Bass guitar lessons in France.

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Bass guitar lessons in France.

Find your perfect private bass guitar tutor in France. Learn bass guitar with our teachers at home or in their studio.

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Trusted teacher: While creating a repertoire, we will work the ear, rhythm, technique. I focus on practice, improvisation, and the relationship between you and your instrument in order to have fun on your bass. Okay, but what are we doing? The basics: - the silence - harmony (scales, chords, intervals) - rhythm (binary, ternary, swing, shuffle) - the sound (technique, nuance) - the encryption of the English chords (A = la, E- = E minor, etc.) - the musical culture and the different ways of listening to music A choice: - improvisation (learning to play without partition, becoming able to play with anyone, anytime) - group music in general (the modern bass, the different roles of the instruments in a group) - jazz (standards, swing, notions of harmonies and improvisation) - rock, funk (notions of groove, rhythmic placement, search for sounds, pentatonic scales) - music games for children The instrument remains a tool to make music, so we will work to become a MUSICIAN (with the help of a bass guitar). Any age, any level (to be evaluated during the first class) I preferably receive at home, or at least near my home (Paris EST). Having a busy musical life moves are to be avoided as far as possible. Do not hesitate to contact me for further information! Additional Information: It is important for your teacher to match you musically (unless otherwise, if you want to fill in gaps, or discover a new genre). That's why I present myself in a few lines, so that you get an idea of ​​the kind of bassist that I am: I started bass more than ten years ago, I first discovered the instrument alone (self-taught training). I later played in several Rock formations. Rock I was interested in Funk (style in which the bass plays a key role). I then became more and more interested in improvisation and therefore Jazz music. I took two years of classes at the Conservatoire du 9ème arrondissement in Paris before joining the IMEP (formerly American School of Modern Music). Currently, I play in several bands: a jazz / funk band and a jazz / rock band. My influences (in bulk): Jaco Pastorius, Weather Report Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, George Duke, Miles Davis, Funkadelic / Parliament, James Brown, Prince, George Benson, John Scofield, Hendrix, Zappa, Stanley Clarke, Al di meola, Paco de lucia, Bob marley, Marcus Miller, Kenny Garett, Bill Evans, Lettuce, Brecker Brothers, Return to Forever, Mahavishnu, Led Zep, Dire Straits, Rolling Stones, The Aphex Twin, Squarepusher, Munir Hossn, Matthew Garrisson , Hadrien Feraud, Ron Carter, Linley Martha, Maceo Parker, Paul Chambers, Mike Stern, Bob Berg and many more!
Jazz music · Children's music · Bass guitar
Stage «Rock The Casbah» of All Saints' Day 2017. The course is aimed at young people between the ages of 12 and 17 who wish to spend an artistic week around current music and graphic design techniques (silkscreen, stencil, etc.). This course is open to all, from the uninitiated to the confirmed musician. The number of places is limited to 20 young people. This course offers: - play music collectively and individually; - learn to play with others, pay attention to musical balance (all must agree); - create their own visuals using different tools; - practice stencil and screen printing techniques; - reproduce the visuals created on different supports (paper, fabric, wood, etc.). - learn and perfect all instruments (bass, drums, vocals, guitar, percussion, piano, etc.); - explore his voice, sing to many; - create compositions where each brings his musical touch, his feeling; - inventing, creating, transforming sounds; - to learn and improve the use of machines (synthesizers, samplers, loopers, etc.); - playing a solo part, trying to improvise; - inventing sound landscapes, varied atmospheres; - to work on his instrument and to approach different styles; - preparation of a concert in a professional broadcasting hall. The course offers the ideal conditions for a true immersion of the young people in the world of the creation and the artistic expression around the sound and the image. "La Boîte à Outils" inscribes its projects in an approach of sensitization and discovery by privileging the playful pleasure and practices of collective artistic creations. Each young person can find his or her place and participate, at his or her own pace and rhythm. The aim is to allow everyone to feel the shared pleasure of collective practice, whatever its technical level. Our project promotes awareness and openness in various artistic fields, through a playful and sensory approach. He proposes to the young person to take a new look at the music. It allows the discovery of collective artistic creation: learning to listen and play in harmony with others, find a place in a group, test self-confidence, have an awareness of respect for the individual, learn new