I´m a professional violinist and I teach student of all levels. I have been taught in a Franco-Belgium violin school, and I try to pass that on to my students. My lessons are different with every student, they always depend on the student´ needs and their problems.
My teaching methods are aimed towards sparking interest within the student for the subject matter, which includes relating it to their own experiences, and making it as fun and enjoyable as possible. Our job as teachers is to spark and foster curiosity in the students, and to make the education process feel meaningful for students.
I have incorporated the music practically since I was born, since I was raised in a family of musicians. I am a student of the Superior Conservatory of Music of the City of Buenos Aires Astor Piazzolla, currently studying the Professional Artistic Path with Specialty in Violin.
The kind of students my lessons are geared towards is those violin beginners. My lessons would be basic and easy to understand. First step is getting to know those notes and after that is the scales. Afterwards is some practice songs.
My methods are planed individually, according to each student-abilities and availability. Mostly is guided by the Susuki method. I am very approachable, and some few rules I have is to stop once you get tired (physically or mentally) and to try and play the piece that you would like to play.
Professional and sympathetic teaching. I specialise in teaching adults. School age pupils who have achieved minimum grade four are also welcome. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Violin technique and musicianship to school aged pupils from grade 5 ABRSM, and to ADULT BEGINNERS & RESTARTERS to advanced level for performance. - Tell me about your qualifications.
Individual lessons of violin, viola and chamber music. Beginner, intermediate and advanced levels, adapting the needs of each student. The studio is located near to the Municipal Theater of São Paulo (down town. Subway : República, Anhangabaú e São Bento) Days available : thusday and friday from 10am to 2 pm.
I'm a London based violinist performing solo, chamber and orchestral music around Europe. Orchestras I have worked with recently include London Philharmonic Orchestra, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra. I have many years of experience teaching students privately of all ages and abilities.
My lessons will always be given differently depending on each student personality, technical level and musical voice. I'm able to teach any student, from the very beginning until even undergraduate level students, and the priority will always be to bring the deepest emotion out of their minds and make the act of expressing way easier throughout music.
My teaching philosophy is that learning the cello is more than getting trained technically in cello, but it is also important to develop the ability to think and sense music in a broad perspective. Thus, all lessons contain a bit of music appreciation, historical background of the piece to be learned and notions of music theory, all according to student's needs and desire.
I'm a passionate and highly experienced violinist, tutor and workshop leader with 25 years of experience as performer and 30 years of experience in teaching violin and piano. I’m highly qualified with a Bmus, various postgraduate diplomas and a MA. My key aim is to balance a comprehensive training of instrumental and musical skills with the joy of music making.
My approach is to play while having fun! I always take care about the students' musical interests, learning the technique above all through the songs that they like best, often playing together! Precisely for this reason my lessons are open to anyone who wants to approach the instrument, whether they want to try learning classical music or jazz or pop.
I've been teaching for over 17 years, and my knowledge, experience and enthusiasm combine to make me a much sought-after tutor.Â I regularly teach at the University of Newcastle, Goldsmiths and the University of Limerick on the BA and MA courses.
Graduated in music from the State University of Minas Gerais (Classical Guitar) and violin by the Center for Artistic Training - CEFAR. He specialized in the sonorities and languages of the "Rabecas", an instrument of the folk tradition spread throughout Brazil in different manifestations.
A synthesis of many music schools and techniques incorporating both Indian and Western style of music is used as the methodology of instruction. Every individual student is an unique entity. Therefore teaching method varies according to student's requirements. Starting from beginner level a holistic approach is followed.
In my classes I use a learning method so that students learn quickly and in the best possible way, including everything related to the subject matter (in case of being a violin, at the time of the class you would see: musicality, expression , technique, rhythm, bow strokes, arcades, fingering, among others ...
I am a friendly teacher working in the York area, where I am currently taking on new students. I prioritise making sure my students enjoy their lessons and the instrument they are learning and my aim is to suit lessons to each individual. As well as teaching individuals of all ages, I am also happy to teach in small groups, for instance, siblings or friends learning together.
I am based in Birmingham and offer violin lessons to beginner to advanced students, aged 4+ and above. I am also teaching piano for Beginners through to Grade 5 and Music Theory. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach the violin and piano. I also teach GCSE and A Level Music, Music Theory and can tutor Chamber Music. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I love to learn and especially to share my experience with others. Already small, I taught violin and piano to my cousins. I leave every two weeks in Madrid for 4-5 days for violin lessons so can not teach during these days being there but I am every week at least 3 days in Belgium whatever happens. I teach beginners and advanced 3 years to ....
My students have been of all ages, from children to adults. Depending to the level, I manage to bring out the best of my students using teaching methods that best suit each personality I work with, in a way that positive results are quickly obtained.
Anyone can learn to play an instrument. All it takes is a little regular practice, access to music you enjoy, and effective guidance from a professional who tailors lessons to your needs. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach guitar (classical, acoustic, folk, spanish, finger style), piano/keyboard, violin, ukulele, recorder and music theory.
The rich teaching experiences teach me how to teach students the correct posture and pitch training for beginner students. Passionate about culture since my youngest age, my knowledge is not limited to the world of music, since the knowledge of cinema further enriches my artistic sensibility.
The method that I use when teaching the classes is adaptive for each student, I am aware that each student has their needs and the main objective is to identify, correct and optimize their skills. There is a vast bibliography on the teaching of the instrument and what I try to do is a synthesis so that the result is beneficial for the student.
I have diplomas from the Conservatory School of Buenos Aires, Municipal Conservatory of Barcelona and from the Conservatori Superior del Liceu. The Classes are adapted to each student so we can reach as soon as possible a high level in violin performance.
As a teacher I have held a studio since 2012, and have studied the methodologies of Kato Havas, Paul Roland, and Mimi Zweig. I am also an accredited teacher in the Suzuki method, and have trained with Paule Barselou, and Dr. Katie Schlaikjer. I have completed violin and theory exams in the RCM method and I am able and willing to prepare students for these accreditations.
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.
I am a flexible and responsive teacher who is willing to adapt to the varying needs of students. Having experienced a variety of teaching styles from flexible to highly structured, I am able to adjust my methods to suit the individual pupil.
My teaching method is based on two parts. A practice, in which songs are taught and practiced according to the level of the student and in which exercises are done to improve the students' position. The second part consists in the teaching of music theory and emphasis is placed on the reading of the scores.
I'm a Suzuki-certified Violin teacher. I was trained with Suzuki trainers from around the globe (since 2008: Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, USA, Italy, Taiwan, Korea, and Switzerland). It's really nice to get trainers / teachers from different background, so I know quite few approaches and methods. In Bachelor, I've got a great Russian Violin professor.
My teaching method is very holistic. I work with my students to develop five core elements in learning : Auditory memory, Visual memory, Kinesthetic intelligence, Musical intelligence, and integration of all of these to improve playing. My main goal is to help students reach their full creative potential, while learning to play in a relaxed manner, connected with their musicality.
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