BeatrizMusic and cello lessons in Antwerp - All levels and all ages.
Hello! My name is Beatriz. I am a Spanish cellist and I have just finished my Master Studies at the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp. Would you like to learn to play the cello? Do you want to improve your technique?Do you love music and you want to enjoy it as an amateur? It's time to prepare auditions?. The lessons are adapted depending on your level and your goals. I love teaching and I have 10 years of experience teaching children and adults.
Feel free to ask for more info. Let's do some music together!
MafaldaViolin Lessons: begginers, intermediate and advanced levels, all ages
I start playing violin when I was 5 years-old, and since then I never stoped. I thank my first teachers for passing me the entusiasm, passion and love for playing violin when I was a child.
So... I would love to pass the same feeling to my students, to have fun while playing violin and learning new music!
In my first years playing violin, I followed the Susuki Method (you can find more information about it here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suzuki_method), and I find it really interesting for begginers (till intermediate students), since it really gives good basis and also keeps the students motivated (because of the repertoire, of playing together...).
>Beginners: my idea is to introduce the student to Susuki Method, and to follow it after. If the student wants to pursue another Method, we can search together and see the best way to suit the student needs.
>Intermediate/Advanced: first, my idea is to see the level of the student, and what the student expects from violin lessons (just learning for fun, hobby; amateur-musian; guidance for study; prepare for auditions; concerts;...). After that, the programme and lessons should be develop according to student needs.
If possible I would also like to do group lessons (with all the students), because I find it really important to do music together and share experiences.
KapkaPiano lessons, theory, solfeggio, basic musical analysis
The focus in piano teaching is on technique, interpretation and theory for the advanced. These elements are included in a playful way with beginners. The attention in this process is focused on the individual specific wishes of the student.
AdamMusic Composition - Modern Classical composition for ensembles, orchestra, ballet, opera
I specalize in composing music for ensembles, soloists, and orchestra - with a Masters of Music Composition from the Koninklijke Conservatorum Antwerpen. My goal is to pass along knowledge and coach young musicians who wish to create their own music, either as a composer, or simply to stimulate their own performance practice.
I have a background of classical, folk, and various popular music styles including heavy metal, rock, pop, etc.
We can work through the development of your works, touching on relevant aspects of music history, and implementing them into your compositional practice.
LeonieViolin lessons in German, Portuguese or English for beginners and intermediate students
I started to play violin at a young age and never stopped since then. I would like to transmit my passion for music and violin to you.
With a beginner I would start with Suzuki and with an intermediate student I would adapt the program to her/his level. We can always discuss things together!
My schedule isn’t that flexible because I’m still studying but if you’re interested don’t hesitate and contact me and we can se if it works...
María PeláezCello lessons and music theory for all ages.
Do you want to learn to play the cello? You are not new to this field but you need reinforcement? So write to me!
I studied the Bachelor in Spain and the Master at the Conservatory of Antwerp. I can adapt to all ages. Courses in English French and Spanish. Let's go!! :)
AlanaBeginner & Intermediate Violin Lessons (Taught in English)
I have experience teaching violin to beginner and intermediate students for over 15 years in California, United States. I recently relocated to Antwerp and look forward to meeting new students who are interested in learning more about the violin.
A bit about myself - I began playing the violin at age 9. I am a classically trained violinist and have performed with orchestras, chamber groups, rock bands, and jazz groups. I have performed in venues including Carnegie Hall and Sydney Opera House. Though I never pursued violin performance as a university major, I continue to maintain my skill, teach, and perform regularly. I have a passion for music history, and would love to talk about it with the student if they are interested.
Please let me know if you have any questions!
MilicaPiano and Theory Lessons For Beginners and Intermediates
If you are interested in learning how to play piano, you’re in the right place! I would love to work with you and help you get to know the piano and music generally. I love passing on my knowledge and taking my time with students. I play classical piano for 12 years and it’s my major (and favourite) subject. The piano lessons would always include a little bit of theory that comes with the piano pieces we would do in the lessons itself. I can also give an extra theory lesson if needed.
If you’re interested please contact me!
Looking forward to working with you!
