PrithiviGuitar lesson for beginners to advanced players in person or online
If you want to get better at playing the guitar and music in general, this class is for you. Over the years of playing and studying music with guitar as my main instrument, I have amassed a great deal of knowledge, skill, information, etc. which I would like to share with all the seekers. There are endless subjects to be discussed when it comes to music and guitar. And, since everyone is different and are aiming at a different goal, I do not use a "one size fits all" approach with these lessons. However, a number of topics could be touched upon and thoroughly studied. Some of the standard topics that I could cover in the lesson are as follows: 1. Chords, voicing, etc. 2. Playing tunes 3. Improvisation 4. Arrangement 5. Transcription 6. Harmony analysis 7. Technique 8. Arpeggios 9. Ear training 10. listening 11. Playing in a group 12. Recording guitar and etc.
BalázsPrivate Saxophone lessons for beginner or intermediate players.
I am a saxophonist from Hungary. I am currently doing a postgraduate in saxophone at the Conservatoire in Antwerp. I have been playing the saxophone for 18 years. I have a bachelors degree from the University of Debrecen in Hungary and finished my masters degree in saxophone at the Conservatory of Antwerp with great distinction. I can help you whether you are a total beginner in either music or the saxophone or if you already have some experience in learning music.
JavierPROFESSIONAL GUITARIST WITH MORE THAN 15 YEARS OF TEACHING EXPERIENCE - ALL LEVELS
Hello, my name is Javier. I am a guitarist, composer, sound technician and music producer. I work professionally, especially in contemporary Jazz. Don't hesitate to look for me on Google, Spotify and YouTube! During more than 15 years of experience as a teacher, I have developed several methods and exercises for teaching guitar and music (songs, theory, composition, improvisation, harmony, etc.) for students of all levels and all ages. I have already had students from 6 years old to 74. I believe that the most important thing is that the students manage to find the motivation to practice regularly with the pleasure of progressing. //METHOD// The most common is the use of songs that the student chooses and take advantage of this to work on more general concepts of music and the guitar which are important to acquire a solid base without bad habits. For more advanced students the learning process is determined together by setting personal goals. The teaching method is totally focused on the individual needs of each student. Students with any level of knowledge in music (self-taught, beginners, advanced ...) are accepted. //INTERVIEW// 01 - Since when did you develop a passion for music and more particularly for your favourite instrument? - I became interested in the guitar at the age of ten. I had a friend who played "Blackbird" music by The Beatles and I was fascinated. From there, I started to study and I continue to learn today. 02 - What music can you listen to on repeat with the same pleasure (and without going crazy)? - Beethoven's Seventh Symphony. 03 - Tell us about the most difficult or amazing lesson you have given! - It would be a class where I have to explain the major and minor tonality and all its variants in one hour of class. But I will get there! 04 - In your opinion, what is the most complicated instrument to master and why? - It was impossible to answer. Each person has different predispositions. For me to play the piano at a high level would be complicated for the need for independence of the right and left hands. In this sense, the guitar is easier. 05 - What are, for you, the keys to success (apart from those of Sol and Fa)? - CONSTANCE, it's always better to practice a little every day than a lot once in a while. PATIENCE, learning an instrument takes time. You have to learn to coordinate the body and the brain and take new paths from time to time. And the most important : DON'T BE AFRAID OF MAKING MISTAKES, to learn it is essential to make mistakes and this should not be a reason to stop practising, on the contrary, it should be a motivation to improve. 06 - Name 3 musicians with whom you would dream of jamming in a bar at 2 a.m. and tell us why! - Tigran Hamasyan, Reinier Baas, Avishai Cohen (bassist) 07 - An anecdote to tell in relation to your job or your schooling (and not necessarily the party you had after entering the Conservatory)? - When I started giving lessons (I was 17), I had a 10-year-old student, when I suggested things to do, he looked me directly in the eye and said: No! But with patience, after a while, I managed to make a connection with him and at the end of the 3 years he played the guitar very well and we became friends. Now he is more or less 25 years old. 08 - What is the little touch that makes you a special teacher adored by all his students? - I am very patient and I always find the best way to explain for each student.
