I focus my teaching on musicianship itself and the understanding of the musical language. Through creative exercises to improve your technique, you'll apply concepts of music theory that you hear everyday in your favorite albums! With areas of focus such as Ear Training, Harmony, Rhythm and Technique, I aim to bring forward the best of your abilities as a musician in a variety of genres.
I am a freelance musician, composer, teacher and workshop facilitator who enjoys sharing my passion for music with others. I teach a variety of styles including jazz, funk, world, rock, pop, folk, classical and can adapt to a pupil's needs or tastes. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Alto Saxophone - I teach mostly in a jazz/funk/pop/soul style but am just as comfortable teaching classical sax.
I am very friendly and open minded person. My tutoring is based on student´s demands. First lesson is about talking what student would like to know and learn, some ideas and then I try to fit in my lessons. On lessons we will develop technique and interpretation skills.
Hello and welcome to my page. I've just finished studying a Master's degree in Jazz at Trinity Laban Conservatoire. I am confident teaching students of all ages and abilities. It is important to be creative and adapt in this fast-paced industry. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute, Music Theory.
My methodology is motivating students. If they are motivated enough and interested, then I think it's the most effective and smart way to draw your own uniqueness and move forward. Of course, depending on whether personal and group class or your age, I need to have a different class.
I believe that good technique is so important in Brass playing. I constantly remind my students about good posture and taking a full breath etc. Once this is established I like to focus on having a solid foundation, such as tonguing, flexibility and understanding of Music.
My teaching method is unique to each class and individual I teach. Before the first lesson, I always like to find out what it is you want to achieve both long-term and short-term, what your experience is within the topic and how you enjoy learning most.
Hello, I am a top singing teacher and vocal coach in London. I run a busy private studio and teach at many of London's theatre schools. I also run speech & singing workshops for corporate clients in Central London and summer workshops for kids. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Singing & voice. - Tell me about your qualifications. BA (hons) Musical Theatre Arts Educational.
My name is Marat Ingeldeev and I am a professional London-based contemporary pianist, composer, arranger and musicologist with more than 15 years of experience. I am also a dedicated and experienced piano, music theory and music technology tutor offering excellent and in-depth tuition for any age or ability.
I offer classes in all areas of Music and Theatre including Singing, Music Theory, Musical Analysis, Character Building, Spoken Voice, Performance Skills and Audition Preparation. I am able to teach all levels, from Beginner to Advanced and all age groups. My lessons are an hour long, and can be tailored to the specific needs of each student within Music and Drama.
I am a multi instrumentalist and composer/orchestrator, with primary and secondary school experience (inc. Maths/SEN support). I involve as many genres of music as possible, including classical, jazz, pop and rock.
I teach piano lessons for beginners to advanced students of all ages, having experience in working with students of all abilities and ages.
I am a professional trumpeter based in Wandsworth Common with a fun and positive approach to teaching. I am passionate about both teaching and playing, and I aim to enthuse and encourage my students. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Trumpet is my main instrument; however, I teach all brass, music theory and GCSE & A Level preparation.
I am an experienced teacher based in the Battersea area. I teach all levels from beginner through to advanced, both on pedal and lever harps. Lessons are fun, and include musicianship skills as well as harp technique and work on how to 'perform'. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Harp and music theory - Tell me about your qualifications.
I am a musician who has experience teaching up to A level music. I like to teach my lessons using music that is applicable to everyone but appropriate for learning. I love using technology and use videos, often made by myself to teach and I will endeavour to continue that.
For voice lessons I like to start off with learning You and what You enjoy to sing! I'd like to hear your goals so we can work to accomplish them. Everyone learns differently so after we learn each other we will officially get started. Warming up with scales, and vocal exercises is very important so we should start with that. (It's fun don't worry..
My goal in GCSE and A-Level Music Theory and Appreciation tuition is to help students achieve the best grade possible, while ensuring that they also enjoy themselves. I achieved the top grade for A-Level Music, so I know what it takes for students to achieve top grades. I am particularly aware that some students learn differently, and am good at adapting my teaching style around your needs.
Hello my name is Cenk. I am an experienced professional classical voice teacher and singer. Besides being busy with performing at many international venues I love using my time to pass on the knowledge I have. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Singing and Musicianship. I also teach Languages, Music Theory and Aural Skills. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I strongly believe in freedom of movement while playing an instrument. All practiced technique should make expressing yourself easier and effortless. From a general viewpoint, music is too vast for someone to tell you what to like/ do with it. Classical music is a great foundation from which to explore; find your voice, and your calling to a particular field in music. Which is why i study it..
For me, teaching music and performing are the most direct and intimate form of human communication. Watching and helping people achieve and gain confidence through grasping this language is endlessly rewarding. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach musicianship and singing, Music Workshops, Classical Singing, Early Years Music, Jazz/ Pop Singing and Vocal Coaching.
My teaching method is pretty different as it differs from ages. For kids, I'd tend to use a more soft and imaginative approach while the elder students would get a more straightforward and direct approach as their understanding is stronger. By engaging kids with imagination, they would have more interest in music and also improve on their creativity.
My teaching methods are too understand the pupils problem and help change the problem to a strength so the person will be able to understand the topic and approach the question with confidence.
I like the interest of the students to lead the lesson so whatever you are interested in, I hope I can be knowledgeable in this area! I have toured with bands playing pop played piano in theatre pits for musical theatre, created my own electronic dance music, and film music on many different softwares including Logic, Digital Performer, Cubase, Sibelius, and written for synths and full orchestra,...
I believe in students understanding why they play what they play. I encourage discussion and questioning, and sometimes discover new things together with my students that neither of us knew. I am confident teaching upto Grade 8/ A-level music theory.
I am a passionate musician who is eager to inspire young people's curiosity for music. I believe in "sound before symbol", meaning that students should first experience the sound of the music before learning about its associated symbol or name. "Dominant seventh chord"; "interrupted cadence"; "relative minor key"...
I structure lessons to suit pupils, combining theory and practice to great effect. I have been described as extremely patient and helpful and am willing to try a variety of techniques to best aid the development of my pupils. I have a wide range of teaching resources which can be used to best fit pupils.
I am an experienced music professional who is passionate about teaching. I love sharing the wonder of music with everyone! Learning an instrument can be one of the greatest joys in life and I would love to guide you! - Which subject(s) do you teach? Guitar Piano Music Theory Composition - Tell me about your qualifications.
I have great drumming experience and have recently gained my trinity grade 8 (rock and pop) with distinction. I believe currently I can be the greatest help to beginners of the instrument. This is due to my extensive knowledge of the fundamentals of the drums. I plan on structuring the lessons around rudiment work and grooves.
I'm a composer, multi-instrumentalist and a graduate of The Guildhall School of Music and Drama. I'm an experienced teacher of violin, music theory and composition. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach violin (folk/fiddle and classical), piano (classical, pop), drum kit (pop/rock), music theory, composition and academic music (i.e. GCSE and A-level). - Tell me about your qualifications.
As a London based professional cellist, it is extremely rewarding to share with others the knowledge I have gained through years of studying this instrument. I enjoy teaching both committed players as well as those who play as a hobby.
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