My teaching method is based on a direct attention to the needs of the student to realize their full potential. Music and history are explained in a broad way, relating the contents with global facts that allow a transversal view of subjects and that the student really learns in the humanities.
I believe first and foremost music should be enjoyed. I believe it is important to tailor each lesson to the individual students tastes and ensure that there is an even split of necessary piano training and something fun, played purely for enjoyment.
I've been playing a variety of instruments within a variety of styles for the last decade or so - I went to high school at a Norwegian music school, receiving bass, piano and vocal lessons for years. I've played in a number of bands over the years, both as a bassist, keyboard player and vocalist, and have recorded and released 3 EPs and toured various Norwegian cities.
I turn to all those who want to come closer to the instrument or to be followed in the studio of the piano during the summer in Versilia, with classes at home or in my home; I envision a kind of teaching related to the tastes and needs of the student.
Personalized classes. My classes are according to the level, possibilities and interests of each student. I am particularly interested in helping to develop in the individual, abilities that transcend the execution of the instrument, such as improving sustained attention, memory, psychomotor coordination, etc. Piano technique, reading at first sight, repertoire, study methods and analysis.
I am student of Law in Nancy, aged 19 years, I prepare the Soloist Diploma. This course is intended for all age groups, starting as confirmed. personnel and adapted learning, combining theory and deepening of greater confidence in their technique. Perseverance is required when this learning, patient and careful monitoring is the key to success.
Everyone learns in different ways and at different paces, this is what keeps teachers on their toes, and it is very interesting to watch and adapt our teaching from our perspective.
Piano teacher for 8 years with students of all ages and group levels of accomplishment. My teaching style encourages each child or adult, according to advance his musical potential. I strive to provide a pleasant learning environment for each lesson.
i make students understand each and every concept relating to notation by 1) giving proper examples 2) i prepare adios and videos relating to the classes 3) practicing the given portion several times 4) giving paper work, providing charts and books for memorising
I am a passionate musician with over a decades worth of playing experience and 6 years of teaching that gives interesting, detailed and fun lessons. My teaching style focuses on the students needs and interest and I am happy to teach any level or any age.
I am Angelo, a pianist graduated at the conservatory with the highest marks, praise and special mention with national and international musical experience. My Solfeggio lessons are aimed at all people interested in learning the matter from scratch and to fill gaps. An effective yet simple method supported by special learning techniques.
My teaching method adapts to the student. My goal is his success, which starts of course with the control of the positioning of the hand on the keyboard. It is very important to play with the whole arm because of technical concerns, because there may be risks of tendinitis, then for the sake of musicality.
I adopt participatory learning rather than a teacher - driven learning method. This encourages students to interact effectively with the teacher. This method is found to be student-centric that builds confidence in sight reading and strengthens methodical use of fingering.
I adapt my approach according to your level, age and your desires. My pupils play from the first class. Music theory and score reading are practically addressed in the songs played. I attach great importance to the development of the musical ear and the sensitivity of the game, and to creativity.
I teach singing through the Italian method, on the first classes we will see the bases of breathing and relaxation plus some vocalizations. Once this is somewhat advanced, we will work on the songs and the style that you want to develop: opera, musical theater, pop, ranchero, etc.
I believe that the main role of the teacher in today's world, where knowledge is so easily accessible, is that of acting as a FACILITATOR, helping the student in 3 key points: Organization and methodology of study; filter the knowledge found on the internet; instigate the student to seek his own improvement.
Although I have little experience in teaching piano, my interests lie in tackling challenging pieces (currently working on Chopin etudes) and transcribing music in my own style. I would love to teach my students with focus on what they would like to play rather than what I would like them to play.
Reading music doesn't have to be difficult - after all, millions of people do it every day! We'll take it at your own pace, making sure you can read both treble and bass clef comfortably. We'll talk about musical keys and transposition, chords and improvisation...
I am a firm believer in finding a teaching method best suited to each individual student. If a student is experiencing any difficulties in a particular area, it is most likely due to a failed approach. It is my goal to ensure every student is completely enjoying their instrument, both at lessons, and during personal practice at home.
I travel to your home or can also provide online tuition (i.e. if outside of Derry). Lessons are designed to help you with the basics right through to Grade Examination pieces. My goal is to ensure that Piano becomes a hobby, not a chore, and something that you'll continue to enjoy as your progress.
I give piano lessons and train leading and backing vocalists.
I am a student of the "Astor Piazzolla" Conservatory in Trumpet and Piano, and Popular Composition in the "Sebastian Piana" Author Institute. I also have studies in the "Tamaba" Institute in Mixing and Recording in Studio. The classes are based on the interests of the students, always linking theory with practice.
I've set up my own curriculum that will teach you everything you need to know, in the correct order. I had trouble with my teachers and I've pin pointed exactly what wouldve helped me greatly, had I the right tuition. I approach each topic in a very easy to understand way and won't simply make you learn anything just for the sake of learning it, but rather help you understand it.
My teaching method is simple and is based on practice and listening. I am patient with my students and I am always available to help them evolve. My courses are for anyone who wants to learn a new language and / or learn music.
My lessons take place in a relaxed atmosphere at my home. But I also teach Skype if it's wanted or the student can not come to me. It is important to me that the lessons be tailored to each student individually. Whether classic, jazz, film music or pop - everyone should play what he / she enjoys the most. This also includes theory.
I teach what the student needs according to the type of music and the level the student presents to me. I can teach basic pop for startes all the way to advanced concepts in Jazz such as the Bebop Approach, Scales and how to build and perform great Solos and understanding Jazz Harmony.
I believe the that, the most important aspect of learning, is “learning to remember”. In many instances people forget everything they learned when it is no longer of value to them.
Lessons are tailor-made to suit the individual needs and personality of the student. Singing lessons include breathing exercises, vocal technique including range, tuning, rhythm, projection, vocal health, tone, expression and performance skills. I think it's important to always have goals and targets.
I base my teaching on Yamaha's curriculum and methods, but I can teach any other curriculum as requested, as long as I have the syllabus.
My teaching methods are based on the Russian school of piano playing and are oriented towards quick results. Although that involves a certain academic rigor and requires to learn rather quickly, this pace of work is not only possible but also extremely rewarding.
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Perfect! She has been more than I could have wished for. I had been looking for help with the Sibelius music program for nearly a year. She is extremely knowledgeable and more importantly able to convey her knowledge to this technology deficient pupil. ...
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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