I'm a friendly and experienced professional singer, singing with a variety of opera companies and professional choirs. I believe that no matter the style of singing, strong vocal technique is essential for success. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Singing in a variety of styles, from classical to pop, rock and music theatre.
I'm a teacher, performer, and composer of clarsach/harp, piano and fiddle based in Glasgow. I am involved in teaching, leading and assisting children's workshops along with teaching and tutoring on a one-to-one basis for both children and adults. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach the piano from beginner to advanced, and all styles.
Experienced piano teacher available in Wells, Somerset. I am happy to answer any questions you might have, feel free to contact me. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach: - Piano - Music Theory - Practical Musicianship - Aural - Tell me about your qualifications.
I am an experienced singing teacher and voice tutor. I can help develop your vocal abilities. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach the following from my studio in Purfleet (Thurrock) or in Waterloo (London). Voice Singing Vocals Stage Presence Breath control Private voice training is a one-on-one, hands on vocal experience.
I would base my lessons around teaching scales. It formed the basis of my university tuition and I feel it is the best way to teach perfect technique on piano. I could also offer to professionally record each student's repertoire at the end of each academic year as I am also a qualified sound engineer. This would be an indicator of the progress shown by each student.
My teaching methods vary depending on each student. I like to work on the basis of doing what will help each individual rather than applying one way to all. Overall, I think flexibility and commitment to getting the best results are the most important elements of teaching.
For voice lessons I like to start off with learning You and what You enjoy to sing! I'd like to hear your goals so we can work to accomplish them. Everyone learns differently so after we learn each other we will officially get started. Warming up with scales, and vocal exercises is very important so we should start with that. (It's fun don't worry..
As an 18 year old, studying a Music BA degree, I find it easy to relate to any stresses or problems the pupil may find studying Music, as I have done the GCSE and A Level in it, and taken many graded exams over the years. I take a gentle approach to studying to help relax them, ease them into any tricky ideas - as there are many in music theory, and help them achieve the results they want.
My teaching methods are expressive, therapeutic and liberal in a creative sense. I aim to encourage my students to experiment with a variety of techniques involving different strategies. I can cover more specific subject matters such as songwriting, guitar techniques (acoustic or electric) or vocal techniques.
My teaching methos are based on the needs and goals of the students. I believe that a tutor should addapt them lessons to the student, depending on what they want, level and the individual as itself. Charasteristic as dynamic and organisation are essential for me.
My lessons are typically based around the following areas; Guitar/Bass - Chords/Scales - Riffs/Voicing - Dynamics/Rhythm - Fingerpicking - Strumming - Plucking - Practical Maintenance Drums - Rudiments/Exercises - Counting - Stick Technique - Foot Technique - Practical Maintenance I can also demonstrate basic and/or professional level recording techniques for those...
I believe firmly in personalised learning - what's the best way to learn for you? I can design lessons based on your needs and adapt these depending on your progress. I have a whole range of resources designed for my classroom ready to go.
I love that music is so creative and diverse and am interested in both the practical and theoretical aspects of the subject. I hope to be able to transfer my knowledge and passion for either/both in a friendly, productive environment.
Asking what the student wants to learn and finding the best way to teach it to them! Get the basics mastered first and go from there. With singing it's all about the actual voice, ability, talent etc.
For me, teaching music and performing are the most direct and intimate form of human communication. Watching and helping people achieve and gain confidence through grasping this language is endlessly rewarding. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach musicianship and singing, Music Workshops, Classical Singing, Early Years Music, Jazz/ Pop Singing and Vocal Coaching.
My method of teaching stems from the student's wants and needs. Every student is different and unique in their own individual way, and I try and gather their expectations early on so I can create a more effective schedule for progression.
A dedicated and enthusiastic piano teacher, with a focus on musical expression. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Classical and contemporary piano. Music theory, analysis and practical musicianship. - Tell me about your qualifications. I hold several qualifications in piano performance, including a DipLCM, DipABRSM and ATCL (Distinction).
Lessons should be fun and rewarding! I'm a professional musician with a decades teaching experience, and tailor my lessons to the individual. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Trombone, as well as Bass Trombone, Jazz Trombone, Trumpet, Cornet, Euphonium, and Tuba, from complete beginner level to an advanced level.
I am a friendly, enthusiastic and engaging music teacher and professional musician. I have 10 years of teaching experience of all ages and abilities.
I am a personable and experienced tutor with an excellent history of successfully preparing pupils for the Kent Grammar schools and many of the top London based schools. I teach in a motivating, organised and adaptable manner. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I am highly experienced at tutoring Maths and English from pre-school to 13+ entrance. I specialise in the 11+ common entrance exam.
I am a passionate musician who is eager to inspire young people's curiosity for music. I believe in "sound before symbol", meaning that students should first experience the sound of the music before learning about its associated symbol or name. "Dominant seventh chord"; "interrupted cadence"; "relative minor key"...
I structure lessons to suit pupils, combining theory and practice to great effect. I have been described as extremely patient and helpful and am willing to try a variety of techniques to best aid the development of my pupils. I have a wide range of teaching resources which can be used to best fit pupils.
I am an experienced music professional who is passionate about teaching. I love sharing the wonder of music with everyone! Learning an instrument can be one of the greatest joys in life and I would love to guide you! - Which subject(s) do you teach? Guitar Piano Music Theory Composition - Tell me about your qualifications.
My method of teaching is based on the strengths of the induviduial student. Maximise on what makes them unique and work from there.
As a London based professional cellist, it is extremely rewarding to share with others the knowledge I have gained through years of studying this instrument. I enjoy teaching both committed players as well as those who play as a hobby.
My teaching methodology are Hungarian Kodaly Conception for solfege, and Italian Bell Canto for voice training. The Kodaly methode is a sequential learning process follows the natural developmental pattern used in learning a language, which is, aural, written, and then read. Solfege or “Curwen” handsigns are used as a way to visualize the pitches being sung.
I am a violin teacher based in NW5. I enjoy teaching students of any age or level and am able to travel for lessons. I also offer chamber music coaching (string duo, trio and so on), viola, aural skills training and advice on music history subjects. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I mainly teach violin but am also happy to help with aural skills and music history.
Lots of people say to me, "The violin is a very tricky and unruly musical instrument. Is that really something that I could play?? My answer is short and simple, "Absolutely!" - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach the violin. - Tell me about your qualifications. I am a graduate of the Royal College of Music.
I love meeting and building a rapport with new students. Each person is so different in their experiences and outlook, so I find it incredibly enriching to be able to meet each student at their level and work together to move forward.
I am a committed Piano tutor and composer with over 15 years experience teaching a wide range of pupils from children to adults. I always aim to tailor lessons to each individual's needs and abilities, and to make lessons both rewarding and fun. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I specialise in classical and jazz piano whilst also teaching rock and pop styles.
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