Learning the violin is great for all ages! Students will develop a sense of pitch and fine motor skills with this classic instrument. Some things to consider:

We have students from age 4 to adults in our violin lesson program. It's never too late to start!
We teach the most common styles of violin: Suzuki, traditional, and fiddle.
Yes, you'll need your own appropriately sized violin. A variety of sizes are made from 4/4 (full size) to 1/32 size. You can either rent or buy from a local violin shop and we like to use Wilhite Strings.
Yes, violin might make your fingertips a little sore at first because you'll be pressing down on strings. Also, it might take some time before you're playing some songs because the first few steps are learning how to hold the instrument and bow.

The violin instructors at Knox Music Studios:

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holds a B.A. in Viola Performance and has been teaching since 2005. She is the concertmaster of the Scruffy City Orchestra and plays fiddle in a pirate band called the Crossjacks.

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holds a Bachelor of Music in Music Education and Cello Performance, a Masters in Cello Performance, is trained in Suzuki Cello Bks. 1-4 and has taught since 2009.

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holds a Bachelor of Music in Violin Performance, minoring in Prasie & Worship and Studio Teaching. She loves teaching students to have confidence in their music abilities and has been teaching since 2014.

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has a a B.A in violin performance, a M.M in violin pedagogy, and a graduate performance certificate in violin. She has been teaching since 2011 and has Suzuki teacher training, Violin books 1-3.

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began teaching violin in 2006 and has taught for several music studios and a private school. During her first bachelor’s degree she minored in violin, as well as acting as concertmaster of her university’s orchestra for three years. She is now a graduate student at UT.

Contact us to inquire about availability with these great instructors!
You can start anytime with no long term contracts.


112 S. Northshore Dr.
Knoxville, TN 37919

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