Welcome to Tokyo Violin

Thanks for visiting.
It's great that you're thinking about learning one of the most beautiful instruments on earth. This site is about Jan Glembotzki, a qualified music teacher who is offering private violin and music theory lessons in Tokyo and Saitama. Students of all ages and levels are welcome. Lessons are offered in English or German, though basic Japanese is also possible.
More informations about Jan, teaching time, rates and locations you will find below.

TEACHING TIME
Monday - Sunday 11 am ~ 20 pm

TEACHING PLACE
Usually, the lessons will take place at the student's home.

CLASSES/RATES 
30 minutes lesson ~ 3000 Yen
45 minutes lesson ~ 4000 Yen
60 minutes lesson ~ 5000 Yen (only advanced students)

A trial lesson is free (no charge at all) and without any obligation.
If you'd decide to start, usually you will get lesson 4 times a month (which means 1 time per week).
An additional ticket fee will be charged, depending on the students location.

CONTACT
Phone 08044042829
email  janglembotzki@hotmail.com 

ABOUT JAN
Jan started playing piano at age of four, and two years later the violin was added to his musical education. Growing up in an artistic family (composers, actors and opera singers), Jan went on to earn a Master Degree in Violin at the University of Music, Drama and Media Hanover.
There he studied under Prof. Krzysztof Wegrzyn (former concert master of the State Opera Hanover and founder of the "International Joseph Joachim Violin Competition") and Prof. Jutta Rübenacker-Müller (herself a student of Nathan Milstein).
Furthermore, he participated in several master classes, such as that of Tomasz Tomaszewski (concert master of Deutsche Oper Berlin), Marina Jaschwili (Moscow Conservatory) and Claude Lelong (Ecole Normal De Musique de Paris).

Beside national and international performances as soloist as well as chamber musician in various countries (including Germany, Norway, West Africa, Japan and Poland), Jan played for years as a first section violinist in well known orchestras, such as the NDR Radio Philharmonic, the Philharmonic State Orchestra of Bremen and the European Philharmonic Orchestra.

During his whole career, Jan has been a teacher. For more than 15 years he taught private pupils as well as academy/music school students of all ages and various nationalities. He prepared violin students successfully for entrance examinations at music conservatories, and his deep knowledge combined with a warm, motivating teaching style makes studying fun and enjoyable.