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About Michelle G.

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North Hollywood, CA
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No two students are ever alike. I've learned that using only one method may not benefit all students. Therefore, I use a variety of methods, some of which include Hanon, the Bastien Series, Suzuki technique for Piano and Violin, and countless others depending on what the student wishes to achieve. I have found that my most successful (and satisfied) students are the ones that express to me their specific musical goals, and then I am able to find a combination of methods to help them practice, rehearse, and refine their style of interest.

Lesson Style
Lessons are uniquely tailored to the students' goals, be it to become functional with an instrument or to dominate at an audition. We will go through warm-ups that will place emphasis on technique, explore various methods so that the student may decide which one gets them the best result, and then work through the repertoire not only for proficiency, but also for interpretation, precise yet passionate phrasing, and of course, to ...

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VOCAL COACH
Rehabilitating and strengthening voices are two of my top specialties, and each lesson will have specific exercises tailored to helping you transform your voice into the highest and best version of your instrument. I work with singers signed to labels as well as the indie artist just starting to find his/her voice, style, and signature sound. My coaching approach incorporates some of the newest technologies that have shown extraordinary results in breaking down the inner blocks of each artist. It is a tremendously joyful and fulfilling experience to watch as my students really let their instrument shine brightly, boldly, and with an aboslutely stunning groundedness as they discover how powerful they truly are.

MUSICIAN/SONGWRITER/PERFORMER

Poised, energized, and armed with unforgettable performance ability, Michelle G
. is a firework in the artistic arena. Her training began at the young age of 3 with the violin, and a few years later received classes for piano and voice. Excelling in all three, Michelle developed a very passionate and dramatic personality that eventually led her to more dramatic genres such as opera and stage acting. Her aptitude to understand human emotions and relationships gives her a wide spectrum to play in as an actress. There is an organic flow to her interpretations both as an actress and musician that leads the audience to feel her emotional current. Her honest characterizations introduce deeper perspectives on what seems like the ordinary roles and storylines. Amongst the many other leads that she has played, her participation in roles like “Susanna” in The Marriage of Figaro, or “Donna Elvira” in Don Giovanni embody much vibrancy and integrity.
Through the development of her voice as a singer and actress, she has crossed over into other media such as voice over commercial work and vocals for pop/main stream music productions. She has recently participated as a vocalist and violinist in the albums of artists such as international jazz pop artist David Longoria, Latin pop singer Erick Bolivar, Grammy-nominated percussionist Souhail Kaspar, and American Idol’s Seysha. Over the last few years she has unraveled her musical skills as a songwriter/composer/arranger and has even had some small victories acquiring music placements on TV shows (NCIS, short film “Sumtin’ Like Dat”, The Dictator) for herself and some of her colleagues. Her singing can also be heard on the hit tv show "Jane The Virgin", "Castle" and "Shameless" amongst others.

Education
Michelle completed her Associates of Arts for Music/Music Education at the age of 18, and got later graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Miami with a Bachelor's of Arts for Musical Theater and Music Business, as well as from Florida International University with a Master's of Music in Vocal Performance.

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I tailor my lessons to my student's needs, style, abilities, and goals. Learning is truly a fun and passionate adventure for me, and my enthusiasm has consistently been a contagious quality :) I love to challenge myself & my students to discover how immense their true potential is, and I create a safe and fun environment to explore such facets.

My curriculum is combination of solid tradition (Suzuki method for piano & violin, and Bel Canto technique for singing) interwoven with pop-culture, and modern influences. Within the first 3-6 months, my students will know the basic building blocks of music - which includes scales, arpeggios, triads, intervals, technique, and performance repertoire; and for my singers this will include proper breath technique, tone placement, support, very often increased vocal range (both high and low), and will feel significantly stronger vocally and more confident getting up to sing.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Full size Keyboard, mics, pro tools, Violin (electric, acoustic, and Chinese Ehru)

