I am very patient teacher and I want my students to develop their musical knowledge through learning to basics and later advanced music theory. We will start with getting and understanding for the role of different instruments through different genres of music. I'm very happy to have suggestions from studies or song that a student or a parent wants me to focus on.
My focus is to promote interpersonal relationships with my students to foster an environment where the student feels safe enough to take musical risks to further their talent. This also helps the student to trust in the instructions I give.
I plan to teach music theory beginners and to provide them with the knowledge needed to succeed as musicians at a pre-tertiary level, although I am willing to teach all ages regardless of study or schooling. I teach directly and address all difficulties at the root of the problem. All students learn differently, so I aim to teach every individual in a way that works best for them.
Having been blessed to have been taught great teachers in both the classical and jazz genres I have been exposed to differing teaching styles and have looked to assimilate them into my own unique method. At Trinity college I learnt from the Head of Music Dr. Robert Braham throughout my ATAR years who had great emphasis on score analysis (theory) and aural development for students.
My teaching method is entirely dependent on the individual - i.e. what he/she wants to learn, has questions about, doesn't understand, etc. My philosophy of music is a bit like a target - a ring of concentric circles. We start where you're at and push as far out as we can. It's all connected, but I teach in stages, so as to equip the individual at each stage, not only at the end.
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My methodology is European/Italian/Neapolitan. My piano school belongs to the Thalberg piano approach. The piano lesson, suitable for leisure or profession, goes for half an hour. My composition school is European based, focused on analysis of J.S.Bach's works. The composition lesson will be based on students' needs.
I approach music student lessons with a structure that brings together the student's current abilities with their potential to grow in a particular field. I model a learning activity, allowing the student to contribute/participate, while gradually increasing the level of challenge. This works particularly well in live performance studies.
I believe that everyone should love music. Whether you are a complete beginner who wants to learn to read music or a student studying music at a high school or university level I can help you achieve your dream. I am offering flexible online help, fitting in with your routine.
I have been teaching piano (classical and jazz) to all ages for over 20 years and really enjoy watching my pupils making progress with their studies. Do you want to pick up where you left? ..all ages welcome..
My approach to teaching composition depends entirely on the student’s aims and interests, so the lessons can be tailored around whatever the student wants to focus on. For example, composition lessons can involve doing creative and technical exercises, listening and analysis or working on a particular piece.
Whether you are preparing for exams, concerts or just want to play the violin as a hobby, I will pay equal attention to technique and musicality and will teach HOW to practice effectively - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Violin and Music Theory - Tell me about your qualifications.
I am an experience pianist who can play a broad range of styles. I teach classical, jazz and pop. I enjoy passing on my skills to beginners as well as advanced students. It's never too late to learn, whatever stage of life you are at! - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach piano from beginners up to grade 8. I also teach students who want to learn how to play jazz and pop music.
I believe that the best teachers should provide tailor made coaching styles and methodology to enhance the learning experience for each individual. An acute awareness of both aural and visual elements is best when facilitating the needs of the individual.
I'm a friendly and experienced professional singer, singing with a variety of opera companies and professional choirs. I believe that no matter the style of singing, strong vocal technique is essential for success. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Singing in a variety of styles, from classical to pop, rock and music theatre.
If you're looking for someone to guide you through the first steps of your musical journey or to expand your knowledge in various styles for piano, voice, music theory, production or composition lessons, visit my website for more info.
I am a concert pianist and composer and enjoy teaching alongside my music career. I have studied and worked with many great professors from all over the world and I know how important a great teacher is. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach piano as well as music theory and analysis. I particularly enjoy working with those students who aim to play piano professionally.
I am a highly qualified and experienced piano teacher, regularly performing as a solo pianist and chamber musician in the UK and abroad. Based in Weybridge, Surrey, I am keen to help dedicated pupils of all age and abilities.
I teach to every kind of musician, from beginners (including little children) to pre-professional. I have some experience in group lessons (music schools) as well as private lessons. The way I organize my lessons depend on my pupil(s): it can be pre-organized, for example when it concerns children.
I take lessons at the pace the student is able to learn and adapt my lessons to their needs as I recognize each student may learn best in more effective ways. I can tutor at any level, from beginning to advanced level students.
My general approach to my own studies is to understand the basic concepts of a topic, and to then build this up with knowledge gained as I continue through. I would like to help students approach their own work in this way instead of rote learning, which will not pay off in the long run.
I am willing to give lessons based on ABRSM grades, or even as an assistance to GCSE or A level music. I am happy to start at any level. My approach is to relate the theory to a practical purpose as it makes it more meaningful, for example explaining a particular style of piece and then having the student learn or write a piece in that style.
Hi, congratulations on making the first step! Studying music/languages is fulfilling and something which can benefit all areas of your life. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Music (violin, viola, piano, theory, history) and Languages (English and Spanish as a foreign language) - Tell me about your qualifications.
www ; mariedebry ; com Marie is a very enthusiastic teacher, teaching all ages and levels through an individual based method depending on the student’s personality and interests. Marie encourages students to discover their instrument through the different paths of sound, posture, intonation and interpretation. She also includes music theory in the lessons.
Beginner, improver, or seasoned professional - I can help you get more out of music! You won't just learn how to play the piano or sing: you'll also get a wide and varied education in music creation and performance; gain confidence, and have fun! - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach piano of all genres; popular singing styles, particularly pop, blues, soul and rock; and I also offer...
Music has always been my passion and being able to express it through clarinet has always been a privilege and joy. I am happily sharing my experience and approach to students of all ages and levels (beginner to post Grade 8). - Which subject(s) do you teach? I mainly teach Bb clarinet and also offer lessons in both most common auxiliary versions (Eb and Bass clarinet).
After so many years of experience, in so many parts of the world, I tailor my teaching to meet the needs of each individual student, whether it is in performance, repertoire or the needs of various qualifying exams, A-levels, etc.
Music is one of the basic colours of our lifes. Why just listen to it? Let's play it, create it and express ourselves! - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach flute (piccolo, alto and bass flute as well) up to professional level. Repertoire: from baroque to the latest contemporary music. I also teach recorder or Fife to very young pupils, in order to prepare them for playing the flute.
I have a relaxed but firm approach and teach theory from Grade 5 upwards, GCSE and A level music for all exam boards. I use a variety of resources and demonstrate where appropriate and expect all tasks to be completed on time.
I offer lessons to pupils of all ages and levels. My method of teaching varies based on each individual's level, goals, and music taste. However, I make sure that the fundamentals are internalised in all cases. I am patient, calm and supportive throughout the process.
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