Looking for an experienced and friendly piano teacher? Get a great start to your playing career with a teacher of more than 15 years teaching experience, or develop your skills beyond Grade 8 to professional performance level - Which subject(s) do you teach? Classical, Jazz and Mainstream piano styles, Chamber Music, Music Theory - Tell me about your qualifications.
My piano teaching methods are shaped by the idea that the acquisition of piano techniques should be understood within the artistic content of music and arise from the mood of play and the 'musical painting' of the piece. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Piano. I always incorporate elements of music theory in my piano lessons. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I would teach you the shortest way to be able to quickly play most popular songs, with a bit of regular practice, no music sheets needed - depending on your innate talent, of course! How is that even possible? Only one way to know! First lesson is free of charge. By the way, I am also able to teach you how to read music, if you wish so.
I teach Piano and Theory from level Grade 5 upwards to ABRSM and Trinity syllabus, including Jazz, Popular Music and Improvisation. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Piano, Theory, Jazz, Composition, Arranging/Orchestration, Music Technology (Cubase) and Score Programming (Sibelius) - Tell me about your qualifications.
I'm a student at Edinburgh University wishing to pass on knowledge of piano playing, and music theory skills. Being a student myself means that I know what works best for students as well as a variety of teaching methods. I will start teaching theory as a basis, to build up a foundation knowledge which will be valuable to the student.
My teaching approach is generally flexible as I understand that many students learn at a different pace. However, I create a structured lesson plan for each student. The first lesson would be an assessment class, you necessarily do not need a background knowledge about the piano as this session would help me to recommend the right set of books for you and design your personalized lesson plan.
I've been playing a variety of instruments within a variety of styles for the last decade or so - I went to high school at a Norwegian music school, receiving bass, piano and vocal lessons for years. I've played in a number of bands over the years, both as a bassist, keyboard player and vocalist, and have recorded and released 3 EPs and toured various Norwegian cities.
Having been a living working Rehearsal pianist, Singing teacher, Vocal Coach, Chorus master and Conductor, I have a wealth of hands on experience to pass on to the next generation of eager Students and Pupils.
My name is Fraser Kelman. I am a professional oboist and teacher based in Edinburgh. I maintain a busy teaching practice alongside a performing schedule with many of the country's leading orchestras. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Oboe Cor Anglais Reed Making Piano Chamber Music GCSE Music A-Level Music SQA Music - Tell me about your qualifications.
Anthropology student who's a keen musician looking to give enjoyable lessons, mainly in clarinet but can also play piano and have good knowledge in theory and reading so I'm flexible. Mostly looking for beginners and children but all are welcome.
I started teaching in my high school as a student and I am someone who is flexible and capable of working with people of any ages who would love to learn violin or piano. I believe every individual is different. The content and teaching style would hence be catered to suit individual's interest and ability, taking a more democratic approach.
My teaching method is based on my assessment of the individual student's needs, which will depend on what, if any previous teaching they have had. Older students often have had lessons in the past and are returning to them and sometimes their previous experience has not been wholly positive. This can sometimes require careful handling, but the learning must be enjoyable.
I teach a Classical technique, with relaxation, expression and a singing style. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Piano and Theory of Music, including training for Associated Board and Trinity practical and theory exams. - Tell me about your qualifications. BA, ATCL, LTCL (Licentiate of Trinity College London) in piano performance.
I teach all students accordingly to their needs, so different methods would be used on different people. I am good at listening, adapting to new changes, and responsible for my student’s development. I am open to any suitable methods to achieve our goals.
Experienced musician and composer with many years long practice in different European countries and various languages. Higher education and university professor. I teach in English, Greek, Russian, Bulgarian, Czech.
Simply playing a piece of music is great fun, but understanding why and how the music works and really making it your own is so much more satisfying.
My teaching methods are both traditional and modern. Each lesson is tailored to the student; their needs/requests and level. I use a variety of teaching aids, to help students understand and learn better, and also for young students, to captivate, encourage and motivate their piano playing. My students must enjoy our lessons, and be excited for our next lesson.
I teach by teaching the basics. How to read music and identify notes rather than how to play an individual tune. I hope I can equip you with the tools to play any song you would like. I feel 20 or 30 minute lessons are best, but can be changed.
I believe that sharing and transmitting are the natural extension of a lifetime devoted to music, therefore teaching the piano is an absolute necessity to me and feels like second nature. Over the last 14 years, I have been teaching young children to adults, beginners to professionals.
Hi, I'm Xin Yi! I'm looking to tutor piano to beginners or pupils who want help with learning their own repertoire. I work well with young children, having taught English in India for three weeks last year. I would help to improve sightreading skill and technique.
I love music and hope to share this with my pupils. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Jazz theory and performance - clarinet and saxophone. Classical clarinet. Classical piano - beginners - intermediate. Music theory. Recorder. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I am a classically trained teacher and performer. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Classical music, musical theatre and Jazz. Preparation for exams and performances. Beginners Piano until grade 3. Voice tuition for acting and public speaking. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I have always believed that music lessons should be fun. I have a lot of laughs with my students and my main aim is for them to leave every lesson feeling motivated and inspired to work hard. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Clarinet, Saxophone, Recorder and Piano. Music theory, aural skills and sight reading are included in all lessons if desired. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I offer fun piano lessons from an experienced performer of both classical and popular music! Whether you want to prepare for exams or just want to learn to play your favourite classical or pop songs I will be happy to help! - Which subject(s) do you teach? Piano - Classical & Pop Music Theory Songwriting Recording facilities - Tell me about your qualifications.
It is my mission to facilitate creative and explorative learning to result in a natural, long lasting urge to learn and develop musical skills. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Classical piano, pop, basic blues, piano accompaniment, improvisation, theory. - Tell me about your qualifications.
Thank you for taking the time to consider me as a teacher. Whether you're looking to sit exams, or learn just for fun, I can help you learn in a enjoyable, exciting and encouraging way. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Piano, French Horn and Composition.
Music lessons can be an incredibly fun and rewarding experience, whatever your age and ability. My lessons are always tailored towards your goals and I will patiently help you to achieve your musical aspirations whatever they may be! - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Piano and Cello at all levels.
My aim is to provide inspiring and enjoyable lessons for people of all ages and levels. - Which subject(s) do you teach? piano and theory - Tell me about your qualifications. I have grade 8 in piano and flute, a music degree from Lancaster University, and a DipABRSM - How much do you charge? I charge £16 per half hour lesson. - Where do you teach? At my home in Bruntsfield.
Music is enjoyment for all. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Piano, Theory, Conducting - Tell me about your qualifications. BA(Hons), DipABRSM(Perf) - How much do you charge? £30/hr - Where do you teach? Home (Tollcross area Edinburgh) - When are you available? Mornings and early evenings. - Which ages and levels do you teach? 10-70 years. Beginners to Advanced.
I am a friendly, patient and experienced tutor, willing to work with students to fulfil their own expectations rather than my own. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach piano, and I tutor adults in English as a Foreign Language. - Tell me about your qualifications. I hold a Bachelor of Music (hons) from the University of Edinburgh.
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