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Casual Composition Teachers & Casual Composition Lessons

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Rick

Rick

Masters: Mmus Music Performance (Merit) 2010 (2010)
profession Phrasing Concentration I have had numerous teachers throughout the years, some good, some bad. This has given me great insight to 'how not to teach' - understanding the dynamic, respect and balance needed in a student/pupil relationship. This is considered very carefully for each student I have. I usually travel to my students for their comfort and ease, if this is something you require please let me know. There is an additional charge though,...
Andy

Andy

Bachelors: BA Honours (first class) Music Technology (2006)
great depth. Talent is not enough, and I believe it is the responsibility of the teacher to assess and evalute each pupil on their own strengths and develop their skills, motivate them to practice and inspire confidence. The piano techniques that I teach can be traced back to Beethoven, Chopin, and Liszt, and for my advanced students I also teach the Russian and French schools of pianism. I can transform a persons' piano playing in...
Robert

Robert

Bachelors: 1st, Music and English Literature (2011)
of the tutee - will have an influence over the direction of lessons. Not only can I help the student develop a well rounded approach to their music exams and the constituent parts of this, but also can endeavour to teach skills that are often undervalued by formal music courses, such as playing by ear, improvisation, chordal accompaniments and so on. I also separately offer music theory tuition where I will aim to communicate my...
Ramon
this is the best way to learn any instrument as it is much more enjoyable for the student. When you're having fun, practicing isn't hard work. Learning to play guitar and understanding music go hand in hand, which is often overlooked by amateur guitar teachers. I will be able to explain to you not just how to play the guitar, but how music works. To coincide with lessons, I will also keep a record of...
Stuart

Stuart

Doctorate: Art & Design (2008)
my approach. From this a bespoke scheme of learning is created. Working with young people, and having two young children in my own family has given me much experience of how to engage children in learning a musical instrument, especially when it comes to the initial challenges of children having smaller hands. Whether it is for the beginner or to advanced, I am able to provide tuition that draws from a variety of professional experiences...
Jonathan
booking where possible. Ten 1-hour lessons cost £380, (saving you £20) or twenty 1-hour lessons cost £760, (saving you £40). Cash, cheque or bank transfer. 2) Cash payment per hour lesson of £40 (if half hour, £30). Tutor must give at least 24 hours notice if cancelling, otherwise payment for that lesson will be expected. (If learning the guitar, these prices will differ slightly). I require at least two weeks notice, in advance of two...
Phillip

Phillip

Masters: Master of Music (Distinction) (2004)
with fellowships/posts at the Royal College of Music, London College of Fashion, London College of Communication, and the University of the Arts London. I have taught children from the age of 4+ up to adults (70+). I teach and guide each student differently, dependent on their experience, commitment and what they wish to achieve - from relaxed music making, casual lessons, or rigorous work for exams, GCSE, A-level, degrees, entry exams, concerts or competitions. I...
Rae

Rae

Masters: MMus in Leadership (composition, performance, collaborative work, education) (2013)
in education and performance with a great variety of people from a young age, to the elderly. I have taught individual music classes, small groups of instrumental lessons, as well as large groups of students in classroom or workshop style formats. I am passionate about approaching music creatively, adapting to different settings and applying a tailor-made approach to students, to be flexible with varying learning abilities, styles and needs of the students. I like to...
Nancy Dlores

Nancy Dlores

PGCE: Qualified teacher Status (2011)
an individualised learning plan will be made and in succession with lessons reviewed, analysed and updated. Readily all students have out of hour support. I can be contacted on-line or via phone. Optional concerts are also made available so that students can showcase their musical talents. In the past we have had work from amateur vocal accompanists and jazz composers. These events also prove to be a great opportunity to make friends with like minded...
Scott

Scott

PGCE: PostGraduate Diploma in Education (2016)
would be particularly useful to those studying GCSE or A level music, the composition aspects of which I have taught over the past year. I also personalise my lessons: the first thing I ask my students is "What do you want to learn? Is there a particular song/tune/style of music you want to play?" This way I enthuse students from the first lesson with the music they are interested in, and once they have mastered...

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