Violin Lessons with Concert Violinist Antal Zalai

by | Sep 28, 2018 | Interviews | 2 comments

Learn from Antal Zalai​ how to express yourself through music and tell a story with your violin by learning advanced bowing techniques

Concert violinist Antal Zalai is guest teacher in my program Bow like a Pro

“An exceptional violinist, who has perfect technique, beautiful large tone, real musical finesse and maturity as well as noble personality,”

said legendary Russian violinist Igor Oistrakh of his Hungarian colleague,  Antal Zalai, who is fifty years his junior, and who is regarded by his international fan base as an outstanding artist representing the apogee of classical violin playing.

In Bow like a Pro Antal teaches about phrasing, telling a musical story, by developing your bowing technique, vibrato and choosing the right fingering and tools of expression

High level bowing technique and tone creation on the violin are learnable skills

All violin players can learn the techniques and apply them in beautiful music, expressing their emotions through the violin. You just need to know the exact steps to get there from the level you’re currently at.

bow like a proBow like a Pro is a beautiful place online where you can go anytime you want for step by step lessons and detailed practice plans to learn all possible bowing techniques, create a beautiful tone and express yourself through your music. Enrolling gives you lifetime access to an ever expanding online violin school, where you can focus on HOW you play instead of WHAT you play to boost your current practice routine and lessons.

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  1. johnny

    your music is good and you have the passion for a violinist and you should keep up the good work and so that is all i have to say so good job and you have inspired a violinist to another and another just like me and i am 12 years old and in 6th grade so you inspired a 12 year old so good job that is what i got to say for today and say hi to zlata so thank you for everything so bye bye.

    • Zlata

      Aw, thanks so much!


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