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.
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'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.
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.
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.
I have completed ABRSM all 8 grades from aged 8, most of these passed with merit and distinction. I enjoy playing the piano for fun, selecting pieces to suit my mood. I am not strict, and want students to enjoy whilst they learn. I am extremely patient, having taught for over 10 years music, English, fitness and physical education all over the world, from young toddlers to adults.
Who am I? I’m a Scottish traditional fiddle player, singer and composer, classical violinist and pianist, community music practitioner and music teacher, currently studying for a DipABRSM Teaching Diploma What are my qualifications? DipABRSM Violin (Pass), Grade 8 Piano (Distinction), AMusTCL Theory and Composition (Pass), Grade 8 Theory (Merit), BA Music (First Class).
I'm a 2nd year college student in University of Edinburgh. I have been playing the piano for 11 years and I'm good at arising interest. The secret of playing the piano is to practice more. I can accompany you to practice. I'm good at maths and electronics, besides I can teach you Chinese language. I'm patient, responsible and serious for my student.
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.
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.
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.
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.
I am a university student with grade 8 in piano and A in advanced higher music. I teach piano and up to grade 5 music theory for beginners and those of intermediate skill level. I can assist you both in learning new pieces for fun or performance and help you achieve your desired grades in ABRSM exams.
My lessons are tailored to suit the individual needs of the student. I can help students through their school music exams or graded exams and have a 100% pass record to date.
I believe in teaching by doing. Most techniques can be learned through studies, scales and simply practising. I demonstrate how the technique should be performed then give advice on how to perfect it.
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