Tommy tailor's lessons to suit the needs of the student. As a classically trained pianist he can teach sight reading of musical notation, and proper technique, whilst as a modern/contemporary musician he can teach fundamentals of pop/jazz/rock in accordance with the student's preference.
International Schools of Music (ISM) launched in 1997 after extensive research and recognising a need for more contemporary music programs for young students. ISM is now considered a market leader in music education for young students with schools across Australia, New Zealand, Asia, North America and Canada.
I base my classes on allowing students to find their own pathway towards music and finding their preferred genre of music. Also, I would make my teaching course a calm and peaceful environment where each student can learn at their own pace, to promote a fun yet educational experience for the students.
My priorty is to create and maintain a love of music in the student's soul. When you have that desire for music, you will thrive on the instrument regardless of the level of talent. I tend to follow AMEB syllabus as I am in Australia but I can also work with other syllabus'. Some students just like to play through method books or work through various pieces of choice and progress that way.
I believe that every student is different, and with some concepts being difficult to grasp, the approach to success requires flexibility. My philosophy in learning is ensuring that students understand the basics of music, while concurrently applying the acquired knowledge and skills to music which the student can then perform.
My teaching method is to understand the student and working out the best solution that works for individual to thrive their musical potential.
My teaching method is 'fun', but punctuate! I usually base my Piano classes on the books according to the learning tier of the students, and I also approach to my topic by vividly directing the students which is also called 'guiding'.
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.
I use Howard Gardner's theory of Multiple Intelligences to help you learn. If we need to draw a picture or do some maths to help you learn piano, let's do that! I am patient and gentle.
believe that it is fundamental during piano lessons to teach students the "musical tools," and knowledge that they need in order to learn all types of piano music. There is no better way to do this than through a weekly class, which helps to ensure content retention by reinforcing your studies.
My lessons are tailored to the needs of a student. Students choose what they like to play, and my job is to arrange that particular peace of music in the way that we all satisfied and that includes Music Egsamination Board.
Everyone learns differently. I focus on your strengths. You may prefer certain songs and I can choose some for you. Lessons are built on a step by step process giving you a solid foundation for playing confidently. We use technical workbooks, theory books and music books for an all round basic musical education.
Tailored to students, I approach each person as an individual, matching their energy and helping them stick to their goals. Kids are encouraged to play and have fun as well as increase their awareness of their own habits and practices, so they can learn in a way that is best suited to them, and feel empowered to take charge of their learning.
My students range from beginners to high level students. They work on different genres and types of music based on their interest and goals. For the beginners, I use different materials for each students depending on their musical strength and weakness, the example of the materials are Alfred, Piano Adventure, Suzuki, Hal Leonard etc.
I like my students to be comfortable but they know I like to get their best work out of them with an easy going approach. Hard work pays off, but not in an old-school sense. I like students to focus on their interest areas but with honest guidance.
I prefer to learn what kind of learner my student is as soon as possible, so I can tailor the teaching towards what works best for them. Some students prefer to watch the piece be played before trying it themselves, some learn better by diving right in and some would rather listen and follow along.
I am an International student from Indonesia with Chinese background. I am a flexible person and easy to adjust myself to what you want to learn as well as help you to achieve your desirable skill.
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.
I like to start out slow by teaching the basics and helping kids to understand how the piano or violin works. First few times will be focused on musical integrity, posture and care of instrument. Most people love to learn new things and would start out fast, but I would teach them to get all the notes right first, before bringing any song or piece of music up to speed.
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 believe all lessons should be focused around the student and their needs. I'd like to start by identifying exactly what the student is having trouble with. From there we can move on to reading music and perhaps playing a few small pieces. I think any student with a positive attitude and a bit of persistence will find these lessons helpful.
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.
I teach contemporary music using music books from music stores and teach music theory as well. I begin my lessons with technical work like scales and then progress to pieces. I also can teach a little classical but only till Grade 2 AMEB. I have a Grade 6 AMEB Piano For Leisure and Grade 5 AMEB Theory.
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.
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.
Incorporating reading music and understanding music theory through fun activity sheets. I break the lesson up into playing and theory, making the lessons fun and also keeping the students concentration levels up. I also teach themed music and theory sheets. e.g. Easter,Halloween and Christmas.
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.
I first ask every student of how much they know so it gives me an idea of what they need to know. First, learning music theory is essential so when they play, the music in front of them makes sense. Here is a structure of what a lesson would look like.
I believe first and foremost music should be enjoyed. I believe it is important to tailor each lesson to the individual students tastes and ensure that there is an even split of necessary piano training and something fun, played purely for enjoyment.
Every student have their own method of learning, and there is not set method to teach music. The detailed structure of the lesson will depend on each student's strength and weaknesses, but I look to have lessons that lasts around an hour, including exercises on technique, carefully selected and tailored pieces, sight-reading exercises, and whatever else that may be appropriate.
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