EmidioProfessional Musician offers saxophone lessons and/or music theory lessons
After having studied in two different conservatories, the Conservatorio G. B. Martini of Bologna and the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp, I developed a personal teaching method, in which traditional studies are stirred with more innovative acquisitions.
EgorSAXOPHONE (NL/BE). music theory, production, composition and band coaching. Entrance exam guidance/preparation
Playing and working as a saxophone player with internationally renown artists around the world. Egor has lots of experience in teaching all ages and is active as a teacher in multiple schools. The classes are personalised to the students age/level. Egor is exceptionally fluent in teaching Classical and Jazz, but has also lots of experiences in electronic and produced music. The classes can happen on different locations in BE/NL (ex. conservatorium Amsterdam, Antwerpen TRIX, etc) provided by the teacher or at your home and are open for all ages! __________________________________ +personalised classes for children. +personalised classes for students with a disability. __________________________________ Classes; saxophone(bariton, alto, tenor, soprano,) Solfège + ear-training Entrance exam guidance clarinet ableton/logic piano composition music theorie teaching education. ___________________________________
RobrechtLow brass instruments, trombone / Euphonium / bass tuba
Private lessons for low brass instruments. Music styles that we use are the same. Beginners and intermediate students are ideal, since I am still studying with the bass trombone at the conservatory. With my knowledge - after many years of playing tuba and other brass instruments in various orchestras, I will gladly help students to advanced students.
JoSinging Lessons for Young and Old at Own Tempo | Learn to Sing Anything - at your own pace
Hi, my name is Jo and I am a voice coach. Together we start working with music in a fun and comfortable way. All ages and levels are welcome: from beginner to advanced. I specialize in light music: RnB, Pop, Musical, Rock. You choose the style you want to develop. By means of an intuitive, scientifically based approach, we get past all the confusion surrounding vocal technique and start immediately with what is really important - learn to sing your favorite music. In my lessons, I teach you, using practical information and exercises, how your voice works. No endless scale exercises here. ---------- My name is Jo and I'm excited to meet you! I'm a voice teacher! I approach music with you from a casual and friendly place! All ages and skill levels are welcome here; from beginning to advanced! I specialize in teaching contemporary styles! RnB, Pop, Musical Theater, Rock; any style you're interested in we can do! Using my intuitive, science based approach, we can bypass a lot of the usual confusion. In my lessons you will not do endless scales & exercises but instead learn how your voice works with practical information and application.
AleksandrsGuitar, acoustic/electric, jazz guitar, music theory
This class is meant for students of different age groups and playing levels. From absolute beginners to more advanced players. The approach is individual and we will discuss the desired goals in advance and build the learning process around those. Some topics that are usually covered are rhythm guitar, being able to comp yourself while singing (in different styles and techniques), lead guitar, improvisation (from basics to advanced), general knowledge of the fretboard and technique.
PhilipBass Guitar and Double Bass Lessons in Amsterdam or Online - Learn Technique, Theory, Different Styles, Improvisation and more ...
Hi, I'm Philip! I'm a professional Bass player and teacher based in Amsterdam. I have studied with some of the best teachers in Europe as well as famous bassists from the New York Jazz Scene. Besides my studies I have been actively performing, recording and teaching since age 16, which led me to play at different festivals and venues such as North Sea Jazz, JazzOpen Stuttgart, Bimhuis, DeDoelen Rotterdam. I'm calm and easy going and I want to pass on the knowledge I got from my teachers as well as my own experience. I always focus on getting you ready or better at playing in a band, since that's what we do as bass players! I'm experienced in and open to a wide variety of styles, my specialization being Jazz. ..................................................................................................................... Electric Bass/ Bass Guitar - Double Bass - Music Theory - Rhythm - Groove - Ear Training - Sight Reading - Audition Preparation - Home Recording - Gear ---> Jazz, Pop, Rock, Soul, Funk, Hip-Hop.... ---> I adapt my teaching to your level (complete beginner to advanced) as well as your goals or your style preferences. If you're playing in a band and would like feedback we can set up a Bandcoaching, too.