*** Specialties ***
Specialties include:
- Audition technique and prep
- Vocal Technique
- Violin Pedagogy
- Acting Audition Technique
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antonio P. March 25, 2018
· Violin · Online
It's been a great experience to have lessons online. Although it lasted 45 minutes, I have seen that these types of lessons are very useful and practical. Thank you for providing these lessons!
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Janai H. February 19, 2018
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Michelle is so patient and kind. She gives me help with my accent and the way I pronounce the words so that I sound more like a native speaker. I love her. She is so much fun. I'd recommend her to anybody.
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Janai H. January 29, 2018
· Spanish · Online
Michelle is awesome!!! She is so sweet and a very good and encouraging instructor. She inspires me to be a better teacher. She helped me with where I was weak and gave me homework. I will definitely be working with her for EVERYTHING that I want to learn.
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Michelle G.

North Hollywood, CA 91606
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About Tigran N.

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Granada Hills, CA

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I strongly believe that, if every child would be provided with an ideal environment, would gain extraordinary ability. There are no exceptions. No one can tell how able man is by the nature. What is known is the ability that is spoiled or developed. It cannot be denied that most children speak their native languages beautifully by learning about 3000-4000 words by age 5 or 6. Nothing can clearer demonstrate of the original power of the human mind. Through the years of studying and teaching music I realized that this is the most important concept for developing each kid's talent, to increase his or her ability to the maximum. Therefore I am combining the great methods of teaching violin. The Suzuki method and the Russian school method. Suzuki method helps at the earliest stage of playing an instrument and I am using later Russian school method for more advanced period of studying.

*** Online Lessons: Intermediate and Advanced students ONLY

About Tigran
Noted violinist and gifted educator. Studied with H. Harutyunyan and V. Khachatryan, students of the great violinist L. Kogan. Tigran N. has been teaching Violin and Viola to students of all ages for over 15 years. He received his Master's degree in Music Performance from The Komitas State Conservatory in Yerevan, Armenia and his Bachelor of Music from Babajanyan State Music College. In addition to teaching, he has performed and recorded with several orchestras, has composed and arranged several pieces including his own album. He is a highly educated individual who enjoys sharing his knowledge and expertise with students interested in learning.

Teaching is my passion and I thoroughly love what I am doing.
Every single child is special to me and every one receives special attention.
My students also play semiannual recital, witch he
lps them to gain confidence.

*** Studio Equipment ***
Home: Music room w/ piano, guitar, violin, stands, seating for parents

*** Travel Equipment ***
Music stand if required

*** Specialties ***
Russian traditional and Suzuki methods.
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Hadria S. April 10, 2019
· Violin · In studio
Tigran is a skillful, kind, patient and honest teacher. I’m a beginning adult learner and have been progressing very quickly with his help. Tigran’s teaching is structured and organized while keeping the lessons challenging and interesting enough to want to keep going. I value his time and knowledge. I also intend to continue learning the violin from Tigran for the long term. HIGHLY recommend!
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Gabe L. August 21, 2018
· Viola · In studio
Tigran is patient and pays attention to detail. I would highly recommend him.
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Joshua M. December 5, 2017
· Violin · Online
He pays attention to the details.
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Tigran N.

Granada Hills, CA 91344
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About Allison P.

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Lawndale, CA

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Individualized lessons with a hands on approach to help with technique, style and accuracy.

About Allison
I have a BA in Music Theory and Violin Performance from the University of Vermont and have been playing in professional orchestras for over a decade. I'm extremely passionate about music and playing the violin and love sharing that with students of all ages and abilities.

My teaching style is focused in the Suzuki method. I love the use of ear training and the structure of the books. I'm very flexible though, if there is a certain piece you'd like to learn or a different style you'd like to play I'm happy to accommodate.
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Allison P.

Lawndale, CA 90260
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$30 / 30-min

About Jacqueline P.

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Van Nuys, CA

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Be a violin virtuoso!

About Jacqueline
Hello future students! I've been playing violin for 20 of my 25 years of age and teaching for 8 years. I believe that the most important part of learning the violin is having fun and building a passion for music.

