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 took guitar lessons for 4 years when I was younger and haven't stopped playing since! I have been playing the guitar for 9 years and counting! I can show you how to read and write your own guitar tabs; I can help you learn a song; or just simply show you how to hold the guitar right and look cool while doing it!
I can give lessons to students of all ages and experience levels. My approach is mostly focused on the students on personal music interests and where they would like to go as a player as opposed to just learning from a book.
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've been playing guitar for about 6 years now I'm about to be twenty years old and I'd love to share the knowledge I learned over the years to less experienced guitarist to help them reach their musical dreams as I chase my own
I have Master and Bachelor degrees in Music. I'm very patient and am committed to the student's goals. Even though we're working hard, we should be having fun. If you're a beginner or a hobbyist, I've got a lesson plan for you. If your goal is to be a professional musician, composer/writer. or performer. I've got a plan for you as well. I customize YOUR lessons to YOUR needs and learning style.
I first learned to play instruments by playing along to my favorite songs. I believe it is the best way to keep yourself inspired, get over the learning hump and it's a great way to learn many different styles of playing music.
My teaching method consists of leading by example as well as relating towards player experience.
My teaching methodology is different for each student. After asking them questions and looking at their personal goals, I then create a lesson plan to fit their specific needs. I work one-on-one, and never give up. If the original lesson plan or explanation is not working, I change the method until the student achieves their goal of understanding the subject we set out to conquer.
I love the guitar and music in general. I try to help my students do the same by introducing them to the basics of the instrument while at the same time showing them fun ways to use those basics as fast as possible. I try not to focus to much on mundane technique instruction and instead try to teach what is required by making it practical and useful to the student at the level they are at.
I approach each student's curriculum differently and tailor the material to what the interests of the student are. Fundamentals will always be addressed and incorporated to give the student a strong foundation for creative and imaginative thinking.
I'm Mike Ellis. I teach all levels. Note reading is not required. BEGINNERS: After getting to know the student some, I get into the parts of the guitar and how strings make different notes in different frets. He shows them the way to hold the guitar and how to press strings against the fretboard.
I go to the student's place most of the time, try to match with the students desires and hobbies. My approach is simple methodology, always bringing fun, and never pushing too hard in the theory, unless hardly required by the student or parents.
Music needs to be fun at its very core. It is important to get started correctly, but ultimately it's all about the songs and entertaining people. I share my background as a gigging musician to students to the performance level.
My teaching method begins with basic chords and rhythm, moving into scales and sight reading later on. We will then work through different genres and styles of music in order to further the student's understanding of the differences between these styles.
I like to get to know my students. Find out there goals there musical influences etc. Then depending on there knowledge depends on what i will show them first.
I like to see my students develop a passion for music. I know many people want to get better at music but has absolutely no idea where to start. I specialize in teaching you how to be good enough to eventually start teaching yourself how to play the guitar. I am able to teach all genre of music.
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.
I approach the lesson according to the style the student wants to learn. We also do theory, single notation, chords and popular and classic songs. In one hour we will discuss the song we want to learn, we do some exercises for warming up and then we work in the new material.
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 start by asking what the students goals are then approach our time together to best prepare them to achieve that goal and grow beyond it. I strive to be both encouraging and challenging believing that any student can grow past what they think themselves capable of.
My teaching method is completely student-centered. I teach each individual student what and how they would like to play. I use my various knowledge and experience of music and formulate a lesson plan that suits the student's particular goals, learning style, and personality.
I have taught privately and through music schools for several years and have taught students of all ages and levels. I believe that everyone is capable of learning at least the basics of music to accomplish what they want from musical instruction.
Through my experiences teaching music, I have encountered many different methods of pedagogy. I have tried many of these to aid in my musical instruction and from them I have derived principles that I use in my teaching today. My own method involves three ultimate goals that I want my students to achieve from their instruction.
I create a custom plan, curriculum based on each individual students goals. I work hard to get you to your goal as quickly as possible. I customize each lesson for each student, I am easy going, fun to work with and know what I am talking about.
My teaching method is based on using technology as a resource, whether it's listening to recordings or watching live performances on youtube. I assimilate the student in the music and styles being learnt and guide them in replicating the sound, style, and feel of the performer.
My role as a teacher is to supply my students with the right skill set to pursue their own creativity. With music, there is no set solution to any given problem. That is why I enjoy being very flexible with my students. Any piece of repertoire can be played and interpreted in a variety of ways. I strive for originality and encourage my students to do the same with any piece of music they play.
I believe that the best way to teach is by student engaged and motivated. I teach my students the music they want to learn while teaching them other aspects of music in parallel. I would usually teach a student a song and then teach him the major scale and make him connect the theoretical content to the music.
I cater to what my student's interests are and am happy to take suggestions for material they'd like to learn in lessons. At the same time, I feel it's my responsibility to draw from my background as a music professional and show the student material they may be unaware of.
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.
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Perfect! Javier is an excellent teacher and goes the extra mile to ensure that I am understanding and practicing the right rhythm of each new part of the song I am learning. Highly recommended.
Perfect! Inigo is very knowledgeable. He is punctal and comes prepared for the lesson. My son is always looking forward to have the guitar lesson with Inigo. Very happy to have him as a teacher.
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