Popular music and contemporary performance (UK syllabus)
Entry level lessons teach about rhythm, melody, harmony, duo play, replay, music listening and ear training, music notation and sight-reading. Learning depends on your life experience and abilities. You can learn some days, some others may develop skills some years. Leaners can continue studies in a music school or studio. Musical literacy is the reading, writing, and playing of music, as well an understanding of cultural practice and historical and social contexts. Kopli is famous for bohemians and fine art. Young musicians can rent a music studio for free of charge at the youth centre.
Piano lessons in Tallinn! I will help you to reach your dreams!
My name is Matleena and I’m a classical pianist from Finland, living in Tallinn. I have a Master’s degree from the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre and I have been teaching piano since 2012. I love teaching, meeting new people and sharing music with the world. I teach students of all ages and I’m always looking for creative ways to make the learning experience interesting. Learning piano can add so much value to one’s life and it’s never too late to start. I will adjust the lessons to every student’s needs and wishes. Don't hesitate to contact me and ask for more information if you or your children are interested in learning to play the piano!
Learn Composition, Music Theory / Harmony / Solfeggio
Music is in the origin of human history and is one of the oldest form of art and communication. It is the fundament of our culture, of ourselves. Only through music, we as the human race could evolve. Let's learn how to write music by becoming familiar with harmony, solfeggio, counterpoint. Andrea was born in Latina in 1996. His interest in music began as a child thanks to the influence of his uncle self-taught musician. The fascination of creation and musical production led him at the age of 13 to begin studies of Composition (under the guidance of Maestro Alberto Meoli) and Classical Guitar (with Maestro Giuseppe Gazzelloni and Maestro Marco del Greco) at the "Ottorino Respighi" conservatory in Latina. During his studies he has participated in numerous masterclasses with composers such as Leo Brouwer, Richard Causton, Toshio Hosokawa, Danny Elfman. In 2018 he participated in the annual composition course held by Giorgio Colombo Taccani as part of the LeAltreNote festival. His works have been performed in several European countries by artists such as Ensemble Fractales (Belgium), Birmingham Contemporary Music Group (United Kingdom), Estonian Police Wind Orchestra (Estonia), Fabrice Pierre (France), Stefano Parrino, Stefano Di Loreto (Italy ),... Among the awards obtained: 3rd prize at the Wolfgang Jacobi competition in Trossingen with “Cinque Miniature” for alto saxophone and accordion; 2nd prize in the Musica Nova competition (M ° Ennio Morricone jury director) in Latina with “I am vertical” for ensemble and soprano; O / Modernt Music Award in 2020 in Stockholm with “Ein Körnchen Sands” for mezzo-soprano, cello and piano; audience prize in the Tärkav Vask.ID competition in Tallinn with the piece "Śūnyatā" for wind orchestra; finalist in January 2021 in the Musequal competition in Helsinki with "Le vrai vert de l’ésperance" for violin, cello and piano. He is currently completing a master's in composition with Helena Tulve at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theater in Tallinn, Estonia.
Piano classes with focusing on music theory and history
Playing an instrument is not just about pushing buttons or bowing. It is also about how you do it. You can not play a piece perfectly unless you know it's highs and lows. To play a piece, you need to know it theoretically and historically. And I'm here to teach you how a piece should be done on a piano. If you are more interested in knowing a piece than just playing it, I'm your guy.
Piano lessons - music theory and harmony - for any level
I teach for all levels, from children starting from zero to students who want to prepare certifications at the Conservatories, passing through amateurs or simply curious of any age. I firmly believe in the importance of knowing how to read music and this is exactly what I teach first, obviously adapting the method to the age of my students: knowing how to read music is knowing one more language, which, if learned well, won’t ever be forgotten (like riding a bicycle!) and it is an invaluable wealth. Starting from that point I teach the position of the hand, the arm and the whole body at the piano, the fundamentals of the piano technique (giving great importance to the percussive movement of the finger and the distribution of weight), the understanding of musical language, the expression of the personality through the keyboard, the search for touch and knowledge of piano repertoire.
vocalist and vocal trainer including Carnatic music
Music is considered as a gifted art and I am here to support those gifted talented persons to bring the best out of them. Here I am going to train the voice and basic vocal techniques which are used in singing. By this you will be able to sing well without any struggles. Here we will discuss about the basics of music and especially the breath and other techniques that are used in western as well as in Carnatic music.
