I don't teach student how to play music, I teach techniques that enable students to learn music they enjoy independently. I share with my students the knowledge and skills I've learnt over the past two decades and help students develop solid understanding, skills, and confidence on the piano. Lessons are held at my studio located in Marden. Home visits available within 10km from Marden.
I studied drums and percussion, theory and practice, throughout my schooling years and have since been involved with numerous events and gigs across Australia. A credible resource that has contributed to the major development of my learning is a book known as 'Rhythm Section Drumming'. This would used as a key resource and approach towards teaching, along with many others insightful notes.
my method of teaching is. i take fare and panic out from every student.the nest thing is.i fine a way to bring the joy part of my student.from there i start with the basses of music on the table. notes and chords follow.just easy and cool to play music.
I believe in hard work and efficient practice. My teaching method depends on the student's preferences or learning method. I structure my lessons to suit students, whether they prefer more sight reading, perfection of pieces, music theory, piano skills or others.
I will teach from the AMEB syllabus from preliminary grade to 2nd grade. We will fill in anything that you need in order to understand the concepts. I will cater to your individual learning needs as required to learn the material.
My teaching method is fluid based on the individual's learning style and desired outcome. I ask all students to decide on their goals and time frame and we work together to achieve this. I believe that music is a joy and aim to foster that joy in others.
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Although I am very competent at playing the piano, teaching people is an aspect I am not extremely familiar with and I would therefore love to teach beginners.
My teaching methods are individualised to each student depending on their musical goals. Each lesson incorporates practical skills and musical theory is weaved into the lessons as needed. Learning an instrument purely for fun or a more formal structured approach for exam preparation can both be accomodated.
I am a lover of nature and the Arts and my teaching philosophy is all about communicating beauty and expression in music. My pedagogy focuses on helping students become artistically expressive and technically proficient. The joy of understanding and playing beautiful music will enrich your life, develop the brain and enhance wellbeing. I am able to teach all ages, stages and genres.
Customized private lessons will be given based on the learner needs including the prior knowledge/learning experience so i can get the idea about where to start or what need to be improved. The teaching books i chose would be also depending on the learners' needs such as age, preference, learning purpose and prior experience.
My teaching method is a traditional one that considers the basic of the music theory and practice. The practice is a vital part of the learning journey. And in order to maintain proficiency it is better to start exercise with your favorite piece of music that makes you really passionate to perform it by yourself.
I base my lessons to suit the learning style of the student and their abilities. For example if the student I vey practical, I wont write things down for the to constantly keep reading and I wont teach a beginner something an expert would be learning.
I base my lessons on what the overall goal is for the student such as; learning to read music, learning piano, learning singing techniques, song writing tips and tricks etc.
Think of me like Yoda, but taller and less green. I teach music because I love music, and I want to be able to share that with people! My methods of teaching differ based upon the person, their age, and their experience with music. I want students who are eager to learn an instrument or how to read music. I'm not looking for students who are being forced into taking lessons.
I love working with children of all ages and adults. I find joy in sharing my knowledge of the piano and music to others and watching them grow musically. I base my lessons around lesson books but with my own style of teaching. I strongly believe in step by step teaching as I find it makes it a lot easier for my students to understand and learn new concepts.
My teaching methods really focus on providing the knowledge and understanding that is required for the student to know about music components of theory and practice.
The lessons are geared towards children, who's experience ranges from beginner to Grade 2 piano. Weekly 30 min lessons will be held in the tutor's home - children age 3-5 are expected to be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Piano, theory, and note books will need to be personally purchased if requested.
All ages, both beginners and continuing students are welcome. I teach the AMEB syllabus and individual learning needs for recreation. Lessons can be taught in English or Mandarin Chinese. I have great willingness to help students develop their talents while nurturing them on their journey of music.
I tutor to read music notation. tablature and playing by ear. lessons are for half an hour or longer depending on your choice. I tutor groups so tell some friends and start together. The lesson is structured with warm ups previous learnt material. new material. demonstration, scales arpeggios and improvising.
I am a passionate about giving others, particularly children, the opportunity to learn and experience the joy and freedom of music. I believe the best way to do this is to equip students with not only the necessary tools to play music, such as music theory and technique, but also the skills needed to perform and share music; confidence, creativity , persistence.
My aproach to teaching strings is to help by playing along and giving harder pieces throughout time. I am nice but strict. Kids do not like having heaps of stress layering on top and giving small bits time to time does get their learning to improve much faster than just forcing all the knowledge into them.
Since retiring from my position as a university lecturer I am now offering private lessons to violin students at all levels in classical and folk styles, including the AMEB exam syllabus. Learning and refining skills and knowledge is most satisfying and rapid when we are fully engaged in the learning process.
Most of my students are school age children, but I have experience teaching adults too. Levels of teaching go from beginner to intermediate with emphasis in chords, scales and music reading. I can teach for half an hour or one hour, depending on the student needs.
Lessons are tailored to what my students are passionate about in music. We'll keep a lesson diary to check in with how you're improving and I will write exercises for you to practice in your own time outside of lessons.
My lessons typically consist of finding out where the student is on a technical and playing level, what they are interested in learning and then developing a long term plan that is designed to push them forwards in their playing and musicianship.
I can teach students of a beginner to intermediate level, and will teach for AMEB exams up to grade 4. Classes can be either 30 minutes or 60 minutes, depending on the goals of the student. I believe in bringing creativity into piano classes, no matter what skill level the student is.
My teaching method is getting students to read music notation first so that they can become independent in reading music to insure they feel confident and comfortable knowing what they are playing. From there its just teaching the students all music theory and general knowledge.
I believe that it is important for students to have a well-rounded music education that encompasses aural, theory and practical skills. I also aim to make music a fun and enjoyable experience that brings people together and cultivates a positive musical community.
I tailor my lessons according to individual needs. Be it classical, rock/pop, jazz, church music, or even songwriting, I can tailor the class to what the student wants out of their lessons. I am a patient teacher though I can be strict if necessary.
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