Information About Harim - Glasgow teacher - (2 reviews)
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Find the beauty in music! Experienced performer and teacher as a Soprano and violinist. A graduate from Bristol university having read music and from the oldest music school in England, the Purcell School. Harim is now studying at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland which ranked 3rd in the world for performing arts education in a global review by the prestigious QS World Rankings 2017.
Harim has sung most recently with singers of the RCS in collaboration with Scottish Opera in their performance of ‘the Fiery Angel’ by Prokofiev and with the RCS voices in collaboration with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra in their performance of Beethoven’s 9th Symphony. She sang with the Welsh National Opera Youth Company in Peter Maxwell Davies' "Kommilitonen" as the role of 'Wu' in July 2016. She has also sung in Bristol University Opera Productions such as Mozart's Magic Flute as 'Pamina', Mozart's Marriage of Figaro as 'Susanna', Mozart's Impresario as 'Madame Goldentrill' and also in Benjamin Britten's Midsummernights Dream as a 'mustardseed'. Also in modern opera productions with 'little room productions' who produce operas written by student composers. Experience also includes musical theatre productions such as 'the Mikado', 'trial by jury' (as Angelina), 'pirates of penzance' by G&S and 'Little Night Music' by Sondheim (as the role of one of the muses), with Bristol University Musical Theatre society and Opera society.
Harim has had masterclasses with prestigious opera and vocal performers such as Mary King, Emma Kirkby and Angela Hickey and is now studying with Kathleen Mckellar Ferguson.
Having studied both violin and singing as her first study, Harim has led orchestras such as the Bristol Symphony Orchestra, Sutton Youth Symphony Orchestra and many times at Pro Corda Music Course. She has experienced orchestral life and chamber music life as well as solo performances over many years in prestigious venues such as the Wigmore Hall, Queen Elizabeth hall and Festival hall in London and St George's in Bristol.
Harim also has experience in providing generic music experience and learning for children for them just to have a fun time with rhythms and melodies too, which is a part of music therapy.
I have taught students from beginner level and up to grade 5 but I am willing and able to teach higher levels. I have taught up to grade 7 theory at the Purcell School.
I have been taught by professional teachers at the Purcell School, Bristol University and at the Junior Guildhall so the professional knowledge I have gained I may pass down to my students.
My approach to music is for the student to learn to love music and enjoy it in a comfortable environment growing in their confidence to perform as well as improving in their techniques and musicality.
My approach is versatile, teaching classical, musical theatre and jazz for voice. Classical and folk for violin. Classical and pop for piano/keyboard.
I believe in teaching students to become an all rounded musician so that they understand rhythms, develop a listening ear, precise technique and be able to sing/play a musical line. Students should have fun learning and getting to know my students is important.
I tailor my lessons to either what the student wants to learn or tailor it to help the student understand the fun and beauty in music.
If there are parents of young students that wish to sit in the lessons for the benefit of helping the child practice at home I do not mind.
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Additional Languages: Korean
Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (all times)
References Available: Yes (✔ On File)
- Bristol University (2015) - 2:1 Music (Bachelors) (✔ On File)
- The Purcell School (2011) - A, Music, A levels (School) (✘ Not On File)
- The Purcell School (2010) - Grade 8 Singing Distinction (Other) (✘ Not On File)
- The Purcell School (2007) - Grade 8 Violin Distinction (Other) (✘ Not On File)
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