I began piano lessons at the age of 4 and had a total of 9 years of lessons by the time I graduated from high school. This training was all in classical music theory and performance, and I had a strong aptitude and facility. In my 40s (after careers in fields unrelated to music) I turned my career attention to music and jazz studies.
I am a fourth-year engineering student at Cal with a passion for music and violin (10+ years experience)! At Berkeley, I am a course instructor for "Music 198: Chamber Music for Fun", and have played violin with the UC Berkeley Symphony Orchestra as well as in smaller groups such as the University Baroque Ensemble and string quartets/quintets.
My teaching method is to always be patient and kind. Classes will be based on how to play given or requested songs on the piano, read notes/sheet music, learn about timing, and how to play melodies with their majors and minors.
My teaching method is to start off with good body posture, basic background of the piano, and basic theory. There will be workbooks and music books to assist the student to get started, and the books will advance along with the student's skills. Recording of the student's pieces will be done for them to evaluate what they sound like.
I have a BA in Communications and a MA in Music Education and Vocal. My objective is to teach beginners how to play the piano with skills and to help them maximize their potential.
I approach each topic by determining your foundation and building off of what you already know. I have been studying Latin for 7+ years and have won awards for excelling on the NJCL tests. I have studied Latin at the undergraduate and graduate level, and I also have a few years experience tutoring Latin.
My name is Nancy. I grew up in Huntington, NY which is a large town near NYC. At the age of 14, I studied clarinet at the Juilliard Schools. Yes, that is the correct spelling of Juilliard, in case you're wondering. I got my B.A. from SUNY @ Potsdam (Crane School of Music) and my M.A. from Roberts Wesleyan College.
I started playing the piano when I was 3 and have received lessons since I was 4 years old. I have studied under Stephen Graff and am currently a part of the Hunter College Conservatory. I have been giving lessons since I was 16 and have taught 12 students so far. I believe music is a wonderful outlet to express yourself and I am looking to share that passion with others.
I am currently a 3rd year student at SMU, Meadows School of the Arts pursuing a B.M. in piano performance with a focus on pedagogy. I also play cello in chamber groups and with the Meadows Symphony Orchestra. I am an entertaining, outgoing teacher who is not afraid to use new methods and techniques that cater to each of my unique students.
Dr. Ada Shih-Ting Wu teaches piano lessons, viola lessons, music theory in levels of beginner, intermediate and advanced, from age 4 and up. I have a deep passion for teaching, especially when I see student's development with their musicality and creative ideas. As a teacher, teaching students is a reward to me. I divide my teaching strategy into different levels.
I teach beginning and intermediate students. My lessons are structured with new material, music theory, technique, and work on a piece of a student's choice. We also touch on music appreciation and classical music history. My students feel comfortable experimenting in my studio and I make sure they know mistakes are inevitable in the learning process.
I am a native resident of Oregon and I grew up and learned music in Portland. I began my career as a classical and jazz musician, earning a performance degree in vocal music from Portland State in 2002. I performed professionally as a symphonic and jazz trumpet player as well as a concert and solo vocalist. In addition to live performance, I have several years trumpet and vocal coaching experience.
Hi Everyone! My name is Darika and I am currently a 2nd year college student attending UC Davis. I can also play 10 instruments including the ukulele, guitar, piano, violin, viola, drums, marimba, cajon, conga, & voice. I seek to teach students who wish to learn how to play either the ukulele, piano, guitar, or learn how to sing/harmonize.
The class is very much based on understanding through feeling. I will attempt to replicate in you what the great masters felt when they sat down to create melodies. This is sometimes daunting, but extremely rewarding.
I have several methods which all depends on my students. Everyone learns at their own pace so it differs.
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I've been musician for 12 years untill now, who deal with many issues to be a better performer. Many of the students have a lot of problems arise during the process, but they can't solve it, because they can't find the root of the problem.
I use at combination of Bastien /Alfred for beginners. After 1 year, I ask if they want to switch to S. Gospel, which I have a proven, written method that has been tested and proven successfull.
The fundamentals of music are obviously necessary, and must be taught. However, I believe that students who are self-motivated learn best, which means that it is very important for me to know what they want to learn. I would like to give them as many choices as they want on what they want to learn.
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I teach Classical music , theory, mechanics and improvisation. I use Method books , chosen for each individual student depending on their ages.
I am a classical flutist with 17 years experience, educated in music theory and basic piano, guitar, and voice skills. I served as a flutist in the Marine Corps for 4 years and I have a Bachelor's degree in music therapy at the University of Miami.
My teaching method uses a lot of skill building off of tools already learned. Method books would also be used.
I am available for online webcam, every day of the week. I offer flexible hours. I teach individual music lessons for piano and violin. My Five-Star Rating lessons are for one hour. They include: 1. assigned homework 2. sight reading 3. ear training 4. theory My age group varies from ages 6-18 at all levels. My basic technique is Suzuki.
I'm a passionate musician and full time music teacher in Strasbourg. The cornerstone of my teaching method is improvisation. I progressively add bricks of knowledge to expand the musical playground. I compose pieces (all styles) centered around particular theoretical concepts, and encourage students to add their own modifications as they go.
Yumeki Ohashi is a world class concert artist ―pianist with exceptional gift of feeling of the European music in period of XVIII― XXI Century , her repertoire range is quite huge which covers all of piano music works from German, French, Austrian, and Czech and Slovak Republic’s composers.
I suggest: 1) Private Piano lessons for children, adults, all ages and all levels, based on a custom musical followed : Discovery - methodical Learning - Development - Concert at the end of the year 2) Coaching comedians and actors (piano) For example, I was Professor of Piano actor Romain Cottard in the preparation of the play by Yasmina Reza, "How do you tell the game".
I give classes for all ages and all levels. We can work on music sheets or in a more instinctive way. I can also accompany singers and help them work on songs. But I can also make a piano version of your songs to work at home. Let's make music together! I have been an actor, singer and pianist for over 10 years and I have been playing the piano since the age of 5.
20 years experience as a teacher of graduate piano, recognized by the profession and the professional piano middle: Jury member of the National Claude Kahn Piano Competition since 2007 (renamed contest on Paris and France, 46th edition this year).
Concert pianist gives piano lessons : blues and boogie woogie in Paris Professional pianist gives traditional jazz lessons and boogie Practise rather than theory approach, no musical score needed, instrument first and various teaching materials You will play on a yamaha with a keyboard disk so that the lesson is recorded (digital or audio recording).
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