Join us to the modern violin teaching method

 

Listen and watch 

The methodology is using sound to teach sound, action to teach action, replacing the traditional teaching method of  students reading the silent score.  

 

Improve practise efficiency 

Resolve the problems that students aren't aware of when they are learning how to practice alone at home. Further, it helps to avoid the many mistakes that are potentially produced by practicing wrongly at home, resulting in an increase in the efficiency of practice.

 

Bring the teacher home 

Provide a good guide in the home to accompany practice and resolve the problem when parents do not know how to assist children's practice correctly. 

 

Piano accompaniment  

The piano accompaniment is a key element in improving children’s performance level. The videos provide students with piano accompaniment at their fingertip, this also significantly improve the interest of learning violin.

 

Progressive learning approach  

The teaching process has been designed from simple to complex, slow to fast into six steps. This ensures the learning is simple and intuitive. Learning violin becomes an easy and enjoyable process. 

 

Over 6000s videos  

The well-structured learning materials go from preliminary to performing level with specifically collected and edited scales and etudes. There are more than 6000 videos to help students to learn and the teacher to teach.  

Professor Zhang & Professor Hu

Professor Zhang's wife, Professor Hu plays piano for all videos recorded

Children's concert

Children from different countries/areas join in a concert together

Zhang Method

Access to modern technology and resources

Progressive Learning

Progressive learning through graded books

Parent involvement

Parents can help children at home

Violin Learning FAQ

Learn more about the violin learning

Students around the world

Ray Chen is among the most compelling young violinists today

Rising violin stars

Michelle Wang played with Heilongjiang Symphony Orchestra