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Overview & topics covered

Get ready to take your violin playing to the next level with internationally renowned violinist Timothy Chooi! In this course, Chooi shares his technical tips on Vibrato, Chords, Up-bow staccato, and left-hand pizzicato. You'll also have the opportunity to learn from Timothy Chooi's practice techniques for the exposition of Tchaikovsky violin concerto and the beautiful Chaconne by Vitali. And that's not all - Chooi will also share his insights into how to adapt to the current state of music in the 21st century. Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to learn from one of the violin world's brightest stars!

Topics covered in this course include:

  • Vibrato: learn tips and techniques for developing and improving your vibrato
  • Chords: master the art of playing chords on the violin
  • Up-bow staccato: learn how to execute this challenging technique with ease
  • Left-hand pizzicato: learn how to use this technique to add variety to your playing
  • Tchaikovsky violin concerto: learn from Chooi's practice techniques for the exposition of this beloved concerto
  • Chaconne by Vitali: study this beautiful piece with insights from Chooi
  • Adapting to the 21st century: gain valuable insights into how to adapt to the current state of music

Sign up for Timothy Chooi's course today and take the first step towards becoming a better violinist!

The instructor
Timothy Chooi
1st prize at the Joseph Joachim International Violin Competition in Germany

Timothy Chooi, an internationally renowned violinist, is celebrated for his commanding and exquisitely nuanced interpretations, rich and captivating sound, and captivating stage presence. As a highly sought-after soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician, he is revered for his diverse and innovative repertoire. Notable achievements include winning the esteemed 2nd Prize at the renowned Queen Elisabeth Competition, 1st prize at the Joseph Joachim International Violin Competition in Germany, and the prestigious Verbier Festival Paternot Prize in Switzerland.

Having graced prominent stages worldwide, Timothy has made impactful debuts at esteemed venues such as the Berlin Philharmonie, Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Wiener Concert-Verein's European tours, Amsterdam's Royal Concertgebouw, and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. He has collaborated with acclaimed violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter at Vienna's Musikverein and performed at Paris' Theatre Champs-Elysses, among other notable engagements.

Alongside his thriving performance career, Timothy Chooi demonstrates a deep commitment to violin pedagogy. As the Professor of Violin at the University of Ottawa, he passionately contributes to the development of future violinists. Timothy currently performs on two exceptional instruments, the 1741 "Titan" Guarneri Del Gesu violin on loan from Québec's CANIMEX and the 1709 "Engleman" Stradivarius from the Nippon Music Foundation in Japan, further enhancing his artistry and musical expression.