MusiShare gives violin students and teachers the ability to receive the highest quality of online violin instruction and pedagogy classes through the use of the latest video conferencing technologies on your desktop computer, phone, or tablet. When you apply for MusiShare, a complimentary trial lesson will be set up to determine whether or not lessons would be agreeable to both parties. Once you have decided to study using MusiShare you will have access to the MS Library which includes sections on Fingerings (Concertos, Sonatas, etc.), Etudes, Scales, Pedagogical Information, etc…

Coming soon to MusiShare is a video subscription series called “Connections”…

But until then here are some comments that have been made about Prof. Fitzpatrick’s Videos …

Carlos Santiago wrote about the video “How much pressure to use on the violin with your left hand?”:
Prof. Fitzpatrick. Thank You so much for your lesson. My Left hand feels so liberated. Too much pressure can turn into squeezing. I always though you had to “Press” the string down, to the 1st floor! In 7:00 minutes I’ve leveled up my playing! Wish you were here in Philadelphia. I would love a lesson! Will you ever do a video about your experiences with Ms. Delay

Jim Minor wrote about the video “Just Me and My Vibrato” :
Thanks a Lot! Excellent explanation, Im a violin teacher, this technique really helped me understand another view
and perspective for my students! Great!

Christopher Boseak wrote about the video “Just Me and My Vibrato”:
This is one of the most helpful videos on YouTube. You actually have drills that are helpful!

Melissa Cyders wrote about the video “Should you or shouldn’t you use a shoulder rest”:
A gifted teacher! I find his pointers really elucidate elements that my teacher never showed me
in all the years in which I have been studying.

MadBad Trad wrote about the video “Exploring the Left Hand Wrist Set-Up”:
Prof. Fitzpatrick, this video is just superb! Thank you! Love that story – synchronicity indeed 🙂 It seems to me that that finger angle provides much better intonation – in part, I suppose, because it engages the more padded/fleshy part of the finger?