I believe that the best teachers should provide tailor made coaching styles and methodology to enhance the learning experience for each individual. An acute awareness of both aural and visual elements is best when facilitating the needs of the individual.
I endeavour to make sure every lesson is geared towards the needs of each individual student. I am fun, patient and it is important to me to achieve a goal of allowing the student to flourish as a musician as well as finding their own way to play. Which subject(s) do you teach regularly? All Brass instruments, music theory, conducting, musicianship, GCSE and A-Level Music.
I teach all styles of piano music and all levels from beginner to advanced. I can take you from grade 1 to grade 8 with the Associated Board if you wish to do that. Or you can just play for fun and relaxation. I am a very patient teacher and make lessons fun.
Just the way a song should be written is how I structure my tuition. We will delve first into The history of music and the music of Now. Then you flip the perspective and you analyse your own idea of the history of music, or should I say, how you perceive the history and movement of songwriting and how it has developed and evolved over time.
My teaching varies from student to student depending on what they most need help with. This could be help with structure, arrangement, top line or lyrics. I also offer advice on aspects of inspiration, where to find it and how to organise your nuggets so they're ready for a serious writing session. Importantly any sessions we do together are purely advisory...
I am a professional violinist working in London and Manchester. After 17 years playing with the Halle Orchestra, I now freelance with with the major orchestras and appear regularly as a guest leader. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach violin and music theory. - Tell me about your qualifications.
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