Information About Ana - Glasgow teacher - (27 reviews)
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I am a trumpet player, teacher and a graduate of the Masters in Performance programme at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. I obtained my Bachelor in Music at the Madrid Royal Conservatoire in Spain, and moved to Glasgow in 2015 when I was offered a place to study Master in Music (Performance) a the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. While doing my Masters I have been part of highly considered music Ensembles such as the Con Brass 10 Piece of the RCS or the Red Note Contemporary Ensemble, and performed with the Scottish orchestras by winning the Apprenticeship Schemes auditions: RSNO, the BBC SSO, and The Scottish Opera Orchestra. I am also a member of the Pro Youth Philarmonia Orchestra based in London.
I am currently conducting a Brass Band in Glasgow (King's Park Brass) and studying the Postgraduate in Teaching at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
Music has always been the most important part of my life since I was 8 years old, I love my instrument, I am very passionate and friendly and consider myself an effective communicator and full of initiative.
I taught trumpet at the International School SEK Santa Isabel in Madrid. This gave me very good experience that taught me how to pass my knowledge and skills through communicating clearly to the students. I have also tutored young trumpet players privately.
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I believe music can bring happiness to any person's life and my teaching method is based on support, motivation, and making the students think, leading them to good results rather than directly giving them the key to get them quick. That way, playing the instrument is always associated with pleasure and personal satisfaction, followed by a "want more" feeling that makes you enjoy the process: the process of discovering and assimilating sensations and therefore getting the desired results.
The way a lesson is planned is very important and it needs to be full of the necessary information needed to achieve and improve the various skills and techniques, but also needs to be kept upbeat and interesting enough to hold the attention of each student. I always try to make my lessons enjoyable depending on the personal interests/preferences.
I have a flexible schedule and I can travel anywhere in Glasgow, or further for a modest fee.
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Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (all times)
References Available: Yes (✔ On File)
- Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (2017) - Master of Music in Performance (2 years) (Masters) (✔ On File)
- Royal Conservatoire of Madrid (2015) - Bachelor in Music (Hons) (Bachelors) (✘ Not On File)
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I'll be back (not like the terminator, just for more lessons).
She seems to be a very well prepared piano teacher and we are already thinking to get lessons for my daughter as well.
She is such a nice tutor, with lots of ideas and material to work through, passionate and organised.
She manages to deliver the lessons in a way that times flies, helping me build these new skills in music.
Patient, calm and supportive, creates a very nice atmosphere during the lessons - I can already see the progress made following her guidelines and step by step activities.
Very easy to communicate with her and arrange our sessions every time.
Amazing to work with her in every sense.