Phone number: 0401 76....
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Year Established: 2010
|Mon: - Closed -||Tue: - Closed -||Wed: 3:30pm - 7:30pm|
|Thu: 3:30pm - 6:30pm||Fri: 4:00pm - 7:30pm||Sat: 9:00am - 4:00pm|
|Sun: 9:00am - 4:00pm||Public Hols: - Closed -|
Professional Violin Academy first opened in the southern suburbs of Sydney in January 2010 and is owned and operated by the concert violinist and violin teacher Madeline Procopio and remains a small highly successful studio.
In December 2014, The Academy will be moving to Madelineâ€TMs hometown Adelaide where it will be opening its doors to new students wanting to learn the violin.
Madeline has been teaching the violin for seven years and is capable of teaching students at any age and level. Madeline can accommodate students who want to learn for â€~funâ€TM as well as those students who want to pursue a more serious commitment to music and the violin.
Professional Violin Academy offers many different services to accommodate different needs of students both practically and financially. Below is a list of different options:
â€˘Private tuition (one-on-one) lessons with Madeline Procopio
â€˘Group Theory Tuition
â€˘Little Virtuosos Class â€" group lessons for reception, grades 1 and 2
Since opening in 2010, Madeline has coached 61 students through practical violin exams ranging from preliminary to grade eight, and 17 students through theory exams ranging from grade one to grade four. All of her students received outstanding results in their AMEB (Australian Music Examinations Board) exams. Results are below:
Subject Marks: Students Results:
Violin A+ 10
90% - 100% 7
80% - 89% 6
70% - 79% 4 (more)
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