I am an experienced, flexible and friendly piano teacher who prepares children and adults for exams, competitions and concerts! I am also a tutor and the founder of the London Central Music School. According to the student’s aspirations, I devise a plan to prepare them in the best possible way. Reading music and understanding how music works (music theory) is essential in my lessons.
I have my own method, in three distinct parts which I don't share publicly, as it achieves very fast results for students. If you'd like to try online lessons for £10 per month you can join our facebook page and group 'Musical Prodigy Tuition Video Lessons' as I post daily videos to aid your performances and break down beginners places for parents.
I'm a professional pianist offering tuition in Jazz piano, Classical piano and music theory. I have completed courses at the Royal Academy of Music in London taking masterclasses with renowned artists such as Gwilym Simcock and Christopher Elton.
Freedom. Each student requires a new approach, which is always a fun journey for both the teacher and the student. Whether it's an aim to pass ABRSM exams or to prepare for a concert, I will try my best to suit the individual.
I teach following nationally recognised syllabuses in order to ensure a quantifiable level of improvement and allow students to achieve Graded qualifications. While I incorporate theory, technique and improvisation into my teaching, repertoire is the main basis of teaching.
(concealed information) A former Jazz Pianist with a Bachelor's degree in Jazz Piano, I'm a London-based Piano teacher, graduated from the Royal College of Music in Composition (MA). With my current students of all ages and levels, we mainly focus on non-classical genres.
I first and foremost want to know what you wish to achieve and tailor my lessons to suit. I believe in teaching you to teach yourself via a solid understanding of how chords and scales are related .
First of all, I would like to give piano lessons to people at any age - nobody is to young or to old to learn how to play piano. Based on your former experience I will either start with the really basics or continue at your current level. I've had piano lessons myself for more then 13 years, so I would love to share all of my knowledge and skills.
I like to cater each of my lessons to be individual to the student in question and adapt my teaching style accordingly. Students have the option to learn at any pace they feel comfortable with. Lessons are given in the comfort and familiar surroundings of your own home in and around the North East area that's a reasonable distance from North Shields.
Hello! I come from both a Classical and Popular music background with an emphasis on teaching through listening with the ears and exploring the student's sound. I've gigged and taught Jazz and Classical piano in Bangkok and London and currently have a scholarship to study Pop Piano with Andrew Hickley at Leeds College of Music.
My teaching style is tailored on the student's capacity and on how easy or hard they can assimilate the lessons. I do this out of passion and I'm expecting my students to share in with the same attitude and commitment.
My methodology is based on focusing your attention on a determined number of areas to work in, which are flexible depending on specific student needs.
Eve Ablott (Mrs) MISM, MAMS. Hello! I teach 1:1 with planned lessons structured to meet each student, individually on a weekly recurring basis. Theory and practical lessons at alternate weeks. Continuity is key. I teach from a baby-grand and upright accoustic piano's.
I'm a gifted teacher with great abilities to adapt to the individuals needs. Sociable and encouraging to all my students. I cover all the formal methods, styles and examination boards (example ABRSM) but also have extensive knowledge in composition, recording and arranging music for television, film, theatre and radio.
As both a musician and teacher, I always maintain what is often forgotten - that music is an art form. This is imperative to me when teaching students; as seeing music as an art form rather than a technical skill makes a huge difference. The difference being between a good musician and a great one. It is important that my students' understand what they are playing, before learning a piece.
I do not have a fix teaching method as I believe every child has different learning approach and I will differ my teaching style based on every child.
I am mainly self taught and did not go through the conventional musical grading system, and so I offer a fresh perspective and introduction to your child's freedom of musical expression. I can teach children ages 5 and upwards Piano Blues Improvisation and 'playing by ear', which I believe to be so incredibly important for any practicing musician.
I start by discussing what music you like and what you would like to play, then we can take it from there. I encourage students to listen and open their ears and minds rather than just read sheet music. Anyone can learn this way with practice and dedication.
Thanks for coming to view my profile! I'm an experienced teacher with a diverse background as a freelance musician. My teaching philosophy is based around listening and engaging directly with my students' needs and working with them to achieve their goals. These can vary hugely from person to person so I don't believe in a "one size fits all" approach.
My teaching ethos is centred around the needs of each student and therefore, I am very flexible and supportive for what each individual requires. I have had extensive experience working with SEN students and below that everyone has musical ability.
The first thing I will do is get a feel for where you are and what your current strengths and weaknesses are.
I have been passionate about the piano from a very young age and I always wanted to become a pianist and composer. In my teaching I enjoy sharing my passion for music with others and I encourage creativity.
My teaching method would be very much based on the ability and ambition of the pupil. I am able to adapt my teaching style to suit the pupil depending on whether they prefer a more relaxed style of learning or if they have a specific goal in mind - such as a song, or grade they want to aim for.
whilst some of my students prefer to fill the time with intensive learning, I am a strong believer in the Pomodoro technique, giving the student the chance to take a short break every 25 minutes. I like to spend a lot of time listening to the greats and working out of workbooks.
I believe it is very important to learn music you want to learn so I base my lessons around each individual students preferences while also taking into account their strengths and weaknesses and which aspects of their playing can most benefit from specific attention.
I teach based on my own tried and trusted method based on 30 years of teaching experience, customised to suit your own individual needs and likes. I use the complete piano player books to get you started and once you feel happy reading music will encourage you to try music of your own choicing.
Over the years I have learned a lot about how students learn. I was taught the old way your given a music book, you learn scales, appregios, you prepare for exams etc and never really learn to use music for you to grow and develop and experience the joy of music. I therefore don’t prepare students for exams nor force students to read music.
To me, being a good teacher means teaching students how to teach themselves. I do this by helping them understand how to apply their own personal learning style at the piano and by spending a lot of time working on developing good practicing techniques.
Whole Person Development Without a doubt, music can build self-esteem, boost confidence, and instil pride, and develop self-identity by giving an outlet for the individuals self-expression, imagination, and maybe even innovation.It can also help with life skills such as adaptability, versatility, and communication. I take this into account in my teaching philosophy.
My teaching methods will vary according to the ages; I base my classes on the thing my students would like to learn and I will carry out the teaching plans; I approach each topic by introduce the general frame first then go through the details
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