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Trusted teacher: Folk or classical acoustic guitar. The teaching philosophy is adapted to the level of each individual, according to the pace of work and motivation. For example, for beginners: Technique of the plectrum or fingers, coordination and correction of the right and left hand. Learning basic chords, simple themes, simple rhythms, reading tablatures (...). For intermediaries: development of rhythm, construction of chords, writing of tablatures, basic notions of harmony (...). Depending on your goals, you can learn, if you wish, to play 60 to 80% of current music from the first lessons, which often use the same chords and the same techniques. The objectives take into consideration the following points: -Study of various playing techniques, chords, harmony, music of your choice, rhythm, with reading of tablature, teaching structured around the repertoire you like, technique of developing the musical ear - Discovery of the neck, notes and basic positions of open chords - Left / right hand coordination and rhythm exercises for the right hand - Learning of different pieces of your choice - Left hand control exercises, speed and precision - Learning arpeggios - Work around muscle memory - Learning improvisation, musical play with others - Ear training: use your ears to find chords, melodies, sounds and techniques used -Spend a pleasant moment of exchange, without unnecessary institutional pressure, while obtaining concrete results -Understand and discover the many facets of an exciting and user-friendly instrument - Benefit from personalized advice on your posture and certain pitfalls to avoid when starting alone -Adjust and clarify your self-taught knowledge - Learn tablatures / tabs & in English. Note : - Possibility to use the guitar available on site, during the test phase. - As our teacher is also a singing teacher, it is possible to combine the two disciplines: guitar + vocal instrument, and to work on synchronization, style and accuracy. - Possibility of offering this course (birthday, party, Christmas, event ...) to the person of your choice. THE TEACHER : Trained in Grande Ecole post-preparatory classes & Ivy League university in the United States, our teacher has specialized and has worked for more than 15 years, in Europe and North America, in the field, in renowned international public and private establishments, with careful pedagogy and methodology as the watchwords. PLACES : - Locations: Geneva-Lausanne-Friborg-Neuchâtel-Montreux-Bâle-Sion-Sierre-Morges-Bienne. But currently, only by videoconference in accordance with national recommendations on Covid. These sessions also seem to be perfectly unanimous since they have the advantages of direct (example: quality of the interaction), without its disadvantages (ex: loss of travel time), with additional advantages (ex: of notes on the chat, which can be reread afterwards). In this context, these videoconference sessions for which you have requested me, seem to arouse a certain enthusiasm (and a certain enthusiasm). At your request, I therefore continue to offer them.
Guitar · Sound (music)
Trusted teacher: My classes are held online around the world. I can teach in English, Spanish, Russian, Italian, French, German or Portuguese. I am a graduate of the Moscow Conservatory in Russia where I lived, studied music and arts and worked as a ballet teacher, languages and music teacher. I have professional equipment such as cameras in different positions and degrees since it is essential that the student has different optics of both the piano and my body posture. We start with music theory and practice at the same time choosing pieces of preference for the student. The real objective of the class goes beyond the music per se ... but rather a spiritual-intellectual integration which results in genius through music! Music is the hook to touch the soul. Russian piano education focuses on fewer, more challenging pieces. The music will be learnt from memory and much of the learning is done through teacher demonstration. - Solfeggio First of all, what is solfeggio? Also known as 'solfège', solfeggio (sometimes called sight-singing) is the ability to read and sing music at sight. You may have heard this phrase before: 'Do Re Mi Fa So La Ti Do'. This is a method used to help musicians sight-sing. The Russian piano teaching method is often complemented by the use of solfeggio, and it is commonplace that when Russian teachers do use it, they use the fixed do, meaning C is always do, regardless of the key. With the British piano teaching method, solfeggio is less commonly used, and when it is, moveable do (the tonic is do) is used. As you can probably decipher, this makes the Russian method of using solfeggio much more challenging. - Attitude Without wanting to cast a generalisation across Russia, their learning method has been known for strictness, discipline and controversy. It leaves many wondering: Is the Russian way of learning the piano more demanding? Frequently, Russian piano teachers I work with joke about the harshness of teachers in their youth. The method is trying to achieve excellence in piano playing, but encouragement and discipline are used to varying degrees. I mix my adventuress, feisty, serious, exotic, disciplined and wild personality and the outcome are my classes!
