I'm freshly graduated for the IMEP Paris College Of Music (previously known as the American School Of Modern Music) where I learned Jazz, music theory, arrangement, composition and how to conduct an orchestra. I used to teach guitar and music reading and theory in France. I adapt to my students and give them the best advices and tips for the goals that they want to reach.
Both singing and violin lessons will begin with warm-ups in the form of scales and arpeggios. This helps the student to physically warm up and to start thinking about technical aspects of playing or singing. All aspects of the lesson, including the warm-up, will be tailored to the individual. After a warm-up we will have some technical exercises.
I give lessons to variety of people and nationalities, I am very adaptable to teach anyone. I have the most experience with teaching adults, but I love children, as I am still one myself. Lessons are based on what YOU need, meaning I can start from the very beginnings of any topic, or you can choose yourself what are you most into and what you want to spend the most time on.
My belief is that to be a well-rounded musician, and indeed a proper man or woman in general (let's face it, not all who study music would become professional musicians), one should not limit one's vision within just a subject of knowledge.
Whether you're picking up a guitar for the first time or are a fully fledged guitar slinger, my adaptable guitar lessons will help take your playing to the next level.
Singing lessons are tailored to enable students to develop a secure vocal technique but also to develop as communicators and musicians with the ability to make independent choices as artists. Through extensive experience as a performer and vocal teacher, I help enable my pupils to reach their full potential.
I'm 19 years old, and a 2nd-year Photography and Film student studying at the University of Westminster. I have played piano since I was 7 years old. I reached grade 7 in both Piano and Clarinet, and play a few chords on the guitar every now and then. I also have grade 5 theory, so my knowledge broadens both practically and theoretically.
I am a recent graduate from University of York, where I studied Music as a first study pianist. I have an LTCL Performance Diploma and have a lot of performance experience. Music is about enjoyment, so I try to encourage a fun approach to learning.
This is for children who have not had lessons on Music Theory and for parents who are not sure if they want to enter their child into the expensive lessons and exam. I am a good and versatile communicator with all ages and can teach visually, aurally, verbally, practically and logically; which ever is best for the student.
I am a recent graduate from Hong Kong, have been giving piano (both classical and pop) lessons since 2013 and students have attained at least merit in ABRSM examinations. I have attained ATCL diploma with distinction from the Trinity College London. I have played in a band for over ten years and I can also teach pop piano, chords and improvisation.
I think that it's very important to put music teaching into a wider context. What happens all to often in students are forced through learning an instrument (and especially the theory side of things) without ever appreciating the music itself or being given a chance to appreciate it.
I aim to strengthen students' musical confidence by providing them with a wide range of strategies for understanding new or unfamiliar pieces of music. A typical lesson could begin with vocal warmups, using scale- and arpeggio-based exercises in various rhythms (both with and without sheet music) to improve familiarity with intervals and interval patterns.
BMus Music Degree- Royal Holloway 4 A-Levels in Music, Theology, History and English Literature Grade 8 Theory Grade 8 Singing Grade 8 Clarinet Former Gap Year Student and Theory teacher at Portsmouth Grammar School. I teach all levels of Music Theory from Beginners to Advanced as well as providing extra coaching on material for A Level and GCSE exams for Music.
I'm generally a friendly and approachable person, though I can sometimes teach with a firmness. I work on developing technique while also teaching how to apply it in both a live and studio setting. I always start with a warm up in my lessons but aim to safely push a pupil to their fullest potential. I don't just like to teach, I wish to inspire.
I like my students to see their own progress, I will set a weekly target so they can see their hard work paying off. I also love to make up fun ways of remembering certain aspects to reading music such as little rhymes and songs which my students can personalise to their liking.
I teach all levels and I am willing to travel to students' home. Primarily (unless requested) teach face-to-face. Ensure students develop proficiency in a fun and engaging manner: dexterity (beginners) technique (beginners-intermediate) touch/style (intermediate-advanced) However, primary emphasis is on jazz musicianship, rather than piano technique.
About the teacher – Matthew Mylne • Is an active performer of jazz, and music for classical dance, as well as a composer for film/contemporary dance • Fifteen years of experience teaching piano and composition to people of all ages and levels, from complete beginners to professional musicians • Has taught tertiary-level music composition courses at the University of Queensland, Australia
My teaching method is based on partly my classical training and partly on my contemporary training. I learnt a great deal about technique when I was singing classical music, and during my contemporary degree I learnt a lot about singing with soul, conveying the message to the audience, how to actually perform with conviction.
I assess what style of music you enjoy and cater the lessons based on your personal musical goals. I use my various techniques for learning to play better, faster and to retain the knowledge so that you can see yourself progressing quickly also.
Hello, The way of teaching to me is important - if the teaching time is bad, then you will learn bad . That's why I always want the best for the future students I will teach piano for, to feel at ease with anything.
I am a philosophy student at the London School of Economics and Political Science. I teach Maths and Physics up to and including A-Level standard. I am an experienced music teacher as well and can teach Flute, Piano and music theory up to grade 8 level.
Music conservatoire graduate and currently a BA Music student. Been doing music since very young age, started playing synthesizer at the age of 5 and then switched to piano at the age of 14. Been tutored by great pianists with international resumes and are keen on sharing all the knowledge I have been taught.
I am a professional composer, orchestrator and pianist with great experience in both making and teaching music.
My teaching method is very much practical. I take time to learn about the music that my students are already interested in, whilst building their awareness and knowledge of music in order to teach the fundamentals of music, in a fun and inspiring environment.
When teaching I like to identify which areas of the subject need to be looked at, then try to break it down to its simplest terms in order to fully explain from the ground up. Music theory can be regarded as a mathematical subject and I find that teaching it that way gets the best result.
I aim to tailor my teaching to each individual student's musical interests, so as to bring out the best in their own particular attitude to music.. This can be anything from history, to mathematics, to performance, to theory: all fantastic ways to understand music.
My name is Thomas W Tilley and I teach Music Theory in the areas of North London. I have an official certificate in Grade 5 Music Theory but taught myself Grades 6,7 and 8. I play piano at a grade 8 level and currently undertaking a Music A Level at Camden School For Girls Sixth Form. I start tutoring my students with the first session detailing what they know/don't know.
I'm a professional jazz guitarist with 12 years of experience. Proficient in: semi-hollow, electric, acoustic, classical, baritone and synth guitar. My lessons are for everyone, at any level. From the very basics to very complex topics. The lessons are divided in theory, technique and Improvisation. Each one is tied to the other and will be equally explored.
I have a clear understanding of the ABRSM syllabus, and Suzuki method. I encourage students to engage with performances and ensemble playing. I have over 7 years experience of teaching and have studied composition under Sam Hayden, Nye Parry, Gwyn Pritchard and Stephen Montague.
I work with singers of all abilities, teaching healthy vocal techniques to develop students’ range, tone, breathing, performance and singing confidence.
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