RemiSinging lessons in Groningen from a professional Argentinian singer
I'm a professional singer teacher from Argentina, with over 12 years of teaching experience. Graduated at the University of Music of Buenos Aires.
I worked giving singing lessons in cultural centers, schools of music and also in my own studio. At the same time during my career I had many musical projects of different styles like rock, pop, jazz, tango and brasilero. I also worked seven years as a singer in a state orchestra of popular music of Buenos Aires where we performed around the country of Argentina and we give music workshops as well.
Knowing your own voice, seeing your potential, setting goals, working and achieving them generates a feeling of freedom and absolute happiness.
That is why I invite all the people who want to discover this incredible instrument that we carry with us, and those who already sing to continue training and surpassing goals.
The course lasts one hour, where we practice vocal technique and work on a repertoire of songs looking for the best, natural and confortable way of interpretation.
I give you lessons in English, Spanish and Italian!
I'm looking forward to working with you and to hearing you sing!
AustėjaSinging for beginners and advanced ones (jazz, soul, r&b, pop)
Singing is a great way to express yourself in a most honest way. I teach how to find your own voice, how to understand music and how to improvise. Every lesson depends on the things the student wants to learn or get better at. I invite you to try my singing lessons and experience how music brightens your life.
KlaraSaxophone and flute lessons in Groningen and online (various styles)
Do you want to learn how to play saxophone or flute but don't know where to start? Have you been playing for few years already but lost your motivation and you feel stuck? Do you want to take your playing skills to higher level? Do you want to feel free when improvising? Do you want to know what is the theoretical background behind the music you love so much? I can help you with all of that.
I offer saxophone and flute lessons in jazz (especially), but also classical, pop... you name it. Bring your favourite music pieces and I will help you to play them and improvise. In addition, I can help you with better understanding of music theory. If you are also interested in composition, I am the right address for you. Every student is unique, this is why I will do my best to find out what is the best and the most fun process for you to learn and improve fast.
EduardoSaxophone, Clarinet, Piano and Music Theory classes taught by graduates in Music Performance
I am a graduate in Bachelor´s Jazz & Modern Music Performance at the Conservatori Superior de Música del Liceu in Barcelona (Spain). I am offering physical and online lessons in Music Theory (harmony, composition, solfège ...), Improvisation and Instrument (Saxophone, Clarinet and Piano).
Lessons are addressed to every student profile, regardless of age, level of expectations (no matter if it is seen as a hobby or rather if the individual is getting prepared for official Conservatory auditions, etc.).
We will play and / or focus on what the student wants / needs to go deep in (whatever music style of his / her interest, more theoretical aspects or rather practical ones), trying to obtain the maximum profit from the employed time, and placing as our priority the actual learning of the person as the main factor for her / his motivation.
NickSINGING LESSONS | Jazz/ Pop/ Singer Songwriter | Music theory
Singing is one of the most powerful ways to express yourself in music.
If you are looking to explore your voice, learn information about vocal technique and music theory or progress in playing and singing together, I can be of help.
I look forward to sharing everything I have learned in my musical journey with you.
SebastianoLearn to Play (Jazz) Saxophone! Highly-personalized lessons that focus on the student's individual progress
Hello fellow musician!
Have you ever dreamed of becoming a saxophone player?
Wheter you are trying to become a jazz improviser, or you have just started familiarizing with the instrument, I can teach you how to:
- be able to produce a beutiful sound;
- use music theory as a practical way to play correctly over changes;
- maximize the outcome of your practice-time;
- master the technique on your horn.
As a student, I often found myself struggling with resolving a particular set of problems. I would often be confronted with higher-levelled players, wondering whether I would ever be able to express myself as they did through their music. Having been studying this music for many years, I experimented with a lot of different learning methods, only to find out that music improvisation is something that is mainly learned in a very personal, differentiated way. One of the most interesting things I experienced as an educator, when confronted with students who shared my own past insecurities, doubts, questions, and struggles, was getting to understand a part of the person in front of me; and to find a way in which they would finally be able to grasp and internalize a theoretical concept that could then enable them to formulate a more coherent musical idea. Even if every student is a unique individual, thus responding to different educational methods, I think that, over time, I was able to identify a red line around which I could create a method that can be beneficial to the majority of aspirational players.