Piano Lessons for All - From Beginner to Virtuoso: Your Comprehensive Piano Journey
Hi future piano students! I am an Official Steinway and Sons Educational Partner, award-winning pianist who has performed at Carnegie Hall, and won over 40 first prizes in competitions. I have studied and graduated Bachelor's and Master's in piano performance and education at the Academy of Arts Novi Sad, and Florida International University in Miami. I have also had the privilege of studying with many famous professors at the Juilliard School, Royal Academy of Music, Franz Liszt Academy, and many others. I am passionate about teaching piano and helping students of all levels reach their full potential. I believe that everyone can learn to play the piano, and I am committed to providing my students with the tools and support they need to succeed. Here are just a few of the things you can expect from my piano lessons: Expert instruction: I have a deep understanding of piano technique and music theory, and I am able to provide my students with expert instruction. Personalized attention: I work with each student individually to develop a learning plan that is tailored to their specific needs and goals. A supportive environment: I create a supportive and encouraging environment where students feel comfortable learning and growing. Opportunities to perform: I encourage my students to perform regularly, so that they can gain experience and confidence. If you are serious about learning to play the piano, I encourage you to contact me today to schedule a lesson. I look forward to helping you achieve your musical goals!
Music from home to develop your musical skills with or without an instrument.
Music is an excellent company in life and understanding how it works makes it even more interesting. The information and knowledge of the most contemporary and popular styles to the great composers of history are within your reach through these classes where we will start from your personal tastes, analyzing and understanding where these proposals come from and where they are going. . Reviewing discography, doing musical ear training exercises, writing your own ideas will help you develop your potential and creativity so that music is your new way of communicating.
Piano for everyone, exciting journey through music
Piano for All is an educational experience designed to teach people of different age groups to play the piano. This type of course is adapted to the needs, interests and skills of students, regardless of whether they are children, adolescents, young adults or older adults. Below, I give you a general description of what a piano course for all ages might include: 1. Introduction to the piano: - The course usually begins with an introduction to the instrument, where students learn about the parts of the piano and how it works. 2. Fundamentals of music: - Students learn fundamental musical concepts, such as reading scores, rhythm, musical notation and basic theory. 3. Piano technique: - Appropriate techniques of position of hands, fingers and body posture are taught to play the piano. Students practice exercises to develop the necessary dexterity and strength. 4. Repertoire: - Students begin to play musical pieces adapted to their level. The repertoire includes songs of various genres, from classic to popular, to maintain the interest of students. 5. Practice and progression: - As students progress, the course adapts to their individual levels, providing more challenging pieces and enriching their musical understanding. 6. Interpretation and expression: - Musical interpretation and personal expression are encouraged through the piano. Students learn to bring music to life through dynamics, phrasing and style. 7. Auditory development: - Students develop their auditory and musical ability, which allows them to identify tones, chords and melodic patterns. 8. History of music: - Aspects of the history of music can be included so that students understand the context of the works they perform. 9. Presentations and concerts: - Recitaries or presentations can be organized so that students have the opportunity to show their skills and gain confidence on stage. 10. Flexibility: - Piano courses for all ages are usually flexible and adapted to the individual needs and goals of the students. 11. Online education: - Many piano courses offer online options to provide comfort and flexibility to students, which is especially useful for busy adults. 12. Evaluation and follow-up: - Students can be evaluated periodically to measure their progress and receive feedback to help them improve. In summary, Piano for All focuses on teaching musical skills, piano techniques and theory, as well as encouraging musical appreciation and personal expression. The main objective is to allow students to enjoy music throughout their lives and develop piano skills at their own pace and level of interest.
