Classes will be tailored to the students' expectations, levels, goals and tastes. Broadly speaking, they will involve:
- Repertoire chosen from classics to jazz
- Solfège: spoken, sung and rhythmical
- Sight reading
- General music theory
- Basics of improvisation
Il corso verrà strutturato a seconda delle aspettative, livelli, obiettivi e gusti degli studenti. In linea generale, il corso affronterà elementi quali:
- Repertorio scelto dal classico al jazz
- Solfeggio: parlato,cantato,ritmico
- Prima vista
- Teoria musicale generale
I majored in jazz piano, on top of having a solid classical music basis. Learning tunes by ear, improvising, composing your own songs are also possible for whoever needs a more heterogeneous approach to music lessons.
Program is not fixed as it is decided ad hoc for each student. More info upon contact.
My teaching method is focused on building musicianship as well as touching on the technical side of the performance, to have much better and deeper understanding, and to build a stronger relationship to the music itself.
I do use method books but only for the beginners and some adult starters.
I teach in English or in Japanese.
I can also help you with preparing for ABRSM and Trinity exams.
Jede Lektion , stellen wir ein einfaches Ziel (z.B....ein Akkorde, oder ein Lied...u.s.w. Es kommt darauf an)
Always keep it simple. First decide what the student wants to achieve, then implement it. If the student isn't sure, I will inspire them. It all depends on the experience and personality of the individual.
My course is unique because I love to inspire. Many people come in with the notion that learning music is difficult but I actually think it is very easy. All challenges in music can be reduced down to total simplicity.
The program is dependent on the person learning. The most important point is that I teach them something he or she wants to learn.
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