My teaching approach always considers the specific needs and experience of the student. From the basics in music theory and composition to more advanced subjects, I'll always make sure learning is structured and paced appropriately. You'll learn many of the theoretical aspects of theory/composition as well as growing your own unique approach to learning about and writing music.
I help students relate to key musical concepts by using pictures, diagrams, sentences and acronyms. Language is a key aspect in music theory. I will test their learning ability through constant revision and by testing them on a regular basis.
Guaranteed to help each student find (or re-find) their footing and confidence in music, my lessons are always based on the individual's needs. I ensure there is always growth, positivity and fun throughout each session. My lessons are designed to develop musical awareness with a mix of theory and aural skills as well as provide the confidence to compose and create original musical works.
My teaching develops and nurtures basic music skills and artistic practices needed (on any instrument) to create original music. This can be explored either as an individual or as part of an ensemble.
- I am kind but tough as i want the best outcome for my students - I make it fun and creative working as a team to allow students to relax - Musical Theatre is my strength - I am geared towards all students of different ages - Teach mainstream and disabled
I have a creative and flexible approach and have highly developed musicianship, vocal, stagecraft and performance abilities. By setting realistic expectations and using positive reinforcement, I aim to create a fun environment that is conducive to learning for both child and adult alike.
Individual students deserve individual curriculum for teaching; I feel it is important to have a student first excited and engaged before extensive theory.
My teaching method is to create a solid foundation that can then be built upon. I start with the basics but tailor my lessons to the interests and needs on my students. If student need help with instrumental composition I will teach them techniques that will be useful to them.
My method of teaching requires me to understand the student in their capabilities and what they want to achieve. My aim is to improve their skills in a safe environment and to elevate their understanding of music, hopefully transforming it into a passion as done to me.
I plan my lessons around the students needs, anything from school classroom music homework to nationally accredited AMEB exams. During my degree, I studied subject in the field of: composition, music business, performance, arranging, music technology and standard theory.
I am very patient teacher and I want my students to develop their musical knowledge through learning to basics and later advanced music theory. We will start with getting and understanding for the role of different instruments through different genres of music. I'm very happy to have suggestions from studies or song that a student or a parent wants me to focus on.
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 teach according to the students needs, whether you're young or older there is always something you can improve on with music, I teach from a long standing technique based method, the best way to learn is by doing it yourself.
CLASSES FOR FUN: Want to learn how to write a rock song? Pop lyrics? Tripping over getting a catchy melody? Let's have some fun and get creating together! IN DEPTH CLASSES: If you are a serious musician wanting answers! I like to comprehensively go into the whys, hows and ways in which music can be understood.
My teaching methodology is very interactive and tailored to the learners needs. Holes in the learners knowledge are to be filled through mnemonic devices, weekly homework and engaging exercises to facilitate learning.
My teaching method is face to face. I like to use paper, theory, and techniques that suit the individual. I am a very flexible person and want to make you feel comfortable in the teaching environment. I love singing at the beach, in open outdoor spaces and in professional recording studios.
My approach to teaching is a mix between practical and theoretical learning. I believe everyone can reach their potential to learn if they apply themselves and I believe I am the right candidate to help steer them towards their goal. Whether it be learning to play the songs you want, or I provide a set list of songs. I would prefer to teach at home but I can do house visits.
I teach individuals and groups of ten to learn pitch rhythm dynamics and composition for performance and exams through ANZCA Australian and New Zealand Cultural Arts. My teaching method is based on the Kodaly and Colour Code for beginners and advances to Suzuki concepts of technique enhanced with student's personal flare.
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.
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 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.
My teaching methodology is based on my past teaching experience from the grand master of the flute, Leslie Barklamb and other noteable teachers in Australia. I intend to pass on the techniques I have learnt during my time studying flute extensively.
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 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.
My teaching method includes taking the time to understand how you process information as an individual, and then finding an approach that will successfully help you to understand the information. I have many different approaches to different aspects of theory, but I will find the one that will suit you best.
My teaching method is casual, informal and friendly. I have found in my experience that when it comes to out of school teaching environments, the less like "school" it is the better people of all ages respond. I like to work backwards from goals and formulate lesson plans based on what my students would like to achieve.
I like to tailor my teaching method to each learner.
I take as serious an approach to teaching as the student does learning : if you're seeking to learn music as a hobby, I understand you may not have hours a week to dedicate, and will be supportive of a relaxed musical growth. Vice-versa for serious music students : I have the ability to encourage you to success in a safe and interesting environment.
I have been giving music and singing lessons in-school and privately for 8 years. Whilst I am primarily a classical singer, I can teach a good, solid foundational technique for all style of singing. Whatever your goals are, I'd love to help you achieve them. I can also assist with music theory, musicianship, school music assignments and essays, and children's music lessons.
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Perfect! Carolina is a great teacher and my two children aged 6 and 9 love their lessons and her style of teaching. She is very calm and allows the children to learn by playing and providing them simple exercises to help them develop. Would highly reccomend...
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