Violin Lessons

I started to play violin when I was 6.

After 10 years learning at the Conservatory of Metz, in which I played a the student philharmonic orchestra, I decided to ground a rock band and to learn to play Bass Guitar. On the road, concert after concert, night after night, I met so many great people from different horizons and culture ! Thanks to them, I built my own artistic and musical personality, mixing in my creations my classical and rock inspirations as well as traditional music folklore, like jazz manouche or flamenco.

Since a few year now I live in Zürich and I’m part of a great team of parents from the Lycée Français de Zürich that organize every year a big concert involving all the french students that are musicians. This gave me the will to share my skills and passions with others and start as music teacher.

My credo : pleasure first ! Because when we have pleasure, we learn everything very quickly …

My lessons are based on the following values :

  • listening
  • flexibility
  • quality

I will be very pleased to meet you for a first contact !

The lessons, in FRENCH, take place in my atelier :
NiQo Arts Studio and Gallery / Riedgarten 1 in Dübendorf (CH-8600)
Each lessons lasts between 30 and 60 minutes.
For more info and prices, please contact me using the button below.

2 thoughts on “Violin Lessons

  1. J’ai commencé le violon en Septembre dernier avec Nicolas. Étant musicienne à la base mais n’ayant jamais pratiqué le violon j’ai hésité étant adulte à démarrer cet instrument mais n’ai pas regretté!
    Nicolas est un professeur à l’écoute et qui prend tout le temps nécessaire pour aller à mon rythme. Pour ma part c’est un moment pour apprendre, déconnecter et m’amuser en musique. Je recommende fortement ces cours pour un novice ou quelqu’un de déjà expérimenté !

  2. Mon fils prend des cours de violon avec Nicolas depuis plusieurs mois. Nicolas sait le motiver et le challenger. Il prend vraiment plaisir à s’entraîner , sur des partions variées. Je recommande Nicolas !

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