techniques through various workshops. It is an open project that is built with young people, their ideas and their experiences, allowing the development of their artistic taste and their critical spirit. Our program of activities revolves around the expectations of all. It is also a project conducive to meetings and exchanges where teenagers can fully participate and participate in all the workshops and activities offered. The role of the animators is to accompany each adolescent towards a greater instrumental mastery, a better listening in the service of a more personal expression, while remaining attentive to the character of each one. It is essential that everyone has invested and expressed himself, having held a personal place in the project, equal to his means and respecting the differences of character. Framing ------------------ 5 frames: 1 director (DEFA, musician and graphic designer) 3 animators (BAFA, musicians and music teachers) 1 animateur graphic arts (professional silkscreen prints of the workshop La Turbine in Toulouse) The supervisory rate is one adult for every 5 participants. The educational teams of the stays are made up of graduate animators and artists with strong practices in their respective fields (professional musicians, music teachers). Dates and prices -------------------- The course takes place during the holidays of All Saints' Day, 5 days from 23 to 27 October 2017. Number of seats: 20 seats Price: from 110 to 290 euros, depending on the quotient familial (contact us) Stay in day school. The prize includes an internship, supervision of activities, loan of equipment and membership of the association. We accept checks vacances (National Agency for Chèques Vacances). For more information: toulouserock.blogspot.com Geographic location ------------------------------- The internship takes place at the Espace Job in Toulouse, in the district of Sept Deniers. This place hosts various cultural, artistic and neighborhood associations. It is dedicated to teaching and artistic education, to the creation, to the diffusion of shows, to festive and multidisciplinary events as well as to the times of exchanges and debates. The Espace Job includes a 135-seat auditorium, various activity rooms, music halls and a recording studio. --- Join us ! facebook.com/ColonieMusiqueRockTheCasbah twitter.com/assobao31 plus.google.com/101573269127017566808 soundcloud.com/assobao31 The association "La Boîte à Outils". assobao.com Stays declared to the Departmental Directorate of Social Cohesion of Haute-Garonne.
Singing · Bass guitar · Guitar
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Trusted teacher: I am an eclectic and curious musician, before any contrabassist. I am also a composer and arranger. After a master of sociology I make the decision to train myself professionally; I return simultaneously to the conservatory of Agen in jazz and conservatory of Bordeaux in classical to learn bass. Then, in 2014, I confirm a National Superior Professional Musician Diploma at the Pole Supérieur Paris Boulogne Billancourt through the training at the Didier Lockwood Music Center. I was trained retrospectively by Jean-Paul Macé, Kent Carter, Gilles Naturel, Marc-Michel Lebevillon, Cristian Diaz, Jean Michel Charbonel, Chris Jennings, Cristophe Dal-sasso, and Carine Bonnefoy (for writing). All these people have nourished my love and passion for music, which remains for me a long way to explore in search of new knowledge. It is the diversity of cultures and the wealth of knowledge that drives me to continue to study everything within my reach. I'm interested in jazz, classical music, Indian music, rock and electronic music ... I hate taboos and separations between the musical worlds and I think that everyone wins to share their knowledge and their modes of operation. My way of thinking about learning Music: I prefer to stay on a principle of pleasure and sharing specific to music. I find it important to adapt to feed the motivation of the student, especially for young people with whom it is very important to have a fun approach. Too many students leave demotivated classes of music schools or conservatory; that I practiced for 5 years (since despite my criticisms I still have a prize of jazz conservatory and I followed the training to obtain the DE of jazz which is a diploma of pedagogy). This involves learning the mechanisms based on improvisation, understanding chords, rhythm and melody. Regarding the repertoire I am based on the culture of the students, after all they are the main concerned! So the choices of the pieces depend on the desires and the tastes. The mode of learning depends on the musical style approached, for example I will not make music theory to someone who wants to play the AC / DC (unless he wishes) conversely a person who wants to address jazz can hardly do without notions about harmony. The purpose of this approach is to develop the independence of the student. The teacher is there to accompany the student at the beginning; he must not become a guardian who can sometimes be transformed over the years into a crutch! This is my way of seeing pedagogy!
