This 30-year veteran teacher, performer and recording artist can get you started as a beginner, or bring you to the next level as an intermediate or advanced player I have a Masters Degree, and have been performing and teaching for over 35 years. While performing is a delightful experience, I feel equally as enthused when teaching others and helping them grow in their own artistry.
I'm an open-minded and optimistic person. Over the years I have developed a lot of my own teaching materials. I'm very flexible in the way I teach and I always try to find out what type of learners my students are so that I can design a personalized practice plan. The best musicians are not always the best teachers and the cheapest teachers are rarely the best teachers.
I studied piano in my youth with seven years of piano and recitals. I played flute and piccolo and participated in school bands for seven years. I studied voice and received A's in my college courses and recognition from a international singer when studying through a studio that they were affiliated with.
I have taught theory for years. BUT many think it is just a bunch of rules. THERE'S MORE. Through CONVERSATION, we will explore these concepts. We'll begin at your current understanding then journey together.
My methodology is: enjoying while learning! In the SINGING LESSONS, through vocal exercises and repertoire formation, we'll seek to unveil your own voice and explore its potentialities. Singing promotes a deep perception of the body and puts the individual in contact with their emotions.
I am a music graduate with a diploma in interdisciplinary studies, and I teach at all levels of music theory, from beginner to advanced. My teaching method is simple; I approach each topic at its most basic level. In that way, it will be much easier for the student to grasp each and every topic.
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 methodology is: work smarter, not harder. Technique is of the upmost importance to achieve musical goals without damage to the musician. I give lessons up to college level voice (especially audition cuts and musical theatre singing) and up to intermediate guitar/ukulele/piano. I will expect students to warm up before a lesson as well as with me at the beginning of each session.
My training in piano started from when I was 5 years old. Since then, I continuously took piano lesson and have had performed on the stage as well. I continued my training in piano until the end of my undergraduate at the University of Hartford under David Westfall, Paul Rutman, Susan Cheng and Grace Smith.
My main focus in my courses are for beginners and intermediate guitarists. Im going to teach you how intervals work together, how to play in scales and patterns that come with them, modes and much more! This is a course for those that can play guitar but want to really understand their instrument to the maximum level.
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 believe anyone can learn to play music! I did not grow up in a musical household but have adopted techniques through my years of education and touring to make music accessible to beginners and advanced students.
I'm an adaptive teacher, whatever level my student's knowledge is in the given field, together we assess goals and tangible milestones and I put together a game plan specific to us. Each student is different, so that's how we approach every class.
Lessons are based on the needs of the student using the Socratic method. Once material is imparted, asking questions of the student stimulates his or her thought processes. This style utilizes as type of continuous testing and re-testing in order to ensure comprehension and mastery.
I give music lessons to students of all ages, backgrounds, and levels of ability. Whether you have never sung before or are preparing for a professional singing career, I have the knowledge and teaching experience necessary to shape your lessons to fit your own personal needs and goals.
I am a graduate of the University of Arizona. I have received a Bachelors Degree in Music Education. I am also a certified teacher in the state of Texas, as well as Arizona. My certification is for Kindergarten through High School, all levels of music. I have a certification to teach general classes at the Elementary Level K-5th grade from Sam Houston University.
Touring and recording artist available for online tutoring; Concentration on Music Theory, Analysis, Techniques, Improvisation, Composition; Most importantly you will learn how to teach yourself and others with the knowledge you will gain. Learn whatever you want to at a pace that is right for you from a patient and dedicated teacher.
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.
I have taught public school music (almost all areas: choral/band/keyboard/theory/theater) for grades K-12, and taught privately from ages 5-adult.
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.
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.
I'm Grace, I am currently a senior vocal performance major at the University of North Alabama. I began studying music theory my first year at school and fell in love. I have taken all the courses offered and feel confident I could teach anyone.
I've played music almost all of my life! I fell in love with it and now I'm working to get a degree to teach music to people of all ages. I've completed Music theory and Aural perception and am currently working toward a bachelors in Music Ed! 10 years as a trumpet player and 3 years in music theory.
- Happy, friendly, people person. - Associate in Arts (AA) in Keyboard Technology - Years of education and playing experience in piano. - Offers a variety of approaches towards concepts regarding to piano playing and music theory. - Covers different subjects, with the end result of simultaneously relating each subject for maximum effectiveness.
Primarily self taught, I have performed as a soloist and band member for about ten years. I focus on Christian worship and contemporary popular styles, in both acoustic and electric instrumentation. Beginners will appreciate my patience and support, paired with graduated technical challenge. Intermediate players will gain exposure to different styles of play to augment their primary techniques.
Baylor University (Waco, TX) - Bachelor of Music Education, flute emphasis - study with Francesca Arnone - piano secondary - summa cum laude - performed with the Waco Symphony Orchestra Currently pursuing Master of Music in flute performance at Boston University - study with Linda Toote
Developed a classroom teaching style based upon identifying patterns by sight and sound, mastering those patterns and applying to new pieces. I base all lessons on Solfege and scales, chord structures and typical forms. I have worked in both large classroom, ensemble and individual teaching formats.
I have had professional development in Suzuki, Orff, Kodally, Thompson,Gordon and many other methodolgies. I use a combination of all of them to reach the individual student's needs. My own method picks the most useful from the established methods and makes them practical to the student.
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