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Music Theory Teachers & Music Theory Lessons

First Tutors: Music helps you to find the best private Music Theory tutor in the UK. Use our system to search for home Music Theory tutors near you and choose the teacher who best fits your requirements.

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Stefan

Stefan

Bachelors: BMus (Hons) Violin Performance (2013)
exams or just to further a students knowledge of musical analysis. I have delivered sessions in harmonic analysis and music history for Bucksmore Education Summer School in Oxford as well as preparing undergraduates for music theory modules. Enjoyment is the key to quick and efficient learning especially at a young age. Developing the ear, sense of rhythm, musical personality as well as teaching the instrument itself is paramount in making a rounded and versatile musician...
Charlotte

Charlotte

Bachelors: BMus Music (Hons.) (2015)
By Admin** Whilst at the prestigious Purcell School for young musicians, I lead an award-winning music outreach group. I have extensive experience with one-to-one lessons, teaching over 50 students in the past three years. I make lessons fun and tailor the pace to the student. I have experience with adult learners too. For theory and written exams I provide comprehensive revision and exam technique sessions as part of the package. I am fully CRB enhanced...
Rick

Rick

Masters: Mmus Music Performance (Merit) 2010 (2010)
or Distinction. My specialty in Jazz acts as a foundation to teach pupils all styles of music, since the high technical, aural and theoretical background makes all styles of music easier to grasp and understand. I also combine a subtle use of coaching to focus on exact pupil needs, as well as creating a relaxed atmosphere. Specific areas covered in detail are: Technique - Covering all aspects of left/right hand playing Sound - Amplification/effects and...
Mariana

Mariana

Bachelors: Music with Instrumental Teaching (2014)
additional cost. My students are of various ages, ranging from 3-80. Every person is different and I try to personalise the lessons to individual needs. All my demonstrations are backed up by visual print-outs, the pieces are selected according to musical preference and level. The lessons are pre-planned with clear goals. Weekly practice sheets are used with specific points on how to make practice more effective. Video demonstrations are offered. I run casual recitals in...

Angie

QTS: QTS (Qualified Teacher Status (0)
a friendly teacher who loves teaching both children and adults of all ages. Fully Qualified Secondary Music Teacher with many years experience teaching instrumental lessons, English and Spanish. I have a fun and friendly approach and tailor all lessons to pupils' specific needs so they can reach their full potential. If pupils would like to take exams then I guide them through ensuring they achieve the best outcome while enjoying their music at the same...
Michael

Michael

Cranleigh
Music Theory
Other: Associate (1977)
theory more effectively through seeing how it is directly relevant to artistic performance. I have children both in their twenties and still at primary school, and have coached them effectively at various ages and through a number of subjects including music theory. Music theory isn't dry and abstract, but a vital complement to learning to play, sing and appreciate music. A sound understanding of music theory enables students to play and interpret music accurately, but...
Natalia

Natalia

Eastleigh
Piano, Keyboard, Music Theory
College: Piano Teacher, Accompanist (1989)
deep empathy for her students and their needs. Most of Natalia's teaching is one a one to one basis and she develops caring yet professional rapport with her students who all adore her. Natalia prepares her students for concerts, recitals, assemblies and, for those who show promise and dedication, for Trinity Guildhall piano examinations. Natalia has achieved a 100% pass rate for these examinations throughout the time she has worked at School" Marilyn Dillon Bed,...
Karen

Karen

Professional: level 2 classroom assistant (2002)
primary school. I am also a musical entertainer where I play clarinet, sing and play sax for weddings, functions and special occasions. I also play for patients at residential and care homes. I offer both teaching students for their own personal enjoyment, or work towards exams. The exam boards I cover are ABRSM for woodwind instruments, LCM for musical theatre singing and Rockschool for keyboard. I also organise concerts for my pupils to take part...
Head of Music. I have vast experience of teaching Music and Drama GCSE, A level Music and Theatre Studies, and have 5 years experience of delivering and moderating BTEC Music levels 2 and 3. I am happy to teach beginners and nervous students. I am patient and nurturing. I especially understand how daunting vocal lessons can be, and work at building self-confidence as well as good technique. As a vocal teacher I will help you...
Joana

Joana

PGCE: Post-Compulsory Education Teaching (2015)
investigation, learning from questions, test practice, practical experimentation, and lecturing/demonstration. I encourage tutees to engage in reading and writing when appropriate. I follow a philosophy where any subject is accessible to anyone, so that I am committed to work with every tutee whether they are new to the subject or experienced. Music theory lessons will be assisted with the use of keyboard or electric guitar, and music software (Logic and/or GarageBand) to enhance learning. I...

Levels We Offer For Music Theory Lessons: Beginner music-theory, Intermediate music-theory, Advanced music-theory, Expert music-theory, Casual music-theory

Music Theory is crucial element of learning an instrument once you have attained a certain level. Whether you're seeking private tuition for yourself or a family member, First Tutors: Music can help you find a music theory tutor who is both experienced and professional, in an area local to you!

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