Music theory lessons · Guitar · Double bass
Instrumental and vocal lessons last one hour. Whatever the level, they are divided into three parts: - Part 1 (15 minutes), checking the work of the previous course. In case of first course, discussion about the desires and expectations of the student, and if it is not quite a beginner observation of the work done previously in order to assess the level. - Second part (15 minutes), theoretical and rudimentary course (music theory, ear training) with a view to learning a new exercise. The goal is to teach the student theory in a concrete way using his instrument. - Third part (30 minutes), practice of the instrument by the refinement of the previous exercise and apprehension of the new exercise. The courses change in content with respect to the envy and expectations of each student. After taking note of these characteristics, the pieces will be chosen by the teacher according to the student. A goal such as a work, piece or artist in which the student finds an artistic ideal will be set at the beginning of learning to give clear direction to the lessons. The musical training courses last an hour. Whatever the level, they are divided into four parts: - First part (15 minutes), verification and correction of the work of the previous course. In case of first course, presentation and explanation of the purpose of the subject to the student. The aim being to show him the usefulness and the pleasure that one can have to practice this discipline. If it is not quite a beginner observation of the work done previously in order to assess the level. - Second part (15 minutes), training of the reading by exercises adapted to the level of the class. Exercises of rhythms, reading in rhythm, reading of keys, etc ... - Third part (15 minutes), training of the ear by exercises adapted to the level of the class. Recordings and dictations of notes first with instruments (to check) then without as soon as the level agrees, recognitions and songs of intervals, etc ... - Fourth part (15 minutes), singing a piece implementing the previous exercises. The goal is to assimilate the rhythmic precision and the accuracy of the notes. The courses change in content with respect to the envy and expectations of each student. After taking note of these characteristics, the pieces will be chosen by the teacher according to the student. Composition courses last one or two hours. A minimum level of training in music and practice is required (approx. 4 years). The courses are divided into three parts (in the case of a one hour course, if it is two, double the time indicated): - First part (15 minutes), verification and correction of the work of the previous course. In case of first course, presentation and explanation of the purpose of the subject to the student. The aim being to show him the usefulness and the pleasure that one can have to practice this discipline. If it is not quite a beginner observation of the work done previously in order to evaluate the level. - Second part (15 minutes), presentation of a work (mainly associated with an image), and study of it by listening and reading scores. In case of a music of film, diffusion of the passage in question and presentation of the context. - Third part (30 minutes), writing exercises on a given theme (era, composer, movement, film, painting, feeling, etc ...). At the end of the course, exercises are given according to a theme or a work. The courses change in content with respect to the envy and expectations of each student. After taking note of these characteristics, the pieces will be chosen by the teacher according to the student. Possibility to work in connection with the MAO course for the implementation of the exercises.
Music theory · Guitar · Singing
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Apprendre la guitare classique/électrique/basse (Saint-Omer)
Dany
Professeur extrêmement sympa, on apprend dans la bonne humeur et ça fait vraiment plaisir ! Je le recommande fortement aux néophytes comme moi, il devrait être un professeur de premier choix sur ce site. :)
Review by AXEL
COURS DE MUSIQUE (Valleiry)
Philippe
Philippe est une personne très belle. Ses cours sont très pro et structurés. Il est parfois intimidant de faire entendre sa voix, Philippe vous met à l'aise avec beaucoup de patience et de gentillesse.
Review by ANNE
Cours particulier d'anglais (Angers)
James
mon fils, qui etait un peu retissant au depart, est tres content des cours d'anglais avec James . James est tres serieux et su s'adapter au niveau d'anglais de mon fils et le motiver a parler
Review by SYLVAINE

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