While Viola is not the most popular stringed instrument it has many advantages for learning it. More than just a beautiful instrument it gives its players great opportunities for playing and advancement in local and school orchestras. Typically, there are more violinists fighting for position, the Violist’s tend to be few and therefore have more opportunities. When choosing a stringed instrument to learn the student would be wise to consider the viola. If you are having a hard time finding a viola teacher, there is a reason for that; Quality Viola teachers are very hard to find. Mobile Music Academy works hard to find quality, professional viola teachers throughout the greater Nashville area including Brentwood and Franklin.
Learn to play the Viola in the comfort of your home:
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- Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced lessons taught.
Instructors you can believe in:
Each Viola instructor has gone through a thorough interview process including a background check. We take our music lessons seriously and only choose the top candidates as a string instructors.
Viola Teachers matched to you:
We take the time to learn about each student's needs and goals and then match the right viola teacher to the student. No matter the age, style or skill level.
Age to begin lessons:
While viola students can start quite young typically students start with the violin first. After they have grown into a full size violin they then move to the viola, typically, this is around 12-13 years old.
Those students looking to upgrade to a high quality stringed instrument should be sure to test out several different types. Older instruments are a good investment, though more expensive than modern models. We will happily give you tips to help you find the right model.
The most affordable entry into stringed instruments is through renting, though the quality is usually lower. Still, this is a great option for beginning students, if they progress well and continue playing as they get older, it makes sense to purchase a new instrument at that time.