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Other Music Teaching - the Tuggeranong Region

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    I am a highly qualified, very experienced music teacher. I am friendly and approachable, and my lessons are fun and relaxed. I ground my teaching in a sound understanding of theory and encourage a disciplined approach to technique. I personalise my lessons and use a variety of teaching resources depending on the need of the student. I take on students of any age and ability level, and I specialise in very young piano students and students with special needs. I teach from my home in Banks. Please ... Read more follow the links to give me a call or have a look at my blog to find out more about me.

    Free Introductory Lesson

    I always give a free lesson to each new student. This is so I have the space and time to assess the student’s needs properly, and we can have a good conversation about how fast the student is expected to progress, how much practice is appropriate, what books the student will need and a rough guide to the expected expense – all the important things!

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    Performing Arts Theory & Musicianship Classes & Lessons

    Music Education and fun for all from 1 year to 'ancient' Celebrating 31 years of providing music education to the Canberra Community. See website for detailed information

    Performing Arts Theory & Musicianship Classes & Lessons

    Violin lessons for ages 3 - 99. I teach with special focus on developing a solid violin technique so that you will always feel confident when you play, so that you sound beautiful :), and so that you are well grounded when moving on to the next level of difficulty. I start music reading and musicianship from the very first lesson so that you can be an independent and confident learner, knowing that you have the skills and knowledge to explore your own music preferences as well as the music ... Read more we play in lessons. Research shows that when you learn music theory along with your instrument, you learn to play your instrument a lot faster! And I encourage playing with and before other people very early on, so that you embrace playing with others with confidence and enthusiasm, whether that means playing duets with a fellow student in your personal time or participating in string ensembles and giving performances at concerts. I support students through AMEB exams, but am also happy ...

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