If you are a beginner I can teach you how to hold and play the violin with the right posture. How to read notes and enjoy the first melody. If you like to improve your improvisation skills for e.g. for doing jams, I can give you some hints.
The kind of students my lessons are geared towards is those violin beginners. My lessons would be basic and easy to understand. First step is getting to know those notes and after that is the scales. Afterwards is some practice songs.
Cienna is a passionate and enthusiastic music teacher who aims to unlock the musical potential in all of her students, inspiring them to progress and achieve their goals. Her dedication to music extends into her lessons by using a blend of technical and musical tuition. I am very passionate about music and music teaching.
I am very patient when it comes to teaching music to students, I always take baby steps in order to make the student feel confident learning the instrument and have the clear mindset to learn and practice.
I have more than 8 years experience teaching violin and have helped hundreds of students getting more confident with their violin playing. My students are very diverse, of all ages and ethnicities. I have experience tutoring individuals as well as small groups and I have also lead school orchestras.
- I am using Suzuki method for beginners - Students generally start with this method, and along the way, different methods will be added to enhance the learning curve.
As every single student is different my lessons are carefully designed for each student´s interest , level or ability .Easy to follow and sistematic violin lessons with enphasis in on ear training ,sight reading , music theory, playing techniques, repertoire , etc.Violin learning enhances personal skills such as patience, creativity ,concentration , self -expression ,memorization, etc.
My number one focus for lessons on any instrument is to make them fun and to keep the student engaged while still learning and progressing. Why learn an instrument and dedicate your time to something that you don’t enjoy? Practice is the one key to success.
I approach my teaching with a method of each child is different. Music theory is covered in class but I do not make children learn to read music straight away- learning to play the violin is hard enough. I teach a large range of music based on what i believe will benefit the students and their own preference.
I teach individuals and groups of ten to learn pitch rhythm dynamics and composition for performance and exams through ANZCA Australian and New Zealand Cultural Arts. My teaching method is based on the Kodaly and Colour Code for beginners and advances to Suzuki concepts of technique enhanced with student's personal flare.
I believe reading and technique are important. If these areas are not neglected in the early stages students are better able to explore a range of styles and genres, including improvisation, in a self directing manner.
i start off my teaching with basic violin knowledge (assuming the student is a beginner) and teach basic opened stringed notes with drawings to visualize and help make it easier to understand for younger students and of course no first lesson is complete without learning how to play something simple and fun!
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.
My teaching technique has originated from Europe, which is where I have been taught. I specialise in all levels of playing from beginner to advanced. I am based on a 'russian/european' technique placing a great attention on note reading and perfecting technique as well as sound. For further details, you are welcome to contact me via email.
Keeping my students engaged and excited about the learning process and ensuring they catch the heart of creativity and joy in music making is important to me. I combine practical instrumental lessons with theory and technical elements to ensure a holistic musical education.
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.
Not just use the traditional method for teaching. Note reading only form the start will make student quickly boring of the instrument. Help student to build the own interesting and self study confidence will be my priority job . With the effectual practice, make the students enjoy to play the music and proud of what they doing.
The methodology that I use to teach, depends on how many people are going to be inside the room. If it is just one (what I recommend) I have to see if this person has some experience in music or if it is the first time. Also, if the person wants to learn just for fun, or if needs my help to do some audition, for school or orchestra.
Having learnt the violin for most of my life, I know how challenging (and rewarding) studying music can be. Sometimes you just need it explained differently or someone to show you, which is where I would like to help.
My teaching method changes depending on the student and their goals whilst also making it as fun as possible. Violin is such a diverse area of music that it is normal to have different goals that are not classically oriented.
Whether you're just starting out or have been playing for a while, learning the violin is an invaluable skill. I tailor lessons to students' individual goals and make sure that we strive wholeheartedly towards these aspirations whilst also managing to retain an atmosphere of fun.
Do, do, do! I think the best way to learn is to get in and do and make lots of mistakes.
30 minutes practical (technique, scales, grades, exams, school work) 30 minutes theory (to gain a firm foundation for sigh reading, knowledge, history etc.) Can discuss and alter this structure for individual needs.
My teaching methodology is to teach in the best traditions of classical lessons.
Pay attention to the musicianship and technique. Easily communicate and get along. Student-centered, responsible and patient. Be specific about problem solving in class and know about AMEB exam.
My aproach to teaching strings is to help by playing along and giving harder pieces throughout time. I am nice but strict. Kids do not like having heaps of stress layering on top and giving small bits time to time does get their learning to improve much faster than just forcing all the knowledge into them.
My teaching method is tailored to each individual student.
I follow the contemporary/traditional AMEB or the Suzuki approach depending on the student's needs. For advanced students, I incorporate Sevcik's bowing, fingering, shifting and rhythmic exercises. Every lesson also includes inspirational words for the benefit of the students' character-development, e.g. developing thankfulness as a daily constitution.
My teaching method is supportive of all students. I base my classes of any necessary needs the students will have. I approach a topic by asking questions to see what the students know and what needs developing to help them to succeed to the best of their ability.
I am a patient and determined teacher. I am versatile and flexible and happy to tailor lessons to the students needs.
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