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Nathan has been playing Guitar and studying Music for over 15 years. Nathan thoroughly enjoys passing on his enthusiasm and passion for Guitar and Music alike through tutoring. Nathan holds a First Class honours in Musical Arts (BA) and, starting with a Masters, he hopes to add to these qualifications in the future. Nathan’s teaching style revolves around his students and therefore adapts to the different students he is teaching. Lessons are designed considering the skill level, age and personality of the individual. Alongside teaching, Nathan is hugely passionate about playing in his Function Band, recording and mixing songs and of course listening to music almost none stop. Teaching in Guitar and Music Theory Nathan teaches Guitar from beginners to advanced level players and teaches Music Theory up to grade 5 for all ages. Nathan’s lessons include breaking down the fundamentals of both guitar and theory, ensuring each student has a solid technique on which to build. Lessons with Nathan include: - Posture - Fingering Technique - Scales, Arpeggios and Chords - Rhythmic Exercises - Melody and performance and anything else the student wishes to learn! Nathan also offers students the opportunity to enter examinations using the exam board of their choice. He prepares his students for their respective exams by breaking down each technical component, with a specific focus given to each section of the exam. Whether the student wishes to focus on melody, rhythm, chords or just playing their favourite band’s songs, he will devote all his energy to providing the required tutoring in helping his students fulfil these wishes, whilst enjoying themselves in the process. Genre Nathan will give his all to teaching as many genres as he possibly can, although he has vast experience in classical and pop music (particularly Funk, Rock and Jazz.) First Lesson His first lesson with any student will be relaxed, with the aim of figuring out the students skill level and what they wish to achieve through their lessons. The student simply needs to let Nathan know their priorities in terms of what they wish to learn and their enthusiasm in achieving this. It is common for Nathan to prepare warm-up exercises for his students, such as stretching exercises for the wrists and hands, along with exercises to develop the technique of each hand, for example finger/plectrum exercises and chromatic scales.
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Trusted teacher: Violoncello lessons for beginners, intermediate or advanced students, all ages (children to adults), to enjoy music on their own, or as conservatoire support lessons. Also practice lessons for entrance exams. 24-year-old Spanish teacher with a Superior Degree in cello at Royal Superior Conservatoire of Music of Madrid (RCSMM), and current Master student of HKU Utrecht. I can teach in English or Spanish, also available if you only speak Dutch. 4 years of experience in teaching at academies and private lessons to people of all ages. High-profile commitment to student and results. Lessons are to be taught either at the student's home or at mine. Héctor, cellist He was born in 1994 in Granada (Spain) and starts his musical studies with the violin when he was 7 years old. The following year he continues his musical education with the violoncello and teacher Arantza Hernáez. Later he takes lessons from Ignacio Perbech and Ignacio Navarro. At the age of 15 he enters the Conservatorio Profesional Ángel Barrios, where he takes lessons from Alberto Martos, Jeremías Sanz Ablanedo and Óscar Faus. Later he graduated from the Royal Conservatory of Music of Madrid (RCSMM) in the class of maestro Ángel García Jermann. He has been a member during several years of the Joven Orquesta Sinfónica de Granada (JOSG), Orquesta de la Universidad de Granada (OUGR), for which he received a grant, Orquesta Barroca de la Basílica de San Juan de Dios de Granada, Orquesta Sinfónica de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid (OSUCM), Orquesta de Cámara Joaquín Turina de Madrid (OCJT), Orquesta Filarmonía de Granada (OFG), String, Symphonic and Classic Orchestras of the Real Conservatorio Superior de Música de Madrid (RCSMM), Orquesta Santa Cecilia de Madrid, Francigena Festival Orchestra, between others. In 2014-2015 he takes part in a tour of China with the Orquesta Filarmonía de AICEA Granada. In 2017 he plays with the Big Band of the RCSMM, and with the Banda Sinfónica Municipal Ciudad de Guadix. He has gone to varios refinement courses like the Course Manuel de Falla de Granada, in numerous occasions, Forum de Cellos de Madrid (Forum CelloMAD), also in numerous occasions, CelloLeón 2017, Zutphen Cello Festival Masterclass august 2017, Francigena Festival 2018, Música Antigua de Daroca y de Gijón, between others, taking classes and advice from soloists and pedagogues like Lluis Claret, María Kliegel, Christophe Coin, Wolfgang Schmidt, Troels