I believe music should be fun and educational. I joke around to keep the mood light when the music gets difficult. Music is my passion and I enjoy having the privilege to share my years of knowledge in theory and performance with others.
I have taught theory for years. BUT many think it is just a bunch of rules. THERE'S MORE. Through CONVERSATION, we will explore these concepts. We'll begin at your current understanding then journey together.
My teaching methodology is very individualized. For beginners, I recommend longer lessons times to learn how to read music, some basic music theory, and then delving into there desired instrument. For more advanced students, I encourage them to search for personally chosen pieces which both inspire ad stretch the individual's abilities.
My lessons are focused solely on the goals and aspirations of my students. I build curriculums that are unique to each individual student in order to help them achieve these goals. In our lessons, we will cover all the areas that are essential to one's development as a musician including; music theory, ear training, rhythmic analysis, and technique.
I have been teaching for over 25 years. I have taught in schools and privately. I teach technique and rudiments for solid playing while also teaching theory and sight reading.
MUSIC EXPERIENCE JamSpot - Trombone and electric bass 2010 - 2011 New England Band Productions 2010 - Present Boston Windjammers Worcester Brass Band Dixieland Hobos Firehouse Dixie Blues Brothers Next Generation 2010 - Present Musical Director, Performer and Promoter Mill City Revival - Dance band performer 2011 - Present Stereo Kings - Rock band performer 2012 - 2013 Spotlight...
I have experienceTeaching all the ages and the ability levels. I focus on a fundamentals-based approach while still keeping lessons fun and energetic. I believe in tailoring my teaching style and lessons to each person in order for each student to benefit greatly.
I was taught by the iconic late Dr. Isaac B.
I am an MSU College of Music graduate with a specialty in low brass instruments who teaches beginning and intermediate wind instrumentalists. I've taught myself some basic proficiency on the ukulele which I also feel qualified to instruct. Furthermore, I have a strong concept of music theory and can teach that as well.
I base my classes on the individual's or groups' way of learning that suits their needs and the pace also depends on overall skill and practice. I like to guide my students to not only improve on instrumentation, but also work ethic and confidence.
I am a Jazz trombonist, and I also have many years of classical education and experience. I can help you with fundamentals, rhythm, sound, sight reading, improvising, audition preparation, or whatever your personal goal is. I am a very patient and positive teacher, and I thoroughly enjoy passing some of my knowledge and practice techniques forward to my students.
I like to find out what the student likes and wants in their musical experience.
I like to approach the lesson by first evaluating what you do and don't know, and then working on a foundation from there. I treat my students professionally but not with a cold shoulder. I listen and play all types of music, and do not exclude anyone based on skill or music tastes.
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How i teach is my first demonstrating a little what i can do , and then allowing the new student to play what ever they can or wish to perform giving me a feel for there current level of experience and there bad and good habits as a musician then i form my warm up with them around there strengths and weaknesses allowing us to work on there problem areas and also having fun and growing there...
My name is Terry Whittington. Retired from Army bands system. Have given lessons to beginners to advanced level students. I am a member of the International Trombone Association, and the British Trombone Society. Have studied with Marta Hofacre at the University of Southern Mississippi. Was a member of the Mississippi Lion's All-State Band in 1987.
I am a graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Music. I teach trombone, tuba, and euphonium lessons to anyone and any age from those that have just started playing through those looking to just improve their musicianship. I tailor my methodology to the needs of my students, and I am willing to work with them to try and find the best way for them to learn.
Born and studied in Cuba ( American citizen ) I graduated with a degree in trumpet and minor in piano from Amadeo Roldan 1994 Habana, Cuba. Languages: Spanish, English. Over 20 years of experience gained as a lead Professional trumpet player ( any style ) • Stylistic accomplishments in a variety of musical genres ranging from classical to jazz, salsa and funk.
I am a college Graduate of the College of Saint Rose and I majored in Music Education. I am offering private lessons on multiple instruments as needed. I studied trumpet at a College level and have completed my senior performance. As part of my College degree I have completed and passed my student teaching.
I am a classically trained, professional trombone player working in New York City. During my 11 years as a trombone player I've performed everything from Beethoven to Bebop at venues such as -- Symphony Space, Verizon Hall of the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia, The Bowery Electric, The Hudson Music Festival and Carnegie Hall.
I love to help students not only learn the theory and movements behind their instruments, but also how to appreciate music and truly become musical members of their band or orchestra! I played trombone and oboe all through high school, participating in marching and jazz bands on trombone, and playing in a selective orchestra as first chair oboe, and played oboe again for two years in the YSU...
I am a musician and professor who has played and taught in NYC and overseas. I teach trombone, music theory, and jazz history in a way that will increase your appreciation for all music regardless of style. I adjust to you, your interests and what you wish to learn.
I am a really friendly teacher that likes to share all the knowledges about the Music. I like people that aim to reach a goal and grow up professionally. In my lessons, beside the music lesson, I like to share also my experience and my way to approach correctly to a music job.
02/02 / 2004-04 / 12/2009: Bachelor of Music with honors on technical euphonium, 3 years of trombone at the Music Conservatory of Musical Education Institution Technician "Amina Melendro of Pulecio" Ibague (Colombia). Currently studying Specialized Cycle (DEM) at the Regional Conservatory of Paris (CRR), Paris (France). The lessons are aimed at people of all ages.
COPPER: The content of the course is adapted to each student according to his objectives: discovery, leisure practice, rapid progression, preparation of an audition, a concert or an examination. MAO: My students will be able, at the end of the training, to master the Ableton Live software, the plug-ins (synths and effects), to record, arrange, build a piece.
I am a professional trumpet, piano, and trombone teacher, as well as composer and performer. I love teaching music, communicating an invaluable skill and helping others to learn. I teach all styles of music including classical, jazz, funk, and pop - Which subject(s) do you teach? Trumpet, piano, trombone, theory, composition, and practical musicianship. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I am a professional harpist based in Birmingham. I have over 3 years of teaching experience where I have successfully guided my students to passing their ABRSM grade exams. Each lesson is tailored to suit the student and make the learning enjoyable.
Experienced brass teacher and professional trumpet player based in Horwich, Bolton. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I specialise in Trumpet and Cornet tuition but I also teach many of the other instruments in the brass family. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have a Bachelor of Music degree from the Royal Northern College of Music.
The methodology is what the student needs to be better in his way, musical in this case. That is the reference to follow some steps of things that worked for others. Self-knowledge Understanding that we are all different, the difficulties, also the strengths are unique in each one.
Gives piano music theory and violin lessons for all levels up to the equivalent of late conservatory study. I am very attached in contact with the student, regardless of age, so that it happens to the best of us. Once this is achieved I adapt to the need of the student.
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