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Trusted teacher: Private lessons for beginners to advanced level of violin playing. All ages are welcome. I am a professionally trained teacher and violinist for almost two decades. My lessons are given in English, Spanish and (soon) Dutch and French. My teaching method is variable depending on the students' needs, but the goal is shared: to make a great musician and qualified violinist out of the pupil. I work on both technical and musical aspects from a (very) consciously prepared healthy and enjoyable perspective. Particular emphasis on having fun with the little ones! I pay special attention to creating a personalized education and experience for every one of my students. I also give some additional tools applicable to the violin playing which includes: Introduction to Yoga, Feldenkrais, Alexander Technique and Body & Mind. All the basic theory is taught too. Occasionally, there are student concerts and collaborations with other teachers. (These may include some teachers from the Sweelinck Academy or the Conservatorium van Amsterdam, and more). From among the required tools for my lessons are: a violin and a bow, score and books purchases when necessary, and, from time to time, meetings with the parents. On occasion, I use digital tools like phone/tablet apps. I can teach in various places near or in the centre of Amsterdam, or, depending on the need, I can move to pretty much wherever in The Netherlands. About the homework, I send it to the students on a weekly basis and encourage them to participate on competitions and summer music courses. As always, this is conditional on the pupil's stage.
Violin · Music teacher training · Music theory
Beginner level : Expected duration: approximately 12 and 18 months / 1 hour of lessons per week 1. 3 or 4 music theory sessions containing instrument structure and Western notation (with a brief historical explanation of why we use this notation system today). 2. Start with the first and second music conservatory books which emphasize precise execution of notes and rhythm. Concrete listening exercises: Before explaining a musical concept, students are encouraged to listen to suggested examples of a specific form, genre, or style and express their analysis in class. 3. Teaching correct posture and how to focus on body and breathing during play. 4. Beginning of improvisation exercises based on the rhythms of Persian poems: At this level, we do not use Western notation and we rely solely on the repetitive rhythms of the poems and melodic creativity. Intermediate level : Expected duration: approximately 2 and 3 years / 1 or 2 hours of lessons per week 1. Teaching studies and technical pieces with emphasis on the use of Western notation and paying attention to verbal points that are not included in the notation (At this level, students should not have any difficulty reading notes). 2. The beginning of teaching Radif (practical repertoire of Persian music) without using notation and entirely orally. 3. Continue the listening exercises to understand the difference between modes and concepts related to Iranian music. 4. Memorize the pieces, perform them based on memory and precision of sentence logic and modal precision. 5. Improvisation exercises based on Iranian music modes. The student is asked to make musical sentences after having learned each mode (according to the logic that he has heard and learned in the pieces). 6. The first concert and professional recording experiences of the pieces taught with the advice of the teacher. Higher level : Expected duration: approximately 2 and 3 years / 1 or 2 hours of lessons per week 1. Achieve a comprehensive understanding of the modal system in Persian music through the interpretation and analysis of the Iranian musical repertoire. 2. Beginning of composition exercises based on the rhythmic and modal system of Iranian music. 3. Teaching the principle and methods of modulation in improvisation in three stages: • Listen, memorize and accurately perform the improvisations of the ancient masters. • Make a collage of phrases from the master's recorded improvisations. • Create pieces based on the common logic of improvisation in Iranian music. Additional explanation: - This planning is a completely personal method and its auditory and oral aspects are different from the academic method. - As is evident, my teaching style is based on the knowledge and ability to use European music theory while preserving the traditional and historical characteristics of Iranian music. I have two reasons for using and emphasizing learning Western notation: first, it has become the common way to write and record our music today. Substituting any other method will cause problems for the student. Second, using Western notation speeds up the training process (especially at the elementary level). From experience, the training time of those who have only been trained in the traditional and oral way is longer, and in addition, in the oral way there is no analysis in the way to train. - Traditional and oral teachings are anchored in the concepts of Iranian mysticism. The use and reference to Persian poems, the discussion of ethics, appreciation and reliability of the artist are all positive points of this method, which I also try to address in my teaching.
Music theory · Music teacher training
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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.
Keyboard (music) · Music teacher training · Sound (music)
Trusted teacher: Mastering Chopin's Nocturne in C-sharp Minor, Op. Posth. Course Description: Welcome to "Mastering Chopin's Nocturne in C-sharp Minor, Op. Posth.," an immersive piano course designed for intermediate to advanced pianists seeking to elevate their musicality through the exploration and execution of one of Frédéric Chopin's exquisite compositions. In this course, participants will delve into the intricate world of Chopin's Nocturne, Op. Posth., a captivating piece that showcases the composer's profound understanding of emotional expression and pianistic brilliance. Throughout the program, students will benefit from a comprehensive breakdown of the composition, focusing on both technical and interpretive aspects. Key Course Highlights: Historical Context: Gain insight into Chopin's life, influences, and the historical context surrounding the creation of the Nocturne in C-sharp Minor, Op. Posth. Musical Analysis: Explore the structure, form, and harmonic elements of the Nocturne, developing a deeper understanding of Chopin's compositional techniques. Technical Mastery: Hone your technical skills through targeted exercises and practice routines designed to address the specific challenges presented by the Nocturne's intricate passages and delicate nuances. Expressive Interpretation: Delve into the emotional landscape of the Nocturne, focusing on phrasing, dynamics, and articulation to develop a personalized and expressive interpretation of the piece. Performance Techniques: Receive guidance on effective performance techniques, including stage presence, communication with the audience, and overcoming challenges associated with live piano execution. Individual Coaching: Benefit from personalized coaching sessions, where participants will receive feedback on their performances, addressing technical and interpretative aspects to refine their execution of the Nocturne. Collaborative Learning: Engage in collaborative learning experiences, including group discussions, peer critiques, and opportunities to perform in a supportive and constructive environment. By the end of this course, participants will not only have mastered the execution of Chopin's Nocturne in C-sharp Minor, Op. Posth., but will also have gained valuable insights into the art of interpretation, expression, and the broader context of Romantic-era piano music. Join us on this musical journey as we unravel the beauty and complexity of Chopin's timeless masterpiece.
Piano · Music teacher training
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I offer Piano Lessons My lessons are both for beginner and advanced level (Como)
Dario is a very patient and detailed teacher in explaining how I can incorporate both technical and musical aspects in a piece. He also showed how to play using his cameras that were set at various views, which was very helpful to see at close up. His vast experience allows him to explain the different interpretations of a piece and it is interesting to know the different schools of thoughts. He is an excellent teacher.
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Learn the basics of accordion, the basics of music, and IMPROVE your accordion playing skills! SKYPE
Enjoyed his class! He was very detailed in his teaching - particular about the posture and attention to detail in terms of the fingering and pacing, despite it being an online class. His class had very good pacing in his teaching and provide relevant teaching materials for beginner accordion students. He is also very responsive on Apprentus and accommodating to virtual lessons. Highly recommend!
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Clases de español para niños y adultos. Profesor nativo. (Bogotá)
Ana María
Ana is an outstanding Spanish teacher who has made my learning experience truly enjoyable. Her kindness and genuine care for her students create a supportive learning environment I am grateful to have had the opportunity to learn from such a wonderful teacher.
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