I base my classes on the type of music and interests of my students. My level of success in helping others is being patient and understanding as well as supporting my students in there goals of interest in music. Music is also a positive way to release intense emotions and get exercise.
I am a vocalist, French horn player, clarinetist, composer, and arranger. I give lessons to students of all ages in these subjects. I will aim to help you grow by helping to improve your technique. You might have a great voice or incredible ability on your instrument/composer, but you may not know the techniques that will enable it to truly flourish.
My teaching method combines Linklater work, breathing work and traditional vocalizing scales in order to improve agility, air support and range. I then use some time out of each lesson to work on the style that the student is seeking to improve in.
My teaching method is very practical and try to keep myself updated with all new techniques also keep it simple for students. I like to work one on one so I can see how my student would improve himself.
Developed and presented stimulating lesson plans that covers a wide range of topics and foster music appreciation. Instructed students in the technical aspects of music; conducted rehearsals; put on shows and play at assemblies. Evaluated students’ progress; offered one-on-one or after-school help to ensure each student is able to understand the materials and develop his/her skills.
I myself have had four piano teachers over the course of my life and I have learned various teaching techniques from each of them. Overall, I have taken aspects from all of them to develop my own way of teaching. My teaching method is specialized and differentiated. Every student is different and requires different challenges, focuses, and teaching styles.
I Teach Guitar, Piano, Bass and Music Theory for all ages. I start with the very basics and I try to teach little things in between that my students will pick up on in further lessons. I even wrote a silly fun song in college for children who are learning the open strings (notes) of the guitar to drive the lesson home. It has small Dr. Sues feel to it.
I am a British, International student in the USA, who has been singing since I could stand practically. I believe that with a voice your life can become more powerful, and learning how to make this happen must be fun filled.
Currently enrolled in Richland High School, I reside at the top of my class at #1 out of approximately 120 students and hold the position of class president. Through the school, I am involved in various activities including Concert Choir, Chamber Choir, Musical Theatre, an AP Music Theory course, and I play piano and guitar.
Hello ! My name is Marissa, you can call me Rissa. I teach entry level piano and music theory all the way up to advance. I believe baby steps is the key. If you don't know the basics then stay here! I know them! I can help you learn in the best way I can.
Based on the eloquent training I have received throughout high school and college, I now have the means of bringing the blessing of music to those who may not have had an opportunity to experience its power and majesty earlier in life.
Bachelor's in Vocal Music Education from Mississippi State University. Certified licenses in the states of Mississippi and Alabama. Attended numerous professional developments to keep learning about the voice, piano technique, and integrating technology in today's society for learning in a global atmosphere.
I was privately instructed on the guitar for 2 years and then self-taught for 10 years. I do not teach heavy music theory but am very qualified to teach you the techniques that I learned to get better at guitar, singing, songwriting and performing - if you're somebody who is just getting started. I believe that the best students are the ones that do their homework.
I will review your singing technique and create a lesson plan for you which can include breathing techniques finding harmony with some songs and improving singing techniques and prepare you for vocal auditions and learning what songs are best for your voice
I will not only help you to start singing but my goal is to help you understand why you're doing what you're doing, for what reasons, to the point where you can defend your actions and teach others as well. I will give you all the tools necessary and be frankly honest with you to achieve the results that you want. I am a strong believer in rehearsing, not only with me in class but, at home.
I believe in the "bel canto” technique, which means “beautiful singing” in Italian. Renowned opera singers such as Maria Callas and Jussi Bjorling knew the importance of bel canto and made it a point to study with such teachers often.
I like to see where the student is at musically, what they enjoy listening to and go from there. I remember learning the basics early on with no reference as to how the piano could sing in whatever genre I liked at the time. That can make one lose interest. As I eventually did. But playing in a band, the piano has a beautiful place in the sound the band wants to present.
My teaching method is personal to each student, but I focus on a combination of technique, musicianship, and dramatic performance. Everyone's voice is unique to them, and I want to give my students the skills they need to bring out their best no matter what style of music they're singing.
My teaching method varies based in the individual or group I an blessed to have the oppertunity to teach. You cant give a beginner and an experienced individual the same lessons.
I am very patient, and I believe patience is the key to the success of any instrument. I would take the time to solidify my tutee's foundation knowledge in music theory and the most basic piano skill practicing and then move on to the harder pieces.
I approach teaching in a conversational way. I do not believe there is one good way to do something and love to watch my students discover how techniques and sounds work for them and their set up. I like to keep a focus on basic music theory, but not get too technical.
I am a concert violinist with 7 years of experience. I taught violin lessons children and senior at home in South Korea. Also, I taught violin Ensembles for the beginner. I graduated Arts High School in South Korea and now I'm in Music University student.
I sit down with students to learn about their strengths, and make a unique plan for how to sharpen skills and have fun learning new subjects while honing skills. The most important things is that we express our unique voice through music.
I help students to find what type of music and songs for for their voice type, and from there, help them with those songs so they can build a resume for future auditions and performances. I train to help read music and sing what is on the page, as well as making the music your own to work with your voice and improve the song with every go at it.
My teaching method is pushing you to your limits to achieve the best possible goal. I believe this so that not only one, so that you can become more confidant and for two I know that anyone that works with me will get great results.
My teaching method is first and foremost about having fun. We will learn the basics in theory and may even write a song or to. If you are ready to learn how to play guitar and have a passion for acoustic music, I'm the teacher for you.
I teach rhythm guitar which is open chords and strumming. I also like to include music theory in my lessons so that I can help my students learn how to read music. I try to tailor my lessons to each student so that we are spending time working towards the goals that they have for themselves.
I believe in strong vocal technique no matter what style of singing you'd like to develop. I also work on song interpretation, presentation skills, audition preparation, monologues and what to do when you get nervous. You can do this! I am currently only offering online lessons and coaching.
I approach each student differently as I like to accommodate each student with their best suite learning style and that is what I would do for them to succeed.
My teaching method is focused in developing at the same time technical skills, sights reading, playing chamber music and doing theory exercises. I like to have a different teaching plan for each of my students. Usually after few lessons I can assess what my student needs and how to practice with them to make them a great musician.
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