Hello I’m Nima Alizadeh from Melbourne, Australia. Violin has been my main instrument for my regular performances in the past 13 years of my musical endeavors . Throughout these years I have successfully completed AMEB levels up to ‘Grade 8’ and also ‘Amus A’ with High Distinction. I have worked in many genres including western classical being the main one, Persian pop, Persian traditional (sonati) and also Jazz and I have also been privileged enough to successfully participate in many competitions and also being the first prize winner of Iran’s 2008 national ‘Fajr celebrations’ music competition in the traditional Persian music genre.
I really love working and interacting with different people and not only does teaching violin allow for this but it also allows me be active in the field that I absolutely love and am so passionate about...music. I take students from all age groups from beginners to intermediates. Lessons will be aimed at effectively teaching students the most efficient and masterful way of violin playing in a way that allows for them to thrive on their instrument in the long term. This type of training includes the mastering of efficient technique along with artistic musical expression. Eventually these come together to create the beautiful sense of flow in the music that is desired by every artist.
I am specifically ready to train students with the Suzuki violin method or prepare them for any AMEB exams, Auditions of any sort including for orchestral playing, school entries and small competitions such as ‘Eisteddfods’. Alternatively, if students desire to pursue the instrument as a fun hobby through a variety of pieces and songs I can definitely help them enjoy their time with music and learning their instrument. This is an extremely important aspect of music as it generates healthy motivation.
I look forward to helping you with achieving your goals and ambitions in a great and fun environment!
The lessons will be conducted one-on-one in the teaching space of the teacher’s home. These lessons are to go for 1 hour and normally students like to have one lesson weekly but this can be increased to twice a week or more.