19/11/19 - Due to a technical failure, the ViolinSchool library and parts of our online courses are unavailable, and there are significant delays to Learner Support. We are working fast to resolve all issues, and thank you for your patience. support@violinschool.com

History

2017 - February: The first phase of the Digital Learning Platform begins to roll out to learners around the world.

2016 - December: The ViolinSchool team takes over management of sheet music publisher Musicland Publications, which will distribute future ViolinSchool books and sheet music.

2016 - September: ViolinSchool's website transitions from ViolinSchool.org to ViolinSchool.com

2016 - January: 15 Palace Street becomes the private teaching practice of Simon Hewitt Jones and David Worswick; ViolinSchool no longer offers One to One tuition and is now fully committed to e-Learning (and live events).

2015 – December: ViolinSchool crowdfunds development capital for an all-new Digital Learning Platform

2015 – May: ViolinSchool begins trialling e-Learning programs with first UK & international learners

2014 – September: ViolinSchool is refocused as a provider of online learning, live events and research, and our tuition is restructured accordingly. London-based study courses are introduced for the first time.

2014 – January: regular ‘ViolinHub’ Saturday classes begin in London.

2013 – June: a new ViolinSchool website is launched, and the school is given a professional rebrand.

2012 – December: First professionally produced ‘Christmas Show’ takes place at the St James Theatre, which opened on Palace Street opposite ViolinSchool's teaching studio in September 2012.

2012 – September: School begins to operate on a semester structure, and starts its first ever ‘term’ of tuition.

2012 – May: London Violin Studio is renamed to ViolinSchool.

2012 – March: Simon leases a room at 15 Palace Street in Central London, followed two months later by 2 further teaching rooms.

2012 – January: Beginner Violin Classes ('Introductory Fundamentals' classes) become a regular monthly event. Simon starts regular Saturday group classes.

2011 – Introductory ‘Fundamentals’ class runs a few times during the year. ‘Bloomsbury Group’ (a group of learners in London) gets in touch and suggests regular weekly group tuition.

2010 – ‘London Violin Studio’ website is created, first prototype of the Introductory ‘Fundamentals’ workshop (later to become Beginner Violin Classes) takes place at the 1901 Club in Waterloo.

2007 – Simon Hewitt Jones begins private teaching practice in London.

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