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Laurence

Laurence

Masters: Performance (2018)
involved with orchestral workshops for primary schools which involved coaching woodwind sections, individual tuition and arranging music parts for the students. The workshops culminated in a performance to the parents at the end of the day so they could see the rewards of their children's effort. I also have a 100% exam pass rate. I believe that the most important aspect of learning an instrument is to make it an enjoyable and rewarding experience; playing...
Katharine

Katharine

Bachelors: BA Music (hons) (2015)
Instruments. At University I took a keen interest in Education modules including Music in the Community module where I went on placement at Heworth Primary School as a music teacher. For my dissertation, I developed a multi-faced learning environment for Year 6 to discover all the woodwind instruments. Taking inspiration from Peter and the Wolf, I used theatre and character association as a teaching method. I have also volunteered as a Youth and Children's worker...

Anita

School: N/A considering experience (1990)
much to my Parents annoyance. In 1994 I got married and moved up to Hampshire where I joined Hampshire Music Services and as well as working at Thornden School I did much award teaching. I have worked in many schools in the area and have also worked for Southampton Music Service. I have recently taken my Jazz Flute Exam Grade 8 and passed with Distinction. Well qualified to teach Jazz. I have a wide range...
Tamás

Tamás

Bachelors: BA in Jazz Saxophone (2013)
Milan, Italy for two years. I prefer using the Kodaly method, with which I started learning music at the age of 5. I adapt that same method to the individual needs of each one of my students when and as necessary. A lot of my students, aged 7 to 45, were complete beginners when we first met, so that I am continuously perfecting my skills in teaching the basics of music. These include scales, music...
Emma
100% exam success rate, I have worked alongside children under the age of 18 at the Royal College of Music Junior Department for over three years, and have played with and coached multiple small ensembles here. Last year, I was given the opportunity to deputise at the City of London Boy's School as part of my degree. Aside from music, I am a keen horse-rider and regularly assist and teach for The Pony Club, working...
Ed

Ed

Bachelors: Music (2014)
in and leading ensembles, both small and large. I feel that this experience helps my ability to teach others by having a diversity in genres and learning environments. I have been teaching for almost two years now and always incorporate an element of enjoyment in my lessons. It is a fantastic experience seeing your students progress. Whether going through the grading system or just playing for fun, I structure lessons around the students own ability...
John

John

Professional: Advanced Diploma in Jazz, University of St Andrews (2009)
I have taught singing, clarinet and saxophone in various schools in both the state and private sectors. Many of my students have gone on to study music at university/conservatoire level. I regularly present my students for graded music examinations and they enjoy a high level of success in these. I recently completed the Advanced Diploma in Jazz from the University of St Andrews and have begun to incorporate Jazz into my teaching. I view each...
Joe

Joe

Bachelors: Maths with Music (2.1) (2016)
fostering the essential qualities needed to achieve their goals whilst enjoying themselves. At the ages of 15-17 I also taught piano to a handful of young children so it is an area I am extremely familiar and confident with. When teaching I make sure to tailor the lesson to the individual personality and aims of each student whilst ensuring the learning environment is relaxed yet focused. Outside of the lesson I believe that inspiring students...

Anthony

Doctorate: Ph.D. in Musicology (2001)
possible, from the selection of the instrument for the student, to the development of goals and the subsequent definition of the best course of study. Often, students have no idea what they are trying to accomplish and have barely heard the various genres their instrument are suited for. The fundamental skills are the same for all purposes, but very soon in the learning process, the approach may change if the student is aiming at classical...
Felicity
and examining all musical instruments. I have been teaching for 30 years for a music service. I can take group lessons and individual lessons. I teach a wide age range, small children to retired adults, and any ability, beginners to post grade 8. Many of my pupils take exams with great sucess. I try to make lessons enjoyable for us all. Music can be in a variety of styles but should always be played to...

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