About the lessons 

Are you looking for music lessons where you can learn real skills to express yourself and have a lot of fun? You are in the right place!
We are graduates of conservatories in The Hague and Utrecht, Netherlands. As sisters, friends and colleagues all at once with the same love for music, we enjoy sharing our skills and knowledge, and we collaborate to make music and teach as well. Read more about us below.
Our studio is currently located in Bezuidenhout, 10min walk from Den Haag Centraal and 13min from Station Laan van NOI. 
We teach online and at students' location as well. For questions, contact info[at]talithawitmer.com.

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Sign up for the tryout lessons! 

If you would like to book a free tryout on either the cello, violin, lute or guitar, please inquire here.

Lessons are available at out Bezuidenhout studio, online or at students' location (only for children under age.)


To register for the tryout lessons, please take the time to fill out the information below.



Alethea Witmer - Violin

Born in a musical family, I started taking violin lessons at the age of 7.  I have played in Concerts such as North Sea Jazz Festival. Now I am also a member of NJO. After studying under Yuuko Araki for 2 years in Japan, and Theodora Geraets for 2 years in Holland, I am currently taking a bachelor degree at Utrecht Conservatory with Chris Duindam.

Language: English & Japanese


Sophia Witmer - Cello

Master student of the Royal Conservatory of The Hague. Cellist of Theresia Orchestra (Italy). 


Sophia is passionate to make learning fun for children, and will guide to explore music as a form of art and expression. 


Language: English & Japanese


Talitha Witmer - Lute & Guitar

Through our lessons, we will learn what fun music brings to us by making it ourselves - with playing solos, duos, singing, improvisation, and games -  your ears and fingers can grow endlessly! Lutes are available for 5 y/o and up. 4/5 could start on an ukulele as well.

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Language: English, Dutch & Japanese