FedericoClassical and Jazz Piano, and Composition Tutoring
I am a composer, pianist, teacher, and researcher currently based in Berlin. I hold a Bachelor's degree in jazz piano from the Conservatory of Vicenza, Italy, a Master and a PhD in composition from the University of Leeds, UK. In 2011, I attained a scholarship as promising student of the Conservatory of Vicenza. From 2006 to 2009 I was volunteer at a special needs-school, using music as a form of therapy. From 2013 to 2015 I studied Piano at the Conservatory ‘Prince Claus’ in Groningen, The Netherlands where I worked mostly as a performer. In 2019 my CD ‘Breaths’ was released by British label Another Timbre. My pieces have been broadcasted by Keith F’eM, Concertzender Radio, and Radio 3 and my scores have been published in IM–OS Improvised Music-Open Scores and THE MASS. I've been teaching piano, music theory, improvisation, and composition for 12 years now. When teaching I always attempt to organise targeted lessons that cover varying musical aspects depending on the students' skills and preferences. I teach either online or at my place in Berlin, Mitte.
DanielLearn Solfège, improvisation, composition and harmony
I am a multi-instrumentalist (saxophone, transverse flute, keyboard), composer and arranger (SACEM member since 2012), excellent improviser. This course will allow you quickly, whatever your instrument and your technical level, to understand and master the chord sequences and the articulation of musical language according to these sequences. In addition, you will learn the most frequent or rare harmonic structures used by composers. And, theory notwithstanding, you will learn to develop your ear to identify harmonic structures. This course also includes an introduction to the history of jazz.
NathaliePiano (classical - jazz/pop) and/or vocal (jazz/pop) lessons
Hello and welcome to my music studio! It is absolutely fabulous that you are interested in music, and I hope you have lots and lots of fun with it! However, diving into the wonders of the piano/keyboard can be a bit overwhelming... and that is where I come in! This course is for anyone from complete beginners to advanced students, from lessons that focus completely on classical music to lessons that include or focus on the basics of jazz/pop. If you like to sing, we can also work on the basics of jazz/pop vocal, so you can learn to accompany yourself at the piano. In our lessons, technique will be an inherent part of the training, as well as analysis, basic music theory, and efficient ways of practicing music. If that all sounds good to you, then please reach out to me and we can start ASAP! Lessons can be in English or Dutch. So who am I? In a nutshell, I am a professional pianist, vocalist, lyricist and blogger. Since 2014, I have taught in various music schools, teaching piano, ensemble, jazz vocal, and solfege. On a more elaborate note, I obtained my Master of Arts in classical piano, summa cum laude, at the Royal Conservatory of Ghent (KASK) in 2017, and studied as a Fulbrighter at Indiana University Jacobs School of Music in Bloomington USA during the 2019-2020 academic year. Every day, I strive to become a better musician and person, and I aim to transfer that passion to my students.
DavidLearn how to play the piano alongside a professional Jazz piano player and teacher
Dear music lovers, My name is David, I am a French professional Jazz Piano player and teacher. I've been awarded several times for my musical projects (1st Price JazzHaus International Piano Competition in Freiburg, Germany, 2nd Price Monaco Jazz Soloist International Competition, Semi-finalist of the Montreux Piano Solo Competition, Switzerland, La Défense Jazz National Competition, Paris, France, etc.) I graduated a Jazz Performance Master degree at HEMU, Lausanne, Switzerland as well as a Jazz Pedagogy Master degree at HKB, Bern, Switzerland. I am available for online (skype or zoom, or other platforms) piano lessons. I offer a wide panel of music styles, from Jazz to Classic, including Pop Music and Film Music. During the lesson, one part of the learning session is about music theory, especially harmony, scales and improvisation. All that seen from a Jazz Pianist approach. We also learn how to sight read music. More importantly, we learn the technic of the instrument, the nuances and musicality we can elaborate alongside this beautiful instrument. Do not hesitate to contact me Regarding availabilities, considering that my main job is touring, and giving the coronavirus situation, I am pretty free and flexible at the moment.
