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Stradivari Strings, a well-known music school in Singapore, was established to address the need for excellent music education as well as the demand for good quality music instruments.
We do not believe in the concept of “one size fits all”. Each individual is unique. That is why we ask potential students a list of questions to identify your needs and requirements, before our students start private music lessons. We then identify a suitable coach and structure your music lesson plan accordingly. We agree on goals and objectives and review this periodically with our students.
Music lessons for kids and adults can be arranged at our music school in Singapore, located at Sultan Plaza, your place or teacher’s place.
All our teachers at our music school in Singapore are carefully selected based on qualifications, teaching experience, and aptitude for coaching. Senior teachers have experience of 10 to more than 30 years of experience coaching music lessons in Singapore. All are excellent communicators and deliver results via private music lessons.
We follow a set of strict criteria in selecting and appointing teachers to our music school in Singapore. All our teachers have qualifications from either ABRSM (Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music), Trinity Guildhall, LCM (London College of Music). Some of our best teachers have professional music degrees acquired from prestigious music conservatories around the world.
We have specialists in early music education. We also have senior level teachers who conduct master music classes.
At our music school in Singapore, our teachers can coach students to progress via the exam route, or the leisure route.
We specialize in bowed strings instruments (Violin, Viola, Cello, bows), and have a selection of flute, saxophone, guitar, ukulele, books and music accessories.
We take pride in the care and attention we put in to specially curate our range of violin, viola, cello and bows. Our music instruments are professionally set up to enhance tonal quality. We also have an in house luthier who is European trained, for repair and restoration.
The music instruments we carry range from the affordable to investment grade instruments which include those crafted by contemporary as well as old master makers.
So whether you are a beginner looking to select your first instrument, or a keen collector of investment grade music instruments, we look forward to serving you.Before your start music lessons in Singapore, contact us for personalized advice to select your music instrument.Read More
This is a beautiful example of Lucien Schmitt’s work. This incorporates all of his best skills, choice of woods, quality of workmanship and his superb plum red varnish.Read More
So privileged to meet Maestro Gil Shaham and his lovely and equally talented wife, Adele Anthony, backstage after his captivating performance of Tchaikovsky's violin concerto in D major with our SingaporeRead More
Very privileged to meet Maestro Christophe Landon in Singapore on this weekend of 21st – 22nd October 2017, who made a quick stopover from the Shanghai music fair.Read More
Emmanuelle Fabio Fortunato is a rising maker who graduated from the violin making school in Cremona, Italy. He resides in southern Italy and is developing a fine reputation in Europe ...Read More
Fine antique french violin made after Didier Nicolas Ainé by the Justin Derazey workshops in Mirecourt circa 1880. Honoré and justin Derazey purchased the Didier Nicolas Ainé brand from the widow .......Read More
Members of the Klotz family have made violins in Mittenwald, Germany from the mid 17th century to the present. Instruments made by Sebastian Klotz are the most admired among the many existing.....Read More
Collin-Mezin was a distinguished French maker of violins, violas, bases and bows. He was an Officier de l'Academie des Beaux-Arts and won gold and silver medals at the Paris exhibitions in 1878, 1889.....Read More