Information About Noemi - Blackheath teacher
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Experienced and serious violin, viola and music theory teacher based in London.
Patient teacher with fantastic results working with pupils of all ages and levels - young pupils and adult learners from beginner to advanced level -, encompassing varied repertoire and covering all areas of instrumental teaching. I am an active musician across Europe and teaching it's an important part of my life. I have worked in different music schools and academies across London.
I enhance and develop each student's musical abilities and technique as well as preparing for grade exams and performances at the same time we improve the technique and playing.
I consider myself as a serious, friendly and reliable person. I like to have a good atmosphere with my students and I focus my energies in helping each individual student in every posible way I can, by sharing all my knowledge and experience in order to suit each student's needs, personalities and aspirations. The lessons are organised and cover all areas of instrumental teaching and music theory, using different sources and methods to suit each student to progress adequately. I encourage each student to practice as a part of a daily routine in order to achieve great results.
I can consider travelling to reasonable distances.
I graduated from my Master of Arts degree in viola performance at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance prior to which I completed a BMus with Hons degree graduating with a 2:1 qualification in 2016.
I have also compleated two years of instrumental teaching module and Dalcroze Eurhythmics Sessions.
For the past 6 years, I have been teaching violin and viola as privately, one to one and group lessons to children and adults. I have experience teaching pupils from across the age range, from beginner to advanced level an encompassing varied repertoire. I taught in music schools, academies and conservatoires as a violin and viola teacher.
Teaching is a very important part of my life and I am committed to continue developing my skills and knowledge.
During my undergraduate studies, I elected to take a two-year module in instrumental teaching; which has informed my teaching practice in a number of ways including structuring a range of teaching strategies, methods and materials.
I describe myself as a serious, dedicated and ambitious teacher willing to enhance each students playing by covering all areas of instrumental teaching including technique, musicality, music theory and aural, historical context of the repertoire, differentiating the different styles and periods of all musical eras and to develop each student's musical abilities.
I am committed to work in music education. I’m motivate and work on each student to suit each individuals needs and aspirations. I encourage the pupils to include instrumental practice in their everyday routine for great results.
My teaching sources include Suzuki, ABRSM, Trinity College, Music Theory in Practice, Violin ABC (Hungarian violin duets book and method), Oxford Music for Violin, to name a few.
From my experience, I had to learn to take my instrument seriously. Since I began studying the violin and then switching to viola from a young age, I have grown up with it and it has become a major part of me.
My musical education began at a professional conservatoire of music in Spain studying one to one instrumental tuition, chamber music, orchestral playing, choir, harmony, music theory, second instrument and music history.
It is important to teach students to undertake the task of learning an instrument seriously, as with all things we choose to puruse. In order to do this, I aim to provide pupils with all the tools that are necessary in order to overcome any obstacle. Over a course of lesson I can see the work that the student has done, and see how they have used the knowledge that I shared with them, through their development (or lack off) between lessons. As this way of teaching and learning allows me to provide the student with the information necessary to facilitate their learning, giving the student the ability to independently and confidently begin to think for themselves, making decisions about how they and what they want to learn.
This method of learning can help encourage and motivate students to practice more effectively, producing a high level of quality work. As the student is given the tools to advance on their own, over time a strong feeling of self-efficacy and ownership over the students results is formed. As a teacher it is very rewarding to see this change within a pupil, as they begin to show more interest and curiously for their instrument.
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Additional Languages: English (British), Italian, Spanish
Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (all times)
References Available: Yes (✔ On File)
- Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance (2016) - 2:1 (Masters) (✔ On File)
- Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance (2012) - 2:1 (Bachelors) (✔ On File)
- Professional Conservatoire of Music of Vila-Seca, Spain (2000) - 1:1 (College) (✔ On File)