I am a classical flautist from Scotland studying at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. I am passionate about all aspects of teaching, with special emphasis on posture, health and creativity. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Classical flute, piccolo, recorder and piano. - Tell me about your qualifications. ABRSM Grade 8 in classical flute and piano.
My lessons take place in a fun and relaxed atmosphere, whilst drawing on world-class conservatoire training and many years of top performing experience. I am happy to welcome students of all ages and abilities, from complete beginners to advanced players wanting to hone their skills.
I have been teaching piano (classical and jazz) to all ages for over 20 years and really enjoy watching my pupils making progress with their studies. Do you want to pick up where you left? ..all ages welcome..
If a student wants to do exams I will work towards that with them, if not I will teach them pieces in the genre they enjoy most. I did my grade 5 in Piano and then continued to play pieces up to around grade 7 level for fun. Moreover, I got a B in my A Level music exams alongside doing my grade 6 music theory so have a wide knowledge of music theory.
I approach teaching each student differently depending on their needs. I am happy to teach people of all abilities and up to grade three on the piano. I try to make sure that every student leaves their lesson having learnt something and having had an enjoyable time.
I base all of my lessons around the student. Every lesson is tailored to their needs, whether it is to play for pleasure or to seek grades. I take special care in choosing the music that each student plays while also allowing for creative development by encouraging them to choose their own.
I aim to give fun and inspiring lessons that leave the student wanting to improve and learn. Lessons I teach will cover the basics of music from leading how to read and blow an instrument for the first time all the way to be able to nail the your favourite song.
Pedagogies I use are that of El Sistema for groups and pedagogy / knowledge laid out in Deliège and Sloboda's Musical Beginnings and Swanwick's Music, Mind, Education, (Spiral of Musical Development in Children). Given the suitable teaching and environment any child can learn to play a musical instrument.
I teach from beginners to advanced, those who are serious and those who want fun! Along with making sure the student is benefiting from playing and performing, I make sure that their capability of music theory is level so they are able to tackle any piece of music.
I am highly qualified (BMus hons, MPerf with distinction, Masters in Music Therapy), and am a passionate and caring teacher with over 10 years experience. My teaching approach is friendly and patient, and tailored to the needs of each individual.
I am an enthusiastic and relaxed saxophonist from London. I am experienced on my instrument and I will guide you into mastering the practical and theoretical elements of the alto saxophone. I am a laid back and warming tutor. For beginner and intermediate level students, our lessons will be engaging and without stress or commitment.
I have been playing trumpet for 16 years and was originally inspired to learn at school when watching an older student perform in concerts. I have achieved grade 8 trumpet and played in many musical ensembles at semi-professional level. I enjoy working with younger players and I'm comfortable teaching kids to learn the basics of practical trumpet playing and music theory.
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.
I believe in creating a unique experience for each student, tailored around what they hope to achieve (grades, performance abilities, fun!) and why they are interested in music lessons. Our lessons will cover all aspects of playing, from technical development to emotional understanding, so that they can develop into well rounded musicians and experience the joy of music making.
I work closely with younger students to provide a fun and productive learning experience for those who would like to learn to read music for a wind instrument, or would like to learn a wind instrument themselves. I find that the best way to learn is hands-on, with a balance between study and practising.
I follow my teacher's methods of Ronald Van Spaendonck and Alessandro Carbonare. It depends to the level of the student i try different ways of teaching the clarinet, the method of the balloon and the straw.
My teaching method is based around playing music pieces of increasing technical difficulty while learning the techniques and music theory required to play the pieces. As the student becomes more advanced, I prefer to allow them to choose what music to learn, as I believe this helps foster a greater love of music than forcing students to play music they don't like.
Welcome to my page! I am a trumpet player, songwriter and teacher, graduate of Leeds College of Music. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Trumpet (Bb, C, D, Eb) jazz trumpet and cornet. I can also teach bass guitar. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have a BA (Hons) Music from Leeds College of Music and I also have Grade 8 trumpet. - How much do you charge? £30 per hour.
I approach flute playing with enthusiasm and knowledge, never giving negative criticism and tailoring each lesson to individual needs and requirements, giving evidence of progress and next steps.
I am a head of music in Manchester but I like in Kirkham/Wesham. I teach KS3-KS4 music as well as all theory grades, all flute grades, all recorder grades and all piano grades. I teach from either my own home or I can come to your home. I am a friendly and professional teacher who prides myself in the success of my students. I have been a qualified high school teacher for nearly 13 years.
My teaching method is relaxed and focused especially on the individual in order to have fun whilst learning and improving
I am a Hong Kong-born flautist and pianist studying the Artist Diploma in Performance, the highest level of taught-postgraduate, at the Royal College of Music in London. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach flute, piano, recorder and music theory.
I teach music - both theory and performance. I am a Ph.D. in musicology with many tears experience in teaching from A level to college tutoring. But I have also performed jazz and classical music on three continents and know how to develop musicians in both technique and musicianship. Everything I teach is tailored to the needs and interests of the student.
I am a professional clarinettist, music tutor, workshop leader, and graduate from the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama with a BMus (Hons) – specialising in clarinet performance & woodwind tripling. For the last five years, I have taught: Clarinet, Flute & Saxophone to an advanced level, and Piano, Singing & Music Theory to an intermediate level.
An enthusiastic teacher and performer, I have completed a Master of Music degree at RWCMD and Bachelor of Music at University of Birmingham during which time I was also educated abroad at University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, U.S.A. My teaching philosophy involves equal focus on musical and technical elements of clarinet playing in lessons.
I take a student centred approach - it's all about you! The beauty of individual lessons is we can tailor the structure to help you achieve your own goals in a way that works for you. If you're working towards external exams, that's fine too - I will advise you on what you need to do to meet the requirements.
Enjoyment is key to quick progress, I adapt my teaching to each individual and focus on making practice and playing enjoyable. Music making is a process of enjoyment, application and reward, I cover all technique requirements.
I can teach to the ABRSM syllabus or if you are not interested in grades I am more than happy to tailor lessons to your individual requirements. My aim is for pupils to become inspired to develop as a musician through creative and engaging learning, and for students to get as much music in their lives as possible.
For beginners: Fundamental lessons in tempo, time signature alongwith introduction to raaga theory, rhythm cycles of India and traditional songs of North India. For advanced students: 1. Indian Notation System 2. Raaga analyses 3. Taals and odd time cycles (6.5, 7.
Holistic, safe and encouraging. Whatever and wherever I teach, I know how to get the best out of an individual and create a safe space for that to happen in. With industry experience, only quality teaching will happen.
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