My teaching approach always considers the specific needs and experience of the student. From the basics in music theory and composition to more advanced subjects, I'll always make sure learning is structured and paced appropriately. You'll learn many of the theoretical aspects of theory/composition as well as growing your own unique approach to learning about and writing music.
My teaching develops and nurtures basic music skills and artistic practices needed (on any instrument) to create original music. This can be explored either as an individual or as part of an ensemble.
The Music Theory lessons I conduct are very flexible in regards to what each student wants to learn or needs based on the theory they are learning in school or other music classes. I am able to take them through the Music Theory course that AMEB offers, or even construct my own music theory lessons and course based on the interests of the student.
I believe in helping my students find their own unique voice. In the lesson we will work on exercises to strengthen your voice and boost your confidence as a performer, and apply these exercises practically as we work through a variety of songs of your choosing (with guidance from me). We will sing along with a recording, a cappella and with guitar accompaniment.
I approach each student by assessing their learning style (visual, aesthetic etc). We have set tasks in place and goals to reach as to build our repertoire and knowledge. In understanding why we do what we do, we can then develop our skill sets more effectively.
I usually tutor 1 on 1 but also offer group sessions to make it more affordable and easier for some students. I focus on what the students is currently learning in class and help build ideas and explain concepts the student may struggle with.
CLASSES FOR FUN: Want to learn how to write a rock song? Pop lyrics? Tripping over getting a catchy melody? Let's have some fun and get creating together! IN DEPTH CLASSES: If you are a serious musician wanting answers! I like to comprehensively go into the whys, hows and ways in which music can be understood.
My teaching method is face to face. I like to use paper, theory, and techniques that suit the individual. I am a very flexible person and want to make you feel comfortable in the teaching environment. I love singing at the beach, in open outdoor spaces and in professional recording studios.
I have always believed that finding the students best learning method is the best teaching method. So, I would start the tutoring using base lessons to figure out what their knowledge on the subject is and how they respond to certain teaching styles. I would then cater to the needs of the student(s).
I tailor my teaching style to each student based on their learning needs and wants. I will provide assistance and clarification on anything but my aim is to guide students to become independent learners. I am open and friendly, and I firmly believe in building confidence in my students' abilities so that they can go on to be successful in their endeavours.
Classes can have a duration of 30-60 minutes or longer, depending on the student’s needs. I like to mix lessons using four hand pieces from early levels, introducing different styles of music and incorporating theory, technical and sight-reading exercises for a more enjoyable lesson. I delight in restoring a passion for music to the learner.
I plan to teach music theory beginners and to provide them with the knowledge needed to succeed as musicians at a pre-tertiary level, although I am willing to teach all ages regardless of study or schooling. I teach directly and address all difficulties at the root of the problem. All students learn differently, so I aim to teach every individual in a way that works best for them.
I am a teacher who approaches each student differently depending on their goals and requirements. I prefer an environment where the student has a clear idea of what they want to gain out of the lessons so that I can directly address the areas of music theory that they may struggle with.
From the beginning you'll learn how to hold the instrument safely & effectively, to play notes and chords and scales. Then how to read music & play it, understand it & how to make it achievable & enjoyable ! If you are more advanced, you can learn tunes from recordings and from the page. I'll help you arrange & record your music & songs. or Prepare you for Music Examinations & Performing.
Having had many teachers and tutors over the years I experienced many different styles and methods of learning. The best method and one I have taken into my own teaching is the emphasis on getting the student comfortable and excited to express themselves musically. I aim to get my students playing and exploring their creativity on the instrument in a fun and structured program.
My teaching method is casual, informal and friendly. I have found in my experience that when it comes to out of school teaching environments, the less like "school" it is the better people of all ages respond. I like to work backwards from goals and formulate lesson plans based on what my students would like to achieve.
My teaching method is taught by using phrases that are easy to remember, e.g. " Every Good Boy Deserves Fruit" My lessons are directed to younger students however I am happy to teach older students who are ready to learn. Lessons will be based on what the student would like to learn, whether it be to record & edit music, learn to sight read, basic musicology or to play the bass guitar.
My classes are based in all the experience I have gathered as a music teacher since I started playing guitar when I was young. My goal every single lesson is to ensure the current topic is understood perfectly. Music is all about practise, and it will be practise every single lesson.
I will quickly establish how it is that you learn and tailor the lessons to you. I will also advise extra homework for you to complete in your own time if you want to practise more.
My teaching method is entirely dependent on the individual - i.e. what he/she wants to learn, has questions about, doesn't understand, etc. My philosophy of music is a bit like a target - a ring of concentric circles. We start where you're at and push as far out as we can. It's all connected, but I teach in stages, so as to equip the individual at each stage, not only at the end.
I believe that each student learns differently.
I begin by asking for experience, and continue from there. I mainly use theory books and guide through examples and practice tests (later on of course). I can also provide help through aural and sight reading skills, as well as composition.
Relevance to students needs/wants is the key to successful learning. I also employ strategies such as informal learning and non formal teaching, where students gain responsibility through self empowerment. Diagnostic/ reflective learning, building rapport with students, modifying curriculum/lessons as appropriate.
I teach based on practicality and musicality. I encourage my students to develop their ears. Knowing about frequencies, scales, chord tones, microphones and any other subject of music theory or production will be useless unless you know how to apply them in a musical context.
I make my lessons fun and engaging so that the students also have music as their passion.
I am a firm believer that everyone is inherently musical, and I will strive to help you release any mental and energetic blocks that are holding you back from your full expression. My lessons are tailored to accommodate for your individual needs.
My methodology is European/Italian/Neapolitan. My piano school belongs to the Thalberg piano approach. The piano lesson, suitable for leisure or profession, goes for half an hour. My composition school is European based, focused on analysis of J.S.Bach's works. The composition lesson will be based on students' needs.
I curate lessons for individuals because everyone has a different way of learning and growing. And follow up with them on their growth. I wanna share my knowledge with as many as people possible.
Hi! My name is Ashleigh and I am a bright and bubbly musician looking to help other musicians learn more about their voices. I have learnt to play many instruments by both tutored and self-taught methods. I am never not singing and love to sing with others.
I use Thompson’s Easiest Piano Course to teach piano beginners, and I am following th ABRSM system to give music theory beginners lessons.
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