Violin Lessons in Laurelton, NY
It can be very rewarding to recreate music by great players like Stephane Grappelli, Regina Carter or Jean-Luc Ponty with your own two hands! First you'll need to be able to play the violin.
We take down your preferred schedule for violin lessons and use that to match you with a teacher in the Queens area.
To speak with one of our friendly staff about getting started call (718) 608-6080 Monday through Friday between 10am and 6pm EST.
Top 5 Reasons to Choose Encore Music Lessons
- Affordable Options: Choose a violin lesson length that fits your budget.
- No Term Contracts: There's no commitment so you can stop the violin lessons when you want, without being penalized.
- Locations throughout the greater Laurelton area: Take violin lessons in the conveniance of your home or in a teacher's studio.
- Students of any age or level of ability can take violin lessons in any musical genre or style.
- Conveniant Schedules : With a such a wide array of violin teachers in Laurelton, students will find it's easy to connect with the right teacher.
Influences: Bach, Beethoven, Prokofiev
Miles Davis, Lester Young, Charlie..
Education: Master's of Music in Violin Performance (M.M.), University of Massachusetts 
Education: Masters in Music Performance: Cello (MM), State University of Stony Brook 
I am a true beginner. I recently joined my Church choir because I enjoy singing but was quite timid because I had no previous musical training. I wanted take singing lessons to improve my choir performance. I found Rebecca through Encore, and have been working with Recbecca for almost 2 months now. I must say that I have enjoyed every minute. Rebecca is a kind, patient, instructor who takes care to teach with excellence and sensitivity. She places a strong emphasis on technique and works hard to bring out the best in her students. My singing AND my confidence in choir has improved significantly. Rebecca has been a Godsend! She has my highest recommendation.Kristin Teacher: Rebecca T.
About the Violin
The violin's strings may be sounded by drawing the hair of the bow across them (arco) or by plucking them (pizzicato). The left hand regulates the sounding length of the string by stopping it against the fingerboard with the fingertips, producing different pitches.