Are you interested in taking violin lessons in Toronto? Our highly qualified violin teachers have many years of teaching experience offering violin lessons for kids, teens and adults alike. Find the perfect violin instructor based on what matters to you such: location, years of teaching experience, price, schedule and much more. Violin lessons are available in downtown Toronto and the GTA either in-studio, online, or select teachers offer at-home lessons. We also offer cello lessons in Toronto for adults or children.
Kind & Qualified Violin and Cello Teachers in Toronto
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How it Works
Search for a teacher:
Compare different teachers based on criteria that matter to you, including location, age, experience, teaching style.
How to register for lessons
Book a trial lesson on your desired teachers page. After the trial, lessons are sold in groups of 5, 10 or 15 lessons. Satisfaction is guaranteed.
Connect with your teacher:
After purchase, your teacher will contact you to schedule the first lesson. Lessons take place once a week in home, at the teachers studio or online.
Our Certified Violin or Cello Teachers
Our individualized curriculums are designed for students of all ages. For instance, you can learn classical music, jazz, world music or pop. Lessons are adapted to kids or adults. Cello lessons in Toronto are also available.
Where can I buy a violin for beginners?
Violin for kids (partial size 3/4)
High Quality Violin for Adults
4/4 High-End Violin, Master Craft – $2, 337.00 CAD
Musiprof offers cello, violin and viola music lessons to students in the Toronto and GTA area. Our teachers have experience teaching in many styles of music such as classical violin, popular music, Fiddle and Jazz.
Musiprof offers violin lessons in Montreal
30 minutes: $25.00 – $35.00 CAD
45 minutes: $35.00 – $48.00 CAD
60 minutes: $50.00 – $70.00 CAD
The price of violin lessons in Toronto varies from teacher to teacher and depends on the lesson length.
Any age above 3 or 4 years old.
Definitely, and you can get very good at it too! Studies haven proven that the human brain continues to be plastic into adulthood, therefore it is possible to learn the violin as an adult. You should not expect to have a career in violin if you start later, but you can certainly develop your skills to a high level if you wish.
Not with a good Musiprof teacher! In all seriousness, though, different students have different experiences; different students will find different techniques on the same instrument easier or harder to do. But it’s the role of the teacher to teach in a way that reduces all difficulties as much as possible.
It depends on the goals of the student. A hobby violinist can make progress that they’re happy with with only 30 minutes of daily practice, whereas an aspiring professional might have to practice 2-5 hours per day. It also depends on the level of the student.
In this respect, practice is like exercise. Beginners should start slowly, intermediate players should do more, and experienced players should do much more.