My enthusiasm for children and music as well as my knowledge and proficiency in music pedagogy would serve as an asset to you. I structure each lesson based on the student's individual goals.For those interested in studying classical music, lessons generally include Repertoire, Studies, Technique, and Ear training.
Lesley Andrew - Philosophy of pedagogy Teaching is my passion. I feel it is my responsibility as a pedagogue to impart the knowledge, skills and information needed for students to pursue and accomplish goals, while leading each student to feel comfortable, safe and confident in the learning setting.
I structure each lesson based on the student's goals and interests. I usually focus on Repertoire, Studies, Technique, and Ear training to prepare for the RCM exams but I am also happy to work on any particular styles of music students may be interested in such as pop music. For music theory, I teach Basic, Intermediate and Advanced Rudiments.
My teaching methods are based on each student. I evaluate what their needs are and what level they are at. I will start with the basics and then add on at a speed reasonable for the student. I let the student pick the type of music they wish to sing/play but can help them make selections as well.
I will see my students at the first time, then I will think about the best way to educate them, to make them understand and learn as fast as possible. Also, they will have fun and feel relax during my lesson.
I am quite flexible with the repertoire a student would like to follow, and am able to support the student in whichever direction they would like to go. For aspiring classical musicians, I usually point them towards the Royal Conservatory Program and work towards mastery and understanding of the works presented.
My teaching methods are very flexible. A typical class would involve a steady progression through lessons to ensure that the base material is learned so it can be expanded upon later with future lessons. These classes are meant for beginners to intermediate learners.
These classes are meant for the young learners interested in becoming new musicians. I am not teaching how to play an instrument, but if you are struggling to learn how to read music or music theory that I can help with.
Everybody has there own sound let me help you find yours. Weather a beginner or a Clapton we can all advance in music theory and method. With practise practicing and some practise we can have you playing any song you'd like.
During the lessons, I keep the subject matter fun and relevant to the student by focusing on what the student wants to learn and then applying it to broader musical concepts such as technique, theory, improvisation.
My teaching style is to keep lessons light and fun while ensuring students are engaged and effectively grasping concepts through a variety of games, examples and any other additional elements which allow the student to relate to the material better.
My teaching method is to be more calme and relatable. I try to teach using some interesting points where the student won't be bored. I try to make it fun and appealing by inco-operating modern music and styles in my lessons.
The used by The Sistem in mi country. We says "learn to play playing". Is the way I've used since I was child for play and teach. More than 15 years of experience teaching, all levels, beginners and proffesionals, I can prepare you in all repertory for orchestra and solo.
I use the RCM syllabus for the basis of my lessons. It progresses at a good pace for most students. If you are more into playing pop for fun, we can do that too! Again, RCM has a great pop selections list for piano that I suggest working from once we get to that level. Guitar classes always start out with note reading to help you learn the fret board.
My methodology is child centre and project method of teaching. I create a unique competition among the students in my class. A class of O'level students. I am academically and professionally qualify as a Music Teacher, because I teach with full of passion.
My aim as a music teacher is to guide and nurture the music and personal development of my students and make learning about music rewarding and fun. Learning a musical instrument promotes dedication, stamina , ability to solve the problems and a sense of achievement.
My technique is simple since I go with the conviction that every person can be taught if we apply the right method. This means discovering firstly, how the child perceives information received and transmit by hearing, seeing and touching, which are the three educational senses.
Thank you for visiting my page! I am an experienced concert pianist with a great passion for teaching. Whether you are amateur or professional, beginner or advanced, I would be very happy to share my musical knowledge with you. With over 2500 hours of teaching experience, I offer a very flexible method, which adapts to the particularities of each student.
My teaching methods are interactive and fun. I enjoy using technology as a learning tool and to encourage student learning and engagement. I use questioning techniques, interactive co-operative learning through visuals, projects and hands-on lessons.
I believe in allowing a student to guide their own learning. This means that I am flexible to work with a student to provide them with the most rewarding and engaging education to truly foster a passion and appreciation for music. I believe in strongly encouraging a student to become as devoted to practice and learning as they can be, in the ways that will best suit themselves.
My teaching methods are based on the class level of student, very flexible timeings according to students students always enjoy the class
I like to let the student pick the song they’d like to play, as they’ll enjoy playing a song of their choice rather than one picked for them. I also find patience is the key to success with a student. It’s important to me that the student isn’t nervous or afraid of their teacher.
I have a student-centered approach to teaching, focused on implementing a personalized curriculum to best meet the student's needs. I am an energetic and passionate musician, and I always focus on encouraging and motivating my students. I believe in setting goals but also teaching at the student's pace.
Lessons in my studio are centered around what daily practicing should look like at home - technique, ear training, theory, and pieces. It is important that a student is able to comprehend all of these subject areas, and practice them daily in order to succeed. Depending on what level of experience a student may have, lessons are always tailored to each individuals needs.
My teaching method is based on a confidence and reliable method. Always learning to play with fun and musical friendly environment (French children learning method) The music learning process always needs time, dedication, and much learning dedication. Let me help you going though it with my experience in a self-learning guided technique.
I am a graduate of the University of Toronto with a Bachelors of Music, and have over 12 years of experience playing the flute.
I suggest: 1) Private Piano lessons for children, adults, all ages and all levels, based on a custom musical followed : Discovery - methodical Learning - Development - Concert at the end of the year 2) Coaching comedians and actors (piano) For example, I was Professor of Piano actor Romain Cottard in the preparation of the play by Yasmina Reza, "How do you tell the game".
Hello, formed in a Russian school at Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatory (piano, composition) and actually pursuing studies at the Paris Conservatory in the class of composition, I offer piano lessons, music theory, music composition for people of all ages and levels . I can help you in many areas: listening, intonation, theory, writing, composition, orchestration and improvisation.
Eric graduated from the National Conservatory of Paris (1st prize and diploma of Master Artist and winner of the third cycle of over 20 National and International Competition), gives piano lessons for all levels and all ages, amateurs or professionals. Very nice and patient and adapts to any level. Street rocket (11th) on a grand piano.
Natalia, student of VII semester of the race of Piano of the Faculty of Music of the UNAM. He teaches piano lessons to children 3 years of age and older, adolescents and adults. Children and people with learning disabilities, nervous or shy.
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