Toddler Violin Lessons

In this day and age, many parents want their child to expose their young child to music. Although we recommend early exposure to music, a child should not be forced to learn the violin. Through experience, our good violin teachers advise parents to only sign children up for violin lessons when at the age of four. This is because toddlers might not even be able to hold a violin, let alone learn the play one. Being forced to learn the violin will only make the young child dislike playing the violin.



Toddlers Playing the Violin Wonderfully- Exceptional Cases
Having said that children should not start learning the violin before the age of four, there are a few exceptional cases. For example, a mother wanted to sign her child up for violin lessons. However, our violin teachers advised her against it as they felt that the toddler was too young. Hence she and her child came to watch every violin lesson without attending the class.

It was only until a month later which we received a distressed call from the mother. Her toddler had climbed up a shelf to try to reach a violin she had hidden. We invited the young child to join our children violin lessons immediately. It turned out that the toddler was gifted in the violin and picked up the violin quickly. Soon, he was the best student in his class.

We have had young students whom are naturally gifted and interested in the violin. In these exceptional cases, we highly recommend students to use their talent. Hence if you are noticing any musical signs from your child, call +65 9320 0979 or submit form