For the past few years, I have been giving private instrument lessons to jazz players with varied backgrounds and experience.
My educative career consists of a traditional classical, MA in classical saxophone (Conservatorio G. B. Martini, Bologna), a BA in jazz saxophone (ibid.), and a BA in jazz saxophone called New York Jazz Bachelor at the Prins Claus Conservatorium Groningen which I am currently busy with.
LewisSaxophone and Flute Jazz and Classical from Professional Musician
I’m a professional musician from London who studied on the highly regarded jazz course at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance; whilst at Trinity I also studied Flute with members of some of London’s prestigious orchestras. Whilst in London performed at well known venues like Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club and The South Bank Centre but also played around in the city in jazz clubs like Kansas Smitty’s and Olivers. As well as performing in London I’ve played all around the UK and abroad. I’m also a highly experienced and regard teacher having taught all the way from university level to primary school. My teaching adapts to the pupil after we identify the areas we want to and wish to work on but also aspects of playing i think you need to improve or will be good to work on. I can also provide theory lessons
NickHow to play saxophone and the art of improvisation Groningen
I think of me as social musician. I mostly like to play sharing music with others. My first priority goes to having an interesting/charming/ resonant full sound. Then i work on how to connect your inner ear ability so that u can play as simple as possible in a way that u can hear it before you are getting to play it on saxophone. But i am also teaching how to play simply in a way that makes enough sense through several understandings related to ways that improvised music have used before. I a mostly an alto player but i can teach to any other sort of saxophone like tenor ,soprano etc. My sound , technique and lessons are mostly coming from jazz music(blues,swing , mostly american music of 20s-60s)
I assign homework after every lesson about the technique of the saxophone but also the possible tools of improvisation in music.
JanezDrum lessons by an experienced performer and teacher
Obtaining the knowledge of drumming trough personalised ways and exciting energy.
You would be given a spectrum of knowledge - from basics to complicated stuff, from written out music to improvisation. We will cover technique and playing in different styles, but we will mainly work on firm control and give freedom to your own expression.
Listening to examples of music we try to imitate and learning about them is an important part, so we will spend time on that too.
I will also teach and provide you with reading material, meaning notes, organised in music pieces.
DomenBass guitar lessons for all ages and all genres in Groningen.
I am a second year Master student at the jazz department of the Prince Claus Conservatoire. I am a bass player and a composer, who performed in over 10 countries with different projects as a leader and a sideman.
Bass lessons include:
-multiple genres (pop, rock, jazz, funk, soul, hip hop, ...)
- music theory
I am open to any needs and wishes of a student and I would make a personal schedule for each student, depending on their needs and goals.
J. t.Learn to Play Piano (Jazz, Accompanying, Songwriting, Music Theory)
Hello there, ever since I was a teenager I have always admired musicians in small and gigantic stages alike, and have wondered how such marvelous magic could possibly be created from their fingertips. If you are reading this, then maybe you feel the same way towards the piano as I do!
I can offer myself to explore with you, with my experiences coming from jazz piano playing, how it works on the piano: basic playing skills, chords and how to voice them, playing solo lines, harmonic knowledge to write your own song, learning to read a lead sheet with only melody and chords, and so many more.
Here are some of the goals that you and I can work together to make it happen:
1) Learn to play your favorite tunes on piano or electric piano
2) Learn to accompany yourself while you are singing
3) Learn to play in a band setting
4) Learn to write and play your own songs
5) Learn the keyboard skills for your home production gears (i.e. MIDI keyboard controllers)
6) Learn to improvise on the piano
Now, a little bit about myself; the moment I decided that I should try for music came much later compared to my colleagues. I started very late, and thus had to come up with methods of teaching myself fast and efficiently. And I believe that my own experiences coming from the struggles I've had could be of help to you, to understand the task at the hand better and to come up with plans on how to handle them.
Still, at the end of the day, progress by itself would be not our ultimate goal; it would be to have fun sitting in front of the piano!
If you are interested, hit me up!
ElenaSinging lessons by teacher with Master / 20 years of experience
Singing lessons (lessons for children below):
Graduate of the Brussels Conservatory in jazz singing (Master), I sing professionally and am pedagogue for 20 years now. I offer private lessons and semi-singing in Watermael-Boitsfort (corner of the broom).
