AdéliePrivate lessons of musical training (music theory)
Music theory is essential for any musical practice, regardless of the style. You will learn to read notes and rhythms, sing / speak / hit them, listen to them and recognize them in order to train your ear. This course can also be a support course or help with homework, in parallel with a course in conservatory or music school. The times indicated may change at the start of the September 2021 school year.
I propose saxophone lessons for all ages, all levels, and in all styles. I have been running private lessons for 25 years, as well as giving workshops and master classes in colleges and universities. During a lesson I encourage the student to work on: posture, breathing and the position of the mouth (embouchure), helping the projection of sound; the development of the tone; i teach the student how to phrase and play a beautiful melody; techniques of improvisation; understanding harmony; having confidence in his/her playing skills; techniques of listening and interacting with the rhythm section; learning new songs and experiencing different styles of music; Introductions to key saxophonists. Above all i encourage my students to have fun with music! Course locations: Paris 13th and neighbouring arrondissements. Languages: French, English. I have been working as a Professional for 25 years, I have toured all over the world. I am also a composer with six albums under my name. I'll be very happy to meet with you! Musically, Rob
TheoMFA and CFPM graduate professor in Paris and surroundings
Graduated from Nancy's Music Academy International, and the Paris CFPM, I offer private lessons for guitarists of all levels. Professor at the school La Maison des Sons (75002) and also a musician accompanist and studio, I evolve in various projects that allowed me to open the stage for artists such as Bertrand Cantat, Selah Sue, Peter Von Poehl, Girls in Hawaii, Uriah Heep ... Since 2020, I have been creating educational content for Guitar Part Magazine. I will run the course according to the student's wishes: Different style studies: Blues, Rock, soul, slide guitar, pop, Shred, Fusion, Folk, Funk, Jazz, World,… Depending on the level, we will discuss several techniques: bends, hammer, pull off, sweeping, tapping, alternate picking, legato, hybrid picking, economy picking, guitar behind the head, with the teeth ... Learning the pentatonic scale, major system, modes, harmonic and melodic minor scales, game 'out', exotic ranges, ... Development of improvisation Theory and harmony on the guitar: Harmonization range Maj, triads and tetrads, modes, ... Rhythmic playback and playback of Jazz grids. I do not impose music theory and deciphering, but if the student wishes, we can study these disciplines.
RodrigueSOLFEGE / PIANO / LYRIC SONG Learning of Singing and Piano
Student at the National Conservatory of Music in Paris, and classical pianist since childhood, I offer lessons in operatic singing, but also piano and solfège. I have been practicing music for over fifteen years, and I will be delighted to be able to share with you all that I have received during these Conservatory years. I especially want to work in a demanding way, but in a constant good mood and in the love of music.
CamilleGuitar and music theory lessons - Folk / Rock / Metal / Shredder (Harmony | Rhythm)
Rhythm guitar AND solo, with setting up and working on the groove / feeling. Freelance musician, singer and producer, with stage and studio experience. Playing with a pick and fingers, harmony (theory, scales, modes, chords, ...), a lot of rhythm / groove / accents work, improvisation, composition, as well as the work of exercises intended to develop dexterity, precision and speed (work of the outward journey, jump of rope, sweeping, legato, tapping, pickings, ...). Everything will be defined by what I understand about your musical approach, whether you are self-taught, from a conservatory course, from a Current Music course, ..., with a leisure or professional aim; I am not a YouTube tutorial but a teacher who will stick to your own functioning. I do not want to 'format' but rather to give you the tools, the most adapted as possible to your memory and mechanical functioning, to succeed in exploiting your talent and to accompany you to reach the targeted level. Possibility of initiation to MAO (Computer Assisted Music); and production support. Provision of a website with access for each student to course reports and corresponding files. Being particularly passionate, attentive, open and anxious to be a teacher. I teach children / adults as an independent and for different recognized home course structures.
AnnaClarinet/music theory/music introduction classes, any level
Clarinet classes are made of two main parts : - one part to warm up (scales, games, breathing...) - another part about instrumental technicality (mouthpiece position, fingering, rightness...) The first part is dedicated to one particular technique at a time (legato, pizzicato, rhythm...). The second one consists of studying one piece from classical, jazz or klezmer repertory. Student and teacher will be able to play duets together. You are free to submit any piece/score you would like to play.