In my lessons we will focus on proper violin technique, music theory and most importantly (and fun!) practical application. In practical application, the student chooses what he/she would like to work on, whether it be Mozart or The Chainsmokers or the Moana score, and we learn it together!

I am also proficient in music production/engineering which means that my students can professionally record themselves in my home studio.

If this sounds like fun to you - let's get started! :)

Teaching method:

I have a three pronged approach to my teaching method: technique, music theory and practical application. However, I
believe the most important part of any teaching plan is molding it to fit the student’s needs, so the following methods are entirely flexible.

TECHNIQUE
For technique, we start with simple scales to work on bowing and intonation. When this becomes easy for the student, we move on to more complex key signatures and minor scales, eventually moving into 2 octaves and learning the left hand positions. For intermediate students who want to excel in classical music, we will work on etudes as well as scales.

MUSIC THEORY
I teach music theory as it applies to what the student is currently playing so as not to cause confusion. For example, if the student is learning to play a new piece with a more complex rhythm, we will go over time signatures, how many beats each note gets and so on. I always make flashcards for students so they can “practice” music theory when I’m not there, especially for students who are just learning to read music.

PRACTICAL APPLICATION
In practical application, the student can apply what they learn about technique and music theory to a fun song. I start with the Suzuki books because I like the way they’re structured in terms of technique, and because I love the repertoire. Suzuki books generally come with a CD containing piano accompaniment tracks, which I’ve found students love to play with. Finally, I let the student pick a song of their choice and we learn it together. If the student isn’t enjoying Suzuki, we focus more on the student’s song of choice.
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Khoi D. January 18, 2019
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Jessie June 13, 2018
· Violin · In studio
I LOVE JACKIE! She is my favorite violin teacher to date - I’m currently in college so I don’t have a ton of time to practice but she’s totally understanding and caters to my needs. Go Jackie! You’re the best!
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Arianna June 6, 2018
· Violin · In studio
My daughter is very happy with her first violin lesson the teacher was very good and helpful
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Jacqueline P.

Van Nuys, CA 91401
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About Victoria M.

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Tujunga, CA
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Violin is the most beautiful musical instrument in the world! Let me teach you playing it!:)

About Victoria
I started my path as a violinist when I was 7. My childhood and youth years were fool of performances, master classes and concert tours. After starting my Bachelor's I began working in orchestra and I loved my job from the very first day! I played my favorite musical instrument and the music I loved, travelled the world and met a lot of interesting people. Starting from 2013, couple of years after receiving my Master's degree in violin performance, I started teaching violin to students from 5 to 99 years old. Many of them are my good friends now. So let's discover the world of music through the most beautiful instrument in the world - Violin!
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Victoria M.

Tujunga, CA 91042
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$42 / 30-min
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About Tracy T.

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La Mirada, CA
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I'm currently a violin performance major at Fullerton College. I have experience teaching from ages 5 to mid 50's, and I have had many students who have just begun playing the violin. It benefits me as a teacher to go back to the fundamentals of playing as it's the base for more advanced techniques. I am open to teaching all genres on violin.

I currently teach several hours a week to beginning and intermediate level students.

Furthermore, I have given masterclasses in the past and I am open to giving them at the student's school under the approval of the orchestra director.

About Tracy
I'm a full time student violinist attending Fullerton JC as a music performance major, where I'm the concert master of the symphony orchestra.
I graduated from La Mirada High School in May 2017. During my junior year of high school, I started the music club where we would organize events called "art nights", displaying an art gallery along with musicians performing on stage in the quad. I've been playing violin for 8 years, and have given my classmates lessons in high school. I was concert master at La Mirada high school as well as the district honor orchestra (NLMUSD honor orchestra). I have also played in musicals for 4 years in the pit orchestra. After school, I would gather my friends to play chamber music in piano trios, string quartets, and duos. I have also played violin competitively in the SCSBOA solo/ensemble festival, earning
a superior rating and making it to regionals.

