Each lesson is unique. I work with the student and guardian to decide what topics we are going to learn. I want to fulfill both the needs and wants of each student and guardian while working on topics I know a student should learn.
Experienced Harpist and music educator with three degrees in music education and over 40 years of teaching experience, providing private and small group lessons for students studying Harp, Flute or music theory. Multiple performance opportunities in an ensemble, and as a soloist.
MUSIC TUTORING: My main goal with teaching music is to provide a basic understanding of music theory to beginner musicians. Topics such as understanding written music, basic harmony and musicology, and incorporating that knowledge with music that people enjoy listening to today. My teaching style is quite relaxed, but still structured and focused.
My teaching method is simple - every person and every student is different. What might work wonderfully as a learning tactic for one student, could be the absolute last resort for another. So, I work on a student-by-student basis, designing lesson plans that cater to the strengths and weaknesses of individuals. I have worked with students as young as four, up through adults.
I'm currently enrolling Berklee College of Music undergraduate program (with full scholarship), and this is my 5th semester. I mainly teach Jazz piano, and music theory (both Jazz and Classical). My uniqueness as a teacher would be a huge amount of resources and examples that I can offer you during classes.
Music lessons for all ages. Certified Suzuki Teacher, more than 10 years of teaching/performance experience. Bass, Voice, Theory, staff and chord reading. Degrees from universities in Brazil and in the US, has experience teaching classrooms, music schools and private students.
My teaching method is to teach the basics in an individual way per student. I find early on what the students best method of learning is and I teach them in a way they can access the information easily.
I base my classes on a few key things: warm-ups, technique-focused repertoire, and music theory.
I prefer to use life experiences as a way to show students that music is not just a past time hobby. Music is what you do everyday, you just have to choose what instrument you want to do it with.
I'm a music major high school student, who have played piano for 12 years and mastered the music theory and solfeggio, with a different method. I will help you to find the answer to your problems, using methods and daily practice methods or specific practices and help you to improve skills. Also, I will help you to meet the requirements to be a professional musician using your skills.
I am a highly qualified music teacher of all grade levels (ages 6-99 years). I love to teach, perform, and produce music not just for myself, but for others that share that passion! I've studied at two different universities (Francis Marion University and Coastal Carolina University) and have a Bachelors in Alto Sax and Piano and General Studies, and Master of Arts in Music Education.
I base my teaching on the Japanese Suzuki Method. Very similar to that of learning a language, repetition and memory are key, especially when dealing with young children that have a heightened ability to absorb information. I also encourage parental involvement through motivation and support, as well as combined lessons.
I offer lessons in music reading, theory, singing and piano. Used methods: Suzuki, Bastien, Faber, 24 Italian Songs. My education: degree from Conservatory of Music at University of Missouri in Kansas City. If you want to prepare for tests in piano and voice and auditions, then I would offer an appropriate advice for auditions.
- A lifetime of real-world musical experience through recording studios as well as full time touring. - Utility player.
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 am currently a student at Berklee College of Music working towards a BA in music production and performance. I can help develop the technique of my students while building repertoire in a fun relaxed environment. I fine-tune my lesson plans to accommodate the interests and skill level of my students.
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
Quest to Find your Voice. In Keykey's Productions session, we explore learning, through performing arts techniques/academic games, combined with the spirit of the student(s). This is the atmosphere we promote, to rediscover the answers that a novice to advance student can use.
I base my teaching on fun based learning. You want to learn the skills you need to make you a good musician, and you also want to have doing it. In my lessons you will learn: technique, style, song interpretation, stage presence, vocal dynamics and much more.
I have no real teaching experience, but I love kids and I love helping people learn, especially the things that I love.
My teaching style starts in encouraging ways of introducing the building blocks in becoming a pianist. I like to focus on basic music theory, but also enjoy incorporating music games, interactive piano apps, and other supplemental materials into my students lessons.
I am a passionate music student, i give advice and lessons to struggling people in my class, and to other students who are confused about music (Freshman - Seniors).
Singing is not about your voice , it is understanding the anatomy of your body that allows you to sing free enough to find your own unique sound. Repetition means nothing if the sound is not genuine to the performer.
My teaching methods are simple; understand sound, feeling and rhythm. Learn the basics, take notes from the past and identify the defining influences accordingly, create a solid musically foundation, know your approach, understand and master technique, develop a unique style, create/express freely and with love.
My classes are anything but boring. You will actually learn how the piano is made and about its' parts as well as tickling those black and white keys. During the first class, I will give you the lead to tell me what you want to learn and how much you may already know.
My teaching method encompasses a wholesome curriculum. More so based around what the student would like to learn and how we can set the foundation to learn what they want. Lessons include unique scales, arpeggiations, structural harmony, basic music theory and so much more. Games, workbooks, songbooks are all used to get the most out of the lesson for the student.
I give lessons to kindergarten to sixth grade students. I am funny, striving to be my best, fun all in one. I love teaching it is kind of in my blood. It gives me a sense of accomplishment and is fun.
Music is such a fundamental learning tool for life. Over the past few decades music is slowly being cut from out education programs around the world.
I have my degree in Elementary Education with a minor in music. I build lessons around student's goals in what they would like to accomplish as well as their learning style and abilities. I do my best to set them up to succeed.
intermediate-advanced pianist hoping to share his knowledge with beginners and develop some helpful skills in the process. lessons will be goal oriented, with a main focus on transitioning from learning new concepts to applying those concepts as quickly as possible. As a member of a piano enthusiast club, i spent a lot of time helping fellow members to hone their skills and vice versa.
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