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Expert Organ Teachers & Expert Organ Lessons

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Susan

Susan

Professional: CTABRSM (2011)
a reasonably structured approach through the use of tutor books for beginners. Once the pupil is ready, I suggest taking a Prep Test before moving on to Grade Examinations. Pupils are free to choose either ABRSM or Trinity for examinations. Some pupils prefer not to take exams, which is also fine. Pupils are encouraged to practise scales and arpeggios every day and to play them at the lesson each week. Set pieces are taught hands...
Paul

Paul

: Yamaha Music School trained (0)
I also teach product knowledge lessons to people who want to learn more about how to get the most from their digital piano/keyboard. One of my pupils that I taught from the age of 8 has recently performed in a band on the Jools Holland show. I Have a pleasant manner with the way I teach. I never over pressurise my students. This way I tend to get very good results with all my teaching....
Raymond

Raymond

Bachelors: BMus(Hons) 2:i (1996)
local level. Others have learnt more for pleasure, and i try and adapt lessons to what the individuals want to acheive either in the short or long term. I find that a balance between technical work, (scales, exercises, and studies), and pieces aimed at putting skills into practice works well, as without technical skills the level that can be acheived is often limited, or more difficult to acheive. I tend to work around the Assocaited...

David

Other: ALCM (Hons.) Electronic Organ (2004)
for students to perform publicly if they so desire! At the outset, it is important to know what stage the student is at, both in terms of their instrument and in their understanding of music theory - these are closely interlinked. I am an enthusiastic, patient teacher but thrive to make people understand what they can achieve. All student preferences are catered for with the student guiding the musical material for the lessons. Lessons ideally...
Paul

Paul

Other: Grade 8 (1985)
and laid back approach to teaching. If you would like to learn for fun then I am happy to adopt a no pressure approach and if you are looking to gain industry recognised qualifications then I am here to offer you all the support and tutoring you will require to reach your chosen goal. It's all about horses fro courses and if you would like to learn how to "knock out" a simple tune for...
Phillip

Phillip

Masters: MA (Music, Sacred Music Studies) (2013)
the abilities of each student. This is followed up with each lesson is carefully prepared for to ensure a good paced lesson aimed at making a good level of progress during the lesson. Piano I teach the piano where students can either study for exams or simply for pleasure and I teach the full age range from children to adults. For exams I usually use the ABRSM examination syllabi and would expect most students to...
Huw

Huw

Bachelors: Music Technology BSc (1997)
a comfortable sofa are provided for parents who attend, as well as adults learning the piano. My approach to teaching is to do so according to the ability of the pupil; gentle encouragement and an inspiring style are what motivates the pupil to reach their full potential. Those having lessons should never forget the importance of regular daily practice between weekly lessons if they want to make proper progress. As a guide to pupil age...

Nicola

Professional: FTCL (1971)
and colleges as well as at my home. I also teach organ and theory of music. In my teaching studio at home I have a Yamaha piano, a Technics digital piano and a Makin three manual organ with full size pedal-board. I help students with exam aural tests preparation and I am often called upon to play piano accompaniments for examination candidates. I teach mainly classical music but all kinds of music are considered and...
Tobias

Tobias

Masters: Concert Organist (2000)
a soloist in Dorset where I am holding an organist's position too. I am easygoing, passionate with music, very skilled and friendly. I performed for concerts in Germany and the UK. I do have online and "real life" experience in teaching music since I am 16 years with a very good reputation and "outcome" for my pupils. Relaxed but accurate, I always want to comfort the pupils by giving them the bigger picture in combination...
Robert

Robert

Professional: RSA Cert (1981)
I am a professor at the Royal College of Music, and have also taught at the University of Southampton, the City Literary Institute, and at a school which has been awarded specialist Music College Status. I adapt my approach to suit the needs, level and pace of each individual pupil. I prepare pupils for graded exams, music scholarship, and university / conservatoire entrance. I am also happy to teach pupils who prefer not to take...

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