The research aimed to improve vocalisation levels of music teacher’s candidates on performance works for violin education moving from difficulties faced by prospective teachers. At the same time, it was aimed to provide new perspectives to violin educators. Study group was composed of six 3rd grade students studying violin education in a State University. The study group that determined by the random method was composed of six violin students totaling three experiments and three control groups. An experimental model with pre- and post – test control groups was used in the study. The obtained data were evaluated on the performance scale and analyzed by Man Whitney U test and Independent samples t Test. Data were statistically evaluated and the results showed that difference between pre-and post-test scores of experimental and control groups was in favour of experimental group. It can be argued that vocalisation levels have a significant effect on increasing the performance related to students’ musical and technical skills, also the research makes it clear that performance works is one of the major factor of that.