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Music Theory
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Jialu - Paris$41.31
Trusted teacher: At the age of 5, I started studying piano under the direction of the head of the piano department at the Shenyang Conservatory of Music. In 2000, I was admitted to the Shenzhen Art School to study piano and harp, winning second prize in the Hong Kong Asian Piano Open Competition and first prize in the four-handed group. After 2005, I started studying the theory of composition and in 2009 I was admitted to the Shanghai Conservatory of Music with Musical Formation and Composition. I obtained the Bachelor of Music Training in 2013. Graduated in counterpoint from the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Musique in Paris in 2015, I studied with the composer Stéphane Delplace and obtained in 2016 a diploma of DEM of the Regional Conservatory of Paris and studied the organ for 2 years . - For piano teaching, my teaching experience lasted 6 or 7 years. I think that piano teaching is a global system that allows you to quickly and firmly master basic skills and music theory, while developing the auditory system and the meaning of music. - Different students have different personalities: in teaching, I also modify the teaching methods according to the differences of each student. - I led students to participate in audition and conservatory competition, after studying in France, I compared the similarities and differences between the two methods of teaching music theory and have acquired a lot. - My piano teaching has been added to the multimedia teaching method. During a class, I will spend piano, music theory and musical awakening. -My music theory teaching is also added to the multimedia method. A class divides into two parts: work by ear and singing.
Music theory · Music theory lessons · Piano
Trusted teacher: I am an eclectic and curious musician, before any contrabassist. I am also a composer and arranger. After a master of sociology I make the decision to train myself professionally; I return simultaneously to the conservatory of Agen in jazz and conservatory of Bordeaux in classical to learn bass. Then, in 2014, I confirm a National Superior Professional Musician Diploma at the Pole Supérieur Paris Boulogne Billancourt through the training at the Didier Lockwood Music Center. I was trained retrospectively by Jean-Paul Macé, Kent Carter, Gilles Naturel, Marc-Michel Lebevillon, Cristian Diaz, Jean Michel Charbonel, Chris Jennings, Cristophe Dal-sasso, and Carine Bonnefoy (for writing). All these people have nourished my love and passion for music, which remains for me a long way to explore in search of new knowledge. It is the diversity of cultures and the wealth of knowledge that drives me to continue to study everything within my reach. I'm interested in jazz, classical music, Indian music, rock and electronic music ... I hate taboos and separations between the musical worlds and I think that everyone wins to share their knowledge and their modes of operation. My way of thinking about learning Music: I prefer to stay on a principle of pleasure and sharing specific to music. I find it important to adapt to feed the motivation of the student, especially for young people with whom it is very important to have a fun approach. Too many students leave demotivated classes of music schools or conservatory; that I practiced for 5 years (since despite my criticisms I still have a prize of jazz conservatory and I followed the training to obtain the DE of jazz which is a diploma of pedagogy). This involves learning the mechanisms based on improvisation, understanding chords, rhythm and melody. Regarding the repertoire I am based on the culture of the students, after all they are the main concerned! So the choices of the pieces depend on the desires and the tastes. The mode of learning depends on the musical style approached, for example I will not make music theory to someone who wants to play the AC / DC (unless he wishes) conversely a person who wants to address jazz can hardly do without notions about harmony. The purpose of this approach is to develop the independence of the student. The teacher is there to accompany the student at the beginning; he must not become a guardian who can sometimes be transformed over the years into a crutch! This is my way of seeing pedagogy!
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Michael
Michael is awesome, he teaches really well, I’ve already started learning two songs on my first day! 🙂 Update: my son (who wrote the above review) has completed his first 10 lessons with Michael and I have just signed him up for an additional 10. Michael is a fantastic teacher and my son really enjoys his lessons. We highly recommend him!
Review by HEATHER
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Ester
Ester was so thorough and patient for my first violin lesson ever! She showed me how to hold and care for the violin and the bow, taught me physical exercises to become accustomed to the movements required for playing, and started me on some basic playing drills. Highly recommend.
Review by HILARY
University trained guitarist teaching guitar and music theory (Paris)
Stephen
Stephen is a very patient and skilled teacher. He is willing to work with you on areas you want to improve, and gives his undivided attention. He isn't a clock watcher, and definitely loves music. I highly recommend him.
Review by EDWARD