Embark on a melodious journey with our exceptional violin lessons in Montreal at the World of Instrumental Music Academy (WIMA). Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced player, our tailored violin lessons cater to all skill levels, providing a holistic learning experience. 

How Do Our Violin Lessons Work? 

At WIMA, our violin lessons are designed to foster a supportive and engaging environment. Our experienced instructors employ a structured curriculum that covers essential techniques, music theory, and repertoire. 

We offer group and private violin lessons in Montreal, allowing students to choose the format best suits their learning style. With a focus on personalized attention, our instructors adapt their teaching methods to meet each student’s unique needs and goals. 

Learn the Violin at Your Own Pace 

One of the key advantages of our violin lessons is the flexibility to learn at your own pace. Whether you’re a busy professional or a student with a hectic schedule, we offer convenient time slots to accommodate your lifestyle. 

Our online violin classes also provide the flexibility to learn from the comfort of your home, ensuring that geographical constraints do not hinder your musical journey. 

What to Bring for Your Violin Lesson in Montreal? 

Preparing for your violin lessons in Montreal is essential for a productive and enjoyable experience. Students are encouraged to bring their violins, sheet music, and any practice materials provided by the instructor to their music lessons. Having a notebook to jot down notes and practice suggestions is also beneficial. 

Violin Lessons: Our Professors 

At WIMA, our dedicated team of violin instructors comprises highly skilled musicians with extensive teaching experience. They are passionate about sharing their love for the violin, utilizing their degrees in music, and are committed to nurturing each student’s musical journey. Our instructors not only focus on technical proficiency while teaching this rewarding instrument, but also instill a deep appreciation for the art of playing the violin. 

For Quality Violin Lessons, Consider WIMA! 

Choosing WIMA for your violin lessons ensures a high-quality learning experience. When looking for violin lessons in Montreal, you will find that our academy is equipped with fabulous people and state-of-the-art facilities, providing a conducive environment for musical exploration. We believe in cultivating community among our students, fostering collaboration and mutual support. 

Whether you’re a beginner aspiring to play your first notes or an advanced player seeking to refine your skills, WIMA is your gateway to excellence in violin playing. Our comprehensive curriculum, experienced instructors, and flexible learning options make us the premier choice for violin lessons in Montreal. 


How old do you have to be to take violin lessons?

We welcome students of all ages, from young beginners to adults. Our instructors tailor their teaching methods to suit each student’s age and skill level. 

Can I have violin lessons at home?

Yes, we offer in-person and online lessons, allowing students to choose the learning environment that suits them best. Your online violin tutor can help you navigate your musical journey from the 1st lesson to many more.

How much does a violin cost in Montreal?

The cost of violin lessons can vary, but our instructors can guide you in selecting an instrument that fits your budget and meets your musical needs. We recommend exploring rental options for beginners before making a long-term commitment.





Ashley-Leo_pic-for-CV-2Ashley is a piano teacher and accompanist originally from Indonesia. Music has been a part of Ashley’s life since she was a child. Music has allowed her to express herself and she aims to create an environment that allows students to express themselves while playing so that they can enjoy the beauty of music. Ashley teaches both piano and violin.

Ashley started learning piano at the age of 3 at the Yamaha Music Academy. She continued her musical studies in private classical piano lessons with many teachers, some of which were Ms. Maria Deborah and Dr. Julia Gavrilova. Ashley recently graduated from Vanier College in classical piano and will be furthering her musical education at Concordia University. 

Ashley is very welcoming and strategic in her methods of teaching. She searches for methods to make music fun and lets students make improvements in every class. She also welcomes students who want to learn for personal enjoyment. She wants students to have fun and express themselves through music while using proper techniques.

Ashley teaches in Pointe-Claire.

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imageDaniel started playing violin at age 9, and from there it became clear that he had a strong passion for music. At the age of 15, he joined the Mount Royal Youth Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Maestra Jean MacRae. A year later, he passed his Grade 8 Practical and Theoretical exams at the Royal Conservatory of Music. In 2022, he completed a Double DEC in Music and Modern Languages at Vanier College, studying violin under Sylvie Allaire. Daniel is currently studying in Music at Concordia University, majoring in Performance Specialization under Clemens Merkel’s guidance.

Daniel teaches in Pointe-Claire.

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Originally from Ukraine, Diana began her musical journey at 6 years old. Diana began with the Violin as her first instrument and later delved into learning the piano. Ever since, Diana has consistently immersed herself in practicing music in both their professional and creative pursuits. Over the course of their learning experience, Diana discerned the distinct approaches employed in teaching children and adults, drawing insights from their own personal encounters. While classical music formed the core of their early education, Diana broadened their musical horizons through self-directed learning, embracing contemporary tunes, and delving into improvisation, particularly through collaborative group activities.

Diana teaches in Pointe-Claire and Cote Saint-Luc.

Fidaa-AkroutFidaa studied occidental and oriental music at the Conservatory Elfarabi des Arts (Djerba, Tunisia) from the age of 7. Fidaa is a singer, songwriter, composer and violinist. She plays the piano and guitar when composing her own music and she is currently working towards her Master’s Degree in Neuropsychology of Music which is the study of how music affects the brain, our well being and our social interactions.

Fidaa teaches in Pointe-Claire.

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Untitled-designSince childhood, Parand has been exposed to music considering her cousin was a professional classical pianist. She was bitten by the musical bug and started learning xylophone and flute at the age of 3, then violin at 7. Later, Parand moved on to learn the piano for several years. Gradually, Parand started classical singing lessons at the age of 18 and found her passion for singing. She believes that we all have rhythm from the heartbeat to the flow of breath, and formal musical training is only an expansion of what already exists in every person. All her singing lessons begin with physical warm-ups to support the specific musculature required in singing. Joy and playing are essential elements of successful learning at any age, and she makes certain that students learn without any undue stress and anxiety. Adult students can expect the same support and respect as the youngest child. She believes without joy, there is no music, and without music, there is no joy.

Parand teaches in Pointe-Claire.

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