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13 music theory lessons teachers in Canada

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Stefan - Toronto, 08C$42
Trusted teacher: Stefan was born in 1992 in Struga, Macedonia, and started playing the accordion at the age of 7. He studied accordion performance at the Music High School DMU "Todor Skalovski – Tetoec" from 2007 to 2011. He continued his accordion performance studies at the Academy of Music, Dance, and Fine Arts in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, graduating in 2015. In addition to classical and variety music, he also studied Bulgarian folk music. Since September 2015, he has served as an accordion teacher at the Music High School. Throughout his education, he has had regular performances both as a soloist and as a member of chamber ensembles at various concerts, festivals, and competitions. He has also actively participated in judging panels at numerous competitions at the republic, national, and international levels. His students frequently perform at concerts and important events, achieving numerous accolades at both national and international accordion competitions. Stefan also leads his own band, which specializes in performing Balkan folk music, and has performed at numerous festivals and private parties. Teaching Style I am an experienced, friendly, and patient accordion teacher. I offer lessons in classical, variety, and traditional folk music from the Balkans and Southeast Europe, including Macedonia, Bulgaria, and Serbia. I have extensive experience teaching both children and adults of all ages. The content of my didactic program includes: • Posture improvement • Finger positioning in songs • Touch and expression • Technical optimization, including both generic techniques and specific techniques for the right and left hand • Proper usage of the bellows • Agility and technical performance enhancement • Selection of the best songs to build an impressive repertoire • Finger-strengthening exercises, and more My main goals as a teacher are: • Encourage my students to be independent and creative. • Establish effective and quality practice habits for my students. • Teach musical interpretation and analysis. • Focus on conveying emotions and storytelling through music by emphasizing expression and dynamics. • Assist students in overcoming stage fright and building confidence during performances in front of an audience. • Foster student participation in ensemble performances, guiding them to play in synchronization with other musicians. Feel free to reach out if you're interested in learning the accordion in a supportive and comprehensive learning environment.
Accordion · Music theory lessons
-- I also teach in english -- My lessons are for anyone wishing to approach the piano in a personalized way, regardless of the style and level targeted. I divide my teaching into equal parts between theory (melody, harmony and rhythm) and practice (all pieces of your choice), the aim being to offer you a grid of global understanding of writing and musical interpretation. I start from the principle that you have to have fun from the start, while looking for a high level of autonomy. -- About me -- Having grown up abroad (in the Central African Republic then in Saudi Arabia), I had the chance to learn the piano through an eclectic teaching. In particular, I was a student of Gulmira Abdukhalikova, a Kazakh concert artist now based in Abu-Dhabi, who made me progress by applying the famous "Russian method". At 13, I won 3rd place in the International Piano Competition of Île de France at Maisons-Lafitte. At the end of my adolescence, I participated in the Big Band of the Children of Jazz, within the framework of a festival organized each year in Barcelonette by Stéphane Kochoyan (who was also, at the time, artistic director of the Jazz Festival in Vienna). Subsequently, I set sail for Canada where I lived for six years. I co-animated several Open-Mics of poetry, as a pianist-improviser, and I produced two albums: "Fragments" (2018) and "Echoes of space-time" (2019), the latter having been 100% improvised and recorded "one-shot" in the studio. At the end of 2020, three years after having started giving piano lessons in Canada and France, I publish "The method of the self-taught pianist" as well as my own sight-reading manual.
Piano · Music composition · Music theory lessons
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Emma - Montreal, 10C$52
Trusted teacher: Graduated from a Diploma in Musical Studies mention A + from the Jacques Thibaud Conservatory in Bordeaux (France) and a master's student in piano interpretation at the University of Montreal, I have been working as a piano teacher for four years now. I teach piano and music theory to all types of profiles, children, adolescents or adults ranging from a beginner level to an early 3rd cycle level. During my musical journey, I tried to feed my knowledge in the service of instrumental practice and pedagogy. During my lessons, we will address subjects that are essential for me such as the right position on the piano, the flexibility of the game, stress management, body relaxation and of course, interpretation. My pedagogy is based heavily on this last point so that the student can stand out musically and find his own language while respecting a correct interpretation. I work every day to find a playful side to the instrumental practice for the youngest while instilling in them the theoretical and technical bases which they will need to develop their game. I obtained a degree in Music Studies at the Conservatoire Jacques Thibaud in Bordeaux (France) with a Mention of High Honors, I am a student in Musical Interpretation at the University of Montreal and I've also been teaching piano for the last 4 years. I teach piano and music theory to any type of profiles, from kids, teenagers to adults with level skills that can go from beginners to confirmed players. Throughout my musical path, I've tried to increase my knowledge and expand it thanks to a lot of practice and pedagogy. In my courses, we will see things that I find essential such as the good position on the piano, the flexibility of your hands, how to deal with stress, the relaxation of the body and of course, interpretation. My pedagogy is mainly based on this point to make the student musically shine, find his own musical language but with a right and harmonious interpretation. I work everyday to try to find playful ways to teach the youngest students without forgetting to teach them the technical and theoretical basis they will need to develop their skill.
Piano · Singing · Music theory lessons
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Extremely PATIENT, graduated, experienced accordion teacher. Offering lessons for Classical, Variety, Balkan folk music (ONLINE) (Toronto)
So far my son has had just one lesson with Stefan, but he has already demonstrated an excellent demeanor, especially important for working with a child who is just beginning! He is very patient and encouraging thus far. Overall, he is a very good instructor for our situation! Update: My son has taken lessons from Stefan for about a year now and we could not be happier with him as an instructor! He is truly a great teacher for a child who is just getting started and well worth the cost!
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