I have had students of all ages and levels Graduate students to preschool. I normally talk to the students to understand what they really want to get out of lessons talk about the history of music and offend listen to music each lesson.
I specialise in you, it's all about what you want to get out of the instrument. I teach theory and traditional approach to the instrument, but I like to pepper up the dull stuff with history and fun stories about the Bass Guitar and its many eccentric players.
My main area of expertise has been to develop the technique required to become an independent performer. I particularly enjoy engaging in compositional and improvised sessions, both spontaneous as well as written compositions.
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.
Due to the physical nature of guitar, I don't have a strict ‘by rote’ approach to navigating the guitar fretboard and am instead interested in getting students beyond the point of imitating others – the goal is to get them to sound more like themselves. I use a constructionist approach to learning, that the student learns best from finding new concepts meaningful to them.
Classes can have a duration of 30-60 minutes or longer, depending on the student’s needs. I like to mix lessons using four hand pieces from early levels, introducing different styles of music and incorporating theory, technical and sight-reading exercises for a more enjoyable lesson. I delight in restoring a passion for music to the learner.
Building a relationship between practical skills and theory knowledge. I ensure that my lessons remain engaging and that each student has the freedom to progress at their own rate and study music that they want to learn. If students are learning something that they're really interested in, you've already won half the battle.
I teach what you want to learn because it's called "playing" guitar, not "working" guitar. A few simple chords to impress the girl next door? Sure thing. Breaking down a complicated Ben Howard melody? Totally. Creating your own version of a Tom Petty masterpiece? Absolutely.
My lessons are hands on and a safe space for experimenting and learning. I keep my lessons fun and informative, moulding my lessons around the abilities and interests of my students. I encourage my students to learn to hold rhythm, jam with other musicians, develop their own style of playing.
I am a student in high school and 17 years old and I usually make friends with students attending my classes. This makes teaching and learning more effective and efficient. My teaching method for beginners is based on Micheal Aaron piano courses.
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.
I am friendly and respectful to others, as I hope my students are to me. Starting out, I would benchmark your skill and see what musical direction you want to head in. Either I will be able to help you out with future lessons or help you contact a more appropriate teacher. I like to keep organised notes on progress, and I will provide lesson plans and a timeline tailored to your area of interest.
The philosophy of my teaching is that truly understand music students must learn to love it! I will keep rigid formats to a minimum so as to keep the lessons fluid and fun. My lessons are geared towards beginner and intermediate piano students who have an interest in learning new songs and developing the skills needed to learn independently.
Incorporating reading music and understanding music theory through fun activity sheets. I break the lesson up into playing and theory, making the lessons fun and also keeping the students concentration levels up. I also teach themed music and theory sheets. e.g. Easter,Halloween and Christmas.
Trained both musically and in theatrical forms, James Halloran offers piano and vocal lessons with an edge. Holding a bachelors degree in jazz singing, James understands that as a musician, it is just as important to captivate an audience with a performance as it is to have great technique.
During the first free lesson, I get to know who you are. What are your interest and specialities. I understand your musical experience and the skillset. From there, I ask the 2 important questions: what are your goals and why did you choose music.
I am currently teaching students that are in primary school and high school. Starting from preliminary to grade 5 on the AMEB exams. My lessons are broken up into scales and any theory that needs to be looked over and then working on the pieces of music. I teach students as I believe music can help assist kids in education and it is a nice skill to have.
Josh teaches students of all ages and all skill levels. Josh is currently tutoring and mentoring a student through VCE music performance classes. Josh offers fun and motivating teaching methods to help you become the best musician you can be.
My teaching method is to listen to students' playing then go over again to suggest them better ways to perform, how to practice in order for them to improve quickly. I always want students to have fun with flute.
My teaching method revolves around the needs of each individual student. For mature age students, I understand that life is busy and there isn't always time for practice. So I structure lessons around maximizing time efficiency and achieving results quickly. For younger students, I'm confident about simplifying information and making it digestible. My lessons structures will be long term.
I am a teacher who approaches each student differently depending on their goals and requirements. I prefer an environment where the student has a clear idea of what they want to gain out of the lessons so that I can directly address the areas of music theory that they may struggle with.
I believe first and foremost music should be enjoyed. I believe it is important to tailor each lesson to the individual students tastes and ensure that there is an even split of necessary piano training and something fun, played purely for enjoyment.
From the beginning you'll learn how to hold the instrument safely & effectively, to play notes and chords and scales. Then how to read music & play it, understand it & how to make it achievable & enjoyable ! If you are more advanced, you can learn tunes from recordings and from the page. I'll help you arrange & record your music & songs. or Prepare you for Music Examinations & Performing.
I teach a range of different people and will tailor the lessons to each individual's needs. I want my students to become confident in their abilities and this comes from not only being able to execute everything they need to, but understanding exactly why they are doing it that way. I am flexible in the way I work and am always open with communication.
I try to ensure that my students are happy while learning. This makes the learning environment easier to be in and encourages learning outside of lessons. I believe it is vital that the student understands what they are learning in tutoring sessions and do not believe in doing their assignments for them.
As a former professional horn player in the Symphony Orchestra scene, I have extensive performance experience and have a passion of passing on my knowledge to others. I have a Bachelor of Music from the Qld Conservatorium and can teach horn, trumpet, piano and flute.
I offer private tutoring as well as small session tutoring for band camps / workshops. I am able to teach AMEB content if you / your child wishes to sit exams. I teach half-hour lessons and understand that each student is unique and will have their own way of learning.
Mainly will be teaching Flute and Piccolo. Proficient in sight-reading new pieces from start to finish with a high degree of accuracy and at tempo. Talented musician skilled in flute instruction for beginning to intermediate level students. Offers a solid knowledge base of wind instruments and general music theory.
International Schools of Music (ISM) launched in 1997 after extensive research and recognising a need for more contemporary music programs for young students. ISM is now considered a market leader in music education for young students with schools across Australia, New Zealand, Asia, North America and Canada.
I take a pragmatic and step by step approach to learning. My teaching style is based on the needs of the student and lessons are tailored to each student's individual needs and requirements, regardless of age. I have experience teaching students of all ages, young and old and I am able to adapt my teaching and communication style to suit.
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