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I am a qualified teacher based in London and I teach to violinists and violists of all ages and levels beginner to A - Level.
Prepare students for grade exams.
I offer lessons of 30 minutes for 20£ and 60 minutes for 30£.
I believe in the power of music as a way of spiritual and intellectual growth. I would like to share my experience and knowledge as I believe it could inspire and change a pupil`s life approach.
I am happy to travel to student`s home.
For more information please contact me.
Looking for serious and enthusiastic students.
Private one to one teacher esperienced working in schools and private one to one lessons.
Working with pupils with special needs, adult learners. All ages and levels welcome.
Teaching pupils from very beginner level to Grade 6 using Suzuki and Dalcroze methods.
Lessons can be done in English, Spanish and Italian.
As is common in most musicians, my teachers have greatly influenced my teaching philosophy.
From my experience, I had to learn to take my instrument seriously. As I began studying the viola from a young age, I have grown up with it, and it has become a major part of me.
I learnt that it is important to teach students to undertake the task of learning an instrument seriously, as with all things we choose to peruse. In order to do this, when I teach aim to provide pupils with all the tools that are necessary in order to overcome any and all obstacles they main encounter in the pursuit to master there instrument. 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 the teacher to provide the student with the information necessary to facilitate there 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 teaching style promotes student directed learning. 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. Often pupils attitudes will also change, and they will begin to take the learning of their instrument more seriously.
When I teach I am also teaching to myself, so actually I do learn a lot when I teach others. After all, music is a collaborative art form, and we learn by teaching, observing and working with each other.
When the student feels the development and knows how to work independently, he or she also becomes more enthusiastic and passionate. This way of teaching also gives the student motivation and changes the student’s attitude in a positive way so they learn that it is possible to achieve everything if you really work towards it.
Another aspect of my teaching philosophy is student enjoyment. As a student, this method and work strategy made me enjoy every lesson as I could sense my development and that I was learning every day, throughout lessons and practicing.
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