RyanProfessional and Top Quality Guitar Lessons in Tokyo (in studio or online).
Hi there! My name is Ryan, and I am a Canadian guitar instructor living in Tokyo, Japan since 2013. I have taught guitar for nearly 20 years, and have taught hundreds of students, from the casual hobbiest, to the aspiring professional. With my experience as a working international musician, I like to tap into my student's potential to find the perfect balance of structure and freedom. Each lesson is customized to your needs, and you will receive written notation and homework, as well as feedback after each lesson.
MatteoVOCAL TECHNIQUE FOR ALL TYPES OF MODERN SINGING, POP, SWING AND JAZZ SINGING LESSONS, VOCAL COACH, VOICE WORK.
Do you want to know the register of your voice? Can you sing the higher notes without hurting your voice? Learn how to do pass marks? Getting to have a powerful but also agile voice? I am Italian, songwriter, pop and jazz singer and voice teacher with 20 years of experience in music. I offer singing lessons at all levels. My classes are addressed on the development of bodily and vocal awareness which helps to perceive and consider our body as a musical instrument. My teaching method is the result of the synthesis of my experience as a singer and the many and diverse study paths followed. The lesson is structured in two parts: the first half devoted to vocal technique, the second half to musical repertoire. The vocal technique that I propose is a basic technique for all types of modern singing: from postural education to the care of breathing, from the use of the abdominal muscles, to the emission of air to the cavities of resonance. From a repertoire perspective, the course will be modeled after the student's needs or interests, with an eye for the right attitude to hold while you sing and you are on a stage. I prefer pop and jazz, but I can work with any other modern genre. If the student wishes, I can give him notions of harmony and reading music. EDUCATION I studied song with Bruno De Franceschi (conductor and composer of contemporary classical music and musical theater). I studied vocal technique with the lyric singer David Sotgiu (pupil of Luciano Pavarotti), with the lyric singer Maria Grazia Pittavini (teacher at the Perugia Conservatory) and with Cinzia Spata (one of the most important Italian jazz vocal coaches). I studied jazz singing at the Perugia Conservatory with Marta Raviglia (one of the most important Italian jazz singing teachers) and privately with Cinzia Spata. I studied lyrical singing with Maria Grazia Pittavini. I studied pop and jazz piano with Manuel Magrini (one of the most talented young Italian jazz pianists), I studied jazz piano with Alessandro Bravo, jazz piano master at the Perugia Conservatory. I followed masterclasses and trainings relating to the world of singing and voice held by: Maria Pia De Vito (singer), Alejandro Saorin Martinez (voice craft / Estill method), Albert Hera (singer, vocal coach, circle song) , Erika Biavati (singer), Eleonora Bruni (singer), Catharina Kroeger (lyric singer), Amanda Tiffin (South African jazz singer), JD Walter (American jazz singer), Matteo Belli (actor and one of the most important Italian experts in voice research), Franco Fussi (one of the most important phoniatrists in Italy), Roberta Mazzocchi (speech therapist), one-year training in rhytmics and musical pedagogy at Institut Dalcroze in Brussels, three-month training in Gordon method for children between 0 and 6 years old. EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS I have 20 years of experience in music with around 200 concerts between festivals, theaters, clubs and premises, an album of songs, an EP, singles, collaborations with the world of theater, organization of musical events . I lead musical projects in the field of jazz and pop. The passion for singing and song has inevitably brought me closer to the world of education in which I work.