Music lessons should always be fun but productive! I believe that once students get a sense of achievement through music the possibilities for them are endless!
I usually teach beginners basic foundations through different exercises, whilst always trying to incorporate a piece of music as well. I feel ABRSM are a good way to set goals and they are helpful in developing a student's overall skill. Also, I like to concentrate on enabling the student to be able to develop their technique so they always feel very comfortable with the instrument and they can ultimately play whatever they please!
I think the general consensus from my experience in teaching is that the student must have fun to be able to be productive and also be productive to have fun!
Royal Academy of Music Junior Department
The Purcell School of Music
The Royal College of Music (Degree)
Taught at Tri-borough Music Hub, The master Music school, Fireworks music school, St. paul`s cathedral school.
Currently teaching at London Music Centre.
Grade 8 Distinction (awarded Ralph Basset Award for the highest mark in the county, after 2 years from starting violin).
All my students have received distinctions so far in their grade exams.
Daniel Jung started the violin at the age of 11 and within two years achieved grade 8 distinction, notably being awarded the Ralph Basset award for achieving the highest mark within the region. At the age of 14, he won the ‘Grand Prix’ prize at the Northfield festival for music and speech for two consecutive years. He began his studies at the age of 15 in the Royal Academy of Music Junior Department with Nina Martin on a full scholarship. Here, Daniel was given opportunities to perform as a soloist with orchestra. Whilst under the direction of Nina Martin, Daniel became a finalist of the RAMJD violin competition. A year later, Daniel joined the Purcell School of Music on a full scholarship. He studied with Camel Kaine, Uwe-Martin Haiberg and Berent Korfker, before studying with Lutsia Ibragimova.
Notably, Daniel has performed in St. Paul’s Cathedral, St Martin in the Fields, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Birmingham Symphony Hall, Birmingham town hall, St Martin in the fields, The Purcell room and many more. Daniel regularly participates in performing them in communities and has taken part touring Brighton and Northern Ireland, performing several concerts.
Daniel taught at the Tri-borough music hub, the master music school and Fireworks music school and has taught at St. Paul's School London. He is currently teaching for London Music school.
He has studied under Lutsia Ibragimova at the Royal College of Music, whilst supported by the Benslow instrument loan scheme.
Since graduation, Daniel is a violinist for Southbank Sinfonia 2020 and is supported by the Maggini Stiftung in Switzerland.
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