All my teaching methods will come down too all individuals if I’m honest. I need to analyse how much you already know and where I come in to help you as much as I can! Have a lot of faith in me and trust me.
I am a serious and funny person who will help you reach your goal. I have helped a lot of students at University and helped them to always get a First. Work regularly is the best option and I will give you some good methods to organise your work.
I can teach up to grade 8 singing. With younger pupils they can either be individual or with a friend. I tailor my lessons to my pupils to find the best fit for them and most importantly lessons need to be fun.
Whether it's electric or acoustic, rock or pop, I base my lessons around each student and their preferred tastes in music.
My name is Adam Henderson and I have been teaching music theory and guitar lessons since I was 17. My lesson structure is find out how much you know to start with, find a series of goals you wish to achieve and tailor the lessons to suit you. My characteristics as a teacher would be that I am very patient and understanding so whatever you need from your guitar/music theory teacher, I will be.
My teaching method is once you are ready to learn, I’ll give my all and push you to the best
I really went to singer and I really went to dance if u help me please and thanks so much
I give lessons to any singer at any level. I first ask my students to pick a song to prepare and perform to me for the first lesson so I can gather an understanding of what needs work and what doesn't. I make sure certain techniques are in place such as breathing, posture, diction and support. Each class is adapted to each singer so I make sure to adjust to each students needs.
I have a calm, attentive teaching style. Listening to Students needs to find the best possible way to achieve their goals. Wether working through books, learning songs for gigs, improving technical ability, musicality and understanding if music. I intend to keep lessons fun, interesting and challenging to ensure students can be the best player they can be.
I am a singer, songwriter and guitarist from Derbyshire and I've been performing live since 2013.
I teach young aspiring musicians from nursery to primary school. I hold a BTEC Level 2 Qualification in Music Performance and I have performed in schools with my current band Urchin. My lessons will be held in Leeds and it will be via Skype or Messenger. Ideally, if you're an audial learner, I will help with sharp listening skills and follow your instincts when tuning a guitar.
Do you want to learn the Saxophone? Adam will make you feel welcome to the world of being a musician. His one to one lessons are laid back and relaxed and are perfect for beginners of all ages. Lessons will prepare you in reading music, playing by ear, theory and will encourage a daily practice routine. A usual lesson will consist of a warm up then reading.
I can teach students of any age and up to advanced ability on clarinet, predominantly classical but also jazz, and also offer singing lessons to those up to an intermediate level. I can provide music theory lessons, especially to those working towards their Grade 5 exams.
My teaching method is to focus on natural sounds and inner breathing, articulation, pitch, note bending. I am a degree level musician that would love to help you get to where you need to be in terms of study and practise.
I base it on trust and to believe in yourself! push away the negative behaviour and focus on the positive
i am victor i give lessons to mostly beginners or thoes who want to learn from scratch don't worry i'm fun to be with
I am a qualified teacher, and I plan all of my lessons to fit around the individual's needs. I am patient, hard working, driven and energetic. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Drama, Singing, Acting, English, Childcare and Health & Social care. - Tell me about your qualifications.
Everybody should have the chance to be able to sing! - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach jazz and pop singing to any level. Looking at repertoire, improvisation, technique and confidence to sing. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have a degree at Leeds College of Music studying jazz singing. I also have a lot of experience in performing in various groups as a singer.
Sing sing sing! - Which subject(s) do you teach? Classical voice, technique for pop singers and general music theory. - Tell me about your qualifications. I am a musician and a performer but this alone is not enough; I have a BA in Music and am completing a Masters in Western Classical Voice Performance, but more than this I am a teacher of music to young people.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I give Piano, Singing and Theory lessons. Also I am able to teach the Russian language. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have Master (Honours), Bachelor (Honours) degree, majoring in Arts, and have been a music teacher in Schools of General Education and Specialised Schools. - How much do you charge? I charge £25 per 60 min.
my approach is very simple and friendly. i make the student feel comfortable and improvise slowly based on their range step by step adhering and aiming to improve it more. i will teach different styles and methods of singing and how to add more colour and vibratos to the voice and range.
I specialise in Pop and modern music, and have extensive industry experience. My original material has received radioplay on BBC Radio 1 and reached #10 in the Spotify UK Viral Chart in the summer of 2017. My aim is to base my lessons around you and what you enjoy, whilst also providing you with a solid foundation of technique and performance tips, to put into practise in your everyday singing.
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Located within the West Yorkshire Urban Area, the fourth most-populous urban area in the UK, Leeds is a vibrant and diverse city. With a population of about 785,000, it is the second largest local authority district in the country (after Birmingham). That’s a lot of potential singers!
Like all big English metropolitan areas, countless opportunities exist if you want to learn how to sing well, or if you’d like to deepen or polish your vocal technique. And that’s regardless of your skill level, whether singing is your passion and you just want to practice some singing exercises after work or you aspire to make it a career and become a famous singer someday.
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The Garforth Singing School, founded by Royal College of Music alum Anne-Marie Czajkowski, proposes one-on-one singing and piano lessons in her personal, fully-equipped studio.
All levels are welcome, whether you’re tone deaf or practicing for your university recitals. Anne-Marie has a rich musical and pedagogical background and is even used to teaching people with learning difficulties, using her passion and patience to make music and song accessible to everybody. She teaches many different styles, from classical music to jazz to light pop, and can also teach in different languages (French, German, Russian, etc.).
Her private lessons are proposed in the afternoon and in the evenings, and they cost £34 an hour.
