Every student is very different and has individual strengths and needs. I believe a student needs strong guidance and clarity, but I like to include my student's taste into my the decision making process. Learning how to play piano is a lot of work. Ultimately, I like the learning process to be as rewarding as the results.
My teaching method is to have an understanding of basic music theory and the understanding of the grand scale. What each note means and how many counts to hold each note. Music will involve some basic math. Each student will start off with the Teaching Little Fingers to Play Book by John Thompson with an exercise book, A Dozen A Day Book 1.
My teaching method is based on providing the quickest route for students to play the music that they love, whether they are beginning, have learned by ear, or have learned classically. We will work on a variety of skills that will enable you to learn as quickly as possible, and learn on your own as well.
I believe that music is an essential component for enjoyment and learning throughout our lives. Music not only enriches our creativity, but it also gives us the ability to express ourselves by creating something truly unique. It is no secret that music instruction carries enormous benefits.
My specialty is with beginning through intermediate piano students. I enjoy watching joyful expressions on faces of new beginners: learning an instrument is FUN and ACHIEVABLE! Beginning students take half-hour lessons, and need to practice 15-20 minutes daily for maximum success. More advanced students can take 30, 45, or 60-minute lessons, and require 30+ minutes of daily practice.
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.
I approach each client with an openness to teach what it is they want. I know that learning any instrument requires thousands of hours of concentrated work and a ton of self-motivation and, in my experience, students that aren't interested in the music won't have that motivation.
The key to being a successful teacher is understanding your students learning styles and adjusting your methods to best suite their needs. With this in mind, I tailor each lesson for individual students by understanding their goals, determining their level, selecting appropriate repertoire.
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 am currently a junior at Crown College. I have taught piano for about two years now, primarily with beginner and intermediate students.
I'm a self taught pianist, and became very skilled in a short amount of time. I play various instruments, and I'm only in high school. My method of teaching would be to start with basic music theory, and teach to play, not just other people's piece, but to compose. Composition is something seeming to fall out classical piano, as repertoire is mainly played now.
I have been teaching for over 25 years. I have taught in schools and privately. I teach technique and rudiments for solid playing while also teaching theory and sight reading.
Everyone has unique needs and desires regarding an education in music. That is why I teach each student individually to help them achieve their goals. Just because I don't have a set methodology, however, doesn't mean that I teach chaotically. I balance the need for order and discipline with freedom of musical expression.
I was born in a musician family. My parents are opera singers for 30 years. Since I was 6 I studied music in conservatory. After I graduated from university i studied my second major which is Early Childhood Education. My students are starts playing and reading perfectly in their first 3 months.
For me the main thing is to understand what the student wants and to help him achieve the expected goal. Having a classical school of composition, I am an excellent music theorist, I always reveal to the student the form of a musical work, as well as the way this work was written.
I teach on an individualized basis. Each student learns differently and at their own pace. Thus, needing a personalized approach. I specialize and have written my own method on learning chording and believe all piano students should learn both this and notation in order to be able to apply their skills to a variety of musical genres and settings.
I structure my lessons based on the student’s knowledge entering the course, and account for their learning style before implementing one into the lessons. I am here to help them grow, not force them to be musical robots. I consider musical theory knowledge very useful, and will teach that simultaneously with technical abilities.
My method is teaching in order to demonize a subject. From harmony to chain effects in a DAW. It's going to depend on what subject the student is into.
I give lessons to all ages and I always seek to understand the method of instruction that works best depending on the student. Part of my work requires me to be a very good listener and to be patient with my students at all times.
Teaching method depends on age and desire of student. With children, note-reading and simple tunes. With adults, chords and type of music they desire. Can teach with lead sheet words and chords or add notes to chords for full sound.
WHAT DO WE DO? I try hard to present students with a solid, broad based approach with an emphasis on understanding the fundamentals of musical comprehension, music reading, musical memory, and ear development. These are essential to playing and enjoyment of any instrument! To this end we cover theory, music history, performance, technique and practical application.
Depends on the students and their proficiency level on the piano. I teach and cover theory, sight reading, technique, exercises, and how to approach each genre of music on the piano. I provide all the music materials (books, mp3's, and backing tracks).
Based on each student's personality and character traits, I like to come up with a lesson plan that would be most effective and helpful to their unique learning styles. I will teach you fun ways to devise a fun practice method for yourself so that you will be a lifelong lover of learning.
I teach at all levels, from the very beginner to the advanced, how to play guitar, bass and piano. My teaching methods help the student to learn more quickly how to play their instrument. All students master their instrument through ear-training and learning music theory (how music works). Many of my students have started their own bands and have joined other music programs.
I help students to establish good keyboard skills and performing level techniques, so they have abilities to play diverse repertoire with high performing quality. I help my students to be able to understand classical and contemporary German, Russian, and American music, and I also talk about music theory and history in lessons.
My teaching method focuses on detail technique, such as how to press correctly and make a good sound on keyboards. Make sure students doing well each step and play successfully. I am a positive and patient person.
Open to all ages and experience levels, I spend my time building rapport and adapt to each and every student in order to understand their abilities, goals and potential. My philosophy lies in promoting personal growth and pushing boundaries comfortably so that students can be the best version of themselves.
Learning to sight read fluently is the foundation. I teach through the Bastien curriculum and patiently guide the student through the basics of classic music notation, building on each concept week by week. If the student is dedicated to consistent practice, there is no limit to the excellence they can achieve.
Individualized lesson plans are created for each student based upon age, level, and background. Whether a complete beginner or an advanced pianist, students will learn to play the piano music they’ve always dreamed of! They will learn musical notation, technical skills, and music theory.
I teach up to graduate level music theory to anyone who wants to learn. I believe that everyone learns and understands music differently. I strive to fit my method of teaching best to the learning style of my student. I emphasize applied, hands-on learning.
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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.
Perfect! Tres satisfaits des cours et de la pedagogie. Jennifer est fiable, ponctuelle . Elle explique tres bien les point forts et les points faibles a son eleve et explique comment s'ameliorer.
Perfect! Merci Robin. Les garcons ont hate d'avoir leur prochaine lecon. Nous sommes tres satisfaits de Robin qui est ponctuel, prompt a repondre par email. Il s'adapte a la personalite et au niveau de ses eleves. les cours se passent tres bien.
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