About online violin teacher Zlata Brouwer
My name is Zlata Brouwer and I want to fill the world with truth, beauty, freedom and love by teaching passionate violin players step by step how to bow like a pro and create a beautiful tone.Zlata Brouwer
Zlata M A Brouwer MSc BMus is a classically trained, conservatory graduated violinist and well known violin teacher living in the Netherlands.
I currently play and perform as a first violinist in a string quartet and a professional string orchestra. I have been in a professional violin-piano duo and string trio for years including a CD recording and TV appearance.
I have a special interest in teaching. I own a violin studio with four teachers and a violin shop. I have created many method books and video courses for Violin Lounge TV and the Violin Lounge Academy.
I graduated at the Schumann Akademie in Holland as a violinist and teacher (BMus) and earned the highest possible grade in violin methodology at the Utrecht Conservatory.
Borrow my 10.000 hours of practicing and performing on the violin! I offer you my professional education as a violinist and teacher, over 20 years of private lessons, over 10 years experience in teaching and share everything I did to develop myself, my violin playing and my teaching in Violin Lounge TV and the Violin Lounge Academy.
My violin teaching style…
In my violin lessons I seamlessly combine heart-centered musicality with hard-core technique, specializing in creating a beautiful tone on the violin and bowing technique, making things simple and doable, with clear explanations, step by step.
I love to analyze your playing and give you tailored feedback and clear practice instructions, so you know exactly how to improve your playing.
I demystify classical violin technique using modern technique. The seamless and strong combination of online courses with video, e-books etc, online community, live online lessons, personal practice plans and video exchange can boost you to the next level in your violin playing.
You have 24/7 constant guidance and structure and learn in different ways simultaneously.
My goal is that you enjoy happy practicing and beautiful playing.
Free violin lessons by violinist Zlata
Largo (ombra mai fu), opening aria from the opera Xerxes (Serse) by George Frederic Händel (1738): violin and organ performance video and free sheet music!
Do you want to learn ALL about bowing technique and creating a beautiful tone on the violin? Check out the latest additions to my online course ‘Bow like a Pro’!
How to fluently change strings with the same finger on one string to the other string?
For example to go from a third finger on the D string to a third finger on the A string
In this video I explain how you can move your finger from one string to the other without lifting it:
Are you looking for a compact and light violin case that looks good and protects your instrument very well? In this video I review the Gewa Air 1.7 case.
When you balance weight, speed and contact point you can get the optimal sound from your violin. Tone production on the violin is not some kind of magic or talent: it’s playing with proportions. You can get the best sound possible out of your violin and it’s set up!
Free online violin lesson in which I teach you how to improve your bowing technique and reach a professional level tone production. Get instant access!
Violinist Zlata Brouwer plays the Sicilienne opus 78 by Gabriel Fauré Click here for the piano accompaniment, so you can play along!
Does your violin playing sometimes sound sloppy? By playing with your fingertips instead of your arms, you can create a clean sound with clear articulation on your violin. I'll explain the left hand as well as the right hand technique in this video: 1) Strong left...
Anne was so kind and courageous to send in her video where she plays the St Anthony’s Chorale by Haydn
For all of you to benefit we do a video exchange lesson in which I give her specific tips to improve her performance of this piece
Review of the DVD box created by Simon Fischer about making a beautiful sound on your violin by playing with proportions. Improve your bowing technique by balancing weight, speed and contact point.