips & tricks that are perfect just for you.
All that is required of you is to have a mobile device or laptop/ pc with a web camera, and you are ready to start.
1-on-1 private online lessons
This is why we are now giving you the ability, wherever you are to schedule a live 1-on-1 online private lesson with Manos. He will create a fully customised lesson just for you, without the need to get our of your place.
You do not have to come to a lecture room to have your lessons. You can take the lessons in the comfort of your seat in the office, at home or in a restaurant. This offers convenience and reduces the cost of travelling and accommodations. You can now take violin lessons from any part of the world as long as you have a reliable internet connection.
The technology ensures that both the student and the teacher focus on what they are doing. The prolonged and sustained attention and focus makes it better for you to understand complex tunes while learning at your own pace. In contrast, when a teacher is handling a huge class, he or she may not have time to focus on an individual student who may be having difficulties catching up with others.
You only need an internet enabled device and a reliable connection to start learning. The free version of Skype is sufficient for the class to go on. This may be a huge saving in terms of transportation costs. All the other related costs of printing information are also eliminated. There is neither textbooks nor stationery to buy for the class.
Despite the distance between the tutor and wherever you are, you can always have a conversation that is similar to a face-to-face communication. Thus, you are able to get an immediate response to questions you ask. Furthermore, you can learn body postures, and how to hold the instrument as if you were in the class.