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.
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.
Hello there! I am a dynamic and reliable young professional musician and, while being a busy freelance Double Bassist in London, I enjoy teaching very much too. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Double Bass, Piano and Music Theory/Aural Skills. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I am a professional double bass player, and perform worldwide. My passion is for jazz, but I have experience in many kinds of music and enjoy helping pupils to discover their own voice on a wonderful instrument. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Double bass, with an emphasis on jazz and popular/world music. I do not teach classical music. - Tell me about your qualifications.
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.
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've over ten years of professional experience as a performer & teacher of music. I'm a patient & dedicated teacher; I was awarded the LRAM (teaching diploma from the Royal Academy of Music) with distinction. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach double bass and bass guitar. Jazz, pop, funk and salsa styles.
I have taught on a variety of instruments for over 10 years to students of all ages and abilities, and have experience of teaching children with learning difficulties. I believe that first and foremost music should be fun! Through my one-on-one lessons I have learned to adapt each lesson to suit the pupil, working closely with each individual to enable him/her to reach achievable goals.
I am a Double Bassist, Electric Bassist and Guitar teacher based in Birmingham. A recent graduate of the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, I specialise in Jazz Bass, but have experience teaching and performing on other instruments. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Double Bass (Both Jazz and Classical) and Guitar, as well as music theory. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I teach a wide range of subjects for Bass Guitar to beginners - Advanced, e.g. Technique, Theory, Improvisation, Learning Songs, Ear Training, Songwriting. I also teach Guitar, Upright Bass, Piano, Ukulele and Mandolin at these same levels and the same subjects.
I am namely a jazz/blues guitarist and have studied to a Grade 8 standard - I also play double bass, bass guitar, piano and sing. I write a lot of poetry and draw illustrations which have been commissioned for use by several bands/companies. When teaching I try to cater to the needs of the student, dictated by their learning styles and enthusiasm wherever it lies.
I don't have a rigid process of teaching or progressing things as I feel it may restrict it's potential. Every individual is different and so why should any of the lessons be the same? Adapting to the circumstances and with the help of hard work, willingness to learn and give simultaneously is the work ethic I adhere to.
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.
My lessons are catered to meet the needs of each individual student and are taught in a relaxed manner and enjoyable environment.
Lessons are friendly, fun, and aimed at enabling you to play with others and get out gigging. Music is my life so I'll give you cool stuff to listen to. I can also repair instruments or tell you what needs doing if yours is poorly. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach the double bass and bass guitar - Country, skiffle, blues, world, pop, jazz and classical. Pizzicato & arco (fingers & bow).
Graduate of Royal Academy of Music with 1st class Hons. I have taught privately for the past 8 years and teach guitar/lead a jazz ensemble in two London Secondary schools. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Electric/Jazz Guitar (Pop, Rock, Jazz, Funk, Motown) Double Bass/ Electric Bass (Pop, Rock, Jazz, Funk, Motown) - Tell me about your qualifications.
I'm an enthusiastic teacher who enjoys working with pupils of all ages and abilities.
My name is Oliver Hopkins and I am a professional Double bass / Electric bass/ Guitar teacher and player. I am very passionate about teaching and really care about helping my students achieve their full potential. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I give private instruction in a number of different of instruments and different music topics.
I love teaching so will put 100%. I cater to your goals... But with the enjoyment of music first. Fun but with progress is very important to me.
I am a passionate experienced double bass and music theory teacher with an MA and BMus from the Royal Academy of Music. I currently teach Double Bass at Junior Guildhall and I love being able to share my knowledge of the double bass with others and and am happy to teach all ages and abilities.
My teaching approach is structured and logical, but I also Taylor the lessons the students individualist of learning and interests.
I believe firmly in getting going as quickly as possible! I have no preference towards style, I just want to give you the tools you need to play the music that you want to play! I believe that playing in time is key to musicality so that's my main focus!
I like to teach my students in a way that allows them to learn the technique and principles of the guitar, but also gives them the knowledge and training to be creative and create their own music as well as learning other songs. My lessons are based around building a solid foundation of knowledge, whilst having fun and encouraging creativity.
Usually I prefer to work at the students pace, and progress naturally. From the basic chords to more advanced strumming techniques, I can take the time to explain everything, ensuring that you can build on everything you already know. Seeing how a student can learn and develop their skills is one of the most important elements of teaching.
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 teach bass guitar, double bass and electric/acoustic guitar lessons from my home in Kew or from students homes all over West London. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Over the years I have taught lessons and masterclasses at various institutions such Leeds College of Music and Exeter College as well as maintaining my regular teaching position at Portland Place School in London.
I give fun, hands-on piano lessons to children of all ages. This includes basic understanding of music structure, as well as learning how to play pieces and scales. I hope to get to know how my pupils like to learn in order to maximise their learning, as well as enjoyment of the instrument.
Double Bass Private Lessons - Which subject(s) do you teach? Double Bass Performance, Bow Technique, Classical and Jazz styles - Tell me about your qualifications. 2003-2007 Trinity College of Music, London: BMus (Hons) in Performance; Double bass tuition with Corin Long and Neil Tarlton; Elective modules in conducting and music technology.
I am a professional freelance musician based in West London. I am enthusiastic, friendly, and have helped many students achieve good results whether studying towards exams, auditions, or learning for fun.
I am a freelance double bass and bass guitar player living in Edinburgh. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach classical and jazz double bass covering areas such as general technique - basic to advanced - as well as musicianship. We can work on various styles of music including classical, jazz, folk, world music and pop. I also offer lessons on bass guitar.
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