I am a father, grandfather and great grandfather and enjoy teaching all ages privately one on one, using positive reinforcement. I put myself in the student's place, present methods of learning new things and work together with him/her to learn it and have fun while doing it.
I have a very inquiry and cooperative teaching method. I allow my students to have full control over the lesson so that they have no discomfort with what they are learning. Wether it’s music theory, sight reading, or composition, I let my students give me an idea of their knowledge and understanding on piano and music so I can figure out what subjects we should tackle first.
I give lessons to young beginners (ages 6-8) who have never played the piano or have minimal experience with the piano. I teach scales, chords, sight reading, and theory.
I teach finger exercises, posture and music reading skills. Can also teach chord chart reading with comping inversions. Can teach simple songs with various left hand accompaniments such as arpeggios, block chords. bass/chord. Can enable student to play with metronome for solid tempos.
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 first aim to give my students a strong grounding in the fundamentals of music, as well as strong basic piano technique, and then to show them how to use these fundamentals to communicate their musical ideas to an audience. I always try to inspire my students to achieve the highest level that they desire and to share with them my love for music.
Piano lessons provided for all levels, in classical genre. Russian piano method used, however I try to fit the method to the needs of the student. Can find a common language with anyone and make learning piano enjoyable.
I was classically trained and wish to impart these skills to my students. That being said, many students aren't looking to learn Beethoven or Chopin and would rather focus on contemporary music. My method of teaching is structured around the needs and strengths of each student. I teach students to read sheet music as this skill is invaluable to all other aspects of music.
My teaching methods are simple; understand sound, feeling and rhythm. Learn the basics, take notes from the past and identify the defining influences accordingly, create a solid musically foundation, know your approach, understand and master technique, develop a unique style, create/express freely and with love.
I approach students as individuals and allow them to be themselves. My choice of repertoire is classical music from method books and small teaching pieces to the great masterpieces of Western music.
There are many different way to approach learning an instrument, but because I was classically trained I value the traditional method of learning to sheet read music first and having that solid foundation on which to build upon. But more importantly, I want to make the experience engaging and fun for the beginning student.
The method that I learned growing up was Suzuki method, but I have expand the methods I teach to Piano Town. It's a very simple, to the point method from Keith Snell. Easy to learn and also teach! It's for beginners and intermediate. After that, I would teach my advanced students college level music.
I can teach at any level of difficulty. I am extremely knowledgeable of music theory. I have a background in Classical music and received a Minor in piano performance. I can also play rock, pop and alternative music. I have performed in many venues for many occasions.
I believe that music lessons can be a positive and engaging experience for each and every student. I employ fun and creativity in my piano lessons and teach to each student's unique personality. I help students build skill and confidence in various styles of music, sight-reading, technique, and music theory.
With keyboard, I can cater to the musical interests of the student/parent with either classical or contemporary repertoire. Technically, I focus on achieving agility and accuracy through relaxation and weight distribution, so as not to exhaust or injure the player.
I teach beginners the basics of reading music and start with simple songs. When they show progress, I gradually increase the level of the pieces that I give them to practice while helping them keep their technique strong and touching on piano theory.
My approach is very personalized. I realize that every student has a different learning style and wants to accomplish different levels of skills. I can tailor lessons to suit your needs and skill levels whether it's to learn performance and songwriting skills, or to just be able to play for yourself.
My teaching method is based on the individual.. I'm open to new ideas of songs that the student is interested in. Reading music however, is an absolute must. I insists that students study music reading and theory. Playing and singing music "by ear" is a wonderful gift to have.
I gauge what level the student is and see how he/she learns best. I then devise fun lessons for the students and ensure that the student learns the fundamentals, which I believe provide the foundation for playing any kind of music on the piano.
I take each student and evaluate them. How much natural talent they have and then design a customized lesson plan designed to bring that student along. I teach the musical alphabet forward and backwords. Teach half step whole step ear training recognition. Teach how to form half and whole steps into major and minor scale and chord construction as well as chord inversions.
Every person learns differently. My goal is to teach based on the individual's preference. I do believe that repetition is the mother of skill. I encourage my students to spend a good amount of time practicing as that is the best way to build muscle memory.
As a piano pedagogue, Kalynn's primary goal is to train students Classically and to grow their overall understanding of music. Unlike many instructors, his approach is to teach students how to practice, why different pieces are performed with certain nuances, and how to approach all the different building blocks that go into each piece.
I've never taught music lessons before, so it's gonna be pretty up in the air how things roll. Gonna base my teaching methodology upon the student and their interests or needs, a rigid teaching plan is just asking fate or God for trouble.
At first I will set up a basic structure for student, and then I will estimate their learning speed to change plan. My teaching method depends on different aspects to adjust, including what method book they need to use , what gradient are they in, what learning speed they have and so on. When they achieve a special level, I will find some performance chance to motivate them.
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 teach students as young as 5 to adult students of varying levels. I emphasize classical training, but I also have students learn composition, popular music, and beginning jazz based on what they're interested in. My philosophy is that piano lessons are for everyone, whether they want to be professionals or learn just for fun.
I am a seasoned musician in the art of making music. I teach beginner and intermediate levels because I like to work with those who have no bad habits in music it’s easier to learn than unlearn bad playing habits. My approach is simple. I go where the music takes us. Your individuality will determine your path in the music.
I am currently a Junior in Piano and Harpsichord Performance at Pittsburg State University. The lessons will be structured around how far along, if the student has had lessons before, and tailored to what needs to be taught as well as giving the students pieces to play and figure out how to stylistically play based on skill level.
my name is john dussault im a young 66 and have given drum lessons for quite a while. my music education began around age 13, i took drum lessons at local music store for at least 3 years and studied theory and keyboards and played in rock bands as well as orchestras.
I graduated from Berklee College Of Music with a degree in Piano Performance. I teach serious and dedicated musicians of any strata and style. I use group improvisation and discussions of concepts to impart the necessary musical knowledge.
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