Piano and music theory lessons by highly-qualified teacher in South-West London to children (not younger than 5 years) and adults at all levels from beginner to advanced. I cater for both ABRSM students and anyone who wants to learn for pleasure.
‘Leave the lesson with a smile.’ I do not have one ‘teaching method’ as I believe as a tutor that is too restrictive. I draw inspiration from lots of things and am constantly looking to improve myself and add variety and depth to my lessons. I feel you shouldn’t restrict your student or try to send them down one path or restrict them to one method/style.
Piano lessons provided for all levels, in classical genre. Russian piano method used, however I try to fit the method to the needs of the student. Can find a common language with anyone and make learning piano enjoyable.
Apart from forming good posture and technique, Elena always includes student's favorite music, easy duets for two cellos or songs of any style, since she has extensive experience in making arrangements. Elena teaches students of all levels, from beginners to advanced.
For those who are starting in the world of music or for those who want to perfect the concepts of musical theory, harmony and improvisation for piano / keyboard / synthesizers or for any other instrumentalists and / or composers or non-musicians who want a better understanding for musical appreciation .
I was classically trained and wish to impart these skills to my students. That being said, many students aren't looking to learn Beethoven or Chopin and would rather focus on contemporary music. My method of teaching is structured around the needs and strengths of each student. I teach students to read sheet music as this skill is invaluable to all other aspects of music.
My teaching methods are simple; understand sound, feeling and rhythm. Learn the basics, take notes from the past and identify the defining influences accordingly, create a solid musically foundation, know your approach, understand and master technique, develop a unique style, create/express freely and with love.
My classes are based on teaching the students in a way that they are not bored. Making a friendly relation with them and also including a latest hit song based on that days lecture teaching. It helps you to stay away from depression and anxiety.
I teach music through Western music notations.My first approach for my student is to develop a strong sight reading knowledge and then the sound knowledge.
I entered the conservatory of Guimarães music at the age of 10 in the piano class. My first composition was in 1999, a year later I presented in concert several pieces of my own. Since then I gave several concerts. My teaching method is essentially scholarly based on an understanding of comprehensive music theory as a complement to the instrument.
The method that I learned growing up was Suzuki method, but I have expand the methods I teach to Piano Town. It's a very simple, to the point method from Keith Snell. Easy to learn and also teach! It's for beginners and intermediate. After that, I would teach my advanced students college level music.
With keyboard, I can cater to the musical interests of the student/parent with either classical or contemporary repertoire. Technically, I focus on achieving agility and accuracy through relaxation and weight distribution, so as not to exhaust or injure the player.
My approach is very personalized. I realize that every student has a different learning style and wants to accomplish different levels of skills. I can tailor lessons to suit your needs and skill levels whether it's to learn performance and songwriting skills, or to just be able to play for yourself.
I teach students of all levels, including children and adults. Some of my students learn for leisure while others prepare for formal exams, and I am happy to offer either service. I prepare structure lessons catered towards each individual to ensure they achieve their potential.
I am a friendly, enthusiastic and engaging music teacher and professional musician. I have 10 years of teaching experience of all ages and abilities.
Every person learns differently. My goal is to teach based on the individual's preference. I do believe that repetition is the mother of skill. I encourage my students to spend a good amount of time practicing as that is the best way to build muscle memory.
I am a friendly and dynamic teacher with love of music at the heart of my teaching but I am not afraid to push my pupils. I try to teach in a way that leads my pupils to explore, take risks and develop their playing independently.
At first I will set up a basic structure for student, and then I will estimate their learning speed to change plan. My teaching method depends on different aspects to adjust, including what method book they need to use , what gradient are they in, what learning speed they have and so on. When they achieve a special level, I will find some performance chance to motivate them.
I approach each lesson based on the needs and desires of the student. I am experienced with working with beginners as well as advance students. I prefer to show you how to play it first and then explain the theory after.
My goal as a teacher is to generate work colleagues, I want the student to be playing as soon as possible so that he can find his voice and sound through understanding the harmony and thus, achieve an independence, so that he can follow his path.
I am a first year student at the University of Leeds studying Fine Art. I have obtained my Grade 8 piano and Grade 7 violin along with doing GCSE and A-Level Music. I am a very lively and patient teacher and have had experience in giving piano lessons before.
I teach students as young as 5 to adult students of varying levels. I emphasize classical training, but I also have students learn composition, popular music, and beginning jazz based on what they're interested in. My philosophy is that piano lessons are for everyone, whether they want to be professionals or learn just for fun.
I am a seasoned musician in the art of making music. I teach beginner and intermediate levels because I like to work with those who have no bad habits in music it’s easier to learn than unlearn bad playing habits. My approach is simple. I go where the music takes us. Your individuality will determine your path in the music.
my name is john dussault im a young 66 and have given drum lessons for quite a while. my music education began around age 13, i took drum lessons at local music store for at least 3 years and studied theory and keyboards and played in rock bands as well as orchestras.
guitar lessons and singing at home by Singer, composer, performer (guitar teacher graduated at the National Conservatory of Buenos Aires) courses in French, Spanish or English. -All Styles (classical, rock, pop, metal, Latin, finger picking, etc.) -Work of rhythm and accompaniment -Initiation harmony and improvisation techniques. - Work of the ear - pieces of Study: riffs, solos, expression.
I love free style method, prioritise enjoying the music
I like to teach a combination of scales, pieces and theory and play listening or rhythm games to embed concepts. I like to play a range of popular and classic pieces depending on what direction the student wants to go.
My teaching method is to follow the AMEB standards but not exclusively using their publications. Catering for the individual and not pressuring students into exams. For piano I like to use Piano for leisure series but still use the standard technical work book.
MY TEACHING METHOD IS BY MAKING MUSIC AS A] AN INTERESTING PART OF OUR LIFE B] AS GIFT GIVEN BY GOD IN OUR LIFE FOR SPIRITUAL AND MENTAL PEACE ACHIEVEMENT. C] AS INTERESTING SUBJECT OR LANGUAGE OF COMMUNICATION TO LEARN TO MAKE OUR LIFE ENLIGHTENED WITH JOY & JOYFUL CAREER. I BASE MY TEACHING PLAN AS PER THE AGE, IQ OF THE STUDENT.
My goal is to make learning and playing music as fun as possible! When I was classically trained I found I often did not enjoy what I was playing. My aim is to help students play songs they know and love and blend that together with basic music theory. I have realized that when a student enjoys what they are playing, they are much more likely to stick with learning and playing.
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