I'm a professional pianist offering tuition from the heart of London, in a fantastic location near Mayfair. My focus is in Jazz piano, Classical piano, and music theory. About me, I have completed courses at the Royal Academy of Music in London taking masterclasses with renowned artists such as Gwilym Simcock, Joe Lovano and Christopher Elton.
I expect a high level of commitment from my students but in return I offer a bespoke course of lessons working towards unique goals that are, with my guidance, set by the student.
With a contemporary and motivational approach to teaching music, Vladimir is able to make his students` musical journey even more exciting by using modern technology, including audio and video recordings and online resources. Having a second degree in sound engineering Vladimir also loves teaching music production and composition using the most popular software - Logic, Garage Band, Cubase etc.
I offer a fun and interactive teaching environment where I help students to realize their creative visions. I offer Jazz piano lessons to students of all abilities and classical lessons to beginner students. We will work on building a solid foundation for good piano technique through exercises at the piano and through strengthening exercises away from the piano.
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 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 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.
All students are different and learn in different ways. I suit myself to their each individual needs to ensure that they are learning their way. Some of my students are doing grades, while others prefers to play for their own entertainment. Whichever path they take, I support and follow them all the way.
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.
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 .
I'm happy to do a traditional approach to learning piano - be it the classical grades, or a more chord-focussed pop approach. With Jazz Piano it tends to be a mixture of the scholarly and the more fun sides of music. Being student-focussed and flexible with my approaches is very important to me as I aim to meet the needs of everyone I teach.
As a teacher, I try to combine proper technique with enjoyable material to foster a genuine love for music and the instrument. The way I teach depends on the needs of my students, as everyone learns differently. I teach all ages and beginner to intermediate skill levels. If desired, I would be able to prepare students for examinations.
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.
Many people give up studying music at an early age, I almost did. Why? Because they are told what to learn, not how to learn. Inspiration and motivation are central to my teaching. Giving students the freedom to explore new areas of music.
I am very laid back but insist on good nighty practising regime. I follow a stuctured progression and if pupils wish to take exams I can deliver excellent results. ABRSregime nightlM for piano and LCM for keyboards and organ.
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.
Having played in a wide variety of styles throughout my musical career, I am able to teach a range of genres in a number of different ways. My approach to teaching will always be moulded to the student. Whether that means focusing on the reading of music and progression through graded exams, or learning chord theory in order to play songs, compose and improvise.
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.
My teaching method is tendered to the student’s ability. Whether or not you have previous experience taking exams or just playing for fun, I ensure that under my tutelage, I can take your playing further.
My teaching methods are based around a fusion of traditional time tested techniques fused with findings from cutting edge modern research to enable both children and young adults to rapidly realize their full musical potential in a relatively short time.
(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.
My teaching method is based on the skills that I gained from all my teachers over 12 years of music college and 5 years of music university. Studying musical performance and teaching I have learned how to work with different techniques, age groups and stylistics so that I can easily pick you up from your level and help you to work towards your set up goals.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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