If you are a player wanting to learn jazz violin I would reccomend Graham Clark.
"My violin teaching is based on firm principles, looking at the simplest way for the student to achieve the most they can.
I look at the bases of bowing and of left hand technique with a strong emphasis on ergonomics and the simple physics of the violin and bow.
I also teach approaches to improvisation, which apply to any front line instrument as well as violin. Have a look at my articles to get an idea of my approach
I have been teaching violin at Salford University for over ten years, and can give private lessons there, or at my home in Buxton.
I can also teach via Skype. My Skype name is "gcviolin"
Katherine Robb (violin) was a finalist in the string category.
Katherine was born in Basildon in 1993 and at the age of eight
began to learn the violin with Ilda Mici. Since 2003 she has been
a pupil of The Purcell School where she studies with Erik Houston
and receives a scholarship under the Government’s Music and
Katherine has played 1st violin in the National Youth Orchestra of
Great Britain for the last two years and is the leader of The Purcell
School Sinfonia. She also plays the piano but outside of her musical
life she loves reading and watching films, particularly horror films!
Katherine is available for violin tuition and piano.
Traditional fiddle styles
Irish fiddle, Scottish and other genres
Jed teaches traditional Irish and other fiddle styles.