Suffolk, ----- or -----, Stepney Green, East London
Upright Bass / Double Bass, Electric Bass, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Music Technology, Music Theory [ABRSM etc.], Recording + Music Production, Instrument Maintenance + Repair, Drums / Percussion , Sight Reading, Improvisation, Jazz Theory, Music, Guitar, Bass Jazz, Classical Theory, Popular Music Styles
All Music Technology, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Classical Guitar, Piano and keyboards, Recording Techniques/Production/Mixing, Music Technology, Logic X and other DAWs programming, mixing, producing, recording, beat making, composing with software, rock, classical, music technology, latin/brazilian guitar, blues guitar, jazz guitar, funk guitar, classical guitar, world music styles various
Piano - classical, jazz, blues and pop, PIano accompaniment for ABRSM exams, Singing - classical, jazz, soul, r n b, musical theatre, Cello, Music theory, Aural, Composition, Songwriting Classical, Jazz, Blues, Pop, Soul, RnB, Musical Theatre
Piano, Keyboard and Accordion PIANO and KEYBOARD, , I believe a strong foundation of classical music is important to achieve a good technique for playing the piano and am myself classically trained. However, I also believe that variety is important and normally teach rock, pop, blues, boogie woogie and jazz. Also, if a pupil brings a piece they want to learn to play they will be free to do so., , I will put pupils through ABRSM grades up to grade 8 if the pupil desires to. I believe examinations can be a good incentive to practise but I do not believe in pushing pupils constantly onto the next grade unless it is their wish as the pressure can make learning less enjoyable., , ACCORDION, , I mainly teach traditional music, including Scottish and Irish jigs, reels, strathspeys and waltzes; French and Italian Musettes and polkas; Spanish Flamenco music; Argentine Tango; Gypsy music and even some Balkan music to name but a fraction of what traditional music has to offer! For more advanced students, I teach viirtuoso accordion music (like that of the famous accordionist Pietro Frosini) and light classical (like Vittorio Monti's 'Czardas'). I have often felt that some areas of music have been neglected by accordionists. To make up for this I have arranged and play some classical repetoire (accordion can be adapted to organ music fantastically!) and jazz and will teach this if the pupil desires., , BOTH, , I will teach sight reading and improvisation. I have found that when these skills are learnt that the ability to look at a sheet of music and be able to play it right then or to make up your own music on the spot are the among the greatest joys to be had from playing a musical instrument.
Classical Flute, Jazz Flute, Improvisation (any instrument), Jazz Voice, Music Theory, Composition, Piano (for beginners), ----------------------------, Preparation for grade exams (so far all of my students taking grade exams received distinction!) Jazz, Classical, Funk, Pop
Guitar, Electric/Bass Guitar, Piano/Keyboards, Ukelele, Mandolin, Banjo, Autoharp, Voice, Theory, Computer Music - Sibelius Software, Apple Logic Software, LESSONS IN YOUR OWN HOME! Classical, Flamenco/Latin, Pop/Rock, Folk, Early Music, Computer Music,, Music Writing.
Guitar: Electric-Acoustic Guitar: Jazz, Gipsy Jazz manouche, Latin, Pop and Rock, , General: Song Writing, Ear Training, Theory-Harmony, Arranging, , , Technology: MIDI, Logic, Cubase, Pro-Tools and more, ring for details., , Experienced teacher of A Levels Music Technology - Edexcel.
Guitar Jazz guitar and improvisation lessons by experienced musician., , Friendly and informal... , , Lessons can cover a choice of following (and more): , , - harmony (important progressions, developing chords, voice-leading, chord-melody, building or increasing an understanding of mainly functional, modern and/or blues harmony), - melody (learning songs, melodic patterns, melodic statement, playing melodically through changes) , - time (developing sense of time, rhythmic language, stating its great importance!!!) , - technique (deals with all of the above through scales, arpeggios, chords, picking, use of metronome, finger-flexibility, hand-coordination, sound, applying technical exercises to make music), - improvisation (applying knowledge gained from all of the above!!!), , Newcomers to jazz will be carefully guided. Others with more experience can be specific with their needs., , I like to explore the instrument and let my students realize its potential and to enjoy its possibilities. Though teaching jazz also requires time spend on some theoretical material (particularly with harmony).