Classical both in appearance and sound, the violin is a favorite of many aspiring musicians. The backbone of any string section, and thus any orchestra, the violinist is a hard worker.
As daunting as they may seem, the violin is a fantastic beginner instrument, as many children have started learning before they were three! It's a great way to expand your musical knowledge and stretch your mental capabilities. Albert Einstein claims it helped him become smarter!
Maybe you already play an instrument. The violin is a great instrument for seasoned musicians as well! Violin lessons will open the door to many musical opportunities other instruments can't offer, such as orchestras and other large bands. Thanks to the likes of Lindsey Stirling and Jean-Luc Ponty, its role in rock, pop and jazz is growing every day.
Violins can be played hard and fast, or soft and gentle, so they can accommodate many different styles and purposes.
We offer Violin lessons in Parker but many of our customers come from the greater Denver area.
All of our teachers at Allegro Music work independently and charge their own rates. Tuition is generally $120.00 per month. Take a look below at some of our awesome teachers! Feel Free to contact them directly and set up lessons!
A start in piano at 4 led to a lifelong love of music, with emphasis on classical & popular genres. Christi’s teaching focuses on fundamentals and enjoyment of music.
Laura promotes a relaxed environment using positive reinforcement and a variety of music providing the essentials for students to explore and excel with their violin. Many of her students regularly place in competitions and win scholarships.
Coming from a family of teachers, Joseph is passionate about education. He has seen firsthand the profound impact of music and education on not only his life, but on the lives of his students and peers. He believes that good musical training is a core part of every child’s education and should be accessible to all students. Joseph has
Coming from a family of teachers, Joseph is passionate about education. He has seen firsthand the profound impact of music and education on not only his life, but on the lives of his students and peers. He believes that good musical training is a core part of every child’s education and should be accessible to all students. Joseph has been teaching students of all ages since 2015 and he plays and teaches many musical styles, from classical violin, to pop, western fiddling, bluegrass fiddle and jazz improvisation.
Joseph Bates studied under Emanuel Borok and Nathan Olson at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, under Barbara Gorzynska in Vienna, and is a graduate student at the Lamont School of Music at the University of Denver under Linda Wang. He is a three-time winner of the Tulsa Young Chamber Musicians Competition, and has played in masterclasses with the Adaskin-Schumann Ensemble, the Tesla String Quartet, the Danish String Quartet, and the Escher String Quartet. In 2016 Joseph was chosen by Carnegie Hall to join the National Youth Orchestra of the United States, which performed in Carnegie Hall and across Europe under the batons of Maestros Christoph Eschenbach and Valery Gergiev and with soloists Emanuel Ax and Denis Matsuev.”