After working through ABRSM textbooks and past papers with my students, I get them to practice what they've learned over and over - in my opinion, the best way to learn music theory. Methods such as quizzes, study cards and even play dough (for my younger students) are often used in my classes!
I am a student and will be starting university in September. I have enjoyed giving private lessons in music theory for over a year. I have my ABRSM Grade 5 theory and Grade 7 practical in violin. Due to my past experience, I have grown to understand the best methods of teaching music theory and have built strong teaching relationships with the children I have taught so far.
The rate of my lessons may have to change if a student lives very far away or the Grade they require teaching is a lot higher than that of my other students. However, please contact me if you have any questions as this may not always be the case.
National 5 qualifications:
English-results in August
Biology-results in August
Chemistry-results in August
I have sat all my ABRSM practical exams from Grade 1 - Grade 7 excluding Grade 6, and achieved a merit in my most recent exam. I have also therefore passed my Grade 5 music theory.
I have been playing the violin since I was 3 years old, showing my love for music. I won the Violin Solos A class in the Glasgow Music Festival several years ago.
I was a member of the National Youth Orchestra of Scotland for 6 years, the West of Scotland Schools Symphony Orchestra for 4 years and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra Junior Chorus for 10 years.
I have taught 5 children continuously for the past year. Their level varies from Grades 1-3.
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