Aside from giving lessons , I professionally perform at weddings, proposals, parties, church concerts, and banquets. Groups I've played with include the Dana Point Symphony, Symphony Irvine, and the St. Luke Symphony. My hobbies include swimming, enjoying the outdoors, cooking, and studying new languages!
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jennie October 19, 2018
· Violin · In home
just had my first lesson from tracy and she was really nice, she pointed out what I was doing wrong and the corrected the way I hold my bow and violin,,
thanks a lot!
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Alex October 5, 2018
· Violin · In studio
Thankyou Tracy for being good teacher for my son. Very helpful for violin
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Mindy September 7, 2018
· Violin · In studio
my daughter has improved so much in just a few lessons! thank you miss Tracy
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Tracy T.

La Mirada, CA 90638
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$20 / 30-min

About Anna K.

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Glendale, CA

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Anna K. is an lifelong improvising violinist with an eclectic array of influences. She has been an active collaborator in studio and on stage with a broad range of artists and bands in the alternative music field — as a violinist she’s known for her strong melodic and rhythmic improvisational skills, great ear and technical proficiency in jazz, classical, and American roots idioms.

After finishing her jazz performance and songwriting studies at Berklee College of Music, Anna moved to New York City and worked as a professional violinist, vocalist and composer for several years. There she wrote, performed, and recorded with a multitude of songwriters, bands, multi-media performance artists and Broadway sound designers, lending her well-versed and unique improvisational style to a wide variety of musical projects. Other artistic and personal pursuits eventually led her to California, where she recently returned from to settle in the Hudson Valley with her young son.

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About Anna
Anna is an lifelong improvising violinist with an eclectic array of influences. She has been an active collaborator in studio and on stage with a broad range of artists and bands in the alternative music field — as a violinist she’s known for her strong melodic and rhythmic improvisational skills, great ear and technical proficiency in jazz, classical, and American roots idioms.

After finishing her jazz performance and songwriting studies at Berklee College of Music, Anna moved to New York City and worked as a professional violinist, vocalist and composer for several years. There she wrote, performed, and recorded with a multitude of songwriters, bands, multi-media performance artists and Broadway sound designers, lending her well-versed and unique improvisational style to a wide variety of musical projects.

Anna has been teaching
private violin students for 17 years, and happily offers instruction to players of all ages and levels. Lessons are catered to the student, allowing each individual’s musical interests and proficiency level guide the process. Anna is also a certified beginning Suzuki Violin teacher, and is a warm, kind and thorough teacher.

Students must come with their own violin. If you have any questions about how/where to obtain one, feel free to ask.
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Daniel December 18, 2018
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Truely a great teacher. I learned a great deal. Terrific personality and excellent teacher. Very good at teaching the basics to me
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Daniel July 27, 2018
· Violin · In home
It was a great learning experience. Looking forward to next lesson.
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Emma July 17, 2018
· Violin · In studio
Anna is a wonderful, positive teacher. She's clearly had a lot of experience working with children and is a mother herself. My daughter looks forward to her lesson every week, and thanks to this she's eager to practice regularly and is seeing a ton of progress! Thanks, Ms. Anna!
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Anna K.

Glendale, CA 91202
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About Andrew G.

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Pasadena, CA
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Andrew Graybill is now accepting students and offering private violin lessons in the Pasadena, La Canada, La Crescenta, Burbank, Glendale, Arcadia, and San Marino areas. Andrew loves to teach children of all ages and backgrounds. Andrew will provide many references of current and former students who have taken violin lessons over the years. Feel free to contact us with any questions about lessons for you or your child.

About Andrew
Andrew Graybill is now accepting students and offering private violin lessons in the Pasadena, La Canada, La Crescenta, Burbank, Glendale, Arcadia, and San Marino areas. Andrew loves to teach children of all ages and backgrounds. Andrew will provide many references of current and former students who have taken violin lessons over the years. Feel free to contact us with any questions about lessons for you or your child.
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Andrew G.

Pasadena, CA 91101
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$44 / 30-min

About Erica Z.

