I have also studied psychology which has helped to broaden not only my understanding of students but also to be eclectic. I am proud to have a Russian school from my idol, Slava Rostropovich, but I am aware of other approaches depending on the goals and needs of each student.
Born and raised in South Korea, I began my musical education with violin at age five and then with viola at ten. I went to Yewon Arts Middle School and Seoul Arts High School with viola. I won the Music Journal Competition and held my winner recital in Seoul, South Korea at age sixteen.
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.
I have been playing the cello for 17 years and originally intended to study in college until I found my true passion, which lies in medicine.
I have a unique approach to cello technique. I have studied both in NYC and Philadelphia. I love working with motivated students at any level of playing. I am living in Cape May Court House for now and would be available for a lesson if you are interested. We could schedule a lesson in the evening. I charge 50 for an hour.
My classes are usually based around the skill level of the player, and usually works with books such as the Suzuki cello books, Dotzhauer's etude work, and Klengel's scale book. I also encourage students to learn the music that they hear everyday on the cello to boost their motivation to play the instrument.
My teaching technique draws largely from the work of Jerzy Grotowski, where we focus on freeing muscles of the body and breathing exercises before we play or sing. I believe that if we can free the body we can then, and only then reach the maximum potential as a player or singer.
I teach from a correct technique perspective and emphasis correct form as a primary building block. Music theory is a big part of my curriculum as well and studying music history is also encouraged.
My teaching methods are based on Kodaly theory that music should be enjoyable. I want all my students to become the best musician they can be. Everyone learns different, so I strive to teach with multiple methods to best suit the student.
I teach all levels and all styles. lessons will be 30-45 minutes weekly, i will to the best of my abilities make sure you grow as a musician. come to me if you are seeking to boost your expression.
I would like a chance to meet with students and see what their individual needs are before formulating a plan to allow them to improve. I encourage students to join a group, such as an orchestra or band, that will allow them to develop their skills as a musician and with other people.
•I gave children postive reinforcement. •Planned curriculum, organized activities, communicated with parents and stuff. •regarding children's growth and development. •Music and thinking skills. •music and language.
I use the Suzuki approach, although I find the method when taken literally has many flaws that inhibit students learning and early musical growth. Because of that, I integrate many pedagogical methods into my teaching and coaching to allow students a more well-rounded knowledge of the instrument. (Although our lessons will springboard off of the popular Suzuki method books.
My method of teaching revolves around my student's goals for themselves. I can teach classical but other genres as well.
My teaching method is to work at a pace that allows the student to work at a pace suitable for them but it still be affective
I teach based on what the skill level of the student is, and I go from mastering scales to concertos and and some musical theory
My teaching is custom-fit to each student! Every student is different, so my approach is to assess what an particular learner needs, determine the way in which the student will best absorb new musical information, and proceed from there.
I am a student as much as I am a teacher. I strive to ensure that my students will have a rewarding musical hobby, or an excellent lead into the professional music world. I always start by measuring ability and provide real classical pieces to improve technique and individual style.
I base my teaching in whatever the student needs the most, but usually it will be the Suzuki method for cello
I teach ages from 7 to 70. I have taught private lessons in my home studio since 2002. I often have a student request a song they would like to learn and I will notate it free of charge for them. That way they are playing music that they have selected. Students will practice more if they like the music they are playing.
Able to teach up to 12th grade. I will focus on the foundations of playing the instrument, based on student's current ability, before applying it to music that the student may have in class. Must have an instrument already. Based on background of the student, I will build a repertoire to help strengthen any weak spots, such as bow alignment or dynamics.
I have a Master of Music degree from The University of Tennessee in Piano Pedagogy (the art of teaching). I am also a cellist and play in several orchestras. I choose materials for each student based on their musical background and desires. I use various method books including Faber and Faber, Alfred, and Suzuki.
Hello, I am 16 years old and I live in Plano. I am a concert cellist student with advanced skills, 1st chair. I have made 'All Regions' and have aspirations for Julliard. I provide lessons to 1st and 2nd year Cello children students who are in elementary or middle school who are beginners and love playing the cello.
Classically trained violist/violinist - studied under Jeff Fox, Tonya Ford, Diane Berger, Donna Cain Oklahoma City University Principal Violist 2002-2004, including for the China Tour of 2004 Performed with Oklahoma City University Symphony Orchestra, Oklahoma City University Opera and Music Theater, University of Central Oklahoma Symphony Orchestra
I am a musician and composer from Honduras, I started learning music since I was 7 years old and I started teaching music when I was 18 years old. I came to America to get my undergraduate degree and have continued working in the music industry ever since, arranging and performing songs and music not only in my educational institution but also several local orchestras and around the world.
I am first and foremost a teacher of theory. A lesson in music theory may come from study in a textbook, or it may come from performance. Consequently, in private performance lessons, I embrace theory-informed interpretations of music, and I encourage students to foster their own interpretations as such.
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Bring your own music or learn from my collection of pieces. I can help a variety of students, from children just learning music, to adults interested in learning or relearning violin, or any school-aged student (up to high school) who needs additional help with their orchestral pieces.
In my teaching, I focus on developing strong technical foundation, which is crucial to develop at a very early stage for a future success, and nurturing students’ creativity and natural musical talents.
Bachelors of Music in Music Education. Diploma in Performance (Berklee College of Music) - Summa Cum Laude Master of music in Contemporary Performance (Global Jazz Concentration) - Summa Cum Laude I have been teaching for about 10 years, internationally offering workshop, clinics and individual lessons.
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