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Play the Violin with Fun and Feeling!



Sunday, 25 February 2018
Sunday, 25 February 2018 - 2:00pm

This workshop is for beginners on the violin (violas and cellos also welcome) with a minimum of 3 months of regular lessons up to Grade 1 level.

It aims to give a taste of making music together in a creative way to children from the age of 5years. Our music making will include playing by ear,

improvisation games and also some sheet music for the ones who can read music already. The workshop will not be based on any specific

learning style or system; no matter if students are learning with classical, folk, Suzuki or other methods, we will have fun,

experimenting on the instrument, developing a little piece of music together and playing with great joy.

The cost of the workshop is £5. A day pass (at £33/28) will also cover the children’s workshop.

The workshop is for one hour, from 2-3.00. Please bring your own violin!

Tickets are available on the door on the day. There should be plenty of room, but to guarantee a place contact Gundula at


Important Information:

The Tutor Gundula holds a recent DBS check.

Children have to be accompanied by an adult. Accompanying parents/guardians do not need to purchase a ticket for the children’s workshop.

There is a limited number of workshop places for un-accompanied children, e.g. for parents who would like to attend another workshop. Please get in touch with Gundula in advance by email or register at the ticket desk by latest 1:45pm.

The Tutors Concert is free for all children and adults who hold a ticket to any of the fiddle workshops. We cannot look after un-accompanied minors in this concert, therefore adults accompanying their children would need to purchase their own ticket for £5.

Artist ( Description ): 

Gundula is a classically trained violinist whose study and passion encompass Gypsy, folk and klezmer music from Eastern Europe and the Balkans. She is a performer of note, as well as a teacher and musical director. Her performances include heartfelt vocals in the native languages of the pieces such as Romany, Yugoslavian and Russian.

In the last 20 years she has performed as well as conducted workshops and other projects to great acclaim. Her live work has taken her throughout the UK and Europe to festivals, cultural centres and theatres. TV productions include the documentary How Music Works on UK TV’s Channel 4 and a music documentary for TRT (Turkish state television). She has also been a guest and performer on Radio programs for BBC, Resonance FM and others.

Venue ( Address ): 

2 Regent's Park Rd, London


Magic Violin , London

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