Drum Kit, Drums, Percussion, Music Theory (ABRSM & Trinity/Guildhall), Music GCSE & A Level Tutor (OCR/Edxecel/AQA) Preparation for Theory Examinations: ABRSM, Trinity/Guildhall, - Key Signatures, - Time Signatures, - Intervals, - Scales & Modes, - Chords & Arpeggios , - Score Analysis, - Cadences, - Trasposition, - Dictation/Transcription , - Harmonising Closed Score (Bach Chorale/Figured Bass), , Preparation for Music GCSE/A Level, - OCR Areas of Study, - Edexcel Set Works Anthology, - AQA Listening & Appraising, Influences on Music and Music in Context, , Drums, Drumkit and Percussion , Preparation for Instrument Examinations:Trinity/Guildhall, Rock School, Trinity Rock and Pop, Areas covered with beginner/intermediate individuals:, Â•The understanding of Pulse and Meter/Tempo, Â•An understanding of Dynamics (Loud/Soft), Â•The understanding of Co-ordination between all limbs and voice (Basic Grooves/Beats, Sticking Exercises and Counting), Â•The understanding of basic Rhythmic Notation such as short rhythmic phrases including time signatures, bars etc. Sticking exercises, beats/grooves , Â•Stick Control developed using the basic rudiments (Single/Double/Para-diddle etc.), , Areas covered with intermediate individuals are:, Â•Musical Style and Genre, Â•Further challenging aspects of co-ordination and limb independence through Drum Set and/or Latin Percussion Method, Â•Further Stick Control explored through the use of snare drum pieces and/or more advanced rudiments (Including: Accents/Flams/Triplets/Rolls/Drags/Ruffs) , , Areas covered with intermediate/advanced individuals are:, Â•In depth study into Musical Style and Genre (Pop, Rock, Funk, Jazz and World Music), Â•Challenging co-ordination and limb independence skills , Â•An understanding of Rhythmic Notation and Chart Reading at professional level, Â•Developing a facility for "Technique, Groove, Creativity and Musicianship" - John Riley
All Guitars - Acoustic/Electric, Piano/All Keyboards, Music Theory/Composition, GCSE Music support, Logic Pro 7/8/9/X, Cubase, Ableton, Reason, All Major Plug-ins etc Guitar Lessons (All styles except thrash/metal), Piano Lessons (All styles), GCSE & A Level Music support, Music Theory/Song-writing, Logic/Cubase/Music Production/Engineering (All styles except Thrash/Metal), , PLEASE NOTE: The fees indicated here do NOT include the call-out fee (if a home visit is required). This is typically around Â£10. Visits may or may not be possible, depending on slot availability and location.
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, Voice, 'Scat' singing (improvising), Saxophone, Trumpet, Double Bass / Upright Bass, Flute, Clarinet, Guitar, Electric Bass, Drums Jazz and Improvising, 'Scat' singing / 'vocalese', Jazz Appreciation and History, Rock/Pop, R&B/Soul, etc, Classical (western), Musicianship, Music Theory, Composing / Arranging, Lyric Writing, Song Writing, --, Audition Preparation (any genre), Grade Exam Preparation (jazz, rock and classical, any board and instrument), * Plus *, Help with Coursework, Revision, Writing (words), Composing and Performing for GCSE, BTEC, AS and A2 Music
Electric Guitar , Acoustic guitar, Band skills, Groups and One-to-one Rhythmic, Melodic, Harmonic, Ambient, Hook-based, textuaral, Pop, Folk, Jazz, Rock, Funk, African, Bossa Nova, Solo playing, Stylistic nuance
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.
Cello, Piano, Music Theory, History Classical; improvisation, , Over the past ten years I have taught a large number of pupils, at homes and at several primary and secondary schools (St Cecilia's Wandsworth (secondar), 06-10, Cavendish School (primary), 04-14). I have taught children from as young as five up to adults as old as fifty-five! I generally recommend that pupils begin slightly later however, at 6 or 7 years old. I share with pupils my own, strong classical training, but having worked in improvisatory contexts I am also able to teach this technique also.