LEARN TO LISTEN TO SEVERAL NOTES/VOICES AT ONCE WITH A HIGHLY TRAINED AND EXPERIENCED FRENCH CONSERVATORY PROFESSOR
All levels (from beginners to graduate students and professionals). All ages. When? Please drop me a line and we will try and find a time for you. Listening to several voices at once certainly is one of the most rewarding skills a musician can have, or can acquire. And, no, this is not only for those who are born with this gift. If you listen to music without being able to discriminate precisely the different layers of sound, you already know music is beautiful. I was like that a couple years ago. (Well, provided my gray hair, it must actually be many years ago). I can surely say that being able to listen to several voices at once has brought me much joy! Music became absolutely wonderful! When you can precisely hear the various voices, then you become aware of all the notes that are played, as if some nice new lights were shed on the music. Not only can you enjoy the music more, but as you play you can now shape all the voices in the best possible way, or if you play a duo for instance, you can be sensitive to the way the other musician plays, and musically respond to his or her interpretation. As a musician, that is a life-changing experience, a “must!” That can be learned, slowly but surely, with method. Now, when I say slowly but surely, I talk about mastery. But if we are talking about being able to listen for the first time to an additional note at once, this is usually quite quick (I'd say one lesson, two weeks at most). So, what can we work on? Harmonic intervals, recognizing chords, discriminating notes within a 4 voice chord or aggregate (i.e. hearing the precise voicing of an isolated chord), learning to listen to counterpoint precisely, you name it. That should be based on where you are at, and what you would like to achieve. Anything is possible. Let's talk about it and get started! Although perhaps you want to know this first: My students often tell me I am very patient. I'd rather say I am understanding and straightforward. Actually, please know that I am also demanding: While there is no difficulty that I cannot understand, (and I found it absolutely thrilling to find a solution when the student seems stuck) yet I am not interested in approximation. If after reading this, you are still interested, please drop me a line! I am here to share my passion with you! Sincerely, YOUR Prof. PS: I use fixed DO solfège (French way), but if you don't that's okay!
Learn to play classical, electric or acoustic guitar, bass and music theory
Online classes of classical, electric or acoustic guitar, bass, Venezuelan cuatro, music theory, rhythmic or harmony. Beginner-intermediate-advanced. (Skype-Zoom-Meet). 12 years of musical experience. Book your schedule now! Do you have a musical instrument at home and do you always wanted to learn to play it? Are you not sure where to start? I can help you, I am Sergio and I have 12 years of experience in the musical area. I am a student of music education at the (UPEL) Universidad Pedagógica Experimental Libertador Miranda José Manuel Siso Martínez and the Conservatory Lino Gallardo as a classical guitar interpreter. Furthermore, I also have experience teaching online classes via Zoom, Skype or Google Meet. If you think your level is beginner, intermediate or advanced, I can help you in your musical development. More than learning to play songs, musical art is a discipline and its own language that helps interdisciplinary in other areas of learning. ° Classes: -Classic/Acoustic guitar. -Electric guitar. -Bass. -Piano/Keyboard. -Music theory. -Solfeggio. -Rhythmic and movement. -Harmony. -Venezuelan cuatro.
Learn to play the guitar (for beginners) or improve your playing (for experts)
My approach to the lessons is based on creating them on a student's scale, based on all the needs he expresses and on the basis of his potential. Enthusiasm and motivation are the main means I use to convey the technical / theoretical notions and the love for music. The lessons are dedicated to all ages and all levels.
Piano and Singing tutor with 5 years experience and professional education
From my childhood I have been studying music and art: sang in choir and solo, played piano, painted, studied music history and literature, solfeggio. Later in college I have also learned choir conducting, had ensemble and choir singing lessons, cultural studies. During last year in university I had pedagogy practice at university and at private art school (where I worked as a music tutor before the war - piano, voice). I truly enjoyed working with students. They all were different age (8 - 40+ years old) and level. But all were very interesting and work was pleasant. My education was very various: my core subjects were conducting, choir, voice, piano. So it allowed me to work with children, teens and adults with quite wide range of interests and needs: some students needed/wanted to learn particular composition(s), sometimes pop songs arrangements, some were interested in “introduction” to the music, some wanted to renew skills they gained in their childhood and continue their journey to the music world. In addition I prepared presentations (which contained information about cultural and historical background and musical and character/art analysis). So after graduation from choir conducting faculty (which allowed me to deepen my knowledge in many important compatible branches) I concentrated on studying classical singing and piano, expanded my cultural studies and analysis knowledge, practiced solfeggio and harmony.
Fun Classical Piano lessons for kids (4+ years) and adults!
"Discover the Joy of Piano: Join our beginner piano class designed for kids and adults alike. Learn the fundamentals of playing the piano, from reading sheet music to mastering basic melodies. No prior experience needed – just bring your enthusiasm and a love for music! We will guide you through the keys to unlock your musical potential in a fun and supportive environment