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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 MASTER DIDACTIC in 2018 in the Ecole Supérieure des Arts in Mons. Before, he also followed 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 mixing all the arts in the same show as an aesthetic finality. We could observe this type of research in his project for his final master's recital in Brussels where he created a project based on Maslow's hierarchy of human needs theory where he mixes live, recorded, music and music. dance, play of light and effects under the name of: “according to Maslow…” In his career as a concert artist, he has played in different ensembles (solo, duo, trio, quartet, orchestra performances, etc.) and in different countries such as Japan (Artisanal music fair “Suono Italia” 2010), Belgium (Festival Musiq3 2016 ), Artonov Festival at BOZAR in 2016…), France (Dax chamber music festival 2011) or Spain (“Quincena Musical” music festival 2015, Aste Nagusia 2015, Heineken Jazzaldia 2014, Kutxa Festival 2015, Intercentros Melómano 2010).
Saxophone · Music theory · Music history
(3 reviews)
Ewa - Rome$47
Trusted teacher: Ciao, Mi chiamo Ewa e abito a Roma da più di 12 anni e suono il violino da ca. 30 anni. Mi sono diplomata presso Istituti di Musica in Polonia e Conservatori di Santa Cecilia a Roma e a quello di Palermo. Insegno il violino a bambini, ragazzi ed adulti di tutte le età da più di 20 anni. Il mio studio si trova in zona San Pietro (vicino alla stazione di treno San Pietro). Ricerche scientifiche affermano che chi suona il violino sviluppa entrambi gli emisferi cerebrali mentre normalmente se ne sviluppa in genere principalmente solo uno Inoltre suonare il Violino puo’ anche offrire varie possibilita’ nella vita: forse voi stessi o vostro figlio/a avete del vero talento e nessuno ancora lo sa. Chiamatemi anche solo per saperne di più e vi darò tutte le informazioni. Riassumendo questo che offro sono: LEZIONI DI VIOLINO PER BAMBINI, RAGAZZI ED ADULTI DI TUTTE LE ETA’ E DI TUTTI I LIVELLI (Le lezioni possono svolgersi in italiano, polacco, inglese o tedesco) Attraverso la pratica sullo strumento, supportata dall’uso di libri didattici e brani di repertorio, lo studente inizia il percorso con lo studio dell’arco, del suono, dell’uso delle dita, della lettura delle note sul pentagramma, della posizione della mano sulla tastiera, l'affinamento della lettura. Un approccio strutturato e aperto allo studio del violino, ti permetterà da subito di iniziare a suonare delle piacevoli melodie… Per gli studenti principianti offro il mio aiuto per l'acquisto dello strumento adatto e do tutti i consigli necessari su altre cose (spalliera, corde, pece, leggio, ecc.) da acquistare. PROGRAMMA PER I PRINCIPIANTI * Corretta posizione di tenuta del violino * Corretta posizione di tenuta dell’archetto * Studio a corde vuote * Riconoscimento dei valori di durata delle note e della pause, lavoro sul ritmo * L’uso dell’archetto al tallone, al centro e alla punta * Studio delle dinamiche * L’uso delle dita della mano sinistra: il primo dito, il secondo dito, il terzo dito ed il quarto dito * Lettura dello spartito in associazione con quanto suonato al violino * Tecniche di base dell’uso dell’archetto * Scale e arpeggi ad una ottava * La scale in prima posizione PROGRAMMA PER GLI INTERMEDI * Tecniche di uso della mano sinistra: vibrato, trillo ecc. * Scale ed arpeggi a due e tre ottave * Le posizioni dalla II alla VII * Esercizi per i cambi di posizioni * Studio dei brani musicali di media difficoltà tecnica e musicale * Lavoro sulla varietà degli stili musicali PROGRAMMA PER GLI AVANZATI * Scale e arpeggi a tre ottave * Corde doppie * Studio approfondito del repertorio Barocco, Classico e Romantico * Preparazione per gli esami per ottenere le Certificazioni delle Royal Schools of Music * Preparazione per le audizioni per entrare al conservatorio e alle orchestre giovanili * Potenziamento e sviluppo delle capacità espressive e creative personali degli allievi. * Approfondimento delle competenze interpretative. VIOLINO BAROCCO Questo corso e’ rivolto agli studenti di musica antica di tutti livelli, interessati alla musica barocca e alla sua prassi esecutiva, come anche a tutti i violinisti interessati ad avvicinarsi e a