Classes are directed to the desires and demands of the student.
Here is what I propose ...
Voice technique: through vocalizations and other fun exercises, learn to use your body and your voice in an effective and healthy way.
Directory (or not): chosen by the student and the teacher. My preference goes to jazz and all its branches and roots (bossa, brazilian, blues, gospel, polyphony, ...) because it's for me the best training but I'm open and I sing myself (almost) every other styles ;-)
Improvisation: the best for the end :-) listening exercise, creativity, self-expression, voice and musicality. Through very progressive and clear exercises, we will explore (if the pupil desires) vocal improvisation.
Music lessons for children (from 1 year to + -6-7 years old):
Animation of 30 min or 45 min (depending on age) with the same structure that remains, the songs change.
Song or rhythmic activity to say hello
Gesture song (fine psychomotricity)
Songs with maracas eggs (keep a pulse, manipulate the eggs, work on coordination)
Presentation of a musical instrument
Song to be accompanied by children of different percussion instruments
Song to move or dance
Pre music theory or recognition exercise of noises or instruments (depends on age)
Song to say goodbye
DannySONGWRITING course with intensive and result-oriented methods
English Translation: contact me please
SONGS generally consist of chord and text lines. But where does that information come from and how do you make something out of nothing? How do you make that one great hIT or how strongly does your new song affect your love? Well, that's called "inspiration processing" and how does that work? Well, I'll tell you that in my course.
If you already play the guitar or piano, you are one step ahead. Your instrument is like a trampoline that offers you more options to go further and higher.
Most 'songs' are born at the craziest moments. A good songwriter his / her antennas are always open :-) and for some it is a continuous activity.
During my course I teach you through all sorts of tips and tricks (including: Travel Chord Duo Method - One Four Five and minor input - Key Word Designation and Relative Chord Progressions etc.) how you can achieve strong songs.
For me it is a daily activity and I have been writing all my life for others and sometimes for myself. All in all I have sold more than a million copies worldwide as an author / composer / performer. Is that little or is that a lot? I do not know. It doesn't interest me that much anymore.
I want to share my knowledge about how to write a song with motivated people who want to go further than just replaying others' songs. Whether they get stuck somewhere during composing and who are not afraid to seek advice.
Music is a life flirt. There are only two types of music: good and bad ...
Do you have a foundation of chords, do you want to know how to make a good song .....? Just book an hour to get started. That is the scan hour. Are we lying together and is there a click? If you book and I confirm, then you also know who I am and where I hide :-) Not satisfied after the first 'lesson'?
LucasFrom Jazz to Classical: Saxophone and Piano lessons in Amsterdam
Jazz Lessons in Amsterdam.
Don't wait anymore and start your new hobby!
If you love music and you feel the inner urge of learning it, I can help you out. I can teach students from all the levels playing either saxophone or piano. From jazz style to classical.
After years of studying and practicing, I've arrived to the conclusion that the best way to learn music is by transcribing and singing. Music is like language,so I start by teaching how to connect the voice with the instrument. In an playfull way, I will introduce you to harmony, teach you how to read music, compose your own tunes and improvise. Side by side with theory according to your musical taste and preferences.
I've been learning music since I was 3 years old and recently I've graduated with a Master Degree at the Conservatorium Van Amsterdam. Previously, I've studied at ESMUC (Barcelona), Kunst Uni Graz (Graz), Temple University (Philadelphia). I'm a professional performer since 5 years ago and I've performed in several countries around the world.
MarthaGesangsunterricht - singing lessons - erfahrene Gesangslehrerin - experienced vocalcoach - via webcam
I want to help you realize your full potential as a singer and to guide and encourage you as you progress.
I am a very motivated singing teacher, vocal coach and singer with an extensive academic background in singing. I was educated in singing at the conservatories of Vienna, Berlin and Barcelona and I enjoy listening to and learning from great musicians.
I have 18 years of professional experience and am experienced in a range of styles, including musical, jazz, modern music, pop, rock etc. As a vocal coach, I can help you to prepare performances, recordings, and for auditions.
Singing lessons are individually tailored to suit you, your objectives, and your voice. Due to increasing demand for online lessons they are offered via Skype, from the comfort of your home and according to your own schedule. Lessons in German, English or Spanish.
Please let me know your needs and availability