The kind of students my lessons are geared towards is those violin beginners. My lessons would be basic and easy to understand. First step is getting to know those notes and after that is the scales. Afterwards is some practice songs.
I am very patient when it comes to teaching music to students, I always take baby steps in order to make the student feel confident learning the instrument and have the clear mindset to learn and practice.
I will set individual goals with all of my students, whether that be taking AMEB (or other) exams, preparing for auditions, or even just trying to learn a specific piece for fun. My teaching method is flexible; I can adapt to my students wants and needs. I am able to teach music theory, either incorporated into the lesson or as a seperate lesson.
- I am using Suzuki method for beginners - Students generally start with this method, and along the way, different methods will be added to enhance the learning curve.
As a welcoming and personable coach and mentor, I have a genuine passion for helping people and leaving them happier than before. Outgoing and individualistic, I aim to make lucidity out of chaos from a lifetime of experience as an eccentric performer and musician.
I believe that teaching someone requires flexibility on my half. I want to plan a lesson in advance but this could change on the day depending on the student's understanding of the content. Also, each lesson will be tailored to the specific student and will differ from student to student. This is because everyone is different and learns in different ways.
My teaching method is to progress in comfort and inspire self-development. Every student learns for different reasons and enjoys music differently. Music is a diverse and eternal art with so many styles and origins from all over the world.
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.
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 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!
From the beginning you'll learn how to hold the instrument safely & effectively, to play notes and chords and scales. Then how to read music & play it, understand it & how to make it achievable & enjoyable ! If you are more advanced, you can learn tunes from recordings and from the page. I'll help you arrange & record your music & songs. or Prepare you for Music Examinations & Performing.
Keeping my students engaged and excited about the learning process and ensuring they catch the heart of creativity and joy in music making is important to me. I combine practical instrumental lessons with theory and technical elements to ensure a holistic musical education.
I believe that it is important for students to have a well-rounded music education that encompasses aural, theory and practical skills. I also aim to make music a fun and enjoyable experience that brings people together and cultivates a positive musical community.
Having learnt the violin for most of my life, I know how challenging (and rewarding) studying music can be. Sometimes you just need it explained differently or someone to show you, which is where I would like to help.
My teaching method changes depending on the student and their goals whilst also making it as fun as possible. Violin is such a diverse area of music that it is normal to have different goals that are not classically oriented.
Do, do, do! I think the best way to learn is to get in and do and make lots of mistakes.
I will guide you EVERY step of the way through you journey through the world of Classical Violinist or...
Building a relationship between practical skills and theory knowledge. I ensure that my lessons remain engaging and that each student has the freedom to progress at their own rate and study music that they want to learn. If students are learning something that they're really interested in, you've already won half the battle.
I am a musician/string player with over 25 years experience in assisting students develop their skills on the violin, viola or piano. Lessons are structured to ensure that students develop great technique in a warm and encouraging atmosphere ensuring great progress is made.
I currently study Violin at the Conservatorium of MusicI'm skilled at adapting different teaching methods to all students and making them feel comfortable and to be able to enjoy music at any time. I play Piano to guide students in learning and to widen their knowledge in music.
I try to keep the balance of having fun but also focus on specific topics to build strong foundation for later playing the violin.
I focus first on creating a beautiful sound and learning to listen. I am very technically orientated but I promise you will be having fun while you learn! I specialize in students who are resistant to practice or have had poor experiences elsewhere - my students love to play and love hearing themselves improve! I am happy to prepare for AMEB exams is requested. I also teach music theory and piano.
I am more flexible in my teaching method. Combining Classical and Pop songs.
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...
Pay attention to the musicianship and technique. Easily communicate and get along. Student-centered, responsible and patient. Be specific about problem solving in class and know about AMEB exam.
I base my class on enjoying. My first teaching philosophy is that the students have to enjoy the music. So I love to play together not only student. And I love to make beautiful harmony with my student.
For a beginner student, I start off with the basics and then guide the student through some levelled books, which include pieces that develop valuable skills such as duet playing. Students develop the full range of skills including reading music, listening, and it is important to me that they develop good tone.
I will be teaching beginner lessons for children aged 3-9. In my lessons, we will focus on developing important musical skills that are fundamental to learning the violin. This will be done with fun and memorable games and exercises that will aid with correct posture and intonation.
My lessons are geared towards beginner/ intermediate students, and I teach from home. I teach on the principle that teachers should be approachable and friendly to students in order to facilitate learning.
Bob is available for private lessons, principally on orchestral string instruments- Violin, Viola, 'Cello and Double Bass, in Rockhampton. Lessons on other instruments may be arranged.
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