I have been teaching since 2013. During October 2015 - July 2017, I was a part time teacher for Swansea Music Service in Wales, teaching violin,viola,cello and double bass. I have taught ages 3 - 50, from beginner to post grade 8. I also have experience teaching group lessons, and taking large ensemble rehearsals.
I don't follow any specific method for teaching the cello - I teach my students a good technique, solidifying it with a few exercises and scales, and then working through lots of great pieces! I leave it up to my students whether or not they want to work towards grades, or just play for fun.
I have been a musician for over 15 years and studied a BMus at Cardiff University with cello as my principal study. I have taken a wide range of experience from different orchestras, different technique classes and different teachers and would like to share them with younger people.
I like my students to see their own progress, I will set a weekly target so they can see their hard work paying off. I also love to make up fun ways of remembering certain aspects to reading music such as little rhymes and songs which my students can personalise to their liking.
My techniques are grounded in classical academic musicianship to the highest level of the composer's art. My specialities are composition, harmony, orchestration, structure, music appreciation and analysis and score reading.
My teaching method is tailored entirely to the individual. I can teach for graded exams or just for fun. I can teach beginner and intermediate piano, and offer in-depth cello tuition to all abilities. I can also help with any school music lessons you may require or with music theory.
I use my own exercises for teaching technique, each student will receive a customized page of exercises designed for warms ups and general technical improvement specifically designed to maximize their rate of progress. I teach in a friendly and relaxed environment to make students feel as comfortable as possible but ensuring that lessons are still constructive.
In the initial assessment I administer simple pitch, rhythm and listening tests to assess strengths and weaknesses. I use this information to plan sequences of lesson which specifically meet the needs of the individuals. Also, when students progress to a sufficient standard I like to give students opportunity to have some influence over the direction of their learning.
I can offer introductory lessons to playing the cello and music theory, in preparation for beginning playing as a hobby or for those returning to playing the instrument, as well as for those looking to read music more ably. Lessons can last a half hour, during which studies and set pieces may be covered.
My teaching method is one that excercises patience and optimism, making sure my students leave my lessons feeling accomplished, positive and eager to learn more.
Concert cellist with MA degree in cello and methodology diploma will give lessons or masterclasses to everyone. Over 10 years of experience in teaching and preparing for auditions and competitions. Combination of the German, French and Russian cello school with relaxation techniques will give you successful learning.
My teaching method is focused around the specific pupil and their individual needs and interests. I can teach a wide range of abilities.
Currently studying Bachelor of Music Education at the University of Aberdeen with experience playing in orchestras and smaller groups. Enthusiastic and happy to teach absolute beginners or people with experience! Relaxed but structured lessons as often as you want, can focus on technical work or just learning a piece or both.
I'm a very practical teacher, and believe in learning theory through practice, following both Kodaly's and Orff's methods. I believe in teaching how to correct one's own mistakes, rather than just correcting the student, so they can keep improving on their own.
Are you a professional cellist in need of advice on early music performance? Are you an amateur looking to improve you technique? Are you a student who needs help in everyday practice? Would you like to start your adventure with cello and don't know where to begin? I can help you!
I believe that the study of music in particular builds the awareness that is critical to all learning. My thorough understanding of musical concepts and conscientious preparation for lessons enable animate and spontaneous interaction with students of any age and background.
I cater to all needs and will always tailor my classes to the students needs. Whether this means me playing certain parts of the music to show them how it is played, or allowing extra attentive care to certain parts of the music.
I approach each student in a way that I think is appropriate to their ability level and what they want to gain from the lessons.
I've taught a handful of students over two years, of which one has gone on to achieve Grade 6 standard in under 2 years. I promote the exciting reasons to learn the cello, offering personalised creative exercises to enhance technique and musicality in accessible and enjoyable ways so that practice is a joy as opposed to being a despair.
I teach students of all ages and abilities and during term time work in 9 schools in Tower Hamlets. I am able to prepare students for exams using both ABRSM and Trinity exam boards but am equally happy to teach students who are learning for fun.
I like to make lessons energetic and fun whilst gaining the most out of the time given and recognising progress in a short period. Beginning the excersises to increase power, control, range and much more. We will choose from songs of your preference and I'm happy to help you with whatever you may need.
My teaching method is to start with a range of exciting exercises to gauge the level of the student to quickly find the correct material suited to that particular pupil. I aim to cover a variety of styles to expose the pupil to lots of different music and to find their real passion which suits them best, while still pushing them to improve.
My name is Paul and my only goal is to help you get your 100%. Levels and scalable difficulty that students have a class entirely adapted to your needs. As a teacher can help you prepare for entrance exams to the conservatory or simply have a good time and prepare your favorite subject.
I am open to all profiles, and I always adapt according to the expectations and the desires of the student (for example, to be able to sight read simple things, to be able to play in a group, classical or pop, to discover or to take again the instrument after several years ...).
My methodology is based on the student as the protagonist, which implies individual and personalized attention and adaptation to their specific needs (pace of learning, aptitudes, shortcomings, interests ...). Depending on the age and level, I will use different learning and reinforcement strategies, based on previous knowledge.
Learning to play cello is easy and possible at any age, just really want it! We start from the free exploration of the potential of the instrument and from there we slowly learn how to position the fingers and move the whole body to get a convincing sound immediately.
I'm very passionate about teaching and have been doing it for the past three years in my private studio and more recently as a sectional teacher at Sistema Winnipeg. I've recently received my M.Mus degree from the University of Manitoba, where I studied with Dr Minna Chung, co-author of the internationally published book "Cellomind.
I am looking to teach lessons during the summer (July 1, 2018- September 1, 2018), and winter vacation (December 15, 2018 -December 20, 2018, and January 2, 2019 - January 7, 2019). I am available to teach online (Skype) or at my house. I have a spare cello available for these purposes.
Whether your goal is to master an instrument or become a great songwriter, it's mostly about immersing yourself in the music you love, and lots of woodshedding. However, occasional coaching sessions to keep you going in the right directions can be extremely useful. That's what I offer.
My name is Alba Clemente and I am a professional cellist. I have got my Máster degree in The Netherlands and my bachelor degree in Castellón (Spain). Nowadays I am working as a cello teacher in some music schools in Madrid and I am giving private lessons as well.
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