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Ewa - Rome, Italy44€
Trusted teacher: HI, My name is Ewa and I have lived in Rome for more than 12 years and I have been playing the violin for approx. 30 years. I graduated from music institutes in Poland and the conservatories of Santa Cecilia and Rome and the one in Palermo. I have been teaching the violin to children, teenagers and adults of all ages for more than 20 years. My studio is located in the San Pietro area (near the San Pietro train station). Scientific research states that those who play the violin develop both cerebral hemispheres while normally only one develops. Furthermore, playing the violin can also offer various possibilities in life: perhaps you or yours no one knows yet. Call me just to find out more and I will give you all the information. Summing up what I offer are: VIOLIN LESSONS FOR CHILDREN, TEENAGERS AND ADULTS OF ALL AGES AND ALL LEVELS (Lessons can be held in Italian, Polish, English or German) Through practice on the instrument, supported by the use of educational books and repertoire pieces, the student begins the journey with the study of the bow, the sound, the use of the fingers, the reading of the notes on the staff, the position of the hand on the keyboard, the refinement of reading. The first structure and composition of the Violinstudio is perfect, with the melodies of the classical music starting ... For beginner students I offer my help in purchasing the suitable instrument and give all the notwendige advice on other things (shoulder rest, strings, rosin, music stand, etc.) to purchase. PROGRAM FOR BEGINNERS * Correct holding position of the violin * Correct headband holding position * Study of Empty Strings * Recognition of the duration values of notes and rests, work on the rhythm * The use of the arch at the heel, center and toe * Study of dynamics * The use of the fingers of the left hand: the first finger, the second finger, the third finger and the fourth finger * Reading of the score in association with what was played on the violin * Basic techniques of using the bow * One octave scales and arpeggios * Skala in first position INTERMEDIATE PROGRAM * Techniques for using the left hand: Vibrato, Trill etc. * Skaliert and two and three octave arpeggios * Positions II to VII * Exercises for changing positions * Study of musical pieces of medium technical and musical difficulty * Work on variety of musical styles PROGRAM FOR ADVANCED PEOPLE * Three-octave scales and arpeggios * Double ropes * In-depth study of the Baroque, Classical and Romantic repertoire * Vorbereitung for exams to obtain the Royal Schools of Music Certifications * Vorbereitung for auditions to enter the konservatorio and youth orchestras * Strengthening and development of students' personal expressive and creative skills. * In-depth analysis of the interpretative Kompetenz. BAROQUE VIOLIN This course is aimed at early music students of all levels, interested in baroque music and its performance practice, as well as all violinists interested in approaching and learning about the world of early music. During the course we will work on the following aspects: * Correct holding position of the violin * Correct bow holding position and in-depth knowledge of right hand technique * Development of bow technique, basic knowledge of the law of arches * First approaches with the Polyphonic Repertoire for Solo Violin * Performance of compositions of various levels of difficulty for solo violin and for violin and continuous bass using handwritten or printed sources from the Baroque era * Basic knowledge of the main violin schools of the Baroque era and their stylistic characteristics. * Strengthening and development of students' personal expressive and creative skills. * In-depth study of the interpretative kompetenz of the repertoire between the 17th and 18th centuries * Ornamentation and improvisation with the instrument COLLECTIVE KAMERA MUSIC LESSONS / ENSEMBLE MUSIC The music for the camera is the endgültige Grundlage für the Erstellung der Musik und die Kosten für the Music. Registration for the courses is open to both individual instrumentalists and already formed musical groups of different musical genres and styles. I have a Musik-Kamera-Kamera in der Basis aller personal Experiences, Interest in Music and Vorbereitung, um alles zu tun, was möglich ist. There is the possibility of creating groups of violinists to tackle chamber repertoires for violins alone. EARLY MUSIC WORKSHOPS (2-3 days) FOR MODERN AND BAROQUE VIOLINISTS 3-4 Volts. The workshops are open both to early music musicians with instruments with antique settings (baroque bow and gut strings) and also to students who use modern instruments. During the workshops we will address the repertoire that gehören the period between the 17th and 18th centuries
Violin · Music theory lessons · Music history
Trusted teacher: Professional saxophonist eager to teach and work to bring out the best version of yourself! The lessons are intended for all levels, children or adults. We follow a working method where you will continuously and deeply develop your musicality, way of playing, expressiveness and technique. -------------------------------------------------- ---------------------- Raúl is a Spanish saxophonist who finished his DIDACTIC MASTER in 2018 at the École Supérieure des Arts in Mons. Previously, he also completed 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 the mixing of all the arts in the same show as an aesthetic goal. This type of research could be observed in his project for his final master's recital in Brussels where he created a project based on Maslow's theory of the hierarchy of human needs where he mixed live, recorded music, dance, light shows and effects under the name: “according to Maslow... ” In terms of his career as a concert artist, he has played in different ensembles (solo performances, duo, trio, quartet, orchestra...) and different countries such as Japan (Artisanal Musical Fair "Suono Italia" 2010), Belgium (Festival Musiq3 2016), Artonov Festival at BOZAR in 2016...), France (Dax chamber music festival 2011) or Spain (Music Festival “Quincena Musical” 2015, Aste Nagusia 2015, Heineken Jazzaldia 2014, Festival Kutxa 2015, Intercentros Melómano 2010).
