Music history lessons in United Kingdom
Find your perfect private music history tutor in United Kingdom.
Learn music history with our teachers at home or in their studio.
0 teachers in my wish list
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.
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)
I specialise in Musical Analysis and Performance, and am familiar with all academic and practical aspects of the GCSE and A Level curriculum. I hold ABRSM Performance Diplomas in both flute and voice, and held the positions of Principal Flute of Oxford University Orchestra and a Choral Scholar whilst at university. I have extensive experience in flute, vocal, and music theory tuition, with many students achieving outstanding results in ABRSM, Trinity, and RSCM examinations. I currently teach students between the ages of 13-18 at Rugby School. My teaching style is highly individualised, where I employ bespoke strategies to ensure each pupil reaches—and surpasses—their academic goals. I place great emphasis upon giving students a well-rounded introduction to specific periods and genres (such as the Classical Symphony or C20 Minimalism) by using a range of recordings to reinforce defining musical characteristics whilst developing their listening abilities. I also encourage students to listen 'around' the curriculum in order to gain a broad overview of relevant styles and structures, and subsequently provide tailored 'listening guides'. By exposing the connections and disjunctures between music from different eras, this approach provides a powerful foundation for mastering the 'compare and contrast' questions which make up many essay questions at GCSE and A Level. I also tutor younger students in preparation for GCSE, with lessons focused on major musical periods and artistic events in order to assist their exploration of the works enshrined within—and diverging beyond—the classical musical canon.
Music history · Singing · Transverse flute
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 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