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Dalcroze: Supporting Instrumental Learning

Emile Jaques-Dalcroze initially achieved fame as a composer. He was of French Swiss origin and...
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What is the point of being a musician?

If you suffer from pre-show nerves, like so many other performers, you might benefit from asking...
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Classical Music Today And Why We Need it

I have always believed there is something in classical music for everyone. Western classical...
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The Benefits of Studying Music

There are many benefits of studying a musical instrument; from improving basic maths skills, to...

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  • Daniel Joy Royston, SG8 Silver Member

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    Music has been the focus of my life since the age of 8. I am passionate about music, and sharing my knowledge and experience. I am eager to encourage and nurture other singers, musicians and students as I have been myself.
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    Learn to sing in fun and healthy way with an experienced professional singer! All ages and levels are welcome.
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    Based in Dulwich, I am an experienced young teacher, specialising in cello tuition.
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    I am a professional violinist and teacher and love the diversity of what I do; each area of work feeds the other.
  • Manda Dorj BMus(Hon) MMus St John's Wood, NW8 Gold Member

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    Musical education has many benefits for all ages. I believe it is important to include this knowledge in your life. I am a freelance musician and a private one to one piano teacher. I divide my time between the things I love doing.
  • Cherie Portchester, PO16 Gold Member

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    Patience and being understanding are probably my best qualities for being a teacher. That's not just what I think but a number of my pupils and pupils' parents have told me so. A sense of humour in the right situations can also be productive. Lots of people are good musicians but not all of them have the patience to teach people who struggle with the subject. I know from personal experience from when I was a child that the more someone shouts at a person who is trying hard but finding something difficult, the harder it becomes for that person to do well. That doesn't meant that I will be too soft with anyone messing about but am understanding towards those who are keen but not naturaly gifted in music.
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  • The Benefits Of Chamber Music

    Francesca Gilbert Chamber Music Coach (North London) Picture The practice of chamber music can be very beneficial to students of all ages. Not only is it one of the most enjoyable forms of music making, it also encourages excellent musical disciplines such as listening, human interaction and diplomacy. In addition to this, playing music with others helps...
  • Practice Makes Music Perfect

    Susanna Fairbairn Musicianship Teacher (Slough) Picture It's taken me a long time to figure out how to practise. At home, all on my lonesome, without my teacher. In my opinion, this subject is not broached enough in the classroom, music lesson, or college. Why is this, when it is one of the most important aspects to progressing as a musician? I...
  • What Is Music Therapy?

    Emily White Special Needs Music Teacher (Hemel Hempstead) Picture Musical Theatre and singing are not only used as a hobby or professionally they can be used to help people with additional needs to communicate and express themselves. The benefits of this are sometimes unquantifyable, but music can make a huge difference to someone's life, and can bring joy and...

 

  • 10 Reasons To Learn A Musical Instrument?

    Yuval Shalson GCSE Music Tutor (Harrow) Picture 1. Learn a new universally understood languageWherever you go in the world, if you meet a musician you will have a common language. You don't need words to communicated when you can make music together. It's a privilege to learn a new language whilst also learning a new skill. 2. Improves...
  • Some Thoughts On Teaching

    Ed Morris A-level Music Tutor (North London) Picture In the current educational climate in England there seems to be an emphasis on results. Standards. League tables. I totally understand the need to maintain high quality learning and teaching. The thing is...where is the fun, the excitement, the SPACE to really explore what you are learning?...
  • Why Do We Learn To Play An Instrument?

    Veronica Dowdeswell Musicianship Teacher (Uxbridge) Picture Why do we learn to play an instrument? Well, obviously for enjoyment ……. but what are the benefits of learning to play a musical instrument? A few years ago at a Parents Evening, I remarked to a parent how delighted I was to hear in the staffroom that his son's Maths had improved so much during...