I believe music should be fun and educational. I joke around to keep the mood light when the music gets difficult. Music is my passion and I enjoy having the privilege to share my years of knowledge in theory and performance with others.
I ensure that every student receives a fundamental foundation pertaining to the subject. While learning the basics, I advise that the student organizes their lessons and materials in a way that displays progress over time. With the proper knowledge, we can treat the heart of a subject with refinement in order to grasp its purpose and reason---whether its music or math.
Getting a sense of your experience and aspirations is helpful for me. This way I can encourage you to be inspired in what you wish to do on your musical journey. A typical lesson would include exercises, rhythm training, practicing chords and/or scales, and working on the current topic of interest.
I believe in a holistic learning environment that is based on the interests and goals of the individual. Having worked with full classes, small groups, and over 20 indivual students, I view teaching as a collaborative exercise, working with the individuals to create a unique an indidual plan that will create fantastic results.
I am Robert 'Skinny Bob' Barney. I teach several styles. Focus on technique, scales, chords, rhythm, and lead. Minor in classical guitar and use that for basis. Approach according to student's particular interest.
I always want to ask students what their goals are for learning an instrument. Whether that be learning new songs of music theory, I custom tailer lesson plans to ensure students will have a wide variety of abilities on their instrument.
Me gusta enseñar a niños y jóvenes dura te su tiempo libre, buscando una interacción más participativa entre ellos. Todo basado en un método teórico práctico en el que el estudiante es proposición a la hora de elegir que tema musical quiere aprender.
My teaching method varies from student to student, and can include varying amounts of music theory, performance theory, or just plain old learning song by song if that is what the student wishes. My goal is to inspire confidence and proficiency.
Hey there! My name is Steve and I am the Lead Guitarist for rock band Lifehouse, 50% of the creative force behind the band Lost Beach and a freelance Producer/Mixer/Mastering Engineer.
Whether your goal is to master an instrument or become a great songwriter, it's mostly about immersing yourself in the music you love, and lots of woodshedding. However, occasional coaching sessions to keep you going in the right directions can be extremely useful. That's what I offer.
My name is Taylor Acquisto and I am a Geophysics student at Texas A&M University. The rest of my classes are online, meaning I will have a flexible schedule without interruptions from school. I teach beginner to intermediate lessons, perfect for those looking to get into music at an early age.
My name is Chris and I've been playing music for most of my life. The best lesson that I've personally learned is that a musician is never done learning. Once you start believing that you know everything there is to know about your instrument then you've stopped growing musically.
I'm a completely self-taught guitar player. I am very laid back and easy going. I enjoy teaching beginners and less advanced players. I love playing music more than anything and love to share that experience and feeling with anyone who wants to have it. Starting with the basics and moving on from there depending on what style or kind of music/guitar playing that each student enjoys.
I have studied bass privately throughout middle and high school and now continue to do so as an undergraduate at the Frost School of Music. Throughout high school I was not only playing professionally, but also giving bass lessons to beginning and intermediate level players.
My name is Michael Bravos, Guitar Player and Music Producer. I would like to share with you my knowledge and love for music. I can teach Modern Music theory through the use of the guitar to guitar players, or through the theoretical way for other instrumentalists.
You only need minimum practice per day. Your mentor has worked with top players. Play practically any song using clear and easy fundamentals.
All lessons are incredibly flexible and are tailored to each individual student's needs, abilities, and goals as much as possible. I do my best to adjust each lesson to the student’s personal growing rate and try to consistently evaluate and adjust to what learning styles work best.
I'm happy to teach lessons to students of all kinds, though generally I have had more experience with beginners. The way I approach teaching is to let the student guide the process. I inquire about what they wish to learn, and we map out a path to get there using my knowledge and expertise along with input from the student.
I am a Professional level Bassist and Vocalist with a Masters Degree in Conducting. I enjoy being able to teach many instruments on a beginning to intermediate skill level. My most effective techniques have been to cater to students abilities and interests.
I’ve been playing music for over 16 years. I have experience in song writing, recording, and live performances. I’m adaptable and can teach at any pace. The key is making sure you have fun and don’t get overwhelmed or give up if it gets frustrating.
I started music by taking private violin lessons as well as classes in the 4th grade. I was active in church and school choirs for many years and played percussion in my Jr high school band. At the age of 15 I picked up guitar and within 8 months I had my first paying gig.
I graduated from Liberty University in 2016 with a Bachelor of Music degree in Jazz Studies and I am currently a Graduate student in Music Education. My Music theory lessons focus on the level of the student and meeting their needs for study. My instrument lessons focus on the development of reading music, improvisational techniques, and listening.
I teach all skill levels and ages, so my approach to each student is very structured but tailored to the students skill level and individual interests. I have written two guitar method books "(Foundations for Guitar" and "Expanded Blues Guitar") and I publish a weekly video lesson blog via YouTube and my own website MarkWein.com.
Practicing is the key and theory knowing how to read music is the key To learn
Since 2014, I have worked as a private guitar teacher, providing guitar lessons to students of all ages and abilities.
Teaching Methodology? Now I need a nap just for typing methodology. I want it to be fun. If you're not having fun, then why are you doing it? I'm fast. I'm funny. You laugh. You learn. Sign on the star kid, and I'll make you a dotted line.
I teach all skill levels, and I cover a broad scope of disciplines, depending on the skill level of the student, from technique intensive guitar-specific things (basic technique to specialized, i.e. arpeggios, fingerstyle) to music theory application, songwriting/composition aid, improvisation, reading etc.
Students of mine have been as young as 4 to as old as 55. I believe each student requires a different approach to learning and I dedicate a lot of time to figuring out what works for and inspires each student. Alongside that I believe it’s very important to build a positive relationship with my students and be somewhat of a mentor to them, especially as students get older.
My method is to understand what the student wants to learn or if they are not yet certain, try and work with different styles to build interest. Once I establish that the idea to build on theory, techniques, sight reading and listening skills based on where the student's interest lies.
My lessons are completely student focused. I will teach you whatever it is you want to learn on the guitar, and I will also teach you the "why" of certain techniques you are learning. At the first lesson I will evaluate your goals and make a game plan to get you there. Over the first few lessons, I will observe your learning style, and adjust my teaching style to match.
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