My typical process for working with a student includes teaching music fundamentals: Hand Position, Scales (various types), proper basic technique (playing with correct posture, wrist motions, arm relaxation). From the first lesson I develop skills in music theory and train in playing with a steady beat and an accurate rhythm.
I like to assign no more than three pieces. I believe in quality, not quantity. I also supplement with rote pieces to make the assignments more interesting and varied. I try to make the lessons fun and entertaining, which maintaining a level of challenge.
I teach beginners and advanced students of all ages,have experience teaching children with a special needs. My approach to teaching is fun and nurturing,making sure that students have a clear understanding of the fundamental principles of music,while encouraging their own creativity and aural skills.
Singing: By combining many disciplines (including my KRI certification in kundalini yoga), I have developed my vocal technique, "Yoga for the Voice," which gives each student a personalized vocal tune up each time you sing.
Philosophy of Teaching Teaching well requires knowledge and expertise; knowledge and expertise are gained through research and execution. Adequate and reliable research/investigation requires thoughtful and methodical technique. These can lead to excellence in performance or execution, which can lead to excellence in instruction and to further research.
My students are taught through method books until a level 3 is reached and then may continue on either a classical or recreational pathway. Music theory is included in lessons as are exercises and scale work. Sightreading and ear-training skills are also developed. I am not a competition teacher, although performance is encouraged and many opportunities are provided on an optional basis.
My lesson plans are geared toward the individual interests of each student. However, each student will learn from me how to play music with and without sheet music. Often sheet music can be unavailable to the student, and show I give them the tools to play music by ear.
Classical Piano Training with Excellent Technique and Superior Sound Traditional methods of teaching piano including the Alfred, Faber, and Suzuki methods Incorporation of Ear Training, Sight Playing, Music Theory, Music History Weekly Private 30 minute Lessons Play the pieces you know and love!
I am a recent college graduate with a passion for music. I have 13 years experience and have accompanied many choirs, including one at the Kentucky Center for the Arts. I love to teach in fun, simple ways.
I try to teach a mixture of music theory, note reading, and playing by ear. I think this helps each student develop a more well-rounded piano education.
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.
My teaching method is based on using technology as a resource, whether it's listening to recordings or watching live performances on youtube. I assimilate the student in the music and styles being learnt and guide them in replicating the sound, style, and feel of the performer.
My teaching approach is to use fun analogies and to ask questions to make sure the learner understands. I am very patient and will work with every student at their own pace. I always give students time for questions to make sure they understand the concepts.
I find out what your goals are, what you want your focus to be, and custom design a class just for you. I specialize in live performance and truly getting to the heart of the song, so that you can hear a pin drop when you sing.
I am trained in the Suzuki piano method and have 5 years experience working with both beginner and advanced Suzuki students. I am a strong sightreader myself, so I incorporate music reading with all of my Suzuki students as well. I believe in a balanced and holistic approach to music instruction.
My teaching methods is I prepared lesson plans and directed students on how to use the piano key board. I also explain how the keyboard work along with how to recognize the keys, rhythm, sound of the music, counting out loud when playing a piano song, teaching them to sing with the music.
My teaching method is by sound. So to keep people listening to the nostalgia of music not the earliest forms of it. Which is the best way of learning how to grasp the understanding on how the music should be played by progressions, riffs(hip hop, rock n roll, etc.), chords, and keys. The keys that should be played with the articles of life made verses, choruses of songs.
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.
I am a junior in high school, but I have had a lot of experience involving music! When it comes to music, I understand that everyone learns a little differently, so I would create an individualized plan based on what would make the student most successful.
My goal is to give my students the tools to become independent musicians. I want to make sure they have the tools to be able to play whatever music that inspires them. That is why I incorporate music theory, sight reading and technique on top of the music that they enjoy playing.
If you are a student looking to develop a deep love and appreciation for the piano, I am the tutor for you! I will make lessons fun and interactive.
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 believe students only want to learn what they want to learn for the most part. However, new musicians are happy when they can fully perform a new piece of music regardless of the difficulty. It is important to me to have a student walking out of each lesson with the ability to play a new song/piece. The lessons are guided by what genre piques any given students interest.
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).
I have a Bachelor’s degree in music and have had students from 4 years old to adults. My teaching method is catered to each student. Everyone is different and while one method works for some, it might not work for others. My goal is to make each lesson enjoyable and easy for the student.
I teach piano to all ages of students. I work with each student at their own individual level and pace. I will alter my teaching methods depending on what the student is trying to accomplish. It's a blend of fun and enthusiasm for music while maintaining a firm discipline for technique.
I help my students understand music, theory, chords, and creating their own beautiful music. I am passionate about children choosing what they want to learn and working with them to achieve their goals, whether that be classical style, jazz, chords, etc.
I consider that I teach traditional piano lessons like my Russian trained mentor was trained. I totally emphasize sight reading and counting music and understanding the theory. I have played a couple of times at Florida State conventions and encourage my students to perform and have recitals for them to perform.
I firmly believe that regardless of the style of the music the student wants to learn, technical development is paramount. A good technique allows the student to learn music at a faster pace and when they see their own progress, it motivates them to practice better than any words that I could say to try and inspire them.
I was taught with the Suzuki method, and while that methodology influences my teaching style, I strive to make my lessons more approachable with relevant songs and skills relevant to what my students want to accomplish in their musical endeavors.
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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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