Each student will be mentored according to their individual learning style. While recognizing their true potential and capabilities as a visual learner, a verbal learner, a physical learner, or for those who prefer using sound and music, their inspiration and talents will be nurtured so they are able to excel and succeed through a structured course of development.
In our first meeting, (which by the way is free), we will decide what your immediate concerns and goals are and come up with an achievable game plan that suits your daily routine. Inspiration and motivation comes from success, and vice versa. You will develop a deeper sense of discipline and use it for your own self improvement.
As a teacher, I like to find out the music goals of my student and design a plan to accommodate their wishes. In the case of school age children, I would discuss a suitable for them program with parents.
My first priority is getting to the heart of each student's strengths, weaknesses, and goals so that they can practice and perform as effectively and enjoyably as possible. From building foundations in rudiments and technique, to fine-tuning an audition or concert piece, I am committed to providing my students with the tools and guidance they need to play the most beautiful music they can.
I teach music and theory concurrently to help ensure students understand key concepts and ideas using a gradual progression of difficulty. Interspersed with regular lessons is the opportunity for students to pick what they'd like to do next such as for auditions, contests and concerts, or simply just for fun.
My main approach to teaching is based on positive reinforcement. Different people have different learning curves (i.e. some people learn fast while other learn at a more steady pace).
I use the authority, demonstrator and facilitator method. The demonstrator retains the formal authority role by showing students what they need to know. The facilitator promotes self-learning and help students develop critical thinking skills and retain knowledge that leads to self-actualization.
My teaching style is to create a program of learning that suits the students needs, goals, and wants. I am comfortable using any piano or music method, or can create one. I have a solid track record for students succeeding at RCM exams, however my focus is on helping students become musicians that love their instrument and can play a variety of musical styles.
My teaching methods is to start from the beginning and get a solid foundation before actual starting to play piano. This will make learning the piano faster in the long run. Patience is a virtue as learning a new instrument is like learning a new language.
I believe that every student is unique in their learning capabilities. I ensure that every lesson is tailored to their strengths as well as working on improving their weaknesses. I believe that every student's success is dependent on their willingness to learn and thrive in a safe and happy environment.
1-on-1 approach tailored to the needs of the student regarding technique and music understanding/interpretation. Capable of teaching how to both improvise and to read sheet music. Able to use the RCM material, prepare for exams, etc.
We will use different methods of music theory and practice. Music theory: reading, listening, writing and singing music.
My teaching methods revolve heavily around learning to read music and, in doing so, absorbing as much new material as possible. This is what allows students to advance quickly and to build up an ability that will continue to serve them throughout their life.
My methodology depends on the age of the student as well as his / her character, preferences, etc. I closely work with the techniques suggested by Royal Conservatory and add to them some individualized explanations, stories of classical music. I want my students not only played well but also knew the beautiful stories of creation, of different composers.
I like to take a patient and creative approach to teaching. Playing and learning an instrument takes practice, discipline, and time, but it should be fun and exciting. The learning environment should be positive, encouraging, and nurturing. Starting with note reading, and then progressing to chords and scales, learning the fundamentals right from the beginning is critical.
My teaching methods are assessing student's knowledge of subject matter, design topics, teach the theories from the basic tonic sol-fa, chords, practicalized what you have learnt, give an assignment and evaluate your learning at every stage. I have done this over and over and my students are able to appreciate how quick it is to start playing by ear.
I am familiar with the RCM curriculum, and hope to assist beginner to intermediate musicians. I hope to assist on topics many struggle with such as theory, sight reading, and ear training. One on one sessions will address issues you have been facing specifically, as well as group sessions which will focus on general issues which often occur.
I adjust my teaching method to my students needs. I try to balance all lessons with both music the students want to learn and conservatory material helping to create an atmosphere that encourages practice and enjoyment. Once the students advances we can add and adjust additional material such as theory and composition.
I acknowledge that every students learns a bit differently or a lot differently then the other students. I tailor each class to the individual and try to tap into their personal background in order to make sure that they understand the information and procedures completely.
I am excited to structure lessons according to the student's goals and needs. Beginners will learn to read music and become comfortable to playing notes on the keys, and enjoying the music. As the student progresses, we will learn how to break down a piece of music, and how to develop their own style and flair.
My teaching method is very simple and quick to grasp. I like to let my students understand fast and enjoy the lessons. My step by step approach to learning music makes it easy and interesting and encourages students to learn more.
I want to take you through what I've learned and find out what works for YOU.
- lessons are for children, teenagers, and adults. - lessons are given privately but can be given in a group if desired.
I firmly believe that everyone needs a solid grasp of the basic concepts. I strongly recommend my students to have a good understanding of scales and fingerings. I believe that starting with many short practice pieces is much better than a long, arduous music. I have a lot of patient with students and I am very encouraging.
I teach a comprehensive approach with rigorous detail starting from the ground up. I teach effective practice methods to achieve your goals. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced student I can lead you on the path to musical success.
I tailor my lessons depending on the student's need. I like to start the first lesson by getting to know the student and then organize the full lesson plan. I give beginner lessons for children and adults.
I teach Beginners Only. I teach persons between Level 1 or Grade 1 and Level 3 max or Grade 3 max. For piano or guitar your fingers must be big enough so minimum starting age is 5 years old. I teach the basics first: how to read music, technique, learning to play songs. I demonstrate and then have you perform exercises and songs during my class. I provide homework after each class for the week.
Teaching is fun. Yes, there are exercises but if we work on WHAT YOU WANT it should be fun. I create a detailed plan for your development and we check it regularly to modify it according to your progress.
I like to start with a fun piano course such as the Alfred's all in one piano method. Then I can add the RC repertoire if the student wishes to learn that method later on. I like to teach children and adults theory and music pieces on piano.
My teaching methods consist of theoretical practice, starting off lesson with some warm ups than moving onto general overview of piano piece that have been practiced. If we start off with a new piece than we will skim through the piece, eventually with the practice done than we will have to work on different sections of the piano piece.
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