Violin · Music composition · Sound (music)
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Trusted teacher: Who is this workshop for? For anyone curious about sound, all music, music in general, who wants to manufacture, build, examine ... (from 12 or 13 years old). Do you need to know music theory? No. But familiarity with music of various styles can be of great help. DJ? "Electro" music? No ! We will not learn here to be a DJ or to compose “dance-music”, “electro” music in the commonly understood sense, not even songs. Do you need to know the computer? It is better if it is, but learning can be done at the same time as musical research. Is this course a software learning course? No. I give the basics (only on Logic Pro X or Garageband) to be able to compose but I do not teach the deep use of software. Is it necessary to have a computer? Yes ! A "workshop" rather than a class? The course takes the form of a practical workshop, listening sessions, criticism of works. By computer? Everything happens on a computer once sound elements of all kinds have been recorded. Editing, transformation, mixing on software designed for this. No software required. The proposed route can be adapted to any multitrack sequencing software. The computer is only a tool, it is the composer who makes the music. Practically what do we do? The composer works “from the sounds” that he has most often recorded himself. He chooses them, assembles them, deforms them, mixes them according to his project, at will. of his intuition, his ideas and desires, gradually builds a music. For those who wish and need it, exercises are offered which allow to approach at the same time techniques of realization and precise musical proposals. Composition / Invention It is not a question of declaring themselves all composers, but of affirming that we can all ask ourselves composers' questions, with both seriousness and imagination. To confront the game of a free invention. What musical orientation? What style ? This is a “musical research” process: seek to invent a music beyond traditional values - note pitches, regular pulsations, instrumental timbres - without forbidding all that. A “music of sounds”, in the broadest possible sense, a “music of all sounds “as opposed to what one could obviously call too simplified“ a music of notes ”. This choice, which apparently seems to shake up musical uses, is nevertheless part of a tradition of more than a century and rich in a repertoire that is too little known and which has had various names: - Electroacoustic music - Concrete music - Acousmatic music - Contemporary music Finally, we each have a precious tool to never forget: our ear, and a fascinating and rewarding job to lead, questioning about oneself.
Music composition · Computer generated music · Sound (music)
Trusted teacher: I kindly and passionately lead you to: · minimize practice time and maximize progress · effectively cope with stage fright · alleviate playing-related pain Greetings! I'm Maja, a seasoned violin instructor with a decade of teaching experience. Holding a Master's degree from the prestigious Mozarteum University in Salzburg, I am dedicated to crafting personalized lessons tailored to your unique needs and talents. Over the past 10 years, I've honed my teaching approach to foster an analytical, conscious method of violin playing. My emphasis on kind correspondence ensures a comfortable and enjoyable learning experience. By employing a relaxed, step-by-step problem-solving technique, we delve into understanding how the brain learns, paving the way for your musical growth. In addition to classical music, I specialize in various genres, including world music, and offer guidance in improvisation, providing you with a diverse and well-rounded musical experience. Moreover, I can assist you in overcoming stage fright, empowering you to shine confidently in your musical performances. Having earned my MA in Salzburg, a city renowned for its musical legacy, I bring a wealth of knowledge and passion to every lesson. My ultimate goal is to equip you with the skills to independently overcome any challenges in your violin journey, making you your best teacher. Embark on this musical adventure with me, and let's create beautiful melodies together! I'm here to guide you towards self-sufficiency in your violin playing. Book your first lesson now and unlock the full potential of your musical journey!
Sound (music) · Violin · Music theory lessons
Piano for All is an educational experience designed to teach people of different age groups to play the piano. This type of course is adapted to the needs, interests and skills of students, regardless of whether they are children, adolescents, young adults or older adults. Below, I give you a general description of what a piano course for all ages might include: 1. Introduction to the piano: - The course usually begins with an introduction to the instrument, where students learn about the parts of the piano and how it works. 2. Fundamentals of music: - Students learn fundamental musical concepts, such as reading scores, rhythm, musical notation and basic theory. 3. Piano technique: - Appropriate techniques of position of hands, fingers and body posture are taught to play the piano. Students practice exercises to develop the necessary dexterity and strength. 4. Repertoire: - Students begin to play musical pieces adapted to their level. The repertoire includes songs of various genres, from classic to popular, to maintain the interest of students. 5. Practice and progression: - As students progress, the course adapts to their individual levels, providing more challenging pieces and enriching their musical understanding. 6. Interpretation and expression: - Musical interpretation and personal expression are encouraged through the piano. Students learn to bring music to life through dynamics, phrasing and style. 7. Auditory development: - Students develop their auditory and musical ability, which allows them to identify tones, chords and melodic patterns. 8. History of music: - Aspects of the history of music can be included so that students understand the context of the works they perform. 9. Presentations and concerts: - Recitaries or presentations can be organized so that students have the opportunity to show their skills and gain confidence on stage. 10. Flexibility: - Piano courses for all ages are usually flexible and adapted to the individual needs and goals of the students. 11. Online education: - Many piano courses offer online options to provide comfort and flexibility to students, which is especially useful for busy adults. 12. Evaluation and follow-up: - Students can be evaluated periodically to measure their progress and receive feedback to help them improve. In summary, Piano for All focuses on teaching musical skills, piano techniques and theory, as well as encouraging musical appreciation and personal expression. The main objective is to allow students to enjoy music throughout their lives and develop piano skills at their own pace and level of interest.
Keyboard (music) · Music teacher training · Sound (music)
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Violin Lessons, Music Theory, effectively cope with stage fright
Maja
Maja is a wonderful violin teacher. She is an experienced, intelligent and gifted music instructor. Her enthusiastic, intuitive approach to students challenges makes learning a most delightful and rewarding experience. I highly recommend Maja for music study.
Review by LARI
Jazz & Pop Singing, Jazz & Pop Piano, Jazz & Pop Harmony (Paris)
Davide
Davide is a great teacher and I have seen improvement with in the first lesson. I will definitely be taking lessons with Davide when I next get the chance.
Review by ZAREK
Professional pianist graduated from the Russian Conservatory of Moscow, 15 years of experience teaching classes globally. (Guadalajara)
Gabriela
Very professional. She is great in Spanish or English. My husband and daughter are both happy with their learnings and have continued lessons.
Review by COCO