I teach students in electro level in Music different technniques finger style in violin and rare art konnakol which is nowadays extint it is nowadays one hand numberd.
I will teach u about vocal music. My keyboard will help us properly.
My teaching session is consist of both theory and practical classes Exam oriented and AIR grade oriented.
I will be played violin in last 3 years back.completed my graduation in b.music.a well known violin player . I will be teach 16 members above students in my career.iwll show different techniques and toughts.
learning violin from past 10 years and giving concerts and shows in my locality while studying civil engineering giving techniques in violin and guiding got diploma in music(violin) from andhra university giving concerts in kakinada and other places too as acoompanying
Hi ! I propose musical lessons : violin and theory for children, adolescents and adults: beginners, intermediates, advanced students and viola lessons for beginners. I'll adapt to needs and goals of each one, thereby varying the method and style. If you do not have a violin, I can offer to you an instrument in class. I also speak spanish, french and also a bit of german.
I offer reinforcement classes for students of advanced level, preparation of undergraduate entrance exams, preparation of national and international competitions, preparation of entrance masters and doctorate exams to international schools.
A good technique comes with a healthy posture and physical/mental well-being and this is my number one priority in the lessons. My teaching material is adaptable depending on the age/level of the student. I shape a progressive repertory depending on the preferred style of music. Each lessons includes a listening session and I briefly teach music history to develop my student's musical awareness.
Hello, I am an American violinist, and offer violin lessons for all ages and levels. Before coming to France, for 6 years in New York I gave many private lessons and also directed a class of young violinist beginners in a private school. As a teacher, I am there to help my students convey the music as best they can.
I can offer intensive (or regular) courses adapted to your specific needs and interests, no matter what your level. Perhaps weekly lessons are not convenient for you and you would like a crash-course to get started, or you would like to establish a method that could allow you to be a self-sufficient learner.
My name is Adam William Phillips and I have been tutoring Violin, Fiddle and Viola for several years. Students describe me as Collaborative, Friendly and Inspiring. (concealed information) - Which subject(s) do you teach? I have the privilege of teaching classical violin, viola and music theory beyond Grade 8 Trinity and ABRSM. I also tutor beginners piano.
My teaching philosophy is that learning the cello is more than getting trained technically in cello, but it is also important to develop the ability to think and sense music in a broad perspective. Thus, all lessons contain a bit of music appreciation, historical background of the piece to be learned and notions of music theory, all according to student's needs and desire.
I meet students for free for the first time to determine their level and expectations. Once the subject or problem has been identified, I prepare the courses tailored to the student. I do not use a particular method because I believe that every student is different and he needs a very unique approach adapted to the music.
I'm a London based violinist performing solo, chamber and orchestral music around Europe. Orchestras I have worked with recently include London Philharmonic Orchestra, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra. I have many years of experience teaching students privately of all ages and abilities.
My teaching starts from you! I want to know what your aim is and guide you towards it. I will suggest you which exercises I think are best to target your needs in order to get you to the best results without wasting time and efforts elsewhere.
I'm a passionate and highly experienced violinist, tutor and workshop leader with 25 years of experience as performer and 30 years of experience in teaching violin and piano. I’m highly qualified with a Bmus, various postgraduate diplomas and a MA. My key aim is to balance a comprehensive training of instrumental and musical skills with the joy of music making.
I am a friendly teacher working in the York area, where I am currently taking on new students. I prioritise making sure my students enjoy their lessons and the instrument they are learning and my aim is to suit lessons to each individual. As well as teaching individuals of all ages, I am also happy to teach in small groups, for instance, siblings or friends learning together.
My way of teaching is based on a selection of different methods, combining the traditional and the alternative, in order to transform the learning into something pleasant, to include in its practice repertoire chosen together with the student.
My students have been of all ages, from children to adults. Depending to the level, I manage to bring out the best of my students using teaching methods that best suit each personality I work with, in a way that positive results are quickly obtained.
Training: Superior Course of Instrument - UNESPAR Private violin and viola lessons for students of all levels. Use of main methods of violin and viola. Program of studies and concerts personalized for each student. Scholarly and popular repertoire. Collective String Teaching - This course is aimed at students who want to learn violin from scratch. No prior knowledge required.
My teaching method depends on the student. A private lesson may start out with playing pieces in slow tempos and focusing on the styles and rhythms a student may be having trouble on. As we improve, the tempo increases bit by bit depending on the student's comfort level.
I like to use lots of methods in my teaching including: Suzuki Paul Rolland Kodaly I use stickers with young children and activity books for theory. I try and make lessons as fun yet informative as possible. I expect a lot of my pupils and they should be rewarded with good progress.
I am an experienced violin and viola teacher. As a professional musician it's very important for me to work as a teacher and to be able to nurture the skills and talent of young musicians. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Viola, Violin, Chamber Music. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I enjoy teaching violin and viola at all levels - from absolute beginner to advanced. I am on track to graduate in July with a 1st class music college degree as a violinist, with modules in viola playing, and have also Grade 8 in singing and music theory.
My lesson structure depends on the age and experience of the child. Instilling the correct playing technique is very important to me for future development of the children. I understand that lessons and practice should be something fun and that they want to do, so lessons will maintain a fun and positive atmosphere always.
My philosophy is based on a calm and relaxed approach to the instrument, with as much alleviation of tension as possible. The foundations are worked on before we attempt anything complicated. I like students to really use their ears when playing, and encourage self-reflection and observation. Improvisation plays a big role, which should also add the element of fun.
I try to combine tried and trusted teaching methods with the use of modern technology to provide lessons which appeal to a wide range of students. I try to take a flexible approach and tailor teaching material to the individual, in order that they can find their own method of expression.
I teach everyone from absolute beginners to fairly advanced students tackling real repertoire. However, in the early stages I tend to prioritise general musical skills such as playing in time, copying rhythms and learning to read notation.
I adapt my methodologye to the profile of the student but I am very careful about the acquisition of good technical bases. Having learned music theory at the same time as the instrument, I often do this with my students since I think it's the most effective and fun way to learn about music.
My teaching method depends entirely on the student! My own musical upbringing was very structured and technique-focused; a path I'm happy to show to students who are interested in putting in the required effort. Whatever the student's goals are, long-term or short-term, I try to focus on maximizing personal practice time.
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