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.
I believe in a flexible manner of instruction responsive to age, personality, ability, and background of each individual. I have taught students with autistic and minor learning disabilities and have learned to be flexible in terms of methods and materials I use, as well as expectations and goals for each student.
My teaching methodology varies depending on the student. One thing that has always irritated me about a traditional method or approach is that they are too linear; in other words, they lack variety and continuity with respect to the student. If every musician were the same, I would gladly teach method books...
As a teacher, I want to help my students discover music in a fun, engaging way. I hope to help my students find a love of music through the process of learning and playing in a positive environment while equipping my students to express their individual voice through music.
I approach each lesson based on the needs and desires of the student. I am experienced with working with beginners as well as advance students. I prefer to show you how to play it first and then explain the theory after.
I understand that music is an intimidating subject, and I want every student to know that they have the ability to become professional musicians if they so choose. Because of my background in voice, piano, and music theory, our teaching plan will depend on your interests, goals, and learning-style.
Developed and presented stimulating lesson plans that covers a wide range of topics and foster music appreciation. Instructed students in the technical aspects of music; conducted rehearsals; put on shows and play at assemblies. Evaluated students’ progress; offered one-on-one or after-school help to ensure each student is able to understand the materials and develop his/her skills.
I think it is important to first find out what kind of musician you want to be. Do you want to.. - Learn popular songs to play for your family? - Learn classical or jazz songs? - Become a professional musician? - Practice ear training and chords to further your music career Theres no one answer and every reason you want to play is a good one.
I teach an integrated curriculum, where students develop a holistic understanding of their topic or instrument: Mastery of musical language or instrumental practice will come from understanding the history, context, and relevance of each subject and idea.
I teach mostly from the John Thompson book methods. My style is very easy and relaxed, but focused and goal oriented. I'm an easy guy to get along with, and I love teaching all ages of students, from 8 to 80.
Students are unique individuals with different experience, different passions, different personalities. I believe teachers should embrace their difference and bring out the bests from each of them. Teaching is fun, and I want my students to be interested in what we learn.
- 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.
Hello! My name is Alexander Franco and I am a 25 year old marketing professional. I have enjoyed playing piano all of my life, and have given lessons to various children ages 5 -15. I also have experience working with a few adults that were interested in learning the basics of music theory.
I usually start the lesson with warm up exercises, then I do with the student rhythm exercises, hearing exercises, then is work on the songs that the student has to prepare for the recital, then I give technique exercises for home work.
I like to base my classes on what my students want to learn. I like to start your first lesson by listening to you sing and seeing what I think you can benefit from working on, and then also going over your own musical goals and dreams. Then I go over what you hope to gain from these lessons.
I'm Ardeshir Sherafat, with the experience of playing keyboard/piano for more than 15 years, and also studying Bachelor of Music program with an emphasis in Music Education. I give piano, keyboard and music theory lessons to students in basic and intermediate levels who love to learn music with passion.
I offer a coordinated approach to piano instruction for beginning and intermediate students as well as systematic professional training for advanced students and adults. My teaching practice is based on a synthesis of Russian and American methods of piano schools. I am patient, confident and deeply committed to high standards and excellent quality of musical education.
Every student is different so I approach each student uniquely based on their level and personality. I do believe however that certain fundamentals are important to master; a student must have a solid understanding of piano technique; otherwise it is possible to sustain injury while playing.
I give voice lessons to beginner and intermediate level students. If you're just starting and you feel like you don't know anything about music at all...
I give lessons to all ages and from beginner to advanced level. I tutor based on the skills and understanding of my students. If my students is a beginner and in elementary level in learning music I will teach the basics in their level of understanding.
Teaching Method for beginners includes Math, for advance level performers - Art. Diverse techniques are taught to perform with ease and confidence. Music Theory is included if needed. Options: 30-minute classes, 45-minute classes, and 1-hour classes.
I specialize in melody and teach keyboard to all ages focusing on economy of motion, inspiration, intuition, and simple techniques and formulas that you can apply immediately to compose your own music while having FUN doing so.
I am a recent college graduate with a Bachelor's of Music. Now that I am out of school, I am interesting in building my own business as a private voice and piano instructor. I am also interested in tutoring students in music theory. Students of all age rends and varying musical ability - from novice to advanced - are welcome to pursue lessons with me.
I'm freelance musician, composer, and educator living in the vibrant musical community of Los Angeles, CA. I have 15 years of teaching experience and 8 years of professional performance experience. I teach all levels and ages, from 7 year old beginners to adults who are themselves playing and teaching professionally.
I truly love sharing the gift of music with my students! As a professional musician for over 20 years, I can help beginners all the way up to advanced students studying saxophone, flute, clarinet, piano, music theory, composition, arranging and improvisation. My focus is always to help my students build their skills and confidence, step-by-step.
I studied piano with Hans-Dieter Meyer-Moortgat in Germany and with Charles Asche in Santa Barbara. I have taught high school music, played for ballet companies and church services and accompanied singers and instrumentalists. Currently I perform at various venues in the LA area and constantly strive to expand my repertoire.
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