Learning to play a musical instrument at an early age can enhance many aspects of a child's life. The disciplined structured practice in music strengthens various brain functions and allows a child to apply those strengths to academic, social and emotional activities.
My teaching method firstly is to ensure stable basic skills( eg. scales) before moving on further. Technic is really important too, as well as theory. This is to ensure that the student will know how to read the notes and knowing it at their fingertips.
I can teach you how to play a killer groove, how to improvise, how to create your own walking bass lines, how to play along to your favourites, sight reading and theory. I can tutor VCE music performance exams and auditions for university.
The lessons are structured to accomodate the individual needs and direction of each student . A plan is made to help each student achieve their goals as effectively as possible, be it live perfromance, audition preparation or basic skill and technique development. I recommend a focus on fundamentals to create a foundation for development.
My teaching method is based on students current needs and working on adaptable skills (such as rhythmic work) not just focusing on learning pieces is a high priority, because it is a fundamental skill in musicology. I am also looking to becoming a teacher with the Suzuki method because I believe in its teaching practices.
Hi there music lovers! For those looking to learn basic guitar, feel free to touch base. I have been playing guitar since 13 yo. We will focus on the basics - reading chords, how to strum, and get you started with your fave songs first.
I tend to care to the students needs based off of what the students interests are. For example, some students may need a little bit of help with timing so I may use a clapping method whilst getting them to sing. I also go through different songs based off of the students preferences.
Private one-on-one lessons for adults and children (all ages and levels) Learn music you want to play: all styles Specialising in Beginners to Advanced Students including VCE syllabus Weekly, term and school holiday lessons for children Daytime lessons available for adults Current Working With Children Check BA Music [VCA]
My name is Etta McEwan, I have 7 grades of flute under my belt. I attended Hunter School of the Performing Arts and received 97/100 for my HSC Music. I like to start with the basics of reading and technique before starting to tackle pieces of music. My lessons are geared towards beginners not intermediate or expert players.
I am a relaxed and encouraging teacher with the ability to teach all beginning and intermediate students, young and old. My knowledge of music education experiences such as AMEB and VCE allow me to coach any student through exams and performances, although I do not believe exams are a must to learn saxophone.
To make music FUN and discover all the benefits it has to offer Learn songs that YOU want to learn Whilst I encourage all students to learn a little theory, I do not force them too as everyone has different aspirations for their playing future.
My method to teach is to demonstrate the skills to the student, and teaching them how to replicate it. I can teach piano playing techniques, methods for practicing and performing, sheet music reading and how to improvise in a Jazz, Blues, Pop, Rock etc.
Doesn't matter your age or your experience, even if you find it hard singing outside your shower, or get shaky fingers each time you have to play piano in front of someone, after all the technique work that will perfect your skill and help you become more confident, at the end of the day I just want to show you the joy of music! I am happy to supply music for you, but 100% encourage you to pick...
My teaching methodology is based on teaching the student's favourite songs and teaching the student how to play these songs by ear. These include any songs in any genre with any type of arrangement.
My teaching methodology is a bit unorthodox and focused more on the general skill set and personality of the student to help optimise learning efficiently. I try to drift away from common practices of teaching so that my students are able to engage their critical thinking in ways that would not be possible in standard teaching methodology.
I believe reading and technique are important. If these areas are not neglected in the early stages students are better able to explore a range of styles and genres, including improvisation, in a self directing manner.
I like to keep things quite relaxed and quite fun in the classroom. There will be lots of warm ups and games that everyone will enjoy. My lesson structure generally consists of 50% theory and 50% practical exercises. They all contribute to the student's skills and understanding of different aspects of music.
I will encourage and inspire you to find your own 'voice' and discover any road blocks to your progress without copying other musicians. I want you to become an individual performer and discover your own talent with your chosen instruments. Be it percussion, woodwind, guitar or keyboard.
My teaching philosophy is to learn piano with joy and become friends with it till your entire life. Thus, apart from solo pieces which are the core learning, I often and encourage students to add some piano duet repertoires in their lessons so that a variety of melodies can be played and heard.
One of my teaching methods is to explore what sort of skills, songs, genres, and music theory that students are interested in and provide the best and fastest way to achieve their goals (Because no one would have much motivation of learning something that they are not interested in honestly).
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 start off my teaching with basic violin knowledge (assuming the student is a beginner) and teach basic opened stringed notes with drawings to visualize and help make it easier to understand for younger students and of course no first lesson is complete without learning how to play something simple and fun!
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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