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.
My teaching method is a mixture of traditional, particularly Chopin's, ideas and modern approaches. Choosing the best teaching books is crucial for both young and old beginners.
My teaching method is based solely upon the students. I focus my time on helping them learn the most valuable set of skills in the most effective ways possible. I always review my teaching methods repeatedly, and ensure that the student learns the main concept by the end of their lessons.
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 base my classes on - Care of your instrument Correct bow hold, left hand position and posture Learning to read music and understand the theory behind it Developing music skills by ear & improvisation Assisting students to learn...
My classes are flexible to change to fit the needs and skill level of the student. I like to incorporate musical theory, practical lessons and aural testing to help the student thrive in all areas of music to easily transfer to other instruments or musical interests they may have. I allow for examination preparation or piano for leisure.
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.
My teaching method is based on the student - how fast they can learn, how easily they pick it up. I've taught kids with down syndrome to simply my friends wanting to learn a few notes. I am simply just a Uni student, looking to give some lessons on the side, and share my knowledge and love for music.
My lessons are heavily focused on making regular, tangible progress. Too often the reason people stop learning music is due to feeling stuck. My lessons avoid this through the use of reasonable, achievable goals to be completed within a given time period.
My students learn to read, interpret, perform and feel music. Only that way they will able to appreciate this beautiful art.
I approach music student lessons with a structure that brings together the student's current abilities with their potential to grow in a particular field. I model a learning activity, allowing the student to contribute/participate, while gradually increasing the level of challenge. This works particularly well in live performance studies.
I primarily gear my lessons towards those who are willing to learn and practice. However my course would depend on the desired genres which the student is wishing to learn. For more classical/jazz/blues related genres I would mostly encourage sight-reading practice in addition to genre-specific techniques such as finger picking, complex chords, non-conventional time signatures, etc.
My lessons are driven by music that the student connects with, using scores and/or transcription.
I teach people of all ages in music theory and practicals. If you want to learn to play the piano or the recorder I can teach it to you from the basics. I can also teach you to sing and learn techniques on how to improve your voice range or learn to harmonise or to read music. I also teach music theory where you learn the building blocks which lead to great musical compositions.
My teaching method is to try and demystify the confusion often arising from the study of music theory by giving students opportunity to directly apply it to their craft, whether as instrumentalists or composers. At it's heart, music is a common language, and the learning of it should be accessible to everyone.
I teach mainly using my knowledge of the Estill technique. It’s based on the knowledge that our vocal muscles are just that - muscles that we can strengthen and gain control over, just like any other, to be able to produce the sounds we want.
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.
Whilst musicians use similar techniques and learn the same basics, learning music is a personalised journey, and so I hopefully can come to inspire and support the basic needs of the student, as well as be open to teaching fun and different tips and tricks.
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 can teach by a syllabus (ABRSM, Yamaha or Suzuki) or if you have no specifications I will find fun and relevant material to your child that they will engage in and enjoy.
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.
My teaching method is traditional but is very focused on individual needs. Whilst my background is western classical, I appreciate that students may want to explore other genres - exploring jazz, rock and musical theatre for example. Over the past 4 years since I started teaching in Brisbane from home and I have helped over 15 students of varying ages.
Most important factor is to ensure the lessons are always fun and entertaining. I have a very adaptive approach as each student learns very differently, especially when it comes to a creative outlet .
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.
Preparing for an audition? Singing for a friends wedding? Or maybe you have a sore voice when you sing? Do you just really, really love to sing? I teach adults of all ages how to develop their voice, prepare for auditions, performances and help with vocal pain.
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.
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 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.
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).
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