Welcome to Beatrice Webb Violin Lessons
The Instruments We Love & Teach
Perhaps the smallest in the string family and played by bow or plucked, the violin is used across musical genres to gain the high pitched sound that is desired when capturing the listener’s attention and plucking the “strings” of their heart.
Slightly larger than the violin, and creating a lower or deeper sound than its sister string instrument, the viola has been embraced by symphonies and orchestras when the alto range is sought during the performance.
The larger member of the violin family, the cello produces from a bow stroked with precision across its strings an “internal warming” bass tone providing a welcoming accompaniment to any orchestra.