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This class is for aspiring composers who want to enhance their ability to express their voice through music. Whether you want to write for a string quartet or an orchestral-hybrid ensemble, my focus is to guide students towards an end product that they're happy with. You'll learn a variety of ways to form a cohesive composition, as well as learn techniques to create new ideas from scratch. I like to follow a students needs whether that be strict notation through programs such as Sibelius, or more production focussed lessons though programs like Logic Pro and Digital Performer. In the end, my students walk a way with music they are happy to share with others, or simply keep for themselves.
Trusted teacher: I am a graduate of the Royal College of Music in London, where I lived for 12 years. Individual lessons enables me to tailor and adapt my teaching to every pupil's needs; helping them to gain the skills that each individual requires. I cover many styles such as classical, baroque, romantic, XX Century, contemporary, pop, jazz and film music. I have prepared and entered pupils entry exams/auditions of conservatoires and music colleges around Europe as well as for composition competitions as I have won more then 30 awards myself and have been an adjudicator of some composition competitions. I was also a professor in the Music faculty at Madrid's 'University Centre TAI', the Trinity Music Academy in London and The Conservatoire of Barcelona I am a member of both, the Royal Society of Arts and of the Incorporated Society of Musicians in London and have written 3 operas, film music and symphonic works that have been performed by over 40 professionals orchestras around the World. Please notice at the moment I can only offer these lesson through Skype; I have already done it with pupils from many different countries around the World.
Music theory · Music theory lessons · Music composition
Private piano lessons for beginner and intermediate students ages 8-18. Curriculum includes technique, theory, sight reading, and ear training, along with classical repertoire. I have diplomas in piano performance and piano pedagogy from ABRSM. I love inspiring others with the joy of music.
Music theory lessons · Piano
Hello! I am a Baltimore-based violist studying at the Peabody Institute of Music. My primary goal in teaching viola is to help people make progress as efficiently as possible, with whatever intensity feels right for them. I encourage scales and a small technical regimen for sound production and conditioning, to go alongside practicing repertoire using a method that makes it simple to play cleanly and expressively. Understanding the logic great compositions are built with is essential for making that music truly come to life, so I am a big proponent of teaching music theory as a part of lessons. For beginning students, developing a good musical ear and enjoying exploring the possibilities of the viola always comes first.
Music composition · Music theory lessons · Viola
Trusted teacher: Hi! I'm Mona, and I'm an experienced music instructor of over 10 years with a high focus in piano and music theory. I'm incredibly passionate in teaching piano while incorporating proper music theory education, competition, performance, and technique. I tailor my lessons based on your needs to make sure you are enjoying your studies while becoming a well-rounded musician. I also can score almost any song (regardless of the instrument) so you can learn how to play your favorite pieces on the piano! I am qualified through completion of Certificate of Merit, obtaining a Bachelor's Degree from UC Irvine in Cognitive Psychology and Music Research & Development.
Music composition · Music theory lessons · Piano
Trusted teacher: I specialize in tutoring beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels of Music Theory. As a current student at The Berklee College of Music and a long-time violinist, pianist, guitarist, and professional vocalist, I not only have a deep understanding to share about the ins and outs of music theory, I carry a passion for this particular art form as well. Even with the most basic knowledge of music theory, students can find themselves able to play various instruments without having picked them up in the past and extensively understand pieces of music that they may be challenged to play or listen to. My goal is to help students remain curious and share the development of passion that has potential to come with learning the language of music.
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Trusted teacher: I graduated from three universities with a master’s degree in violin performance (Mannes, New York), a master’s degree in violin pedagogy (Lausanne, Switzerland), a bachelor’s degree in violin (Lausanne Switzerland), and a bachelor’s degree in musicology (Sorbonne, Paris IV, France). As a performer, I have presented concerts in Europe, Asia, and the United States including Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. As a teacher, I have over five years of experience teaching students of all ages and musical backgrounds. I target precise and enjoyable goals for my students in order for them to reach their full potential, adapting my pedagogy to each student’s unique personality. I also have experience teaching children with dyslexia and vision challenges. It has been proven countless times that learning to play a musical instrument is tremendously helpful for the brain and psychomotor development. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you would like any additional information. As a native French speaker, I can offer French conversation practice and tutoring.
Music theory lessons · Piano · Violin
Trusted teacher: Learn to play the Shinobue/ Fue. Book also available to learn with original songs and more. Learn at different levels: Beginner, Intermediate and advanced. Learn to better your sound and to discover different techniques. All levels will benefit from the lessons.
Transverse flute · Music theory lessons
Trusted teacher: I am a professional violinist, and I teach violin to students of all ages, planning lessons according to each student's individual needs. Students will be taught how to read music, aural skills, and instrument care alongside learning the instrument itself. My goal is for every student to learn the discipline of practice and its rewards, as well as discovering how to express themselves through music.
Music theory lessons · Violin
Chelsea - New York, NY$88
Trusted teacher: I'm a professional harpist who graduated from Yale University with a B.A. in Music with extensive teaching experience in the United States and Belgium. I am offering harp and music theory lessons to students of all backgrounds, levels, and ages. I am currently in the process of completing my Doctor of Musical Arts at the CUNY Graduate Center. I hope to transfer the skills and knowledge I have obtained from working with some of the most renowned teachers to my own students.
Children's music · Harp · Music theory lessons
I have over 10 years of experience teaching guitar, bass, and drums in both individual and group settings. Through goal setting and incremental improvements, you'll be able to track your progress and feel a sense of accomplishment as you develop a deep understanding of your instrument(s). We can work together via webcam or in-home and I'm confident that your musicianship and music theory knowledge will both improve quickly. While I feel certain techniques are essential for all students to learn, I enjoy working with students on all styles of music and encourage a wide variety of genres for both listening and practicing purposes. Rock, pop, blues, jazz, southern rock, classical and funk are a few of my personal favorites to play and teach with. I spent the last 5 years teaching at the School of Rock, in New Jersey. This experience greatly helped to shape my teaching into being both engaging and efficient. My time there also helped me to develop my own personal practice habits, as well as see different routes to helping students learn, when one method may seem overwhelming at first. I'm looking forward to working with more students from my hometown in Virginia, as well as online students from around the world. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to reach out to me!
Music theory lessons · Guitar