Santi Fdz, guitarist, composer and producer from Madrid teaches at home. Easy and practical method to learn and better understand the instrument focused on what the student wants to learn. The classes will be dynamic adapting to the needs of each student. Reviewing basic theory, chord training, inversions of chords, scales, harmony ...
My main objective is to achieve fun, dynamic and practical learning, that is why I offer you a method adapted to your needs. The first part of the lesson is based on learning a concept of music theory and exercises to apply it to the Bass in the most pleasant and simple way possible.
My teaching method is based on working with each student on what they really enjoying playing and listening to. All the exercises and techniques are based on their favourite music style which always makes their practice time more enjoyable, keeps engaged and inspired to continue their musical journey.
I find where each student is at present; where they would like to go or what they ultimately want to do; and learn songs they are familiar with and will enjoy learning. I also love to have fun while working on our craft.
I can tutor at home or online and approach teaching guitar by giving the student a underpinning knowledge of the theory of the instrument, so that it allows the student to be confident on understanding the instrument through and through.
Methods depend on individual student needs, level and interests, yet may include...
First we will start with coordination exercises and exercises so that you can adapt.
I want my students to walk away from our lessons feeling inspired, so I like to build engaging lesson plans that are based around the individual student! The student's favorite music, level of ability, and goals all play an important role in this- Lessons are much more fun when you're learning music that you actually like!
My teaching methods are built on a modern approach that utilizes the technologically advanced world we live in. Lesson plans are completely catered to each student, emphasizing the enjoyment of the instrument in hopes to build a passion that can be carried forward for the rest of your life.
I tailor my lessons to the interests of the individual student. I encourage sight reading, but do not require it to get started and often find a mix of traditional notation and tabs tends to get better results and keeps students interested.
My approach to teaching is very practical. I believe there is no better way to learn something than to try it. My target audience to teach would be budding musicians ready to start their learning in one of the instruments I can teach. For basic music theory, anyone who is a beginner would be perfect. This is the same for guitar and ukelele.
my teaching methods will bring you through a series of different techniques and approaches to playing the guitar. I will go through a series of finger exercises to improve dexterity, bring you through different levels of musical theory, and of course learn your favourite songs.
My teaching is based on the sound methodology passed on to me by my excellent teachers and by my own experience in nearly 40 years of teaching. I am happy to teach music reading and/or TAB and the initial lessons will concentrate on good posture and establishing the basis of a good technique.
My teaching philosophy is one of hard work and positivity. I find that students who are encouraged to play in a fun and friendly environment get far more from their lessons and improve far more quickly than those who are simply forced into learning.
My methodology centers around the needs of students who want to learn music, particularly guitar, but have had no formal music education and cannot read notation. I developed a structure which teaches even novice guitarists how to play songs by ear.
I start classes by giving the student a fundamental understanding of how the guitar works, and learning what type of music you are most passionate about. This foundation leads to a basic learning routine to build proper technique, to quickly jump into learning your favourite songs and eventually writing your own music.
I base by lessons in response to what the students are looking to get out of the guitar. Whether it's refining skills before an exam, working through grades or play your favourite song, the most important thing is to love what you are doing.
I structure my lessons on a student-by-student basis, but always with the underlying strategy of building good playing habits, and preparing students to be ready for the next level. My students all learn how to read, write and understand music.
Many of my inspirations come from early blues/bluegrass, classical and rock musicians, such as Bill Monroe, Muddy Waters, CCR, Ferdinando Carulli, Metallica, Johnny Cash, Pink Floyd ect. I believe everyone and anyone is capable of acquiring the art of music through determination and the willingness learn. All students contain untapped potential, seeing that spark is my greatest passion.
I USUALLY TEACH WITH DRAWINGS, AND WHEN NEEDED, INSTRUMENTS. THIS IS SO THAT MY STUDENTS CAN EXPERIENCE THE PRACTICALITY OF IT AND REMAIN ENGAGED AND INTRIGUED, AS STUDENTS GET EASILY DISTRACTED.
I have a variety of methods that I use: 1) go by the book 2) show and tell - chord progressions, theory and reading 3) tips for basic preparation for practice away from the lesson - what you do at home counts 4) mentoring - other musicians and song genres
trial and error what works best for every student I know not everything works for everyone but it helps you understand how to make a plan or how you can grow as a student or a master in the realm of music
My teaching method is very individually focused because as a musician myself, I understand that not everyone learns as quickly or effectively in the exact same way. Focusing on the needs/weaknesses of the individual allows me to best aide students with their progress, and ensures that no one feels stuck in one place.
I always try give my students an interactive session which helps them to know about their instrument, music and various playing styles/genres.
I like to adapt to whoverver I’m teaching. Each person needs a different methodology, I hope to make music exciting, challenging and inspiring. Hi, my name is Ben I am a freelance musician based in the West Midlands. As a recent graduate from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire I specialise in Jazz Double Bass, but also perform and teach on a wide range of musical instruments.
I'm relatively new to giving lessons but strive to be as professional, accessible, and patient as possible. I will adapt to each student in accordance with their needs and abilities making sure the lessons are both challenging but also enjoyable.
Jon’s approach to lessons is to make them enjoyable and fun with a relaxed manner whilst at the same time pushing the students to reach their full potential. All lessons are tailored to the needs of the individual, raging from total beginners to Grade examinations (including Diplomas) with all the leading examining boards such as ABRSM, Trinity, Rockschool etc.
I am a passionate, highly qualified, creative, and effective musician. I have an informal empathetic teaching style and I focus on strengths, not weaknesses. I provide guitar lessons to all ages and all levels in the metro Olympia Washington area.
My teaching method is nice and easy where I work at your pace to insure that you learn what I teach. My lessons are designed around the type of music that you like and can relate to so that you can feel that you are learning something with me. Lessons are weekly and are normally 45mins as this is the ideal learning time needed and giving you plenty of time in between lessons to practice.
Through the choice and the practice of a certain repertoire, the subjects pertinent to technical and theoretical development will be approached and assimilated. First, I try to identify and understand the goals and demands of the student. Then I identify your level so I can choose the repertoire and some exercises.
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