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My name is Robert, and I created Ted’s List throughout the Covid lockdown of 2020. But I’m sure you’re curious about why I named the website Ted’s List then…
In 2015 I became a Dad. Teddy entered the world and has since gone on to love music as much as I do. Music is definitely my life and passion, touring the world as a conductor and pianist, performing with the most remarkable talents on this planet.
And since Ted went to school, I had his buddies as well as their parents constantly ask me for information on music and studying a musical instrument. So how could I assist them?
And that’s how Ted’s List was created.
Meet Our VIOLA Champion
Ted's Viola Champion
Would You Like To Become A Great Viola Player?
Well, that’s exactly what we are here for.
The Ted’s List team consists of professional, performing, world-class musicians. They are the best possible people to help assist you; especially as there is so much inaccurate information around on the internet…
Do you know that to teach music, absolutely no certification is required. Nothing. Meaning you might be having advice about exactly what to purchase, suggestions & techniques from somebody who has never formally learnt their musical instrument.
You’d be blown away the number of viola teachers I ask about the difference between viola and violin, and they don’t know the answer!
And that is why you’ll appreciate this content produced by our brilliant writers. There is nothing better than receiving the tips and tricks of the trade from a real expert. And more importantly, they enjoy writing viola reviews; and they love assisting aspiring viola players.
Learning the Viola can give you a lot of joy. Learning an instrument, however, can be quite tricky at the start. There are not many elements of life that have such a steep learning curve.
If it’s your child who is learning to play, they’ll probably have the intrinsic experience to act like a sponge. As an adult, the sponge often appears to have dried up a little! With the society of ‘everything now’ – learning the Viola can seem like quite a slow thing to do…
So where do you start? Reading some great unbiased Viola reviews will help. There are so many choices, our free information should help you on the right path.
It’s also worth contemplating finding a teacher. But before you do that, think about researching the Suzuki method route VS the standard learning route. You may be thinking ‘who is Suzuki and what’s she got to do with my Viola!?’ Don’t worry – we have articles on that too.
Once you’ve done your research and have an instrument and a teacher ready to go; it’s time to start playing. Albert Einstein said that “compounding is the eighth wonder of the world” and this applies to learning the Viola too. The more time you spend, the more things ‘just click’. The more they click, the faster you’ll learn.
Here at Ted’s List, we have put together some of the worlds finest musicians to give you free tips, tricks and advice. If you would like to find out more about your string instrument and read other Viola Reviews, please do visit our dedicated page here.
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So what exactly is the 4 Feature Friday email? Simple. Every single Friday, our Founder and generally nice guy, Robert Emery, will send you an exclusive email. It’ll be quick and sweet, containing the four most remarkable things he has discovered that week. All relevant to music obviously!
So come on, and join us. We have loads of fun with the 4-Feature Friday, and you never know what you might find…