You pick which songs you want to learn I will create a teaching style suitable to you This will include, exercises, scales, riffs/licks to improve technique and improve your musical ear We will learn FULL songs and create a repertoire of musical pieces to perform and learn to create your own music.
Qualified, experienced and passionate musician and teacher. Master of music, Bachelor Berklee college. All aspects of guitar & music theory including songwriting. My teaching methodology focuses on making sure that each learning exchange is catered to the learning style of the pupil.
My teaching method is always focussed on the needs of the student. It's my job to find out what you would like to learn and how to best help you achieve your musical goals. Whether that simply be learning a few of your favourite songs or delving deep into musical theory and the technical aspects of the instrument.
Themis is passionate about teaching students who are serious about studying guitar/music at an advanced level of understanding. He focuses on students who are pursuing music as a career.
I will base all lessons around learning and analyzing a certain song (chosen by the student) and then proceed to explain and help them understand the theory behind the structure of the song and why it is put together the way it is. I'll then help them write their own song in a similar style to the one we just learnt.
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Learning to play a musical instrument at an early age can enhance many aspects of a child's life. The disciplined structured practice in music strengthens various brain functions and allows a child to apply those strengths to academic, social and emotional activities.
My teaching method is firstly to find out what the learner is interested in style wise. Second is determining what level they are at. Thirdly is devising a plan that covers techniques and songs with a harder song being the eventual goal. After reaching that goal, we will set harder goals and I will provide guidance to reach them.
I teach according to each student's needs and learning style. I believe that music and the guitar can be taught holistically and measurably, with practical methods and simple guidelines. Every student has the ability to be successful at music.
Patience and understanding in the face of struggling and confusion. Teaching is another word for guidance which I have prevailed upon every student I have ever encountered from the illiterate grade 3 classroom to the independent intellectual professor. We come to realize we know less and less as we get older and older with there being so much more to learn out there in the world.
I began playing at 14. After completing High school I completed a Bmus from The Australian of music. My aim is to cater to each student individually. I tailor the lessons to meet with the students desired goals whether it be learning songs, songwriting, improvising, compositional techniques and more.
I like to keep lessons interesting and targeted to the students musical tastes and abilities. Playing guitar should be fun and rewarding so it is important to see things through the students eyes and not just what a teacher thinks is appropriate for every student.
My teaching is both practical and theoretical, with an emphasis on improving technique, aural skills, repertoire and exposure to modern musical approaches. Lessons are either in person or online and tailored to the individual. Music is the real teacher, but I aim to guide, inspire and clarify.
My method of teaching is to find out what the student wants and there ability, then to coach them to their goals offering my advice as we grow.
my teachings methods are i try to have as much fun as possible while keeping it very hands on, more playing the guitar than trying to explain how it all works! i like to give students the right playing habits and fundamentals to put them in the right path of being a great player by learning the correct techniques in a particular order.
Patience, explanation, direction, patience, the learning experience is in the hands and mind of the learner so the patience part is most important as you can probably tell, I drift through explanation and description and can expand on specifics on question
I cater my teaching method to the students’ interests and their ability. I focus on teaching interactive and engaging music that stimulates independent learning, and develops industry skills.
All the information provided to the student is what they would use in a real stage/studio situation. That includes the guitar technique, music theory, repertoire according to student’s tendencies, breathing, relaxing, pschological frame of mind, relationship with the band members and the audience.
I initially learned music through method books supplied by the teacher, which I hated because I couldn't see the point, and when I got a guitar teacher that taught me how to play songs that I liked and paired it with music theory I loved it and that's what I have been doing ever since - for myself and for my students.
My approach to teaching is using interest and play based learning, in conjunction with basics and fundamentals. Using passion to drive the learning experience, to have positive reinforcement and achieve best results. Individualizing a program based on each students needs and customizing the lessons.
My teaching method revolves around using Orff and Kodaly methods of music pedagogy. During lessons, we will focus on technique and musical awareness. In turn this will give you the ability to learn music that you enjoy at your own pace.
I love teaching students who are committed to practice and improving their current skills on the instrument. My approach towards lessons and teaching is more relaxed and encouraging to create a welcoming space for students although discipline is very important.
My teaching method is asses where the student is at and supply what is needed. With long hours behind me it is easy for me to see what mistakes are holding a player back so I can prescribe material to satisfy their need.
I like a practical but also theoretical approach to learning guitar. I find it important to have the physical skills and basic fingering down first, then build some musical theory and reading knowledge so as to create a base for later improvement. I find listening an essential part of learning music as well and find it is important for the student to learn through their ears.
I take a pragmatic and step by step approach to learning. My teaching style is based on the needs of the student and lessons are tailored to each student's individual needs and requirements, regardless of age. I have experience teaching students of all ages, young and old and I am able to adapt my teaching and communication style to suit.
I give practical knowledge that you can always use in your music career. You will learn how to play your favourite songs on guitar, how to make up guitar solos on the spot, and some music theory.
My method is to start with a simple theme, either a rhythm, a chord, a scale and expand it into an original piece of music. Teach students how they can apply these tools to learn & master the guitar. The key is to create achievable goals and focus on these with each lesson.
I have had students of all ages and levels Graduate students to preschool. I normally talk to the students to understand what they really want to get out of lessons talk about the history of music and offend listen to music each lesson.
Not every music student has the same needs. You need a method that has been proven to work over and over again, but you need a professional to identify exactly which method is going to give you the results you are looking for, as fast as possible, so you remain motivated and confident.
I'm a multi-instrumentalist, who also play's piano, upright bass, bass, and a little ukulele.
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