JoãoMusic Composition and Music Production. Learn how to develop your ideas.
I have a master degree in music composition at the Royal Conservatoire Den Haag. I have been working in music composition for 10 year. This is a class where you are going to learn how to work with your own composition ideas as well get acquaintance to new composition tools and approach.
This is open for different types of music approach:
- contemporary classical music
- electronic music production/Ableton (any style you want)
- Music for Cinema (theory and how to do mockups with samples)
-Generative Music (Using max/msp and reaktor)
DannySONGWRITING course with intensive and result-oriented methods
English Translation: contact me please
SONGS generally consist of chord and text lines. But where does that information come from and how do you make something out of nothing? How do you make that one great hIT or how strongly does your new song affect your love? Well, that's called "inspiration processing" and how does that work? Well, I'll tell you that in my course.
If you already play the guitar or piano, you are one step ahead. Your instrument is like a trampoline that offers you more options to go further and higher.
Most 'songs' are born at the craziest moments. A good songwriter his / her antennas are always open :-) and for some it is a continuous activity.
During my course I teach you through all sorts of tips and tricks (including: Travel Chord Duo Method - One Four Five and minor input - Key Word Designation and Relative Chord Progressions etc.) how you can achieve strong songs.
For me it is a daily activity and I have been writing all my life for others and sometimes for myself. All in all I have sold more than a million copies worldwide as an author / composer / performer. Is that little or is that a lot? I do not know. It doesn't interest me that much anymore.
I want to share my knowledge about how to write a song with motivated people who want to go further than just replaying others' songs. Whether they get stuck somewhere during composing and who are not afraid to seek advice.
Music is a life flirt. There are only two types of music: good and bad ...
Do you have a foundation of chords, do you want to know how to make a good song .....? Just book an hour to get started. That is the scan hour. Are we lying together and is there a click? If you book and I confirm, then you also know who I am and where I hide :-) Not satisfied after the first 'lesson'?
KatjaViolin lessons, music theory and history of music
Violinist born in Moscow, graduated from Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, Konservatorium Wien and Royal Conservatory of Brussels (with distinction), gives lessons of violin playing and solfege in english, german in the center of Brussels (Sablon) or in your place.
Muscovite violinist, graduated from the Moscow Tschaikovsky Conservatory, Conservatory of Vienna and the Royal Conservatory of Brussels (with distinction), gives violin lessons for children, adults and teenagers. Music lessons for children 1-4 years in the form of a small concert. Course in English, French, German or Russian. Course in the city center (Sablon) or at home in Brussels.
Raúl CicuéndezSaxophone lessons with professional saxophonist for all levels, children or adults. English, Español, Français
Professional saxophonist eager to teach and work to make the best of yourself!
Classes are for all levels, children or adults.
We follow a working method where you will develop in a continuous and deep way your musicality, way of playing, expressiveness and technique.
Raúl is a Spanish saxophonist who finished his MASTER DIDACTIC in 2018 in the Ecole Supérieure des Arts in Mons. Before, he also followed a MASTER of INTERPRETATION at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels (2015-2017) in the class of Alain Crepin and Simon Diricq.
He studied at the "Musikene" (Higher Conservatory of Music of the Basque Country) with Eric Devallon, Tomás Jérez, Antonio Felipe Belijar and Miguel Ángel Lorente.
Passionate about multidisciplinary artistic creation, he thinks of mixing all the arts in the same show as an aesthetic finality. This type of research has been observed in his project for his final master's recital in Brussels where he created a project based on Maslow's theory of human needs hierarchy where he mixes live, recorded music from the dance, light effects and effects under the name of "according to Maslow ..."
At the level of his career as a concert artist, he has played in different ensembles (solo, duet, trio, quartet, orchestra ...) and different countries such as Japan ("Suono Italia" 2010), Belgium (2016 Musiq3 Festival) ), Artonov Festival at BOZAR in 2016 ...), France (Dax 2011 chamber music festival) or Spain (Quincena Musical Music Festival 2015, Aste Nagusia 2015, Heineken Jazzaldia 2014, Kutxa Festival 2015, Intercentros Melómano 2010).