My approach to guitar and music is hands on. I focus on the physical playing of the instrument first, with an introduction to Tabulature (TAB) we learn basic riffs and warm ups to get our finger dexterity up. Once we are more comfortable with our instrument I introduce chord fingerings and touch on some music theory.
I have taught from the AMEB, CPM, ANZCA Modern, Classical and Rock syllabi. My students have all achieved outstanding grades whilst also learning a great deal of free choice repertoire.My focus is on music theory, various warm up exercises,aural tests,sight reading exercises, scales,chords, picking exercises,improvisation and rhythm structure.
My name is Brad Dickson. Married and living in Dundas for several years. I consider myself a motivated and capable teacher in areas ranging from Music Theory to Aural skills, Contemporary Acoustic and Electric guitar, Bass guitar. Check out my website (concealed information) Much experience preparing students to play in a school band and making lessons fun for kids.
I'm a very thorough teacher and I expect to impart every tiny amount of knowledge that I have into my students. My classes are very practical and the child will be sound in the theory and practical aspect of music.
My teaching lessons are a mix of practical ability, theoretical knowledge and aural skills to allow students to quickly learn how to play tunes, then understand the theory behind songs and finally equip them to be able to create their own original music.
I can teach beginner guitar lessons through to lessons and tutoring for HSC students (in both performance and theory areas). I'm patient, easy to understand and want the best for all music students. I am proficient in reading sheet music, performing, and writing about music - which is a major component of the HSC music course.
My teaching style is very individualised to the student I teach. Every student has their strengths and weaknesses so for some students I might have to focus on music theory, some may need help with guitar technique and others may need help in musical expression and performance.
I try to demystify some of the confusion arising from learning an instrument by giving students opportunity to enjoy music making for its own sake, both at the lesson and at home. At it's heart, music is a common language, and learning of it should be accessible to everyone.
My lessons are fun and informative! I have many ways of guiding you through the three main components of music education: Melody, Harmony & Rhythm. Music theory & music reading options are also available.
- Lessons are customised to suit every individual students goals and requirements. - Tuition needs to be a fun challenge & genuinely engaging to be effective. - Learning materials and student specific practice plans are supplied.
I base my classes off of solid foundation and nailing the simple things in order to make the more difficult parts of learning guitar much more intuitive and simple. Lessons can be guided by the student's interests or I can help a student figure out what is best for their improvement (this is especially helpful for beginners).
I have been teaching students of all ages since 2014 and believe in catering each lesson to the individual.
My method is to focus and improve upon a student's weaknesses whilst bolstering their strengths to make sure that they are enjoying lessons and are genuinely interested in what they wish to accomplish. My goal is to make sure that my students are engaged and willing to learn more each time I see them.
I gained my strong foundation in the areas of Music Theory and Harmony, Musical Composition, vocal pop and knowledge and understanding in popular and jazz music. My areas of expertise are playing guitar and teaching Baroque, Classical, Spanish, Flamenco, Persian, Mediterranean and South American music.
I am Nathan Sharp, 41, New Zealand born and living in Perth, W.A. I am an experienced tutor in English and also an accomplished acoustic guitar player/singer/songwriter/teacher . When I tutor English students I usually focus on their current work load - homework assignments & test/exam preparation.
My teaching method is teaching the person the basics in the beginning then letting that person develop his skills through practice. No rush is needed when wanting to learn something. The person learns at his own pace and then each time one level is achieved, I move on to the next level.
Hi! My name is Liv and I have a passion for music! I attended a music industry school and am now studying to be a music teacher. I have previously taught children singing, guitar (classical, accoustic, bass) and piano.
I'm a student so I offer low price lessons. My teaching method will be varied depending on what you prefer (whether you learn just for fun or you want to play professionally). I can teach at your place or online (though teaching in person would be much more effective).
Unlike most tutors I have interacted with, my key approach to tutoring any student is to make sure that they are having fun. Progress and improvement is always a given key objective, but sometime the fun in just learning and playing an instrument can be lost.
At the moment I am mainly teaching beginners but I can also help people who have some experience in Music and wish to see my approach in teaching. I focus mainly on getting the basics of singing down packed at first, and then continue to improve on smaller details as the singer improves.
I teach in a very simplistic way where my student understands every single step am teaching them. I also provide my very own experience and advice which might make the student feel more connected. I provide resources on what I teach so student and remember what I taught after we are done with the lesson.
My approach to teaching depends on the subject I am teaching. For subjects that are conceptual, like law or literature, I tend to be more conversational and create analogies so that students can understand subtle points I am trying to make. For subjects that are motor based, such as guitar performance, I am methodical and drill my students to refine particular areas of their skill base.
My main philosophy, and from what I've seen from teaching previous students, is that what people understand the content they are faced with, their enjoyment is immediately heightened. It is important that students are enjoying the work they are doing and this enjoyment comes directly from feeling confident and understanding the content.
My teaching method is based on my experience and experience on what my friends have found hard on guitar and to simplify those hard steps. I am patient and will slowly wait for you to get it right and will use positive encouragement.
I'm Daniel, a chilean guitar player, with a master in Civil Construction in Chile. Willing to teach spanish, french and also maths, our sciences lessons to improve your grades.
I approach the topic of music, in particular - the guitar, in a manner of "showing" you what I know in a way that makes complete sense to you, the student. Until we live in an age where I can download "Guitar Legend" in to your brain - Matrix, anyone? - I cannot "teach" you anything, I can only ever "show" you things that have objectively made sense along the way.
Ascertain both what the person would like to learn and if I can meet their needs. Assess the current level of knowledge . Strengths and weaknesses. My Philosophy is to help students identify their own learning paths to achieve their goals.
I give practical knowledge that you can always use in your music career. You will learn how to play your favourite songs on guitar, how to make up guitar solos on the spot, and some music theory.
I believe learning to read is an important foundation when combined with practical theory of either Classical or Jazz variety. This provides a basis for more advanced skills such as memorisation, composing, arranging and improvisation. I believe in studying as variety of styles including in particular popular, jazz and classical.
I first give the student an understanding of notes and basic chords, then from that we can begin to play songs and i can teach the student how to effectively practice at home and soon enough teach themselves the majority of work that they come across.
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Perfect! Michael started giving our son guitar lessons 1 Month ago, we are very happy and will continue with Michael. I would very much recommend him as a teacher as he is very patient, very friendly and very caring for his student.
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