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.
Not every music student has the same needs. You need a method that has been proven to work over and over again, but you need a professional to identify exactly which method is going to give you the results you are looking for, as fast as possible, so you remain motivated and confident.
I will teach people by example and also use internet to assist, I am a mature guy with good knowledge for those with an interest to learn how to play for enjoyment and play songs using chords and notes
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 PATIENCE. I know is not easy but must be fun. I like to teach what my students like to play, you can choose the music (classic, modern, etc...) I teach to kids and adults, your age doesn't matter at all.
The most important thing for me is that the student ENJOYS playing and making music.
Every student is different, and whether your studying theory or voice truth is it can be difficult, I have a fun approach to teaching theory, that normally has students in stitches, my main aim is that you don't see vocal activities or theory as a bore, I want to help you love your craft!
I base my classes on developing musical skills needed with a focus on the style the student is most interested in. Each lesson consists of - Rhythm skills on selected instrument (Developing strumming hand technique and rhythm accuracy) Scale Patterns Chord Patterns Learning a simple song that the student relates to.
My teaching method follows a very intuitive music mindset, I encourage my students to follow their own musical journey and use my knowledge to aid them in whatever path they wish to follow. Whether you would like to learn sight reading and theory, jazz improvisation, or would like to simply know how to play chords and sing along, I will be 100% devoted to helping you achieve your goal.
My teaching methodology is adapted specifically to the different needs & learning styles of individual students - everyone learns & processes things differently! This forms the core aspect of my approach, and this tailored methodology accelerates and expands the developmental potential of each individual.
I have teaching methods designed for beginner to intermediate students of all ages. I believe anyone can learn to love music and I am happy to bring this passion to any age or ability level. I teach with a range of techniques and methods, for younger students using colours to represent notes and fun activities to remember what they have learnt.
My teaching method is in the initial lessons get the child playing to a level that they can have some fun and then begin working on the more intricate parts of drumming eg music reading, rudiments, syncopation etc. In the early stages I use words such as 'apple' to describe a rudiment with two notes 'a,' 'pple' becomes Left, Right for example.
I base my teaching and tutoring on the individual needs of the student. I like to use a variety of teaching styles and methodologies including visual, experimental, logical, and practical (hands on). I will tailor my lessons to fit what you want to learn. I have some experience teaching students who rate mildly on the autism spectrum, have OCD, ADHD, and Asperger’s syndrome.
I have many years of experience teaching bass, guitar, piano and music theory. Learning music should always be fun, and I focus on working towards goals set by the student, making it as fulfilling and enjoyable as possible. I always make sure all classes are tailored to the individual student's overall wants and needs. I have experience teaching students of all ages.
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.
I teach via repetition. It's worked for everyone I've taught in the past and efficiently helped children with learning in classes for years. I encourage people to put effort in to every class and aspire to make every lesson a lesson to remember.
my method depends on what they would like to learn, if they would see themselves making a career out of it or a hobby. the lesson structure will depend on what level they are at and what exactly they would like to achieve.
I use vocal exercises and the songs are structured to accommodate all ages and singing levels. I give them basic keyboard lessons. I record them singing. They get feedback by listening to their recordings. The students learn to listen and analyse their own voices and improve their singing by listening carefully and correcting their mistakes themselves.
Coaching you all the way from practice room to Stage Im flexible to help to customise the class "just for the student needs" . I do play other instruments and i will be coaching you how to perform along with percussion /guitar/bass / keyboard so while you learn we can build your own confidence to play with other musicians or jam with your friends from day one.
I am motivated and passionate and would like the opportunity to share my passion with somebody that has a likewise interest in Piano. My method of teaching is to first immerse the student in the fun part of music through listening, copying, singing, creating and exploring before we do anything to do with reading or writing music.
Over the past 14 years I’ve spent my time performing and writing in bands including The Getaway Plan and The Amity Affliction. I’ve been lucky enough to perform all around Australia, America, Europe and the UK, playing venues ranging from the Brixton Academy in London to Rod Laver Arena here in Melbourne.
I am willing to teach and provide my students with help for school music, piano, theory and violin. Every lesson, Aside from playing the instrument, I will run through a series of aural tests and theory work with my student every lesson to get them ready for examination.
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 tailor educational material based on the individual students' progress to encompass a variety of essential aspects of musical approach and practice. For many freelancers and newcomers it can be difficult to tap into the pragmatic facets of the art, this program is here to assist and fill in the blanks where ever they may be.
I love to communicate with students and engaging students with a full heart and joy. I seek to equip students with the performance and theoretical skills that will see them excel no matter which path they take in the music. An engaged and determined teacher, I thrive teaching both one-on-one and in group scenarios. I teach students confidently and positively.
I am friendly and love a chat! I get along with people from all walks of life. My lessons are best suited to inquisitive students who whilst may not have the highest level of skill but are willing to learn. My lesson generally focus on things students need to improve or need help. They are flexible and exciting.
I will teach you musical theory that ranges from harmony, scales, intervals, triads, chords with seventh and extensions, as well as voice leading based on classical music and also in contemporary music. But most important, how to read music and write music.
Lessons are available at my home in Princes Hill. I am Experienced teaching a wide age range from small children to retirees. I Teach Classical and Contemporary guitar and Music Theory Please don’t hesitate to contact me for further information.
Lessons available in both classical and contemporary guitar styles, beginner to advanced, all ages welcome. Can also assist with all aspects of music theory and sight reading.
I am Derrick Obara, my stage name is the Afro-Phonist. I love socializing and getting to know people especially when we relate musically. I am geared towards students who are passionate about music, the must have an aim to why they want to learn music.
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