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.
I try to ensure that my students are happy while learning. This makes the learning environment easier to be in and encourages learning outside of lessons. I believe it is vital that the student understands what they are learning in tutoring sessions and do not believe in doing their assignments for them.
I offer private tutoring as well as small session tutoring for band camps / workshops. I am able to teach AMEB content if you / your child wishes to sit exams. I teach half-hour lessons and understand that each student is unique and will have their own way of learning.
I focus mainly on ear training, bass line construction, sight reading, technique, how to interact with the rest of the band, and keeping time while having fun at the same time :) my goal is to help the students become proficient and versatile bass players, and help them unlock their full potential
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.
I like to tailor my teaching method to each learner.
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 teaching method, it depend to the group of students that i am going to teach, and according to their vision, some they want to learn music for fun , other for professional and other for exam preparation like ABRSM exam, so i teach them according to their vision ' like those who are preparing ABRSM exam i teach them According to ABRSM Sylabus, those for fun i prepare for them a package of...
My teaching philosphy is to teach is a way that is methodical and effective. My lessons are also very flexible, meaning that you can bring in any piece and we can work on it, or I will assign pieces weekly.
I hope to create a spark in beginner guitarists that I once felt myself. I will base my lessons on the type of music my students prefer, while also providing base level skills that are required to progress further into the music world. I believe that practice and passion will follow after enjoyment has begun.
I believe that motivating and inspiring 21st Century music students requires a different approach, because we have to support their many passions. According to Suzuki, every child has the potential to become well educated and every child can learn to play an instrument in the same way in which they learned a language.
I have been giving music and singing lessons in-school and privately for 8 years. Whilst I am primarily a classical singer, I can teach a good, solid foundational technique for all style of singing. Whatever your goals are, I'd love to help you achieve them. I can also assist with music theory, musicianship, school music assignments and essays, and children's music lessons.
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.
You tell me what song you want to learn and I will prepare for the lesson.
I teach what the student needs according to the type of music and the level the student presents to me. I can teach basic pop for startes all the way to advanced concepts in Jazz such as the Bebop Approach, Scales and how to build and perform great Solos and understanding Jazz Harmony.
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.
I believe that it is important for students to have a well-rounded music education that encompasses aural, theory and practical skills. I also aim to make music a fun and enjoyable experience that brings people together and cultivates a positive musical community.
I will teach people by example and also use internet to assist, I am a mature guy with good knowledge for those with an interest to learn how to play for enjoyment and play songs using chords and notes
Having been blessed to have been taught great teachers in both the classical and jazz genres I have been exposed to differing teaching styles and have looked to assimilate them into my own unique method. At Trinity college I learnt from the Head of Music Dr. Robert Braham throughout my ATAR years who had great emphasis on score analysis (theory) and aural development for students.
The most important thing for me is that the student ENJOYS playing and making music.
Every student is different, and whether your studying theory or voice truth is it can be difficult, I have a fun approach to teaching theory, that normally has students in stitches, my main aim is that you don't see vocal activities or theory as a bore, I want to help you love your craft!
I base my classes on developing musical skills needed with a focus on the style the student is most interested in. Each lesson consists of - Rhythm skills on selected instrument (Developing strumming hand technique and rhythm accuracy) Scale Patterns Chord Patterns Learning a simple song that the student relates to.
My teaching methodology is adapted specifically to the different needs & learning styles of individual students - everyone learns & processes things differently! This forms the core aspect of my approach, and this tailored methodology accelerates and expands the developmental potential of each individual.
I have teaching methods designed for beginner to intermediate students of all ages. I believe anyone can learn to love music and I am happy to bring this passion to any age or ability level. I teach with a range of techniques and methods, for younger students using colours to represent notes and fun activities to remember what they have learnt.
My teaching method is in the initial lessons get the child playing to a level that they can have some fun and then begin working on the more intricate parts of drumming eg music reading, rudiments, syncopation etc. In the early stages I use words such as 'apple' to describe a rudiment with two notes 'a,' 'pple' becomes Left, Right for example.
I base my teaching and tutoring on the individual needs of the student. I like to use a variety of teaching styles and methodologies including visual, experimental, logical, and practical (hands on). I will tailor my lessons to fit what you want to learn. I have some experience teaching students who rate mildly on the autism spectrum, have OCD, ADHD, and Asperger’s syndrome.
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.
my method depends on what they would like to learn, if they would see themselves making a career out of it or a hobby. the lesson structure will depend on what level they are at and what exactly they would like to achieve.
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