I am very detail-oriented, patient and flexible. I base my classes on four core principles that I believe are necessary for a positive learning environment: 1. Making sure we're enjoying ourselves and growing at the same time. 2. Making sure we're both learning from each other, as a student and as a teacher. 3.
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.
As a pianist and a teacher, it is important to assess the abilities of each individual student and to be attentive their particular strengths. It is valuable to allow for each student to develop the necessary tools to achieve their desired goals.
My teaching style is based on creating a synthesis of the student's skills and identity as an artist with the conventions of interpretation of the music they play.
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 like to tailor my teaching towards the individual student. I base my lessons on the goals of the student. While the goal is to facilitate learning music theory, I like to teach that through any style. Lesson length depends on the need of the student.
My teaching methods are ideal for beginner to intermediate students looking to learn basic theories and techniques in an informal workshop style in order to learn and play basic pop repertoire as well as any other styles they are interested in.
Depending on your level, I will direct you with relevant and formative material such as the royal conservatory method, etc.
Let’s start with what you like, and get to know your music style so that I can customize my teaching to you.
I evaluate each student's abilities and goals in order to design a personalized study plan and select repertoire that is simultaneously instructive and enjoyable. My extensive experience working with all kinds of students allows me to adapt to everyone's needs, making my lessons consistently encouraging and productive.
For the students who want to learn piano as an interest, I am going to them the basic music theories and reading skills. For the students who want to learn piano as a profession, I am going to teach them in a professional way.
My teaching is focused on helping my students reach their goals with healthy playing and practicing techniques. I work with classical students from beginner to advanced, and contemporary/pop students who want to develop their reading, playing by ear or improvising. My lessons are personable, professional and centered around the students' needs.
I like to give lessons to children and I have always chose this category because I know how to deal with children and I can relate to children while teaching them so they can learn fast and with a bit of fun.
I do not believe in methodology.
My classes are well structured and I have flexible hours. A typical class would be divided into segments composed of the various important aspects of musical education. The class would start with music theory, giving the student the basic principles of music upon which to build, followed by technical drills, and ending with applying this knowledge to the pieces of music the student will learn.
All ages - all levels Excellent teaching techniques Learning piano is not only playing but also be able to interpret the music
I work with techniques that force you to visualize results, focusing on the function not the result. This way, the result is replicable.
I catter my courses depending on the needs of the person. I like to start the first lesson getting to know the student first, their interests in music and their strengths; to then organize the full lesson plan.
Concentration on RCM & ABRSM exam. Improvised accompaniment . Flexibility in piano textbooks. I teach music theory while playing lessons.
I use a "question leading" method as my main teaching methodology. Students are encouraged to ask questions relating to piano/keyboard/music. And the class will be tailored towards what they want to learn for individual students. For beginners, my teaching will be focusing on establishing a strong foundation both technically and musically. It is essential to start on the right path.
I am a very punctual, responsible and patient person. I am looking forward to any new opportunity in piano teaching. Right now, my primary focus is giving lessons to beginner piano students as I have just obtained my Bachelor’s degree in Music and am new to teaching.
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.
I like giving lectures to students and presenting examples of the taught material. I particularly enjoy the more collaborating, interactive method of asking students to put in practice the taught material.
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.
My teaching methods combine what I learnt from Italian bel canto, Vienna vocal techniques, and New York Broadway singing skills. I teach with imagination, anatomy, and body moves and gestures depending on each student's need and what helps most to achieve the goal as well as successfully exploit the technique required at the moment.
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Perfect! Kiana is an excellent piano teacher. She is very competent, knowledgeable, friendly, patient, professional and extremely nice. She adapts the class based on your interest, level, and how you learn. She has a lot of experience teaching and of course...
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