Music lessons should be about serving YOUR individual needs as a student, learning how to supercharge your practice to get the most out of your time, and help you develop independence and flexibility so you can reach your artistic goals with guidance.
Theory, Harmony, Improvisation, Ear Training, Composition, Scales, Arpeggios, Chords and Chord Progressions.
I believe that when the teacher is inspiring, the student becomes inspired. With my professional degrees, and much experience in teaching, I am sure I can offer you something useful. I customize my lessons to the student's needs, based on what they want to accomplish. I specialize in beginners.
The lessons I teach are organized around what the students are primarily interested in; the styles, bands, artists, guitarists, etc. whose music you would like to play. Once I know this, it becomes much easier to figure out what skills & knowledge you will need to learn in order to play that music.
I've been a musician for the vast majority of my life. I'm currently studying music at York University, more specifically in a jazz bass and guitar performance setting with roots in more technical genres ranging from rock to metal, math, and more experimental, ambient and avant-garde forms of music.
I base my classes on giving the student the technique and skills that they require in order to play the pieces they would like to play. Every student is different and the lessons will be based around your own personal goals and the steps to achieve them.
My teaching methods incorporate learning music through the lens of a variety of fields. Music is a language and performance should be approached from the perspective of wanting to learn how to express a thought or an idea. Physics and science help us to understand how the sounds we make exist. Psychology and neurology offer infinite insight into how and why it is we perceive music the way we do.
My teaching methods always vary on the musical capabilities I believe my student has. In school, when I was being taught I realized that everyone, especially beginners, conceptualize music differently. What I mean is, not all traditional methods will work for people.
I believe every student can learn. Start with the basics to build a strong foundation of confidence within all students. To build on students own creativity. Will teach students songs of their preference. Will teach new methods of playing through new songs. Stage presence techniques development. Opportunities to play live.
Absolutely ANYONE can learn the guitar, regardless of age, size, ethnicity or disabilities.
I'm very flexible in my approach since I don't believe one size fits all when it comes to education and I aim to cater each lesson to the needs of the student. Though I'm primarily focused on songwriting and composition, I'm open to diving into whatever you're hoping to learn.
I start out with learning the feel of the instrument then move onto very basic finger exercises. On the side, I go over some music theory.
i believe any student must learn the basics before getting to play songs , therefore i always start with the fundamentals . correct fingerings , correct picking gesture and style , reading tabs , learning chords etc.
I teach variety of ages and in a way that is in a warm and friendly atmosphere, step by step approach, easy to follow and remember, flexible and productive, goal-oriented. My class will have the a relax and stress-free environment that you'll ever loved. Whether you are a child or adult, be with me and make your musical dreams breathe into reality.
I approach teaching based on each students unique learning style. Some people, for example, are visual learners where as others learn better through reading and practice solely. However, I have found that in most cases a combination of visual aides (my videos), along with homework and self-practice, works best.
My teaching methods are starting off with the basic for beginners (single notes, simple chords, strumming techniques), medium level players (riffs, lead guitar, full songs), advanced (soloing, exploring genres, preparing for stage performances). I believe the best way to learn is by playing it out hands on, and saving the homework for the end of lessons.
I base my classes on fast tract learning sessions the quick get to know your guitar method so you learn the ins and outs of guitar, how chords are built, progressions,chord forms and the boxes to play in and out of each key simply using scales that make you play like a professional would. I teach fast tract Technics and exercises you need to do to strength your hands to be able to play like a pro.
My teaching methods are built on a modern approach that utilizes the technologically advanced world we live in. Lesson plans are completely catered to each student, emphasizing the enjoyment of the instrument in hopes to build a passion that can be carried forward for the rest of your life.
I start classes by giving the student a fundamental understanding of how the guitar works, and learning what type of music you are most passionate about. This foundation leads to a basic learning routine to build proper technique, to quickly jump into learning your favourite songs and eventually writing your own music.
I have a variety of methods that I use: 1) go by the book 2) show and tell - chord progressions, theory and reading 3) tips for basic preparation for practice away from the lesson - what you do at home counts 4) mentoring - other musicians and song genres
I can teach you how I approach guitar. I can also teach you how to practice and create good learning habits. I can provide resources for you to improve to an intermediate level. I specialize in Jazz chords and technique.
I would start off by teaching my student(s) the basics of the fret board. Getting to know all open strings first, what the name and value of the fretted notes are. Also helping developing finger positioning exercises to form the first 3 or 4 basic chords and how to strum a basic chord progression. Basic ear training exercises like identifying intervals.
My teaching method is always based on the students desire. I will never ask you to learn something you don't care for, and having fun is the number one priority. If you want to learn simple chords or shred on the guitar, I can do that as well.
I am easy going, very communicative and want to make sure my students get the best experience possible. I don't want to teach them things that will never make them want to sing, or pick up a guitar (or bass guitar). I will tailor my music lessons specifically to my students and what they want to learn to ensure that they are happy, and want to keep advancing.
I will be using my Guitar pro 5 program to help teach my students how to play their favorite songs just as I did. It shows written music in all 3 different visual ways and highlights the timing to keep you on rhythm. I would start off teaching them open strings, names of fretted notes, basic chords and progressions.
I believe firstly in hands-on teaching. All my students have to have an instrument that they bring to a lesson, and we will practice and learn in real time. I don't mind sending students home with some homework, but only after they have sat with me and practiced some of the techniques.
I base classes on theory and practice. Music Theory is strait forward. Practice lessons are learning to play popular songs on guitar. The actual stage experience makes me a real thing compared to others. The classes are meant for beginners, intermediate and advance.
I teach guitar as a stress relieving tool. I insist my students block out the world and get lost in the realm of creation and diversity. Practicing and playing guitar is equivalent to meditation if done correctly.
My classes tend to be roughly half reading music and theory (including scales, key signatures, etc.) and half more hands-on learning of guitar techniques, popular songs, and things that are of interest to that particular student. Students learn to play songs, but also the way songs are constructed--and how to write their own or analyze others'.
I try to have some structure and have each lesson directly related to the final goal of learning the basics on guitar. i also dont mind just being there and helping out if you are learning your own personal songs from the internet.
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