I have taught music privately for over ten years and continue to enjoy working with musicians of all levels and abilities. I teach piano, guitar, music theory, & composition. I am postgraduate alumnus of The Royal College of Music in London. I often work with students preparing for ABRSM or equivalent exams. I live in London and am happy to travel for lessons.
I can adapt myself to the needs of my students. If the student does not bring any material, I can bring my own writing paper, pencils and write note myself in order to show him/her the basics. I can also bring music examples from the conservatory's library. There are also many rooms with pianos there. Having a piano at our disposition could be very efficient.
I have recently completed a Master of Music at the Royal Northern College of Music and prior to this an undergraduate degree in music at the University of Bristol. Since starting university I have been teaching privately and have four years experience working in specialist music schools. I am passionate about inspiring people of all ages to strive for their best in music.
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.
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.
My name is James Atashroo, I am a freelance brass musician and teacher based in Sheffield, South Yorkshire. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach all the valved brass instruments, specialising on trumpet, cornet and flugelhorn. I also teach piano, bass guitar and musical theory. I frequently play in a variety of styles so I am at home teaching classical, jazz, or more popular styles.
I teach by creating a low-stress environment where the student has complete control over the topics studied if desired. I frequently set tasks at 3 levels of difficulty that all use practical techniques. This encourages the student to engage and provide them with perspective in relation to real-life musical events.
I very much like to help anybody with problems. No matter if the topic was from which button to use in the Sibelius program or understanding figured bass, we would cover the basics first to make sure all understanding is clear. We will then progress to more complex ideas when you are totally comfortable.
I utilise practical methods within my teaching to keep students interested such as assessing students' progress through games and quizzes. Music can be a very hands on learning experience so I will take on an approach which involves teaching basic piano skills to help with chord identification and other elements of music.
My teaching relies on goal-based learning; this could be many things such as passing a written exam, understanding a new musical concept or passing your grade 5 theory! My aim to make my lessons insightful, fun, but most importantly useful, and I encourage a hands-on approach!
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.
I use a variety of methods in my work, this is a student led process of discovery. The first few lessons are spent discovering your learning style, this allows me to devise lesson plans that will encourage you to achieve the best you can. My students report I am a calm and patient teacher, adults and children enjoy the time they spend with me and are enthusiastic to come to their lessons.
The sessions I offer are usually between one and two hours long. Depending on the needs of the student, I will spend a good part of the session on basic conducting technique, before integrating the technique into practical examples.
Just the way a song should be written is how I structure my tuition. We will delve first into The history of music and the music of Now. Then you flip the perspective and you analyse your own idea of the history of music, or should I say, how you perceive the history and movement of songwriting and how it has developed and evolved over time.
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.
My name is Arya. I was brought up in a musical family and since then fallen in love with the subject. I play and teach the Flute. I hold a Grade 5 in it. I also, teach music theory. The methods I use are The Orff Method. Which is a way to teach music by engaging the mind and body. I also teach with The Suzuki Method. I am patient but am always expecting improvements in my students.
My teaching methods are based on step by step skills, depending on what in specific you want to learn. I can guide you from basic warm ups in singing to variations in tone, performance and musicology. It will be fun and we can get creative. For younger children and up to 17 year old.
I base my classes on my clients individual needs. I assess where their weaknesses are and the level they are already at and focus on helping them in the areas they would like to improve the most. I am working at diploma level on 2 instruments and my passion lies in being able to excite people with helping them progress with their music.
My teaching method is flexible to suit individual abilities and needs, with enjoyment as a primary focus. Therefore, I will recommend appropriate resources for practice or certain areas individuals wish to improve. My priority will be focusing on improving techniques to maximise potential. I can help prepare for graded exams in both practical and theory.
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 individually tailor my lessons to each student, their aims and the qualification they are studying for. I teach music theory as well as music GCSE and A Level. I believe that every student has the ability to achieve highly and adapt my teaching to facilitate this.
I give classes from beginners to advanced students in all ages. During the instrument classes I use the methodology that I developed during my time as a teacher in Brazil, where the student learns instrument skills, read music and history and analises at the same time, and for children I base the musicalization classes in Dalkrose and Kodaly methodologies.
My teaching method consists on both theoretical and practical projects. With music the key is to keep students engaged, it's easy to get distracted by instruments and theory because it's all so fun. What I like to do is get to know students individually and understand how they learn and want to be taught.
My teaching method is primarily client focused. We will work towards your goals, I will not impose style or genre restrictions on you. All composition is equally valid! I will ask you to prepare some musical material for each week, and we will discuss your work, highlighting anything that needs to be looked at or technical inaccuracies.
I am willing to give lessons based on ABRSM grades, or even as an assistance to GCSE or A level music. I am happy to start at any level. My approach is to relate the theory to a practical purpose as it makes it more meaningful, for example explaining a particular style of piece and then having the student learn or write a piece in that style.
Depending on the level of my student and their goals as a player, I choose to focus different facets that they can improve on in our lessons. Learning to use breath control correctly and understanding articulation are a large part of what I do, as this is how you become a great player! I love to teach and interact with children, and all age groups and difficulty levels are welcome.
Over the past year I have been working as a music and boarding assistant in residence at Malvern St James Girls school, helping teach music lessons as well as helping in the boarding houses to look after the children.
My method varies depending on the needs of each student, I model what I want my student do and I try to be specific.
I always tailor the lessons upon the student needs, focusing on the areas that need improvement always enjoying the lesson
My teaching philosophy uses the best traditional and modern teaching styles. I try to encourage my pupils enjoy what they can do and make good progress at all times. I use a range of different musical styles based on individual pupil's interests ranging from classical through to pop/jazz.
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Perfect! Barnaby is very knowledgeable and helpful! He is very good at explaining things and presenting music theory in various examples with different instruments. He is always on time, flexible and professional. I would recommend him to my friends and...
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