Both singing and violin lessons will begin with warm-ups in the form of scales and arpeggios. This helps the student to physically warm up and to start thinking about technical aspects of playing or singing. All aspects of the lesson, including the warm-up, will be tailored to the individual. After a warm-up we will have some technical exercises.
I assess what style of music you enjoy and cater the lessons based on your personal musical goals. I use my various techniques for learning to play better, faster and to retain the knowledge so that you can see yourself progressing quickly also.
I am a very enthusiastic and patient teacher, trying to create a friendly atmosphere in the classroom and I adjust the technical methods according to each student's individual needs. I like to make the violin lesson as a time of entairtainment and joy and not a strict/boring class.
Ilike to teach to the chosen qualification syllabus, using practical methods, scales, arppeggios. As well as fun off-syllabus tunes such as jigs, popular songs and improvisational music. I am happy to delve into particular genres of music or have a more broad approach.
I always amend my lessons to my students. I make lessons fun and exciting and always encourage a recording after learning a piece. This enables parents to see the progress their child has made throughout the lessons. I will always help an individual show case their talent and grow in both confidence and skills.
If you are looking for a violin teacher that can make you play with a smile, you have found her! My aim is always to make my lessons as inspiring as possible, to help my students overcome eventual difficulties and make divine music. Each term I organise a student concert in the Swedish Church in Paris.
For violin I am happy to tutor any age and up to grade 8 standard. Whether you're playing for fun or exams I can help you through the repertoire and expand your technique and approach to musical style. For music theory I am happy to tutor any age at GCSE music standard and up to grade 5 theory. I can help you through exams or just explore the topic for fun.
Differential method and one hour of weekly duration. In the classes we used a composition of several methods, among them: Suzuki, Sévcik, Kreutzer, Mazas, Maia Bang and Laoureux; besides varied repertoire according to the musical taste of the student and teaching of musical theory.
I prepare students for ABRSM 1-8 Grade Exams, (Violin and Music Theory) and train teachers for taking the DipABRSM Exam.
I believe firmly in getting going as quickly as possible! I have no preference towards style, I just want to give you the tools you need to play the music that you want to play! I believe that playing in time is key to musicality so that's my main focus!
I teach by making sure the pupil understands what they are doing and also by repetition. I am encouraging and patient.
I adapt each lesson to each student, their interests and his/her goal. I combine both violin technique and performance with music theory lessons. My aim is the student get engage with music, be able to enjoy it and learn at the same time.
Everyone loves music. Yet, creating the sound is not easy even if you have an instrument in your hand. And this is why I always make sure my students are progressing as well as they are enjoying the lessons so they are not discouraged but motivated to practise. In the past I went to daily music school so my knowledge of music is very broad. I’m playing piano and violin.
I am studying at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama on a scholarship, previously having studied as a specialist Musician at Wells Cathedral School. Music is my greatest passion, so I am happy to teach anyone - even those who are unsure, just want to try out music or play only as a hobby. On the other hand I also teach serious students who are aspiring musicians.
My name is Magdalina and I am a first- year student at the Royal Academy of Music in London. I am originally from Sofia, Bulgaria, where i graduated the National School of Music with Violin Performance and a Professional Qualification Certificate. I would like to give lessons to young children, either beginners or intermediate.
I am Clara Garde, a Master1 violin student at The Royal College of Music. I also play harp as a high level, and I give lessons in both instruments for all levels.
I have led musical workshops for the Royal Opera House, BBC SO Learning, Streetwise Opera, Future Opera and numerous schools and community music groups. Private tutoring has included students who have recently signed contracts starring in major West End musicals, and successfully auditioned for top choirs and ensembles.
I approach each student with patience and an understanding that each person progresses differently. My students learn that short focused practice is immensely more productive than long practices not focused on specifics.
I am a self employed violinist living and working in London, having graduated from the Royal College of Music with a first class degree in 2015.
Music is a tool to connect with others and ourselves. Through singing we don’t just build a bridge with an audience but with our bodies and our own emotions. Singing involves every little part of our system, from our lungs and our diaphragm to breathe and project, to our brains and our heart to express, even going to our heads to let the sound resonate.
Having been fortunate enough to have had great music teachers, I know the importance of getting it right from the start! I am an engaging and imaginative teacher, and pride myself on tailoring my lessons to suit the individual needs of my pupils. I believe that learning music should be fun, challenging and build confidence, and I teach with this ethos in mind.
I'm a 29-year-old experienced violin performer and teacher. I have recently obtained a Postgraduate Diploma at the Birmingham Conservatoire. I am willing to teach violin,piano and music theory people of all levels via skype. I am very patient, understanding and passionate about music and my students. My biggest goal is to share my skills and music experience with others.
I have studied violin since the age of four and play to a grade 8 standard. I am classically trained but also enjoy playing folk music. I learnt using Suzuki method and I am willing to teach in this way but would suggest learning sheet music if you don't already read music. I am patient and willing to teach any age upwards of 3.
I teach the violin privately following the Suzuki technic and also others methods to beginners until advanced students. I have a friendly competitive spirit. I take the improvement of my students very seriously and take great care to tailor my lessons to the different ambitions and goals of each student, whether that be a desire for a career in music or to play the violin as a hobby.
I teach students of all ages and abilities and during term time work in 9 schools in Tower Hamlets. I am able to prepare students for exams using both ABRSM and Trinity exam boards but am equally happy to teach students who are learning for fun.
I have been mostly taught via the Russian Violin School methodology. I later experienced other teaching styles like the German School (I also studied music in Germany several months) and the French School. I have had masterclasses with performers like Frederieke Saeijs, and renowned teachers like Olga Vilkomirskaia, Anna Baget and others.
My teaching methodology will depend upon what do you what to accomplish by learning the violin, would you like to study a degree of music? Would you enjoy playing your favourite pop songs? Do you have 2 weeks to learn a song for your sister's wedding? Anything's possible and there's a way for every single one of them, the most important and always present is the will to practice and learn, and...
I play violin since i was 7 years old. First 10 years in boarding School for musically gifted children, and after on Faculty of music, at University of Arts in Belgrade. Meanwhile i meat a lot of different students, professors, and simple music lovers. What i consider as i really important thing in teaching is, that you must teach your student to love music and instrument you teach.
Violin teaching is about getting into music. I try to get the student to learn pieces they love. Playing the violin isn't about ticking a box, it's about being a musician and playing what you love.
I gained both my MMus and BMus (1st Class Hons) from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, where I studied with renowned teachers such as David Takeno and Krysia Ososotowicz. I spent a year studying teaching methods and have since successfully put it into practice, giving lessons to young children and adults, from beginner to advanced.
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