Orchestras in Sydney You Can Join as a Violin Player

You should join an Community Orchestra. It is an experience you owe yourself after all of that bedroom practice. But where is the nearest orchestra to where you live? And how strict is the audition? Are you good enough? In Sydney there are many different Orchestras of varying standard and location. There should be one that is just right for you, so have a look at the list below and check out their webpage for more details.

[Pedro Sánchez – Own work: Philharmonic Orchestra of Jalisco (Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico) CC BY 2.5 view terms; File:Orquesta Filarmonica de Jalisco.jpg; Created: 24 February 2006]







BUYING a VIOLIN in Sydney:

(courtesy of Wikipedia)

Buying a VIOLIN can be an expensive affair. Of course, you want to have the best sounding violin for your money. However, it is difficult to know if you are really getting your money’s worth or over paying. 

HOW CAN I HELP? As a teacher, I have been helping students to get the best sounding violin for their money. started to purchase violins for my students as I was not I can help you to get the best sounding violin to suit your budget.

For the beginners violins $290-$390, I select the best sounding violins so you may not need to pay more to get a good sounding violin.
For ADVANCED violins, YOU SHOULD PAY A LOT LESS than the retail price as Strings2u prices are around HALF THE PRICE. This is because I do not have to cost in the overheads such as rental and staff salaries.
Buying from Strings2u situated at Chisholm St Wolli Creek Sydney, YOU SHOULD PAY A LOT LESS than the retail price for the ADVANCED violins. My prices are around HALF THE PRICE. This is because I do not have to cost in the overheads like a retail shop, such as rental and staff salaries.
Also, as a violin teacher I have selected the best sounding BEGINNER ($290) and INTERMEDIATE ($400-$500) violins for students, and set them up to sound their best.
TO SEE PHOTOS and DETAILED DESCRIPTION of the violins please click “New Violins” or “Antique Violins.”
BEGINNER’S VIOLIN: If you are just a beginner then I can supply you with a New Beginner’s Violin which costs ONLY $290-$390 (which includes the violin, the case, the bow and resin).
Once your boy/girl reaches 1/2 size and completes Book 1, then you can consider buying an intermediate violin. By then he/she will have enough skills to harness the qualities of a better violin.

INTERMEDIATE to ADVANCED Violin – beyond Book 1: A student is ready for an intermediate violin when they progress beyond Book 1. They will benefit from having a better sounding violin.

Intermediate to Advanced Violins are available as follows:
Chinese handmade Violins: 1/2, 3/4 and 4/4 or full-sized.
Antique Violins: 7/8 and 4/4 or full-sized (1/2 & 3/4 are very rare)
What’s the difference? The new Chinese Violins have a brighter sound while the antique violins have a warmer sound due to their age. In price there is not a significant difference. Both New and Antique Violins range from $590-$2190 and above.