LaurePrivate lessons of violin and solfege in Paris
Student in violin at CRR Rueil-Malmaison, where I am in a specialized cycle, I give violin lessons to young students in 1st, 2nd and 3rd cycles of conservatories. I can also take students from music schools. My goal is to give these students the taste of the violin and allow them to blossom with their instrument. I wish that the pleasure of the music trumps the possible blockings related to the difficulty of the instrument. I always systematically listen to an excerpt from a work, when possible, at the beginning of the class, to extend the student's musical culture and give him the desire to discover many different musics by himself. I propose a teaching of 30 minutes in the 1st cycle, and between 45 minutes and 1 hour according to the profiles from the 2nd cycle. I can also give reinforcement classes in music theory. I am at the CRR in Paris in orchestration, analysis and writing music, I finished the solfege two years ago and I conduct conducting, so I have a solid musical background, which allows me to help students.
EstherYoung Consultant gives private lessons of Solfège
Born of parents professional musicians (classical music), I have always been immersed in music and I give beginners music theory (10 years of conservatory).
Sibylle DenisPrivate lessons of piano and violin by fun and attractive methods for children and young people!
Coming from a family of musicians, (mother concert pianist graduated from the National Conservatory of Music in Paris), I offer a new concept of musical education that makes this experience exciting and full of joy and happiness for children, young people and not so young! Students learn to listen, play, read, understand and enjoy all aspects of music. They also study performance, improvisation and composition, on piano and / or violin. Designed for children as well as young people or adults, my classes cultivate creativity as well as the joy of learning and sharing a wonderful experience!
LalehViolin lessons at home in Paris and near suburbs
Higher diploma of violin teaching, higher diploma of chamber music, student in higher diploma of performance of violin at the Ecole Normale de Musique in Paris, with more than fifteen years of teaching experience and more than ten years of experience playing in orchestras, I give violin lessons of all levels and all ages. For beginner students a theoretical accompaniment is also possible. Classes can begin at any time of the year. Flexible hours according to availability. Courses are also possible in English or Persian.
AshleySaxophone: Jazz, Improvisation, Theory
I like to bring a fresh approach to developing the musical awareness and technique of my students. My teaching experience has shown me that it's important to maintain the student's individuality whilst striving to improve their overall level of musicianship. All ages and levels welcome. ***** Saxophonist, Composer, Educator Ashley is a saxophonist and composer formerly based in London and Birmingham, UK. Under the tuition of Mike Williams, Percy Pursglove and Hans Koller, Ashley graduated from the Birmingham Conservatoire with Honours in the summer of 2015. During his time on the course, Ashley was selected to be coached by and subsequently perform with internationally renowned musicians Jeff Ballard, George Colligan and the late John Taylor. A product of the Junior Guildhall Jazz Programme, Ashley has performed in numerous venues around London including the Barbican and Royal Albert Hall. Before moving to Paris to pursue new musical projects he was a private educator and an active member of the Birmingham Jazz scene for 6 years.
LaraViolin lessons and / or solfeggio for beginner or intermediate
Hello, I am a violinist, graduate of a conservatory prize in Tours. I propose courses of violin and / or solfeggio, as well for beginners as for more advanced levels. I am dynamic, and smiling, I make sure to lead my classes in a fun and stimulating way. I find it very important to put as quickly as possible the work of technique in application on pieces, to create a musicality and sensitivity, and also to have the pleasure of "loop" a piece. For solfeggio, same approach, working on both the weak points and the qualities to never demotivate! I adapt very well to students' demands regarding their goals, and I always listen. Feel free to contact me for more information ! See you soon !!
MadeleineLearn To Play the Violin, for Beginner's of All Ages
This class is for aspiring violin players. The focus is to learn from the very basics: bow hold, how to read music (if necessary), navigating the strings. You'll quickly learn a variety of techniques and beginner's pieces in a relaxed, fun environment. If you are an absolute beginner, this is not a problem at all.
NarekPiano Performance Course
Young enthusiastic pianist and pedagogue offers courses of PIANO, ANALYSIS / THEORY OF MUSIC, CHAMBER MUSIC to children and adults wishing to begin or improve in Paris and its suburbs. INDIVIDUAL or SMALL GROUPS (max 2) courses, open to various musical aesthetics beyond the classical, and adapted to students according to age / goals / abilities, promoting creativity through the most current methodologies: to both very rigorous, demanding, but also flexible, fun and fun.
YoannPiano lessons, piano accompaniment or / and lyrical singing
For piano lessons, above all, have fun! The first lesson is given according to your level and your piano and musical desires. Then I adapt the learning according to (technique, pieces that can be approached ect ...) For singing lessons, I am an opera singer. So people wanting to approach opera welcome and anyone who wants to improve their techniques (opera or variety) also welcome. Vocalises and songs according to your level and musical desires. For music theory lessons it is really for those who want to fill their gap. In general I always accompany my piano or singing lessons with solfegic notions.