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.
The best music lessons you'll ever have! Highly qualified, experienced & friendly teacher in Holborn. My methods achieve great results every time. Learn for fun or to further your career. Beginners & professionals welcome. - Which subject(s) do you teach? All styles and levels. Classical, jazz, soul, pop and rock. Associated Board grades 1 - 8 or Rock School exams.
Limited space for A level composition but do feel free to contact via website Highly qualified and highly experienced composition teacher and lecturer. Specialist in HE and FE.
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.
Initially the way I will run the lessons is to work with student's ongoing projects, offering immediate feedback and offering useful composition and arranging advice. Alternatively, the lesson can revolve around creating new projects from scratch, or going through the fundamentals step-by-step.
I believe that the best teachers should provide tailor made coaching styles and methodology to enhance the learning experience for each individual. An acute awareness of both aural and visual elements is best when facilitating the needs of the individual.
Name: Vaughan Jones. I am a friendly and experienced teacher of the violin, viola and piano and work with children and adults, from beginners up to Grade 8 and beyond. I focus on a tension free approach to playing, allowing students to fulfill their musical potential.
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.
I teach all styles of piano music and all levels from beginner to advanced. I can take you from grade 1 to grade 8 with the Associated Board if you wish to do that. Or you can just play for fun and relaxation. I am a very patient teacher and make lessons fun.
I have a First Class degree in Popular Music and Record Production and a Master of Music in Music Composition. My teaching/lesson structure is tailored to the students needs and can go as fast or as slow as the student wants.
I'm very happy to say my students are ages 4 to teenage years and adults and from countries such as Japan, China, Italy, Israel, Canada, Netherlands, Israel, USA and others! I hope you read through my details and please don't hesitate to contact me. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Piano, Music Composition and Music Theory, all levels.
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.
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 a professional violinist working in London and Manchester. After 17 years playing with the Halle Orchestra, I now freelance with with the major orchestras and appear regularly as a guest leader. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach violin and music theory. - Tell me about your qualifications.
My approach to teaching composition depends entirely on the student’s aims and interests, so the lessons can be tailored around whatever the student wants to focus on. For example, composition lessons can involve doing creative and technical exercises, listening and analysis or working on a particular piece.
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 teach to every kind of musician, from beginners (including little children) to pre-professional. I have some experience in group lessons (music schools) as well as private lessons. The way I organize my lessons depend on my pupil(s): it can be pre-organized, for example when it concerns children.
I am a great believer in getting the basics firmly bedded in before moving to the more difficult issues. Ultimately the pupil has to enjoy themselves, therefor having fun is very important. As a newcomer to tutoring I think I could teach beginners up to and possibly beyond secondary school level.
I split up my lessons into 10 minute slots, working on theory, technical skills for the instrument and then a song to finish. Usually the student gets to choose the song they work on from a range I have pre selected. If they have a special request that is also considered.
Would you like to study with a West End star? Music graduate of University College, Oxford, & former leading lady in London's West End. Trained as an opera pop singer, tutored National Youth Choir, Ulster Youth Choir & I'm a professional pianist. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Singing (all styles) Piano (all styles) Music theory - Tell me about your qualifications.
Thank you for considering me as your music teacher. I have a large amount of performance experience and can offer tuition in a number of different musical fields. Please do get in touch for more details on arrangements so I can fit your requirements. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach conducting, violin, piano, organ and singing.
My teaching method is very simple: we will start from your favorite scores / songs that have forged your musical tastes from your childhood and explore them from A to Z (harmony, counterpoint, orchestration, form, etc ...
Each student has their own needs when it comes to learning. I'm prepared to give lessons in anyway that the student feels is their best way to learn.
My goal is to structure each of my lessons to the individual student. As we work with each other, I will focus each lesson in the way I believe is best for each student. If a student is working on a new performance piece, I will incorporate aspects of Music Theory and Music History, so students may understand a greater depth of the music they are working on.
My teaching methodology is based on the individual. I believe any student can accomplish anything with a disciplined mind set. With such a mind set, we can functionally share and communicate ideas open to learning.
I believe each student is on his or her own musical journey, whether they want to become professionals and make a living at it or just want music to enrich their life. As a music educator, I bring a strong and refined ability to connect with students, inspire them, hone their specific needs and goals and work with them to expand their knowledge, polish their technique and progress as musicians.
It really depends on the goals set by the person, it's something that I have discussed a lot but I have not taught composition, the subject is so vaste that a precise discussion between composers would be much more beneficial. We could listen and work on compositions to enrich them, simplify them or just make them more functional or interesting, again, the subject is too broad.
My teaching method begins with the students particular interests. Whether a student favors jazz, classical, gospel, or hip-hop will ultimately influence my teaching approach. Also, the particular learning style of the student may determine if I first begin teaching the student music by ear or by paper.
As an educator and particularly as a tutor, I make frequent use of the Socratic method and model process for my students. With my line of questioning, I encourage students to think independently while also reinforcing thought processes that help students to complete tasks and assess problems on their own.
I give lessons to anyone with a basic grasp of music, generally middle school age and up. If you've never encountered or been interested in music beyond casual listening, this may not be for you just yet! We do cover basic theory but only as needed to tackle deeper topics related to composition. Regardless of music experience of the student, I tend to steer clear of overly technical explanations.
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