Information About Ion - Chichester teacher
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I started studying violin when I was 7, at the "Alexei Starcea" School of Arts from Chisinau. I had the opportunity to participate in the municipal competitions. In 2004 I was admitted for studies at the "Stefan Neaga" republican college of music where I had the opportunity to participate in symphonic and chamber orchestras. Besides the music studies I had psychology studies on a part time position at the Free International University of Moldova . At the Academy of Music, Theater and Fine Arts I was admitted in 2008 on a scholarship. At the Academy I was often invited to performe in student concerts. During one year I worked in the national orchestra of Teleradio-Moldova company. In 2012 I successfully auditioned for the orchestra of the National Opera and Ballet House where I worked for 3 years. In 2014 I graduated from the Faculty of Clinical Psychology at the State University of Moldova with a master's degree.
In the UK, I received the chance to do a Master's studies on the MA Music Performance course at the University of Chichester which are ongoing at this point and I had the opportunity to join the Chamber Orchestra conducted by Crispin Ward. Our orchestra often participates in the recording sessions at Abbey Road Studios in London and many other high-level projects. I was interested always in the possibility of combining psychology and music studies, so I studied the pedagogical and professional aspects of musicians in a psychological context, as well as the impact of music on the psyche. I consider the meaning of music and performing a great form nutrition that soul needs in our perpetual restless scheduled days full of anxiety and stress. The music creation as a wellbeing aspect of human lifespan, gives a great pleasure of relaxation.
My teaching experience started in the Republic of Moldova where I am nativly from. I also had the opportunity to teach private in secondary schools and in college pedagogy course. I also taught at the University of Chichester the second study string instruments for beginners. Regarding the teaching experience i'd like to mention my own 1-to-1 lesson with the head of first violin section of Helsinki Radio Orchestra - Zoltan Tackasz, who's tutorial gave me many more views over approaching tuition.
My approache is based on the gradual and progressive (step by step) tuition. It is based on simple mechanisms of teaching as learning basics of music, violin playing and viola playing. The advanced level would involve more of emotional and musicality development based methods. For the younger tutees a simple and playful method of learning through game or entertained way for a little task managing. I my point of view the entire teaching process should be as much interactive and productive as possible.
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- State University of Moldova (2014) - Psychology (Masters) (✔ On File)
- Academy of Music, Theatre and Fine Arts (2012) - Bachelors of music (Bachelors) (✔ On File)