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Los Angeles, CA
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Violin and Viola teacher with 15 years of experience, I believe being a musician is just like being an athlete. Health and wellness alongside your musical education provides you with exponential positive potential. I incorporate stretching, breathing, and planned practicing alongside top notch technical musical traning

I have 18 years of high quality viola performance training from Cleveland to California and hold a Masters in performance as well as founding 2 professional string quartets. I've recorded with most genres of music and have performed on classical stages as well as in rock venues. I've worked in the yoga industry alongside my studies.

I particularly enjoy teaching Viola, as well as audition prep to high school students, adults of all levels, and beginners ages 6 and up!
I currently teach grades 2, 3, & 4 beginner violin with Youth Orchestra Los Angeles.

About Erica
Violist Erica Zappia has premiered new music and performed classics around the globe. Originally a native of Cleveland, Erica currently calls Los Angeles, California home. She has earned an M.M. in viola performance at the San Francisco Conservatory and holds a B.M. from Indiana University Jacobs School of Music.  Her teachers are Jodi Levitz, Alan de Veritch, and Jeffery Irvine.  

Performance venues and festivals include The Kronos Festival, Aspen Music Festival, The Fillmore, Boulder Bach Festival, Adriatic Chamber Music Festival, Schlern International Chamber Music Festival, The Red Poppy Art House, Kinhaven Music School, Pressidio Sessions, and more. She has performed in places such as Australia, Boulder, Dallas, Italy, New York, San Francisco, Singapore, Vienna, and beyond.

Ms. Zappia regularly performs and most recently was the f
ounding violist with Amaranth Quartet and Thalia Strings. She was a member of Odysseus Chamber Orchestra and One Found Sound.

Alongside performing, Erica has been an active teacher since 2005. She currently teaches with Youth Orchestra Los Angeles as well as with her private studio.
In the past she held a studio of 50 students in Dallas and, in the Bay Area, worked with the Palo Alto Chamber Orchestra and the Young Musicians Choral Orchestra.
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Erica Z.

Los Angeles, CA 90042
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$45 / 30-min

About Elizabeth B.

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Los Angeles, CA
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Hi everyone! Whether you've been playing for years or just in your first foray into music, there's something I can help you with. I have a Master's from Juilliard and also studied in London, performed all over the world and played with many other musicians. If you'd like to hear some examples, I play both classical and popular tunes. So if you have an interest in learning to play your favorite pop songs, I can work on that with you as well. In addition to playing the violin, I think it's important for all students to learn to read music as early as possible, and it's not always taught in schools or after school programs.
If you're applying to a college conservatory or preparatory music program I can get you ready for an audition, or if you'd like your kids to advance in a way that it just isn't possible in a group learning program at school, I'd be glad to work on these! I have also taught many adult learners who are either first time musicians or coming back to playing after a long ...

About Elizabeth
A graduate of The Juilliard School, Elizabeth B. was born in New York and began playing music at the age of 3. Her talent was soon discovered and by the age of 8 she had already performed as a televised national prizewinner on the piano and soloist with an orchestra on the violin. Gaining international exposure at an early age, she attended a specialized music school in England and studied with major teachers from Russia, Germany and Israel. She graduated with a Masters degree from The Juilliard School, and has performed in various international settings such as the Royal Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Salle Gaveau in Paris, the Academia di Santa Cecilia in Rome, Carnegie Hall, and the Konzerthaus in Berlin.
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Elizabeth B.

Los Angeles, CA 90046
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$42 / 30-min

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Average Cost of Violin Lessons in Granada Hills, CA

The average cost of 60-minute violin lessons in Granada Hills is $75. While the exact cost will vary depending on the teacher, type of lesson, and your location, you should expect to spend anywhere between $70 and $80 per hour.

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For the best experience, we typically recommend 60-minute violin lessons. However, students looking for a more affordable option may want to consider a shorter lesson length of 45 or 30 minutes. On average, 45-minute violin lessons are 20% less expensive at $60, and 30-minute lessons cost 40% less at $45.

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