Saxophone · Music theory · Music history
Hi all. I am a musicologist, music editor and opera specialist with 15+ years experience in casting, season planning, YAP design and artistic development in the field of opera, as well as university-level teaching experience and academic publications. I am currently residing in Taiwan under the Employment Gold Card programme, looking for local talent to develop either on an individual basis or with a local institution. Knowing Taiwan very well, I have always wondered why there are so few internationally renowned Taiwanese classical musicians. Let's try and change that situation ! Make me believe in your potential ! I am open to discuss artistic development programmes for upcoming Taiwanese opera singers, and to organise YAP, masterclasses and promotional events for Taiwanese institutions and universities. I can prepare detailed artistic development plans for individual artists and place recommendations with international organizations. I have a large network of international contacts which I can use to promote young Taiwanese artists abroad. I am open to take on editorial projects and international promotional activities for Taiwanese composers. I am open to work as a research advisor for postgraduate students in Musicology. I teach intermediate to advanced topics in my fields of expertise, including Opera Studies, Music Palaeography, Editorial Method, Source Studies and European Music History and Analysis. I am also open to suggestions for teaching or promotional activities according to the specific needs of individual artists, teachers, universities or institutions. Simply let me know what you need and we'll take it from there. ==> Be clear about your professional goals. Embarking on a PhD in performance is NOT the preferred road towards becoming a successful international artist. While I do teach music analysis, I do not dabble in "Music Theory" as taught at many US universities and colleges. Stuff such as Schenkerian analysis that was all the rage in the US some decades ago is an intellectual desert based on a nonsensical proposition of musical universality, with nothing to offer the young aspiring professional performer. Currently I teach and interact in English. I also have professional command of Italian, Japanese, French, Spanish and German. In the past I have taught advanced courses in English, Italian and Japanese. I am able to read Chinese, but I currently do not speak beyond the basics (A2). I may code switch between English and Italian, especially when discussing opera topics and while directing or auditioning singers. I expect students to know music notation and to be able to read vocal and orchestral scores. I will help you with the more advanced technical terminology. == My cv in brief == Qualifications: - PhD in Musicology with Opera Studies and Editorial Method (Leeds, UK, 2003) - Master of Music in Musicology with Opera Studies and Editorial Method (Leeds, UK, 1999) - Licence in Musicology (NOVA University, Lisbon, Portugal, 1996) Professional Experience: - 2008-present: Opera planning, casting and YAP design for opera houses worldwide; artistic development for singers - 2009-2016: Editor for CESEM, CIAO and Bärenreiter: Critical editions of "La testa di bronzo" and "Gabriella di Vergy" (Mercadante), and "Sigismondo" (Rossini). - 2008-2011: CIAO (University of Chicago) Post-doctoral researcher in the operas of Rossini under Philip Gossett; - 2004-2008: Artistic development advisor: Design and implementation of artistic development programmes for young artists in cooperation with casting departments at opera theatres worldwide; - 2004-2008: Independent Scholar (Tokyo University of the Arts) MEXT (文部科学省) scholarship for research in Japanese contemporary music and opera, with a focus on the operas of Miki Minoru (三木稔); - 2000-2002: Assistant Lecturer at the University of Leeds (UK), teaching "Issues in Opera" and "Music Palaeography Source Studies and Editorial Method". Taught advanced courses in Opera and Music Dramaturgy at Tokyo University of the Arts (2007) and University of Rome - La Sapienza (2010). Published academic papers and gave conference presentations on Puccini, Mercadante, opera dramaturgy and Japanese contemporary opera. Led the critical editions of the scores of operas by Rossini and Mercadante. Member of the International Musicological Society. Expert user of music notation software Finale.