Vocal coach Tessa Smith also offers quality singing lessons. A true local, Tessa graduated from the Leeds School of Music in 2007 and has been a singing instructor ever since, teaching people of all ages jazz, classical, pop and musical theatre music. Her private lessons are open to everyone, and there is no need to commit, as you can pay as you go. Her rate is £30 an hour.
Tessa is also heavily involved in numerous choirs, leading 3 different groups that are open to those of her students who are interested in also joining an ensemble. “Jazz Voices” meets fortnightly and offers performance opportunities throughout the year, and the “Chapel Allerton Festival Choir” meets for 5 weeks every summer, to perform at the Chapel Allerton Festival.
The School of Music of the University of Leeds is one of the largest music departments in the UK. Here, you can obtain your undergraduate, masters, or research degree in music. The curriculum includes a variety of different teaching styles, from lectures and seminars, to solo and ensemble rehearsals to studio time for composition. Students will learn the history of music, as well as music theory and music research skills, and will have the option of choosing from a variety of different modules to complete their programme, depending on their particular interests, including composition and performance, the psychology of music, notation and editing, and marketing for musicians.
While there is a thorough application process to enter the School of Music, applicants aren’t required to have taken music lessons in the past, and the university considers “alternative profiles” for admission. The advantage of studying music at the School of Music is that, as part of the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Culture, students can benefit from the different interdisciplinary opportunities that the faculty provides, such as research, conferences, modules, etc. The school’s many external partners, such as Opera North, also foster an exciting and stimulating environment for its students.
Another music school, The Yorkshire College of Music and Drama, founded in 1894, offers a wide range of music lessons in guitar, piano, woodwinds and string instruments, on top of its singing lessons. The college provides a relaxed and pleasant environment for both beginners and experienced singers alike to improve or to perfect their musical abilities.
The school provides both individual and group lessons, and even several workshops and concerts throughout the year. Lessons cover all aspects of music training, from music theory and composition to music performance.
Artforms Music offers a wide range of musical learning opportunities around Leeds, for music enthusiasts of all ages. The Artforms Music Centres provide community-based group music lessons on Saturday mornings throughout the city. All styles are covered and everyone is welcome. Beginners are even able to rent an instrument for a whole year, free of charge, in order to test it out.
Artforms also manages The City of Leeds Youth Music groups, which offer young musicians the opportunity to perform at a higher level. Groups meet on a weekly basis, and open rehearsals give newcomers the chance to try out a group for free.
The Leeds Schools’ Music Association (LSMA), also part of Artforms Music, provides children with the opportunity to perform together with other students, both in instrumental groups and in choirs. The association organises a Christmas concert and a three-day festival in the summer, in which different schools around the area come together to sing and play.
Roundhay Music is a not-for-profit organisation that helps promote music in the city of Leeds by providing students with access to more experienced instrumental and singing teachers. On top of their music theory and singing lessons, they provide music lessons for a variety of different instruments (piano, flute, clarinet, cello, electric guitar, percussion, etc.). In fact, their rich catalogue of courses more closely resembles that of a music school than that of an association!
All of the different musical styles are represented in Roundhay’s lessons, which can be particularly interesting for our music enthusiasts who wish to perfect their musical training and their voice in a variety of different areas!
The organisation advocates for musical conversation and making musical education and the joy of playing and singing together accessible to all. For this reason, several choirs and music ensembles are also proposed, created by and for the students themselves, in order to give students the chance to benefit from group synergy and to practice their performance skills as a team. Lessons and ensembles are open to students of all ages and standards, whether you just want to practice your scales or are looking to rehearse for your university auditions.
When singing becomes more than just a passion, and turns into a true vocation, you may wish to develop it further in order to make it your career. And, hey, why not? If this is your case, then the Leeds College of Music is the best option for you.
Their course offering is quite large, as the college hosts over 1,900 musicians between their undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes in all different types of music (classical, folk, jazz, film music, etc.), as well as the various short courses proposed throughout the year. Besides the ever-popular vocal and breathing technique lessons, students also take lessons in scenic expression, language and the fundamentals of composition or instrumental/vocal performance. In order to obtain a wide breadth of knowledge in the art of singing, the conservatoire is the ideal place to learn.
If you’re afraid you won’t meet the strict requirements for admission (most programs require you have A Level Music qualifications or a BTEC extended diploma in a music-related subject), do not fear! The college also offers a wide range of short courses and summer schools that are open to beginners. From “Sight Singing and Vocal Techniques for Choral Singers” to “Singing for Improvers”, these workshop-style courses are typically taught in the evenings and invite people of all ages and backgrounds to hone their skills, practice their technique, and gain the self-confidence to perform solo or in a group.
Most of the solutions covered above involve learning in a group setting, whether it’s joining an ensemble or participating in a workshop. Turning to a private tutor can turn out to be incredibly useful to make fast progress. In fact, by going down this route, you will have a personal tutor entirely dedicated to your learning trajectory, which is unlikely to be the case during group lessons.
In Leeds, there are about twenty singing instructors on our platform offering singing lessons that average £26 an hour. Keep in mind that you can always lower the bill by choosing instructors with less prestigious diplomas, or with less experience than others (such as a current student).
It’s fair to say that a private singing instructor or vocal coach with over 30 years of experience will likely charge a different rate than a first-year conservatory student.
And make sure you take advantage of a first lesson offered for free! At Superprof, most of our tutors have activated this option, ideal to test your new singing instructor’s teaching methods before you commit to more regular lessons.
All you need to do now is find the formula for success to become the best alto, tenor, baritone or soprano out there! Best of luck!