I focus on the individuals skill level, find out what they do and do not already know, and what their goals are. Then I set out systematic steps so that we can achieve those goals in an agreed time space. I am happy to travel to your house or you can come to mine.
I approach each student differently according to the needs and interests of my student. I try to incorporate technique and theory in a fun way for each lesson. I teach students from 6-18 years old and would consider beginner adults prior to discussion.
I like teaching to the students strengths.
Your tutor is a determining factor in your success, it sounds obvious but how much effort is put into understanding what you like, how you learn and what you need to do to get where you want is essential, which is why I design a programme specifically for you, for what you want: to play for fun, play in a band, learn to write songs, become professional one day or simply have fun strumming away in...
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.
I teach both acoustic guitar and electric guitar for all ages at the student's houses, with my own teaching method and books that I consider essential for the learner.
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 methodology depends of the music knowledge of the student. My common foundation though, is the explain and finding the best ways of approaching the student in order to give the correct informations so to help the person learn and keep learning not only the instrument but the Music and the natural musicality that is based inside him/her.
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.
Hi! My name is Brad, and I am a guitarist originally from Lancashire, but now living in Central London. I'm currently studying for a Masters Degree at the Royal Academy of Music and I'm looking to build a good network of students! - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach classical/ electric/ acoustic guitar. I also teach the mandolin. - Tell me about your qualifications.
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.
In my lessons you will understand how music translates emotions and ideas. Using the instrument or/and music production tools, we will be strongly focusing on the relationship between you, your instrument and the theory behind it.
Students of all levels are welcome and their needs and questions about getting better at the guitar will be accomodated and adressed in practice.
I welcome students of all age groups and have taught Guitar, Mandolin and 5 String Banjo for 40+ years. My lessons are adapted for the level of the student's skills and interests and incorporate music theory where appropriate.
My teaching method is to try and work with a student to help them achieve what they want to achieve. I will not prescribe my own musical method and exercise to others, but will instead try to make constructive suggestions based upon what a student's goal is.
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.
My personal teaching method is called the tree method. A simple method using the word stems and branches to demonstrate the different levels and areas we need to pay attention to in order for the rest of the tree to grow stronger.
I approach my guitar teaching through a nationally recognised syllabus, providing excellent structure to students' learning. This will encompass chord playing, improvisation and general musicianship. I also teach a variety of repertoire appropriate to the tastes of each individual student.
Every student is different and requires different approaches.
My preferred teaching method is face to face. This is because it gives the student a chance to meet with the teacher and build up trust on a regular basis and also gives the teacher the chance to offer personalized guidance. It's also easier to correct the student immediately and show them in person what they need to do.
Inspiring bespoke guitar lessons for all ages from expert tutor with over 10 years experience. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach all styles and genres of guitar, with a specialism in acoustic folk fingerstyle. As well as guitar, I teach beginner level in mandolin, ukulele, and bass guitar. I also teach songwriting. - Tell me about your qualifications.
Hands-on and practical tuition........you won't be bored! I offer standard guitar lessons but can also incorporate other aspects of guitar playing into the lessons. How to achieve a great guitar sound, recording and producing guitars etc. Come and learn.
In my experience teaching students must be able to understand four key concepts; 1. How to Play - how to physically play the guitar, the techniques involved and how to make the correct sounds with it 2. How to Understand - How to make the connection between the sounds you make and the music theory so that you can use them both to help you make better music 3.
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.
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.
Learning music first and foremost. No needless theory and 'hot licks'. All lessons accompanied by full PDF lesson notes and HQ audio backing tracks. No requirement to read music. All electric guitar styles taught covering Rock/Blues/Jazz/Pop guitar styles. Learn at a comfortable pace.
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.
From teaching chords & basic songs for beginners, to modal scales & theory for those more advanced, I've got you covered. Want to improve your improvisation skills or learn how to write & structure your own songs? No problem, I can even teach you how to record them. How about advanced sweep/ tapping arpeggios, harmonics or tremolo techniques? Lets make it look easy.
Knowing the pupil first to check what level is at the moment and guide the lessons in a way that they are enjoyable and at the same time help to get the proper tools to find there own ways to understand different types of styles
The most important thing I try to start with is finding out what the student wants to learn and what they find exciting about music. That will determine how flexible I am in my approach.
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Perfect! Started my lessons with Andy 2 months ago now. Each and every lesson has been valuable to my playing and further development. Feeling extremely more confident with my technique. A great tutor who’s patient, friendly and flexible.
Perfect! Andy is an excellent Guitar tutor who has helped me improve my playing immensely. He is very knowledgeable and patient, and although I wasn't a complete beginner when I started lessons with him, he has really helped me to improve. He has always...
Perfect! Jay's a terrific teacher, in our first lesson I had about 30 'aha!' moments and understood where I was making mistakes and the workings of my guitar. My understanding of my guitar, and my technique are getting exponentially better after each and...
Perfect! Christina is a superb teacher! She’s fun, patient, encouraging and always smiling! I would thoroughly recommend her to anyone looking to learn.
Perfect! Would super super recommend Andrés. I take lessons with him online. Before I had started I thought it would be difficult to learn guitar thru Skype. Andrés proved me wrong. He is an incredible teacher and takes the time to go through music/guitar...
Perfect! Matthew has been brilliant with my 9 year-old son. Friendly and professional Matthew has been very encouraging and supportive. Could not have asked for better tutor, highly recommend him :-)
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