My teaching method is grounded in solid technique, learning to read music fluently, performing regularly and above all developing a passion for music. Whilst some of my students follow graded exams, the majority choose to follow a non-exam syllabus with many going on to achieve Music Scholarships at local state and private schools and also opting to study Music GCSE and A Level.
My approach is first knowing how long you have been playing piano, what do you think you struggle with see you play then see your sticking points. I will also test you on sight reading to see where you struggle to help you to improve. I will also analyse your technique and expression in your playing to help you boost those aspect.
I am a very experienced recitalist, teacher, examiner and adjudicator and I offer friendly, helpful guidance to pupils of all ages and stages. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach piano, organ, harpsichord, music theory and history, harmony and counterpoint. - Tell me about your qualifications.
For me, teaching is a shared experience. I try to tailor my approach to each individual student and enable them to take their playing as far as they want, - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Harpsichord and Piano. - Tell me about your qualifications. Dip.RCM ARCM LRAM - How much do you charge? I charge £38 per hour for weekly piano lessons, but offer the first trial lesson free.
I am a conductor, keyboard player (harpsichord/fortepiano/pianoforte), and vocal and chamber music coach based in Central London, currently concluding my doctoral studies in historical performance at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama.
Hello, I'm Clare. If you are looking for enjoyable and rewarding lessons, then take a look at my profile, and feel free to ask me any questions. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach piano, harpsichord, and theory. - Tell me about your qualifications. I studied at the Royal College of Music, and worked for A.B.R.S.M for many years. - How much do you charge? I charge £35 per hour or £17.
Hello and welcome to my page! I am a freelance musician based in London from April 2016, having formerly held the post of Assistant Director of Music at Chester Cathedral. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach piano, organ, harpsichord, music theory and conducting at all levels. - Tell me about your qualifications.
Hi, I am a professional musician and piano / electric keyboard tutor based in Wilsden, Bradford. Currently I work three days a week teaching at a local music school as well as teaching privately. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Piano, band based keys, electric keyboard up to Grade 8. GCSE and A-LEVEL music as well as Grade 5 Theory. - Tell me about your qualifications.
Welcome. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Piano Harpsichord Organ Clavichord - Tell me about your qualifications.
I teach classical singing, keyboard continuo, and theory/harmony. I am happy to teach all sorts of music, and at any level. Beginners of any age are welcome! - Which subject(s) do you teach? My main study is classical singing, but am I also proficient in harmony, counterpoint and keyboard continuo.
I am a patient, professional and thorough tutor coming from a wide ranging background of musical experience. I have worked professionally in the fields of opera, choral music, orchestral music, and jazz, and am highly-qualified in academic music.
As a teacher it is important to have an infectious enthusiasm for the music you are teaching. I hope to be able to share this with pupils of all ages and abilities, on whichever instrument they choose to learn! - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach piano and organ primarily, as well as harpsichord/continuo (including chamber organ).
I have studied the piano for over 15 years, five of those teaching people of all ages and abilities, from absolute beginners to professional pianists wishing to hone their technique. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach piano on a wonderful professional quality Rud. Ibach & Sonn grand piano as well as harpsichord on a John Sporrs instrument. Both are regularly tuned and in concert condition.
I am Professor of Fortepiano at the Royal College of Music and am an enthusiast for all types of pianos and music. I encourage a positive and happy approach to learning that nevertheless has all of the necessary rigour for professional purposes. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Piano and fortepiano (mostly eighteenth and nineteenth century pianos). - Tell me about your qualifications.
I am an experienced teacher and have been teaching for 28 years. I believe learning should be fun, challenging and life changing. I encourage my learners to think clearly and understand rather than rote learn. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Music - harpsichord, clavichord, organ, music theory, piano. Mathematics - up to GCSE, especially nervous students! - Tell me about your qualifications.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Piano, Harpsichord and Music Theory. - Tell me about your qualifications. I hold the following qualifications in piano: A.Mus.A, L.Mus.A, B.Mus (Hons I) and M.Mus from Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University in Australia, LRAM and PGDip from the Royal Academy of Music. Additionally, I have a PGDip in harpsichord from Trinity College of Music.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Piano, Harpsichord, Organ, Conducting, Composition, Harmony & Counterpoint, Theory, Aural, Musicianship, Violin, Viola, and GCSE and 'A' level Music. - Tell me about your qualifications. PhD (Music), PGCE (Music), B.Mus (Hons), LRAM.
Eric graduated from the National Conservatory of Paris (1st prize and diploma of Master Artist and winner of the third cycle of over 20 National and International Competition), gives piano lessons for all levels and all ages, amateurs or professionals. Very nice and patient and adapts to any level. Street rocket (11th) on a grand piano.
Adults - One hour long individual lessons. Directory divided into: compulsory (Fundamental for technical development) and free (student choice), in order to encourage study practice. Children up to 5 years old - One-hour individual lessons focused on the questions of musical experience, perception and understanding of sound phenomena.
In planning teaching and learning experiences, I select content and pedagogy with regard to the aptitudes, ages and goals of my students.
- All ages - All levels (from beginners to graduate students and professional musicians) - 1:1 Lessons, Lessons for Two, and Small Group Lessons available. Depending on the subject, courses can be conducted at my place, yours, or online (live and real time).
Student at the Conservatory of Versailles, holder of DEM Harpsichord, I propose courses of Piano, Harpsichord and Music Theory, for all ages. I adapt my classes to the desires and needs of each. We can approach different styles of music, from classical to variety and improvisation. The Music Theory is still studied in parallel with the instrumental practice.
Dynamic, educator and listening, I provides instruction for all levels of awakening piano at expert level. I am also a pianist and harpsichordist and organist, and have acquired expertise in Baroque music as romantic on these three instruments. I articulate my courses on fun and sharing while taking into account the constant development of the student's expectations.
- All ages - All levels (from beginners to graduate students and professional musicians) - 1:1 Lessons, Lessons for Two, and Small Group Lessons available. Depending on the subject, courses can be conducted in a church (organ), your place, or online (live and real time).
Do you want to learn piano but do not know music theory? The piano can be learned with basic music notions, understanding how harmony works. I teach you to play songs that you like and use them to understand how music works even if you have never played before.
I am a student at the end of cycle 2 early 3rd cycle, taking classes at the Schola Cantorum in music education and jazz piano harpsichord is underway. My repertoire is varied and ranges from the French School as Balbastre, Louis Couperin etc ... to the Italian School with Scarlatti (Sonata) etc ... or even Baiano methods with his method for Harpsichord.
I approach my free and easy way. For all levels as you need. I want to introduce you music especially to understand what the composer wants said, and then, what you want. Especially for analysis the sound itself. Analyze our sound by clear language, four elements: forte, piano, slow and fast, and then we can know the idea of great musicians.
I am a professional pianist with a music academy degree. I can adapt to all levels and I have a creative way of teaching music. My methodology depends on each student and the needs that one may have. Learning piano has to be both; exciting and serious.
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