The practice of music theory I believe should be taught in conjunction with composition. Theory can be seen by students as extensive sets of rules and boundaries, however those boundaries exists as a canvas for creativity.
Depending on the level of the student, I really try to make sure that there is a basic foundation of knowledge on which we can expand upon. I use some method books as supplementary materials but mostly use a curriculum that I have developped over time.
My teaching methods are based on the writings of George Kochevitsky, and Sophia Rosoff, emphasizing ear training and efficiency in technique. My motto is "the simplest method is usually the best method.
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.
Adaptation to the individual needs of each student.
• Explained the basics and significance of music for the students • Developed a fun, relaxed, and creative learning environment and tailored lessons to each student's learning ability and individual interests, allowing each student to grow towards his or her full potential • Introduced students to diverse music styles
My teaching approach always considers the specific needs and experience of the student. From the basics in music theory and composition to more advanced subjects, I'll always make sure learning is structured and paced appropriately. You'll learn many of the theoretical aspects of theory/composition as well as growing your own unique approach to learning about and writing music.
Graduated in Bachelor's Degree in Music-Conduction by Unesp, he uses theoretical / historical / analytical musical concepts with a focus on performance. With experience in private lessons or preparatory course for entrance exams in music. The classes usually address various subjects (composition, analysis, history, technique, improvisation).
My teaching develops and nurtures basic music skills and artistic practices needed (on any instrument) to create original music. This can be explored either as an individual or as part of an ensemble.
I like to teach based on theory and immediate practice, material use of various sources from academic (conservatory) and popular (jazz) music. In the development of the course, we will look for the best methodology to teach the student the topic of interest.
I approach repertoires both concert and popular. My initial formation is classical western music, which ranges from baroque to contemporary. Currently, I develop arrangements for samba and choro on the piano. The methodology focus on student's goals. The techniques and contents to be taught depend on the repertoire. Each genre or style has its particularity.
My belief is that to be a well-rounded musician, and indeed a proper man or woman in general (let's face it, not all who study music would become professional musicians), one should not limit one's vision within just a subject of knowledge.
I am entitled in conducting, composition, music theory and theory, piano, DEA in musicology, postgraduate studies in composition and doing doctoral thesis in Education I offer both group lessons (hangout) and individual (face and online) at all levels. Accompany the student's learning as tutor and adapt to their possible targets (access to higher, postgraduate courses, etc.
Whether you have never taken classes before and want to learn the basics of singing for your hobby, or if you already have an advanced singing practice and are looking to progress on a particular point, these courses will allow you to meet your desires. musical and open to other horizons. The key is to find your own way of expression and the appropriate technique while keeping the joy of singing.
The Music Theory lessons I conduct are very flexible in regards to what each student wants to learn or needs based on the theory they are learning in school or other music classes. I am able to take them through the Music Theory course that AMEB offers, or even construct my own music theory lessons and course based on the interests of the student.
I customize my tutoring to the student's goals (i.e. improving grades, preparing for a music major, learning for the pleasure of learning). The first session will be to determine the best plan of action. I find students are most successful when they have one hour of tutoring every other week, but this will vary. For both music history and music theory, I use the standard textbooks for U.S. schools.
I am very patient teacher and I want my students to develop their musical knowledge through learning to basics and later advanced music theory. We will start with getting and understanding for the role of different instruments through different genres of music. I'm very happy to have suggestions from studies or song that a student or a parent wants me to focus on.
The working methodology will be adapted according to the needs. For example, if the student needs musical training for admission exams, we can arrange a meeting to set the goals, time and methodology most appropriate.
I teach by creating a low-stress environment where the student has complete control over the topics studied if desired. I frequently set tasks at 3 levels of difficulty that all use practical techniques. This encourages the student to engage and provide them with perspective in relation to real-life musical events.
I utilise practical methods within my teaching to keep students interested such as assessing students' progress through games and quizzes. Music can be a very hands on learning experience so I will take on an approach which involves teaching basic piano skills to help with chord identification and other elements of music.
Level of Classes for Material Science: High School to Doctoral (Material Science, Engineering Materials, Metallurgy related or any Mechanical Engineering Subject (optional)). Level of Classes in Maths: from initial to Intermediate. Level of Classes for Music: Any age (includes interested in Singing, Guitar and Harmonica).
A skilled composer/conductor with years of international experience offering high-quality music lessons. All abilities and all needs from beginner to conservatoire -Music Theory -Composition -Musicology -Conducting I am friendly bubbly with a wealth of experience gained from working and studying abroad.
I use a variety of methods in my work, this is a student led process of discovery. The first few lessons are spent discovering your learning style, this allows me to devise lesson plans that will encourage you to achieve the best you can. My students report I am a calm and patient teacher, adults and children enjoy the time they spend with me and are enthusiastic to come to their lessons.
I am a pianist with a ES bachelor. I in a musicology license. I give music lessons, piano, singing in Paris. My classes are adapted in relation to the levels of my students. I am patient and students learn very quickly.
I usually tutor 1 on 1 but also offer group sessions to make it more affordable and easier for some students. I focus on what the students is currently learning in class and help build ideas and explain concepts the student may struggle with.
CLASSES FOR FUN: Want to learn how to write a rock song? Pop lyrics? Tripping over getting a catchy melody? Let's have some fun and get creating together! IN DEPTH CLASSES: If you are a serious musician wanting answers! I like to comprehensively go into the whys, hows and ways in which music can be understood.
Highly qualified Pianist and teacher with experience also in singing and music theory (music schools, conservatory) gives piano lessons and / or music theory for all ages and all levels. Timely support for exams at the Conservatory: piano, music theory I can also teach at your place. Contact me now !!! Rates: € 20 1/2 hour, € 30 for an hour.
Just the way a song should be written is how I structure my tuition. We will delve first into The history of music and the music of Now. Then you flip the perspective and you analyse your own idea of the history of music, or should I say, how you perceive the history and movement of songwriting and how it has developed and evolved over time.
When teaching I like to identify which areas of the subject need to be looked at, then try to break it down to its simplest terms in order to fully explain from the ground up. Music theory can be regarded as a mathematical subject and I find that teaching it that way gets the best result.
My name is Arya. I was brought up in a musical family and since then fallen in love with the subject. I play and teach the Flute. I hold a Grade 5 in it. I also, teach music theory. The methods I use are The Orff Method. Which is a way to teach music by engaging the mind and body. I also teach with The Suzuki Method. I am patient but am always expecting improvements in my students.
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