Svane, Amit Peled, Damián Martínez, Michal Dmochowski, Sung-Won Yang, Ursula Smith, Paul Uyterlinde, Olsi Leka, Viviane Spanoghe, Karlien Bartels, Mick Stirling, Gideon Den Herder, Ran Varon, Jeroen Den Herder, Herre Jan, Timora Rosler, Larissa Groeneveld, Miguel Jiménez, Luis Ángel Quintana, Guillermo Pastrana, Paulo Gaio Lima, Pelayo Tahoces, Aage Kvalbein, Robert Nagy, Georg Baich, Christoph Stradner, María de Macedo, María Casado, Adolfo Gutiérrrez Arenas, Arnau Dupont, Gabriel Delgado, Mery Coronado, Caetano Nasillo or Sabina Colonna. In 2013 he won first prize in the III Contest of Chamber Music of the Conservatorio Ángel Barrios de Granada in duet formation with the pianist Javier Herreros, and second prize with the Nazarí Cuartet, of which he is a member, and in 2014 he wins second prize in the XIV Soloist contest of the Conservatorio Ángel Barrios de Granada. In 2016, he wins first prize in the Jesús de Monasterio contest, with Cuarteto Quiroga and Josep Colom acting as judges, playing in his string quartet, the Cuarteto Bran. This cuartet was chosen to play that same year in the Auditorio Nacional, and as prize did a tour of concerts in the Teatros el Canal in 2016. In that same year 2016, he is a founding member of the chamber group Animus iocandi, displaying intense activity. In 2017, he wins a special mention with his string quartet Cuarteto Gayarre in the contest Jesús de Monasterio. He is a founding member, together with Valentín Rejano García, of the Dúo Babylon, with which he gives various recitals in the province of Granada. Founding member of several Vionloncello ensembles, with which he gives concerts in the province of León and the city of Zutphen. He is chosen in the Zutphen Cello Festival 2017 to give a solo violoncello recital in the St. Elisabeth Chapel of Zutphen. He has been a participating member of the contemporary music festival COMA17 in Madrid. He was selected to play in an event for the Global Treaty of the UN in 2017 in Madrid. He takes part in the 2018 Francigena Festival. He participated in several occasions as a soloist with orchestra in the Auditorio Medina Elvira of Granada, in the Centro Cultural Sara Montiel of Madrid, and in various churches. He has also played in major music halls like the Auditorio Nacional de España in Madrid, Sala Mozart in Zaragoza, Teatro Cervantes in Málaga, Auditorio Fórum Evolución in Burgos, Fundación Juan March, Auditorio Manuel de Falla in Granada, Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando in Madrid, Music Auditorium in Zutphen and Real Colegiata de San Isidoro in León, with orchestra conductors like Enrique García Asensio, Moritz Gnann (Boston Symphony Orchestra), Ricardo Espigares, Cristóbal Soler, José Sanchís, Miguel Calderón or Gabriel Delgado. In relation to chamber music, he receives lessons from teachers like Cibrán Sierra, Aitor Hevia and Josep Puchades of the Cuarteto Quiroga, Carole Petitdemange y Yuko Hara of the Cuarteto Ardeo, Misha Amory of the Cuarteto Brentano, Thuan Do Minh, Fazil Say, Hiro Kurosaki, Ana María Valderrama, Emilio González, Mauricio Linari, José Segovia, José Luis Estellés, Miguel Franco or Paco Moya, with his actual string cuartet formation Cuarteto Bran and others. Currently, he is studying her master's degree in the interpretation of the violoncello at the HKU Utrecht Conservatory with the teacher Timora Rosler.
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French Horn (modern / historical) and Music Theory with professional (The Hague)
Nicolas
I had a great experience with these good lessons! The style of Nicolas' teaching is suitable for every horn player beginner or advanced. It is flexible and even online teaching works well. Nicolas takes the time to explain difficult musical passages and encourages you to perform at your very best. Not only are the lessons very thorough, they also include a good dosis of fun! I felt I learned so much during the lessons and would really recommend taking horn (or natural horn) lessons with Nicolas.
Review by FLORIEN SMIT
Piano or Theory Teacher for Beginners or Professionals (Amsterdam)
Katie
Had a great first piano lesson with Katie, she clearly knows what she's doing. Whilst at the piano I got a crystal clear hands-on explanation of the theoretics, during which Katie made notes in my book. I got to play multiple songs, learned technical exercises and how to practice at home. Katie's very motivating, sociable and a joy to have as a teacher. Though it has only been one lesson, I highly recommend her and have booked my next weekly sessions.
Review by KAREL-JAN
violin/viola lessons with a professional teacher for all ages (Amsterdam)
Aida
Aida is really nice and patient. She takes time to understand the level of her students and explains clearly how to play this such difficult instrument, and also she makes you feel confident when you hold the bow for the very first time. Looking forward for my next classes with her.
Review by LUCIANA ELENA