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Hallo, Ich komme aus Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, und spiele Gitarre sehr gern! Deutsch: Von Anfänger bis University student, Ich kann dir E-Gitarre, Akustische Gitarre, oder Ukulele beibringen. Entweder ein paar Akkorde um deine Lieblingslieder zu spielen oder durch komplexerer Themen wie Jazz harmony. Ich lehre gern auch Musiktheorie/Komposition, also wenn du Theorie Nachhilfe oder Vorbereitung auf Universitätsprüfungen brauchst, dann kann ich dir damit auch helfen! Englisch ist natürlich meine Muttersprache, aber ich würde gern auch auf Deutsch unterrichten! English: From beginner to university student, I can teach you electric guitar, acoustic guitar, or ukulele. Whether it's just a few chords to play your favourite songs or through more complex topics like jazz harmony. I also like to teach music theory / composition, so if you need theory tutoring or preparation for university exams, I can help you with that too! With 16 years of guitar playing experience and Bachelors Degree in Jazz & Contemporary Popular music, I've had the opportunity to play Jazz, RnB, Folk/Singersongwriter, Bluegrass, Funk, Heavy Metal, Rock. From Jazz Bigbands and Musical Pitbands, to accompanying singer songwriters, to playing solo guitar concerts. I know how the guitar fits into many different types of ensembles and with many styles of music. I'm now studying a Master of Jazz Composition and Arranging at KUG in Graz and I love to help others understanding complex musical theory and how it can be used to write new music! I love writing music for Bigband, Classical Chamber ensembles, and small jazz ensembles as well as for singer-songwriters. English is of course my mother tongue but I would be happy to teach in German as well!
Jazz music · Music theory lessons · Guitar
Guided improvisations /// music theory /// songwriting and arrangement /// home recording Individual lessons /// partner lessons /// group lessons (max. 4 people) Group discount by arrangement /// social tariff by arrangement Do you feel like, ... ... to accompany yourself on the guitar and play well-known pop and folk songs? ... to get a taste of music styles such as jazz, blues and folk? ... to learn something about music theory or maybe reading sheet music? ... take part in rhythmic workouts and sometimes groove in odd time signatures? ... just to improvise and sometimes to make music with effects? Then just write me a message and tell me briefly what you would most like to learn. We will surely find a way how we can organize the lessons together and make music with a lot of joy and serenity. I see the educational work as a constant learning process that takes place on both sides. In my opinion, with pure knowledge transfer you only get to a very clearly defined and unfortunately rigid point. Understanding is the exciting thing and not the fact. And for a clear understanding you need patience and a lot of joy in development processes. Maintaining long-term motivation for precisely such processes is probably the most difficult, but for me also the most exciting and most satisfying aspect of teaching. This is particularly important for making music together. Often you practice alone and it can happen that your head hangs down or you stare at the fingerboard or at the sheet music. However, we not only need open ears, but also an open attitude to make music together. Every drummer will play “tighter” when the bass player gives him / her a smile. The whole band will “pop” the stop at the end if they are looking forward to it at the beginning of the song, are relaxed and anticipate the stop together. It is therefore important to me to promote internal communication within the band. The development of a sound technique based on selected exercises is part of my teaching from the start. Precision as well as good posture and the sensitization and development of a good body feeling are very important to me. Feeling free and stable and gaining a multitude of possibilities for movement and expression guarantees fun and varied making music together. Above all, my wealth of experience in a wide variety of warm-up exercises, which I have learned through many sports in sports clubs since my childhood and later expanded in yoga as well as strength and fitness courses, helps me. I see improvisation as a natural way to explore new things and enable learning processes that are based on trusting one's own intuition. She is there from the first music lesson and helps to strengthen self-confidence and belief in one's own abilities by making everyone involved an active part of creative processes. The extensive knowledge that I have acquired in numerous musical projects during my time at Porgy and Bess and also in areas unrelated to the music industry (community service, social and learning care, childcare) are a priceless treasure that helps me cool in any educational situation Keeping your head, dealing flexibly and improvisationally with unforeseen challenges and always maintaining a respectful and appreciative approach. Keeping an eye on the needs of everyone involved is very important to me and nothing gives me greater pleasure than the success of my fellow human beings.
Bass guitar · Guitar · Children's music
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Come have fun at the piano! [English, français, Deutsch] (Vienna)
It was so nice experience! He tried to teach a lot of things in lesson time. I could learn how to control my finger and arms. thank you so much!
Review by HYEIN
Piano lessons for children, teenagers and the like Adults in Salzburg (Salzburg)
Super professional and friendly piano teacher.
Review by SANDRA