My teaching methods will be very practical, I have a lot of exercises that were given to me by my teachers and I know that they work. I also have a lot of different music and arrangements that I can give to students of varying levels.
A skilled composer/conductor with years of international experience offering high-quality music lessons. All abilities and all needs from beginner to conservatoire -Music Theory -Composition -Musicology -Conducting I am friendly bubbly with a wealth of experience gained from working and studying abroad.
Each lesson begins with a short breathing exercise and a flute warm up. We will then work on learning a piece which can be performed as a solo or a duet - I believe this increases confidence in my students because being able to comfortably and confidently perform is my ultimate goal.
Piano, Aural and Music Theory tutor I had 8 classes every Saturdays and Sundays which lasted for 45 minutes each. I enjoyed having lessons with my students although I still needed to take care of my schoolwork.
I will always start from the basics depending on the level of the student I am teaching and gradually work my way up as best as I can. I am also learning and I am not perfect but I have the ability to teach you everything you need to know.
I do not have full experience teaching, although that would be what I want to do in the future. I consider myself nice and open to new experiences, so I would enjoy giving lesson to beginners, to people without a high level of knowledge.
I am a music graduate who studied primarily in vocals for 4 years. I am qualified to teach anything from beginner to advanced in this subject along with Music theory at any level.
I have recently moved to Glasgow and am keen to take on new students. I am a 28-year-old University Master’s graduate from Brighton. As of January 2018, I have been playing guitar for over 21 years. I am primarily self-taught although I have, in my time, taken lessons with several well-established instructors and have a Grade 8 certificate from Trinity & Guildhall.
My teaching is based on an interdisciplinary methodology which extends peoples understanding of music. I use technology and improvisation as a main practical tool that helps my students understand more all the theoretical aspects of music. Ι strongly encourage them to compose their own music and express themselves through this highly creative process.
Primarily a lecturer in Music and Music Business with a specialism in Drum Kit and Music Theory. As well as lecturing, I have and still work closely with many organisations including Glasgow Life, Argyll and Bute Council, Drake Music Scotland, Beatroute Arts, Sound Lab and Feis as an educator.
Tutoring approach: Paramount when I work is accuracy and attention to detail, in order to maximise the results and develop young people’s potential. I believe that a teacher never stops being a student, as we can always learn from our pupils with a mutual exchange of knowledge. Above all, I am so passionate about my art form and absolutely adore what I do.
Teaching is no less an art than it is a skill. I do not have, and hopefully will never have, a certain style of teaching. I believe that this must vary with every single student. My way of teaching depends on each individual because I pay respect to their personal qualities as well as musical abilities.
I use the ABSRM standard as a cornerstone for my teaching, and look to prepare students for grade exams by teaching them to how to learn, practice, and execute their set pieces to a high level. In the past my students have consistently achieved honours and distinction marks.
I teach piano lessons mainly to children, but also some adults. Above all I see learning an instrument as a fun experience, it should be about enjoying the creative process.
I am available to teach anyone whether they just want to start a new hobby or are aspiring musicians. I have an younger brother who plays guitar and piano but gets distracted and frustrated easily and since I have always coached him in practical as well as academic music it means that I have experience in teaching even more difficult students in a fun way.
My teacher method usually follows one lesson a week per client consisting of an hour, the hour is split half theory/technique and half playing. Very flexible of what genre of songs, will let clients pick at the end of each lesson next weeks song or can use my own selection.
I am a graduate from Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts (Czech Republic) where I completed a Post Graduate certificate for Piano Interpretation and Piano Teaching. I just moved to Glasgow to continue my studies at Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
My teaching methodology is the direct method. I will achieve success through reinforcement to make sure the student can pass any high school level of music. I will also use rewards as a way to reinforce my students answering correctly.
In my lessons, I create a relaxed atmosphere moving only as fast as the students capabilities. Its important to be taken our your comfort zone with music however, I want to make lessons as fun and interesting as possible for my students.
I have been studying Classical singing at Royal Conservatoire of Scotland for five years. I have been trained as a flautist since I was 7 before I was a singer. I have held different theme-based recitals, and performed in opera. I would like to give singing lessons for different styles, language coaching for singing in English, Italian, German, French and Chinese of course.
Hello, My name is Maxime and I am 27 years old. I am currently pursuing my music studies in the Royal Conservatory of Scotland along with renowned professors Mr Allan Neave and Mr Matthew McAllister. I teach classical guitar using scores, not tablatures. All students from the very first lesson use the instrument.
My teaching method is based on a climbing frame. I feel it is important to have a structure for pupils/ students to follow that allows them to build on their past and current achievements to allow them to continue to improve and grow as a player. I aim to keep lessons fun and interesting and do this by using active learning techniques.
Jazz/World drummer & percussionist, available for private teaching, workshops and clinics. Taster Sessions and Special rates for unemployed and low incomers. Age 38, and have been a touring musician for over 15 years. Bsc (Music, Business/Finance) graduate with over 15 years professional experience (including working in Youth centers, schools, and workshops for Mental Health).
Lessons for all Levels and all Ages, Tutor and Performer with over 25 years experience, Graduate of Music Academy International, France and Musicians Institute, Los Angeles. Style: Jazz, Rock, Classical, Folk, Country, Blues, Funk, Heavy Rock, R&B, Latin styles and World Music Grade 1 to 8 exams preparation on request.
Hi! My name is Chloe Campbell and I am a 2nd year Politics student at the University of Glasgow. I have over 2 years experience of guitar tutoring, having previously been a teacher at the Perthshire Music School teaching begginer and intermediate guitar.
My name is Kirsty McGonigle and you read from the title, I am a second year music student at ththe University of Aberdeen. For the past year I have been working with a flute specialist to improve my technique on the flute and will continue to do so throughout the duration of my studies.
I'm Fraser Murray, I've been teaching music lessons since I was in university as a student mentor across the country. I'm a patient, motivating teacher who can give free form or structured (graded) lessons for music and all forms of guitar.
I am classical/acoustic guitar teacher from Vilnius, Lithuania. I teach children as well as adults ALL LEVELS. I have been working in Lithuanian music schools for several years as well as giving private lessons.
I use my own exercises for teaching technique, each student will receive a customized page of exercises designed for warms ups and general technical improvement specifically designed to maximize their rate of progress. I teach in a friendly and relaxed environment to make students feel as comfortable as possible but ensuring that lessons are still constructive.
I use the rhythm game to learn note time values , I also use memory games to help remember the notes, and use other memory games so you have a full understanding in the song, for further help I will be giving out keyboard pieces
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