I apply a pedagogical method that supports the learner in an effective process that supports and challenges them to work towards SMART targets. Use of Reflective practice allows my learners to consider their own progress, as well as personalised and efficient feedback through modern and traditional methods of assessment.
I believe that passion is the most important element in successful learning because when you have fun playing and practicing, you do it a lot, and practice makes perfect.
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 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 method in teaching really depends on the student as all students are different in the way that they learn. I tailor my lessons to suit their needs. I teach full RGT syllabus from Rock guitar, Acoustic guitar, electric guitar and Bass guitar. I also teach my own company syllabus from Double M Guitar tutors. Again it is all based and prepared for the student and the students needs.
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.
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.
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.
I focus on both the player and the person. Everyone has talent, it's how that talent is nurtured and encouraged to come to the surface. I taught myself, but wish I had more resources to learn from back then. I want to make sure you can have the opportunity to learn and develop, the support and advice, but most importantly the fun and excitement of playing live music.
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.
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.
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.
My teacher method usually follows one lesson a week per client consisting of an hour, the hour is split half theory/technique and half playing. Very flexible of what genre of songs, will let clients pick at the end of each lesson next weeks song or can use my own selection.
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.
My method is very much based on demonstrating first, and giving opportunity for the student to copy, phrase by phrase if and when appropriate. I have plentiful resources at my disposal, and cover a wide range of styles, including Rock, blues, jazz, country, metal, funk, soul, and classical.
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.
Hi there, I have been teaching privately and in schools (primary and secondary and also SEN) through companies like "School of Rock and Pop" for over 7 years. Delivering lessons for music grades and theory, or simply teaching children to appreciate the joy of music. I teach all ages from as young as 4 right up to 74! My lessons are tailored to each individuals targets and needs.
As a qualified classroom teacher and experienced bass tutor, I am able to blend tips on performance and practical teaching with theory. I have 7 years experience in tutoring bass as well as degrees in Jazz Performance and a formal teaching qualification. I can teach both beginners and those more experienced players wanting to improve further.
I am someone who has loved music all their life and I want to share that by teaching others. I've had music teachers for most of my life so I know what it feels like to have a good (or a bad) guitar teacher. From a classical background I began learning contemporary music such as classic rock, blues, jazz and metal and achieved Grade 8 with Rockschool.
I take a very friendly & open minded approach to teaching Guitar/Bass, knowing that everybody who picks up the instrument wants to get something different out it. I can teach a whole range of music, songs and techniques and will help with any flaws that you may feel you have in your playing.
In teaching I would aim not to simply teach the student the mechanical method of playing the piano, but also give an understanding of how the music works by discussion. My methodology would be to get my students as passionate about the music as I am, so that they will be motivated by genuine interest. I would augment this with exercises and scales generally following ABRSM grades.
HOW CAN I HELP YOU? - Develop a solid foundation - Learn music theory - Improve your musical ear - Work towards achieving music grades - Guidance with Music GCSE/A-level - Learn how to practice effectively - Understand the fretboard - Set free your creativity - Write your own songs - Play your favourite songs - Basic accompaniment for singing - Soloing/Improvisation
My teaching methods are practical playing, the basics to get the students tuning & playing with fingers and a plectrum in a Free and flowing way. The co-ordination required to play in a easy way . Playing certain rifts that will be the basics of your style.
Everybody is unique and my teaching method mirrors this. I personally plan the correct route for you and come up with a routine that will get you where you need to be I'm not just a tutor but also a mentor to my students and advise not just on performing but on promotion, marketing and networking solutions.
When first meeting a student/pupil I would try to get to know them well and find out their level and ability in order to know how best to teach them and how to help them progress. I never talk down to a student/pupil as I know how difficult and frustrating the learning process can be. I am able to teach during school holidays.
In my lessons, I create a relaxed atmosphere moving only as fast as the students capabilities. Its important to be taken our your comfort zone with music however, I want to make lessons as fun and interesting as possible for my students.
My first approach is finding out what you are interested in musically, what inspires you to learn the instrument, my job is to help you achieve that goal. I also offer basic, easy-to-follow music theory guides which are applicable to your instrument.
Teaching music is all about resilience and positive encouragement, I have a lot of experience working in an educational setting alongside teachers and teaching assistants. Academic learning, for me, is all about building a good foundation on the subject and being able to structure your work well to get your point across in an eloquent yet clear and concise way.
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Perfect! Excellent tutor. Very laid back approach to learning but at the same time has a pocket full of eureka moments just ready for you to discover. I noticed an improvement in my playing pretty much straight away. Jimmy even set up my guitars to help me...
Perfect! Lessons are well-paced, professional and enjoyable; Harry's a knowledgeable and engaging teacher who creates a supportive atmosphere for learning backed up by his own enthusiasm musicality. Recommend unreservedly.
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