conoscere il mondo della musica antica. Durante il corso lavoreremo sui seguenti aspetti: * Corretta posizione di tenuta del violino * Corretta posizione di tenuta dell’archetto e conoscenza approfondita della tecnica della mano destra * Sviluppo della tecnica d’arco, conoscenza basilare della legge delle arcate * Primi approcci con il repertorio polifonico per violino solo * Esecuzione di composizioni di vari livelli di difficoltà per violino solo e per violino e basso continuo utilizzando fonti manoscritte o a stampa dell’epoca barocca * Conoscenza basilare delle principali scuole violinistiche dell’epoca barocca e delle loro caratteristiche stilistiche. * Potenziamento e sviluppo delle capacità espressive e creative personali degli allievi. * Approfondimento delle competenze interpretative del repertorio tra XVII e XVIII secolo * Ornamentazione e improvvisazione con lo strumento LEZIONI COLLETTIVE DI MUSICA DA CAMERA/MUSICA D’INSIEME Le lezioni di Musica da camera nascono con la finalità di creare e strutturare uno spazio di socializzazione nel fare musica insieme e sono rivolte a tutti coloro che suonano uno strumento musicale o cantano, ad ogni livello di preparazione ed esperienza. L’iscrizione ai corsi è aperta sia a singoli strumentisti che a gruppi musicali già formati, di diversi generi e stili musicali. I gruppi di musica da camera sono formati in base alle personali esperienze, interessi musicali e preparazione degli allievi, al fine di creare gruppi il più possibile omogenei. C’e’ la possibilità di creare gruppi di violinisti per affrontare repertori cameristici per soli violini. I LABORATORI (2-3 giorni) DI MUSICA ANTICA PER VIOLINISTI MODERNI E BAROCCHI 3-4 volte all’anno ci saranno i laboratori di musica antica organizzati durante i weekend per dare la possibilità agli studenti del livello intermedio ed avanzato di lavorare intensamente sia al repertorio strumentale che a quello da camera. I laboratori sono aperti sia ai musicisti di musica antica con strumenti con montatura antica (arco barocco e corde di budello) che anche a studenti che usano strumenti moderni. Durante i laboratori affronteremo il repertorio che include il periodo tra il XVII e il XVIII secolo
Violin · Music theory lessons · Music history
(2 reviews)
Dorian - Marseille$62
Trusted teacher: Whatever you want to play or sing, be a musician worthy of the name! Music theory is not an abstract, boring subject disconnected from the music you love! Certainly it has been for many, but it should not. Music theory is understanding the music you love, and so it's your musical wings. ◾Methodology: The course adapts to the artistic and psychological profile of the student, to the objectives and tastes of each repertoire. Objectives: Sense of rhythm, accuracy, but we can go deeper into musical training with a more analytical understanding of a score, harmony, musical culture. I will adapt to your wishes, no obligation! But know that the so-called "music theory" is the great gateway to the wonderful world of music. Children or adults, welcome and without fear. It will always be a pleasure to share with you :-). Goodbye. ◾Course: *Professional musician and teacher for 15 years. *Diploma of Musical Studies from the conservatories of Nice and Perpignan. * Gold medals for violin with unanimous honors, chamber music, and specialization in musical training. *Some experiences: substitute violinist of the Philharmonic Orchestras of Nice and Cannes, music theory teacher (group lessons), violin teacher at the Cultural Center, violin, piano and chamber music at the Academy of Music, violin, piano and training music at Art, violin and piano at Mimet (13), violin at the Arpeggione school in Marseille. * Violin, piano and music theory teacher at home since 2003. *I have played in various departmental orchestras such as the Chamber Orchestra.
Music theory lessons · Music theory · Music history
Student of the National Superior Conservatory of Music and Dance in Paris, contributor and critic for the Avant-Scène Opéra, editor for the Luxembourg Philharmonic, I offer 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
Result-oriented professional cello instructor with 11+ 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/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