Music history · Opera
Trusted teacher: Journey through the rich tapestry of music history and musicology with me, a dedicated educator and professional pianist with 15 years of experience. Whether you're a history enthusiast, a music student, or just curious about the stories behind the melodies, I'm here to be your guide. What You Can Expect: - Tailored Learning: My teaching philosophy is all about understanding your unique interests and goals. Whether you're passionate about a specific era, a particular composer, or exploring the lesser-known aspects of music history, we'll craft a learning path that suits your preferences. - Diverse Musical Insights: Beyond the traditional canon and well-known composers, I'm a strong advocate for diving into the world of obscure historical curiosities, hidden gems, and lesser-known composers. We'll journey into the unconventional and lesser-explored facets of music history. - Lectures and Conferences: Drawing from my experience presenting at conferences and giving lectures on lesser-known historical composers and broader music history topics, I'll provide you with in-depth insights and engaging discussions. - All Ages and Levels Welcome: Whether you're a budding musicologist or simply a music lover, my lessons are designed to accommodate all ages and skill levels. We can explore music history from the basics to advanced topics, as per your preferences. - Flexible Learning Approach: I'm attentive to what you enjoy and what your specific goals are. Whether you want to delve into the Baroque period, explore the evolution of jazz, or uncover the peculiarities of music history, I'm here to make learning enjoyable and enlightening. Unlock the Secrets of Music History: Let's embark on a captivating journey through time, unraveling the stories, cultures, and innovations that have shaped our musical heritage. Whether you're curious about the classics or intrigued by the unconventional, I'm here to make music history a fascinating exploration. Your adventure into the world of music history begins here. Reach out, and let's start uncovering the hidden treasures of our musical past together!
Music history
Trusted teacher: Former student of the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris, editor-in-chief of the magazine Avant-Scène Opéra, editor for the Philharmonie du Luxembourg, I offer you the following lessons. Music theory and musical culture are essential tools for understanding and making music. Music theory, because it allows you to master the technical tools that allow you to make music, is fundamental for anyone who wants to progress in their instrument. Musical culture makes it possible to understand what goes on in music beyond the technique. From this knowledge (established over a lot of listening) we can develop an interpretation and go beyond technical issues. For music theory lessons only, I constantly articulate the different musical parameters (rhythm, intonation, ear, etc.) and draw my training from the repertoire, which has the advantage of making music from the start. Small technical exercises also allow you to focus on one or the other parameter, but the perspective remains mainly that of a global approach placing the music at the center. As far as musical culture is concerned, I use each of my professional experiences (Musicologist, playwright and music critic) to transmit my knowledge to you. Thus we will approach the history of music through works (history of forms and languages), interpretation and places of music. It is mainly through the study of documents (texts of musical criticism, iconography, scores, musical instruments...) that transmission takes place. Knowledge completes and informs this documentary study. Finally the study of document and the erudition have only one goal: to enlighten the listening of the works which I place at the heart of my teaching.
Music theory · Music theory lessons · Music history
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Baroque Violin Lessons Online via Skype, Zoom and Messenger. (Santa Marinella)
Ewa
Ewa is an excellent violin teacher, I would highly recommend her to anyone who may wish to learn the violin. I have studied a number of musical instruments, first at High School, and then as an extra-mural during University with a variety of teachers. I decided to take up violin as an adult. Ewa is, by far, one of the best music teachers I have worked with. She is patient, and has been excellent in explaining the importance of fundamentals. While I may be an absolute beginner it is easy to see how the fundamentals being taught will assist when more complex repertoire is attempted. She is also phenomenal at identifying which aspects of playing need focus an attention. It is evident that Ewa is a consummate professional and her wealth of experience is an asset to anyone trying to learn this notoriously complex instrument. I can also say that there is no issue in working by way of an online learning platform.
Review by MUHAMMAD
Professional Cello Teacher with 12+ years of experience (Opole)
Ilona
This was my first , online lesson with Ilona and she was ...Brilliant ! Generous, warm friendly and yet highly professional. she was perceptive, with attention to detail. All my concerns and insecurites were replaced with intelligent skill and confidence building advice. I am so excited about the journey of learning a new instrument and looking forward to a strong, long and productive journey.
Review by AQUILA
Piano lessons for children, adults, beginner and intermediate (The Hague)
Lise
What a warm welcome by Lisse in her studio. We brought our daughter to her first piano lesson. She is just four but wants to play the piano and sing. Lisse understands the teaching very well and in a playful way she already learned some keynotes (and made her own composition). Lisse is well organised and that you see in the lesson. Our daughter is very excited about her next lesson!
Review by JOS