In demand London based Performer and tutor. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Jazz Double Bass, Jazz Improvisation, music theory and general musicianship skills. - Tell me about your qualifications. -MA (DipRam) in Jazz Double Bass from The Royal Academy of Music, London. -BMus (Hons) in Jazz Double Bass from TrinityLaban Conservatoire, London.
I teach one-to-one lessons in a relaxed but focused learning environment. I encourage awareness of all aspects of musicianship whilst catering to the specific needs and musical tastes of the student. I aim to enhance technical and theoretical progress with understanding and appreciation of the material being studied.
Stringed instrument Tutor St Albans - Which subject(s) do you teach? Bass Guitar, Double bass (classical and jazz) and Guitar, for ABRSM, Trinity and Rock School grades. I also teach Music Theory, Songwriting/Composition and preparation for GCSE and A level music exams. - Tell me about your qualifications. Bmus (hons) at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. Yamaha Jazz Scholar 2012.
First lesson free. Experience with pupils of all ages from 4 to 70s. Friendly and patient. Guitar, music theory and composition. Piano/keyboard for beginners. Degree in Music Composition with a 2:1 BMus(Hons) from Kingston University. A Level and GCSE music also. £30 per hour, £25 for 45 minutes, £20 for 30 minutes 10% off if you block book 10 lessons.
My teaching method is dependent on the students level of playing. If they already have the basics then we will work through Grade or song books to challenge their playing. If the student is starting from scratch then before that we'll spend time working on chord progressions and scales.
I give my lessons to anyone looking for 1-1 tuition. I work in the method of 'you need to work hard to where you want to be in life'. I also teach Figurenotes witch is a music reading software.
I attended Chetham's School of Music and hold degrees from the universities of Manchester and Cambridge. I am currently completing a PhD in ethnomusicology at the University of York. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Music. - Tell me about your qualifications. I hold an undergraduate degree in music (1st class) and an MPhil in performance studies.
Drawing on over twenty five years of performing in many different musical situations and styles, I tailor my lessons to suite the student's musical interests and needs. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach electric and acoustic steel string guitar, rock, pop, jazz, Balkan and folk styles. Classical nylon string guitar - beginner to intermediate.
Hi! My name is Tom Murrill and I run 'Smart Academy' at 'Smart Studio' Smart Academy is a private tuition service that not only offers beginner to advanced level lessons in electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, keyboard/piano and drums.. but also in writing and recording! Smart Academy is open to anyone of any age and experience level.
My Home Address is disclosed to Genuine Lesson Inquiries only. The majority of my Tutoring has been done on a One to One Basis, each lesson structure is tailored to the Individual. Some require a strict schedule I.E they wish to learn a specific piece of Music or wish to learn to master the Instrument, Chords, Scales and the Music Theory that goes with it.
I am a professional Double Bass and Bass Guitar player and teacher, a versatile freelance musician, regularly performing with an wide range of ensembles, from Orchestras to pop bands. I also teach beginner Piano and 'cello. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Styles taught include classical, jazz/pop/folk/bluegrass/rockabilly. - Tell me about your qualifications.
My teaching method varies from whoever is taking my lessons, and how they wish to be taught. However, from experience, I know it is much more fulfilling to be able to play a song you already know on an instrument instead of a song from a grade book.
*** HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR SINGER/SONGWRITERS *** I teach from a theoretical (simplified) angle for beginners or can jump straight into shapes and patterns for those who are intermediate and are either stuck or want to polish up their playing. Call it guitar for 'dummies' if you will.
My teacher at the time, Dagmara Kezbere used an old St.Petersburg russian violist school approach, which develops student's musicality as well as technique. I am friendly, creative, responsible and very well organised teacher who is passionate about sharing knowledge.
I tailor lessons to the students' needs and interests you can choose from any of these subjects - Instrumental Techniques (beginner to advanced/virtuoso level) - Music Theory (scales, chords, arpeggios, improvisation, composition, etc...
My lessons involve me asking first - What do you want to achieve? Rather than the textbook approach of throwing classical pieces at youngsters and boring chord sheets at students who want to learn metallica solos, I like to think that the aims, goals and ambitions of the player are the most key aspect to look at before anything else.
My teaching style is warm, friendly and open. I am as much about helping the student to find their confidence as I am about building strong technical foundations. If you want to study for grades, or just to improve your playing, I am more than happy to help.
Mobile Lessons in the comfort of your own home. All styles, ages and ability levels. I teach using Rockschool, RGT and Mel Bay Methods. Disclosure Scotland. Professional lessons. Fun but thorough. Please feel free to call me re. any questions or help with buying or renting instruments. Guaranteed results. References available upon request.
I will simply get you playing guitar as quickly as you want. I feel the best way is learning the songs that you love. In a song there is music theory, scales, techniques, chord sequences etc all vital to the learning of the guitar. By learning the songs you will be harnessing and developing these skills without even realising it.
To get the most out of our time together you must first ask yourself - What do you want to achieve? As opposed to the rather old school approach of throwing classical notation at younger students who want to become the next Hendrix, I like to think that the aims, goals and desired outcome of the student are the most vital aspect to determine before anything else.
There is no such thing as a definite approach. Andrea's approach is personalised to the needs of each student, based upon the following key factors: Age, Capabilities, Hours available for the student to practice at home, and the student's goals. It is not a secret among musicians that talent would be only the 10% of the whole, whilst the rest 90% is derived from student's systematic practice.
Professional musician with over 18 years experience helping people to get what they want out of playing a musical instrument.
Hi there. My name is Rob. I have successfully taught students ranging from 6 to 60 years old. My lessons are conducted in a relaxed and friendly manner, and my approach to teaching varies depending on what the learner's needs are and what they want to achieve.
My main intention is to help my student become not only a guitarist/bass player, but primarily a well rounded musician. I aim to teach a skill-set that will enable my student to work within the music industry enabling them to become any type of musician they wish.
I'm Fraser Murray, I've been teaching music lessons since I was in university as a student mentor across the country. I'm a patient, motivating teacher who can give free form or structured (graded) lessons for music and all forms of guitar.
My teaching method is simple...Work out who you are as a musician and a guitarist & play to all your strengths to help you establish you goals on the guitar. Whether you are a professional rock guitarist wanting to learn jazz, a beginner wanting to play your favorite songs, or you want to learn grades on electric or acoustic guitar...I would love to teach you.
I'm a professional guitarist providing quality musical and theoretical teaching. I can come to you on your schedule. All abilities welcome.
I like to teach each person as if they are a totally different to the last, based on ability, experience, what they can and what they can't do as of yet, I like to first meet he/she to see what level they are at, and then I can gauge as to what they need to do, and how I can help them grow and improve as an instrumentalist, but more importantly grow as a musician.
There's nothing quite like sharing your musical passion and seeing your pupil learn and develop as a musician. I believe it's important to be creatively involved as a student of music so I like to choose songs/ repertoire that my pupils are directly interested. Tell me your level or your area of special musical interest and I will tailor the lessons around that.
I'm Billy Crabbe, I'm an enthusiastic musician and guitar teacher based in North West London. I have a great passion for music and aim to cater each lesson to the student's needs in order for them to reach their goals.
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