I like to personalise my teaching method for each student. Each student has their own flare and own personality that shows in the instrument. I want to encourage students to find their own musical personality and to allow that to influence everything they play, whether it be scales/warm ups or pieces. As well as pieces, we will work on scales, posture, breathing, timbre, embouchure, and much more.
I am a 20 year old male, who is very interested in meditation, yoga and music. Much of my teaching is based on encouragement to persevere and flourish in their own personal practice, which is different for every individual. I can and have worked with various individuals and crafted a practice and routine designed for them and their strengths.
Development of a healthy technical foundation including breath management skills, body awareness and style appropriate vocal techniques as well as the skills required to perform. A fun and relaxed environment for all ages and levels of experience to learn and achieve personal goals.
My teaching is based on approaching each student individually and tailor programs to suit both their interest and their level of playing. I do believe in learning to read rhythm notation. I also use a large amount of playalong (pedagogic) music.
I aim to aid you in your musical journey and get you to where you want to be, whether in school studying for an exam or just wanting to jam with some friends, my teaching will have you fully covered. Teaching instruments of varied styles ranging from funk, blues, rock, jazz, metal, reggae, fusion, motown and hip-hop.
Very calm, proactive and focused approach as well as being organized and creative. I will focus on getting you playing sooner all while having fun in a relaxed environment through the songs you love.
Tailored to students, I approach each person as an individual, matching their energy and helping them stick to their goals. Kids are encouraged to play and have fun as well as increase their awareness of their own habits and practices, so they can learn in a way that is best suited to them, and feel empowered to take charge of their learning.
I adapt each lesson to the abilities and needs of the individual student and what they wish to achieve - I tend to use each piece the student learns as a stepping stone in learning the techniques that they will eventually use to teach themselves.
I believe there is no better teacher than experience, so my teaching method consists of a quick cover of the fundamentals of the topic at hand, followed by multiple exercises which the student(s) undertake under my supervision. This way, the student(s) gain a comprehensive understanding of how different practices are used in music and put it to use themselves.
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.
I plan and prepare my lessons in advance to cater for individual students needs and examination syllabus, while helping students develop a broader appreciation and understanding of music in a variety of styles through looking at theory, sight-singing, composition and other areas. I do my best to create a positive learning environment for students.
I teach the Estille method of voice which places a large focus on the mechanical workings of the vocal chords and lungs. I also teach my students pieces of technique from other vocal practices. I am a firm believer in teaching correct vocal technique from a very early age.
My Methodology includes a broad variety of music teaching. I want my students to be able to do more then one thing in music but most of all, I want them to enjoy it. This means that I generally teach anything they want whether its jazz or classical, or there favorite pop song.
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.
Flexible and creative learning with a focus on intuitive and intellectual process in problem finding/problem solving, developing personal practice strategies in self and group learning contexts.
I emphasize my teachings on practice, passion with the instrument and most of all - having FUN! Familiarization with the instrument is foremost. I teach the student the basics of reading notes and guitar tablature. Practice exercises are given on each session. Finger and strumming dexterity is also developed.
My teaching method is geared towards getting the best out of each individual student irrespective of their level of understanding and or experience ( from beginner to professional).
My teaching method is different for every student depending on where strengths and weaknesses lie. I am a patient teacher who wants to help students to reach their full potential.
My students range from beginners to high level students. They work on different genres and types of music based on their interest and goals. For the beginners, I use different materials for each students depending on their musical strength and weakness, the example of the materials are Alfred, Piano Adventure, Suzuki, Hal Leonard etc.
My teaching is based upon gaining an understanding of what the student wants to get out of learning the guitar and move forward with a fun and structured approach to achieve that goal, whether that be to learn songs, follow a formal grading route, develop technique or learn new skills - beginner to advanced.
I start everyone off playing simple music in a style they are familiar and engaged in to get them comfortable on their instrument, then use their own personal goals and intentions with the instrument to guide their progression.
I am looking to tutor primary and high school kids on the flute and reading sheet music. I would prefer my students to bring their own sheet music or music books so we can work through them together. I can assist in correct posture, ways to hold and use the flute and how to read the music.
My teaching Method is practical, aiming to train the voice itself. In the process you will learn musical skills which will help you excel in your singing ability. As a fresh and young male voice, I can better connect with a younger student through being able to relate my experiences with them. I can work with most genres (Pop and indie) as well as choral performance.
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.
Understanding the individual students needs is my primary focus. From there, we build up an appreciation and enjoyment for practicing music, developing necessary skills along the way. I teach by example, believing that the student must be inspired by the tutor, that way I can pass on my love and appreciation for the subject.
I've been teaching since out of high school for seven years with my experience with students ranging from 4 years old to students in their 60s and 70s. I can teach instrumental practices of piano and drums to beginners and intermediate students although I primarily now teach electronic production, composition, songwriting and music theory.
I look for sheet music of songs that the students would like to learn, and teach them to read the sheet music and play the songs on the piano. Students will learn and practice the songs until they can play the whole song beautifully.
My way of teaching is from my many years of playing shows, practicing, teaching and just being a musician as well. I can identify what problems the individual needs to become more aware of and I create lessons according to what he/she needs to learn to become proficient in that area.
I focus on the learning needs of my students during lessons. I believe music should be internalised before it can be expressed. This way, students will be taught to play from the heart, which makes lessons less clinical and more enjoyable.
I prefer to learn what kind of learner my student is as soon as possible, so I can tailor the teaching towards what works best for them. Some students prefer to watch the piece be played before trying it themselves, some learn better by diving right in and some would rather listen and follow along.
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