Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar. James Kirsch MA, BA HONS, PGCE, Guitar Institute (ICMP) Diploma., , www.professionalguitarlessons.co.uk, , Learn from a professional, experienced tutor in a relaxed and friendly music studio. I offer guitar lessons with on emphasis on fast and fun progress on the instrument, all tailored to your own musical goals., , - All ages and ability levels taught: from beginners to advanced., , - Learn the songs you want to play., , - All styles covered from pop and rock through to metal, blues, funk, finger-style and jazz., , - Technique, theory, repertoire, improvisation, live performance and studio recording, , - Over 20 years teaching experience, , - Full child protection CRB criminal records check and public liability insurance. , , - Fully qualified and experienced school teacher (PGCE). MA in Education., , - 5 minutes walk from Oakwood underground station (Picadilly Line) , , Call James: 07776 371 463
Piano, Jazz Piano, Keyboards, Music Theory, Music Technology, Practical Musicianship, Composition, Conducting, Repertoire Coaching (Vocalists), Audition Coaching (Vocalists) Pop / Rock, Classical, Jazz / Blues, Musical Theatre
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
Piano, Keyboard, Guitar GradeMusicTutors.com in Enfield, Barnet and North London teach all piano playing styles. Learn your favourite songs or prepare for your exams or competition. We can create a tailored short & long-term learning programme and specialise in general performance, the last category of which we dedicate workshops, classes and other sessions to.
Tabla, Harmonium and Vocal Training in Indian Classical Benaras Gharana (Style) of Tabla playing, I usually teach One to One Basis, and Fees are as follows:, In my home Twenty pounds per lesson and in Student's home is Thirty pounds per lesson., To teach in an organisation my fees will be Twenty pounds per hour.
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.