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Self-study for undergraduate music students

Self-study is the most important aspect of learning an instrument or academic subject. In a very...
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BBC Proms the new Glastonbury?

The BBC Proms is, I think, the grandfather of all festivals. I have attended various concerts in...
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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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Music Courses for String Players

One thing I can highly recommend is to take part in residential music courses whenever possible....

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    I am a professional Jazz singer and Vocal Coach. I am a dedicated and enthusiastic teacher who works specifically to each students needs. I work in a lot of different styles including Pop, Jazz, Soul and Folk.
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    Music is a valuable skill for life which not only brings joy to you and those around you but also encourages us to think in new and varied ways. It gives me great pleasure to be able to pass on the joy of music to others.
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    Do you love to sing in the shower but can’t reach those high notes? Do you want to learn to sing with ease and explore your voice? With over a decade of teaching experience, let me guide you through your vocal journey and discover potential.
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  • What is Music?: Music's role in quality education

    Robin Thornton Music Tutor Musicianship Teacher (Aberdeen) Picture There is an hierarchy of subjects in school, with the STEM subjects - Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths - at the top, languages, the Arts then Gym Class.  The question, "How would you get a job in that?", may steer student's away from subjects in which they are naturally more...
  • Encouraging Students to be themselves.

    Robin Thornton Music Tutor Musicianship Teacher (Aberdeen) Picture My research is, "Was I taught that and did I listen?" Teachers have personalities. Students have personalities. Knowing how the Student prefers to learn, retains Student motivation. My subject is Music, yet all Teachers benefit from understanding personality. A Parent said - just...
  • The Benefit Of Practical Musicianship

    Alison Louise Musicianship Teacher (Tonbridge) Picture One of the most useful and under-utilised subjects for teaching musical instruments is that of practical musicianship. I discovered the ABRSM Practical Musicianship exams when a piano pupil chose to take one of these exams rather than a music theory exam. Unlike a music theory exam,this subject...

 

  • Sound before Symbol

    Rob Brockway Musicianship Teacher (South West London) Picture Getting started as a musician can be a scary business. Time and again I’ve opened a music book and watched my student’s face turn blank as if hit with a ton of bricks, the page scattered with dots and stems no more inviting than an alien language. The student is brave and perseveres, but...
  • Organising your piano practising

    Juan Rezzuto A-level Music Tutor (West London) Picture Organising your piano practising remains the most critical challenge for any pianist. Practising music can prove to be a somewhat subjective matter. How should we practise? How long should we spend on scales? How to approach new the preparation of a new piece?   Setting up goals for our day is...
  • PIANO PRACTISING: HOW TO PRACTISE MORE EFFICIENTL

    Juan Rezzuto A-level Music Tutor (West London) Picture PIANO PRACTISING: HOW TO PRACTISE MORE EFFICIENTLY Not performing for long time-spams can prove to be detrimental to our artistic abilities. To be honest lacking time for practice is the worst enemy of any kind performer. Reaching the momentum once again can prove to be both very tedious and a...