Vibrato Drills – 3 Drills to Drastically Improve Your Vibrato

About this Lesson

Since violin fundamentals are so crucial in mastering violin vibrato, I’ve put together some of my best vibrato drills that will help in your development.

One of the first things I teach is that importance of a solid left-hand where only fingers are used to find notes. So many students have too low of a hand when playing the violin, thus creating a stiff and inflexible hand for the violin vibrato movements.

To work on this, I’ve created a finger stretch drill that will test if your hand is high enough to develop a solid vibrato.

I’ve also created other vibrato drills that will test out your bow hand, as having a stiff right hand can cause issues with how relaxed and flexible your left-hand is.

If you want detailed help on how to establish solid technique on the violin, I highly recommend my Perfect Vibrato course which covers foundations of setting up the left hand, right hand and detailed steps on how to improve your sound.

This course covers how to improve vibrato, and also is an excellent four-week study of how to get rid of many bad habits you may have currently when playing the violin (learn more here). It is appropriate for beginners as well as anyone under fifteen years of experience who wants to improve their sound.

Highly Recommended Course

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