My teaching methods are aimed towards sparking interest within the student for the subject matter, which includes relating it to their own experiences, and making it as fun and enjoyable as possible. Our job as teachers is to spark and foster curiosity in the students, and to make the education process feel meaningful for students.
As a teacher I have held a studio since 2012, and have studied the methodologies of Kato Havas, Paul Roland, and Mimi Zweig. I am also an accredited teacher in the Suzuki method, and have trained with Paule Barselou, and Dr. Katie Schlaikjer. I have completed violin and theory exams in the RCM method and I am able and willing to prepare students for these accreditations.
I'm a Suzuki-certified Violin teacher. I was trained with Suzuki trainers from around the globe (since 2008: Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, USA, Italy, Taiwan, Korea, and Switzerland). It's really nice to get trainers / teachers from different background, so I know quite few approaches and methods. In Bachelor, I've got a great Russian Violin professor.
The schedule of lessons depends on the goal and the level of the student. Usually, the beginning of the class will be focused on technique. This will allow the students to warm up before playing their repertoires. If students have the ability, the will be given an opportunity to perform at a recital, prior to their goal.
My teaching method is very holistic. I work with my students to develop five core elements in learning : Auditory memory, Visual memory, Kinesthetic intelligence, Musical intelligence, and integration of all of these to improve playing. My main goal is to help students reach their full creative potential, while learning to play in a relaxed manner, connected with their musicality.
These classes will be tailored for children and young adults, and will vary in technique, and process, depending on the progress and skill level of the student. I focus primarily on fiddle tunes and modern pieces, will review basic note reading, and do not discourage learning by ear.
I like to be able to look at different genres of music. Classical is really great because it helps understand the modern music we have today. As side from that, I believe that good technique on my instruments and good practice habits will allow one to progress the best.
Ma méthode d'enseignement consiste avant tout de recevoir des encouragements et à apprendre dans une ambiance positive. Aussi, pour apprendre à mes élèves la chanson, je leur joue une fois pour quil puisse avoir lair et un joue une ligne à la fois jusqu'à temps de bien la maîtriser avant de passer à une autre ligne.
I use Suzuki books for their repertoire, Strictly Strings, and Fiddle Works. I encourage note reading and aim to have the student play various songs quickly at the beginning. Form and playing the right way is also very important as it helps produce beautiful sound.
I teach the Suzuki method. I learned this way and I have a lot of confidence in the method. It is equivalent to the Royal Conservatory. However, I find that the progression is more fluid from beginner to advanced levels. The Suzuki method is based on learning by ear which is an incredible skill and will make picking up songs as well as other instruments much easier.
My teaching methods are based on the Suzuki methodology, which means a mix of technique building, sight reading and learning a variety of pieces from the Suzuki books that match your level of playing.
I'm very comfortable with all aspects of the current RCM and Suzuki musical syllabus,including teaching musical concepts such as duration,pitch dynamics,as well as performance and stage presence.
I leave homework and assignment for students, aim to inspire them sense of self control and responsibilities to practice.
I help you read the music, and get the good basics of violin and viola. Help read the music accurately.
Violinist has given solo and accompaniment for vocal artists
I offer classical and fiddle lessons. I use a variety of books. I like teaching from the Royal Conservatory Method. I teach beginner to intermediate students. I like to include theory, sight reading, technique and ear training into lessons as well.
I adjust my teachings depending on each student’s forces and weaknesses; I try to build up the weak points gradually into something better and I find pieces/exercices based on their strenghts as well.
I mainly use Suzuki method. However, I am teaching students in accordance with their aptitudes. I would base on their levels to design each lesson and adjust their learning pace. Students are always happy attending my lessons because my teaching style is engaging.
My teaching methods combines scientific knowledge of pitch, tone with the Indian standard of classification, understanding the basis of Indian music and violin's integration within it. It also will not deviate the traditional method of teaching south Indian music.
I've been doing music (flute, cell, piano and violin) since I'm 7 years-old. I've been in a special Secondary school allowing me to go to class on the mornings and do music on the afternoons. I went to the Conservatory of Paris' center for 10 years in flute, music theory, violin, chamber music, chorale etc.
Step by step reading music , theory , bow exercises , counting in diffrent logycal examples. Singing different siquence of beats and tunes .lots of exercises whithout bow . scales for good intonation and vibrato . explain how to recognize harmony and tunes and how to remember music sheet.
My methodology. Firstly, I am going to teach the student how the violin works and how to hold it, We are going to do some posture exercises due to posture is something fundamental when playing this instrument. Secondly, the student will be introduced to the musical reading so that the estudent will be able to learn how to play the instrument and at the same time will be able to read music.
With more than 14 years of experience in the music world, I can teach you in English and French the basics of violin and make you progress towards a more advanced level. The classes will be divided in 3 parts : the first for basic techniques , the second for rythm and control, the third for melodic interpretation. I can teach to starters in Montreal, I can go to your home or you can go to mine.
In learning the violin, fundamentals are extremely important. They stay with you throughout the years, and if learned poorly initially, can hinder your growth and development as an artist. As such, I like to mix in studies of basic technique with pieces that will challenge and inspire students, so they become well-rounded and motivated artists.
First I would make sure your technique is right, and to focus first on bow technique so that playing is easier. I recommend investing in a bow before a body for that reason, as all the control really stems from the bow for controlling the volume. This will include understanding the complex nature of the bow itself.
My classes are oriented for people who like playing the violin, who want to improve in a pleasant, easy and effective way, understanding what they do and end up standing for themselves with the violin. I combine theory, practice and research/innovation in the classroom.
Olivier Sandberg is a brilliant French Concertist Pianist from Paris. He was trained the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris under the mentorship of great musicians like France Clidat, Paul Blacher and Marc André. Over the last 15 years, he has combined his passion for teaching with his concerts as Solo pianist around the world.
The violin literally devours passion to those who begin learning. This passion motivates conscientious and applied study. That being said, the quality of the contact and the relationship between the pupil and the teacher make a crucial difference in favor of private tutoring. This is why I always try to find the encouraging point of view.
If you are looking for a violin teacher that can make you play with a smile, you have found her! My aim is always to make my lessons as inspiring as possible, to help my students overcome eventual difficulties and make divine music. Each term I organise a student concert in the Swedish Church in Paris. They are always a huge success! IMPORTANT: I only teach in my studio.
As a pedagogue and performer, I strive to approach music with creativity, energy, joy, and passion. Whether I'm on stage or with my students, I look to create an immersive atmosphere with personalized interaction, exploring a variety of styles, methods, esthetics, musical idioms, and historical periods. Violin lessons are available for every level and any age.
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