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Trusted teacher: I completed a Master’s degree in Music at the University of Oxford, and later a PhD in Music at King’s College London. I have years of experience offering private and group violin lessons. I hold an Enhanced DBS Certificate and have spent some time teaching the violin to children of different age groups in schools across London. I can also provide music theory lessons for those who wish to gain an insight into the language of music and the fundamentals of music making. I teach beginners through to advanced and casual learners through to committed students. I have been trained in a school of violin playing that inherits from and follows the aesthetic standards and technical methods of great masters such as Leopold Auer and Abram Yampolsky. I pass on this knowledge and skill with absolute passion and in my maximum capacity.
Rudolf’s apprenticeships with master-players and professional work alongside colleagues in eminent ensembles have made him aware of a wide range of techniques that suit individual players. It has accordingly given him a strong belief in the need to address students individually to get the best from them and ensure that they enjoy their playing and progress with it. For this reason Rudolf also feels strongly about students getting into good habits with their playing practice, not only musically but also physically. One of the important aspects of his methodology of violin teaching is to ensure that students are instructed and helped to adopt healthy postures whilst playing. These good habits need to be instilled early in order to avoid muscle strains and tensions and later damage, so that students can play comfortably and healthily, and enjoy making music (such instruction is also good more broadly in ensuring good posture for class work and other situations throughout life). As part of this aspect of his teaching he also uses exercises with elements of the Alexander Technique, yoga and breathing techniques. His formal studies in music pedagogy, and teaching practice along with his regular playing with internationally renowned ensembles, his private teaching of young violinists and work as a concertmaster, organising concerts with peers and students at Southampton, Winchester and Budapest, allows him to bring a range of experience and expertise, as well as enthusiasm, to teaching violin.
Children's music · Music history · Violin
I am a current music student at university. I have an immense love for music history and theory. I am to keep this love going and showing students there's more to music theory than it being the "boring" element! Music Theory is the foundations for all pieces composed. This class is for anyone who wants to work towards the Music Theory exams, or anybody who simply wants to learn Music Theory! Remember, there is no such thing as a stupid question and you'll never be ridiculed for not knowing an answer or concept!
Music history · Music theory · Music theory lessons
Ida - London£44
Hi there! I am Ida, a creative and passionate musician, and music educator. Counting 20 years in artistic practice and having 7+ years of experience in teaching singing, piano and music theory, I offer you music theory lessons of the highest standard. Either you are a beginner or advanced, I am looking forward to supporting you on your musical path! P.s. lessons in London are available only after the danger of the Covid-19 will cease. Stay safe and healthy!
Children's music · Music history · Music theory lessons
I specialise in teaching music theory at all grade levels, aural and musicianship skills, preparation for GCSE and A level exams and tutoring in composition. I encourage students to feel confident about their skills but also to want to know more . I set homework after each session and encourage independent listening and small research tasks. I work with students of all ages.
Music history · Music composition · Music theory
- I specialise in teaching music theory and its related topics (keyboard skills, harmony, musical analysis). - I teach a variety of approaches, helping you to learn a broad spectrum of understanding complex musical concepts. - For example, I teach you to understand: figured bass, score reading, sight transposition, orchestration methods, harmony, counterpoint, score analysis, harmonic analysis, advanced rhythmic concepts, and many more,
Music history · Music composition · Music theory lessons
Music lessons & piano lessons are known to be creative language. It is capable of developing children’s motor control skills and would definitely improve brain activity levels. I am a trained music educator with 11 years of experiences and would love to be imparting my skills and knowledge to yourself or your children. Parental partnership in my students learning is very important as it would help in developing the children interest level for music.
Piano · Music history · Music theory lessons
I just got my organ degree in july 2019 that allows me to teach organ music and his technique but also the basic technique of piano and his literature. I already have experience of private teaching from children of 6 years old to adults around 50 years old. During lessons I combine Theory of Music, Technique for playing the instrument with specifical exercises to develop it, progressive learning of music pieces from the classical and modern literature for the instrument. I assign homework after every lesson.
Music history · Music theory · Keyboard (music)
Music softwares are a good way of composing music. Performing music is a good practice of creative arts and science. Sound-Art is the visual and hearing of the making of music and artworks for it. Create artworks and songs that go together.
Music history · Music theory · Sound (music)