Group Classes for Kids (age 4 – 6)!

Place: 2067 Broadway, New York, NY 10023. (72nd St./Broadway)


VIOLIN group classes (45 minute) offer instrumental instructions for young beginners. No prior experience needed. Students will learn basics of playing the violin such as how to hold their instruments, how to play with the bow and etc. Students also will build a foundation for understanding music concepts, such as dynamics, rhythm, and melody through fun musical activities. No musical experience is necessary.

* * Students are NOT required to bring their own instrument.
If you would like, violin rental is available for $20 with a $100 deposit check which is held until the violin is returned in good condition.
Contact us for a list of retailers for instrument purchases.

No refunds will be issued after the first class.
All refunds are subject to a $25 administration fee.

Place: Yeoryia Studios: 2067 Broadway, New York, NY 10023. (72nd St./Broadway).
Time: THURSDAY, 4:00pm-4:45pm
Date: 1/19/2017, 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, 2/16, 3/2, 3/9.
Age: 4-6
(No make up lessons is available for this class.)

Fee: $189 for 7 classes
Teacher: Michi F.

Private lessons are also available at 2067 Broadway, New York, NY 10023. (72nd St./Broadway). For more details, please contact us at or 646-838-3990.


“…I give full credit to the expert, kid-friendly, and always age-appropriate instruction she receives. The best thing about this school is the number one ideal: that the kids enjoy playing music…”
– Karen B.

“…Willan is an extension of all the dedication put into teaching music from very early ages. We are absolutely positive that our two children are happier, more engaged and sensitive in part thanks to the time that they have spent taking lessons there.”
– Alejandro M.

“Our exposure to Willan Academy has mostly been through its founder, although we have seen the fruit of some of the other teachers he has brought on through Willan’s delightful recital series. My willful daughter is now following in the footsteps of my energetic son in taking guitar classes, and we’ve been very happy with the flexible and tailored approaches to teaching them music. As a practical matter, the option to have lessons taught at home, without any schlepping of instruments or kids, is worth its weight in gold.”
– Schuyler F.


Introduction to Violin
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