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Learn to play the violin beautifully with classical violinist and online violin teacher Zlata Brouwer!
In this video I share exercises and tips for intermediate violinists to improve their bowing technique and tone production on the violin: With better bowing you can pour artistry and expression in your playing without a lack of technique holding you backread more
Get rid of your beginner sound is soon as possible: Learn to bow smoothly and create a beautiful tone on your violinread more
Learn to play the violin with a beautiful sound!
In this video violin lesson I teach you 5 tips to improve your sound on the violin
Do you want to improve your bowing technique and tone production to play the violin beautifully?read more
Performance by violinist Zlata Brouwer of the violin solo theme from the movie Schindler’s List, composed by John Williamsread more
I play the violin for over twenty years, but my intonation improved most in the two years I didn’t practice scales…read more
In this episode I teach you how to make fluent bow changes, how to bow smoothly and create a beautiful sound on the violin by a technique I call ‘jellyfish bowing’.read more
Just an informal recording of me playing the Adagio by Albinoni on the violin with organ accompaniment:read more
Interview with Bernd Müsing, owner and inventor of Arcus bows in Germany
Well, it just a stick with hair, isn’t it?
Then… why did I just save and work hard for years to get myself a € 8.000 ($ 9.400) brand new violin bow… made out of carbon fiber?read more
Yes! You can learn to play the violin as an adult.
On her popular YouTube channel, my client Marijke shares her experiences and progress as an adult beginner on the violin.read more
Develop your musicality and technique with the most beautiful violin student concerto’s or enjoy listening to them.
After 1 or 2 years of violin lessons, you probably finished your first beginner method book and you can start playing easy concerto’s.read more
In this episode I do a video exchange with Anne about the Gigue from Partita nr in E major by JS Bach BWV 1006.
The lesson is about bowing and bow division to sound better and cleaner.read more
Discover what you need to do to improve your tone creation and bowing technique on the violin!read more
Thanks to technology I played together with myself the Game of Thrones Theme!read more
Do you have specific goals when you practice?
Do you track your progress daily?
In this episode of Violin Lounge TV I review the Practice Journal, in which you can set specific goals for your practice and track your progress.read more
How to play Lullaby by Brahms on the violin? In this video I do a video exchange lesson with Frances. Click here to download the sheet music. Interesting video to watch: How to Bow Comfortably and Fluently (click...read more
Large viola's have a full and deep sound, but it might be difficult to reach all notes with your left hand. This video teaches you how to position your left hand and thumb, so you can easily place your fingers on the right spots. Don't worry that your arms or hands...read more
I'm so happy and humbled that over 5000 people have subscribed to my YouTube channel. I would like to celebrate this with all of you by offering you a free Q&A video exchange. This means that you record a short video of your playing and that I make a video in response...read more
How to teach the violin on a high level and get paid well to do so?
Is getting your students to practice a challenge for you as a violin teacher?
In this episode of Violin Lounge TV I have an interesting interview with Emily Williams, violinist and teacher. She considers herself a ‘hard’ teacher and runs a high level violin studio.read more
String Review: Pirastro Evah Pirazzi Gold and No 1 E string vs Warchal Amber | Violin Lounge TV #254
After using Warchal Amber for a while I’ve switched to Pirastro Evah Pirazzi Gold combined with the No 1 E string.
I’ve always love the warm and rich sound of the Ambers, but the Pirastro’s give me a better response on the (golden) G string and generally have a larger tone.
Watch this video for the full review:read more