If you’re starting out or returning to an instrument I can help you get off to a flying start! I offer beginner, intermediate and refresher lessons for ukulele, and beginner lessons for guitar. You can take lessons at my place or, if you live in my area, in the comfort of your own home. For those who live a bit further away, we can have an online session using Skype or FaceTime.
I teach an engaging song based method, which is customised to you. Teaching you how to play a song you love as soon as possible helps with your confidence and is overall more enjoyable. I can teach a range of songs and styles which help you with the correct technique, building a foundation of songs while introducing helpful theory. I can also teach you through AMEB studies.
Hi there! :) I am Wyandrhine and I am an 18 year old high school graduate from Northpine Christian College. I believe my music education in and outside of school, practical experiences, self-learning, and my enthusiastic and outgoing personality would make me your great tutor.
I teach what you want to learn because it's called "playing" guitar, not "working" guitar. A few simple chords to impress the girl next door? Sure thing. Breaking down a complicated Ben Howard melody? Totally. Creating your own version of a Tom Petty masterpiece? Absolutely.
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.
My teaching method entwines creativity, theory, performance and musical enjoyment.
I cover general knowledge about how to approach which direction/discipline you would like to specialize in. From which instrument to choose/buy to practice routines 'what not to do' and applied knowledge of notation, chord formulas, chord progressions and how to set up for long term goals.
My Teaching curriculum is based off of the Hal Leonard essential elements and method series textbooks, with a focus on skill enhancement, Musicality, Musicianship and Score Analysis. Every Guitarist should know how to read music. It provides a more concrete foundation for your musical creativity. I will help you read music...
My teaching method is very hands on and practical. I will teach you the theory, but also I’ll get you playing actual music as soon as possible. While theory and scale practise is important, I find the most motivating element is to start playing songs and tunes as soon as you can, I endeavour to help you with that.
My teaching method is fun and easy. I began learning fingerpicking very early and believe it has given me a wider range of skills. I will do the same for my students. I will include electric and acoustic teaching to give students a greater idea of what is to be a guitarist, whats easier, what is the correct technique so they can gain good habits early on.
The best way to learn is under the Guidance of a good teacher, unfortunately, there aren’t many out there. I have Found this out with experience and ended up having to single out certain methods from a number of different teachers. Again, i found the best teacher for an aspiring musician is in the form of listening and learning from music itself.
My teaching method is to teach the basics and help students remember chords in their muscle memory through simple songs.
I am very passionate about music of all genres (contemporary, rock, funk, etc.) I have taught music theory, practical knowledge, basic skills and song-writing. And from the experience of teaching these years, I think I am a good teacher who can make students feel comfortable and safe, and I love to encourage them so often times my students all progress A LOT within just in a few months.
My teaching methodology is to get my students learning songs as quickly as possible, but without neglecting basic theory and technique. Lessons will involve structured learning, with a hands on demonstrated approach with an engaging teaching method. I believe that a passion for the instrument must be maintained through the learning process.
I approach teaching the guitar in an easy no nonsense way providing you with all the basics you will need to begin playing songs.
I like to focus on practical methods over theory but I still mix the two to provide a solid foundation of knowledge and skill. I believe that focusing on practical methods over theory in the beginning ensures my students stay interested and motivated to learn their instrument.
Musical futures pedagogy, composition at first lesson, note Reading , incorporating technologies in a Mac environment. Examinations and audition preparation.
Im a patient tutor. Ive taught a lot of those who wants to learn music. I adjust the speed of learning depending on the students' pace.
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.
I mould my lessons depending on age, how my student interacts with their instrument, musical interests and commitment to practise. I believe that every student has a type of music they can identify with so I look to harness that passion and use it to develop their skills.
All my student are able to play part of a song after the first lesson, I find songs that they like and will focus on playing that as soon as possible.
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.
My teaching method is based on the student - how fast they can learn, how easily they pick it up. I've taught kids with down syndrome to simply my friends wanting to learn a few notes. I am simply just a Uni student, looking to give some lessons on the side, and share my knowledge and love for music.
I am a private music teacher using the AMEB (Australian Music Examinations Board) framework. I encourage both playing by ear and sight-reading. My lessons are student performance based using repertoire that is engaging and relevant to the student, young or not so young.
If you are interested in learning ukulele and sing along, I’m here to guide you no matter what song you want to play!
The student always comes first. I understand each individual may have different learning scopes and can cater well with my flexible teaching skills. As a patient and supportive tutor I aim to make the student feel good about their progression in learning. Based on the curriculum and understanding of the students knowledge I like to cater to working on their weakest points.
Let me know what it is you want to learn and I'll show you how. If you are not sure I'll show you what I know and how I learned it. I teach all levels from beginning to intermediate advance.
My teaching method is based on YOU. The first two classes will take you over the basics, and over the course of those classes, I will estimate what kind of a teacher I should be for the most effective learning learning session.
I teach in a very simplistic way where my student understands every single step am teaching them. I also provide my very own experience and advice which might make the student feel more connected. I provide resources on what I teach so student and remember what I taught after we are done with the lesson.
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.
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