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RIGHTTOLEARN is a unique private tuition company for many reasons. We provide face to face and online tuition. Both services have proved highly effective in improving results for students. We use young professionals to tutor and mentor young pupils, we provide more than just tuition. We give our students life skills that they can take with them for the rest of their lives. We have an outstanding management system where tutors are monitored and regulated. This means the client is always receiving 100% customer satisfaction.
The Music Booth Academy
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Guido (88, The Pianist)
Italian pianist, composer and researcher, winner of 'On Piano Creativity' Permanent International Contest and recognised for both his fine playing and his interesting compositions by such famous figures as Alexander Lonquich, Héctor Ulises Passarella, Rodion Shchedrin, Frederic Rzewski, Piero Rattalino and Yoshiko Okada. His repertoire includes music from Bach to Ligeti as well as his own music (experimental works and innovative jazz arrangements), and also music composed by non-musicians through the Brainarm method, which is his main achievement in the musical research field. Since 2016 he is an appointed juror of the WPTA International Piano Competition (member of the Alink-Argerich Foundation). He studied at Conservatoire of Fermo then was awarded a scholarship in 2000; also studied in Conservatoire of Milan, Incontri col Maestro Academy of Imola and École de Musique Mozart in Bruxelles. Finally he graduated in 2006 from Fermo Conservatoire with a post-MA in piano and a first class BA in compostion. He studied composition with Marco Di Bari, harmony, analysis and counterpoint with Fulvio Delli Pizzi, analysis with Michele Ignelzi, while his piano teachers have included Piero Rattalino, Enrico Belli, Fausto Bongelli. In parallel he also attended piano masterclasses of such great masters as Alexander Lonquich, Boris Petrushansky, Jörg Demus, Franco Scala, Massimiliano Damerini, François-Joël Thiollier, Pierluigi Camicia and Giovanni Valentini; also Pier Narciso Masi and Alain Meunier for chamber music. His performances in Italy and abroad made him collecting great success as a very communicative and charismatic musician. In 1998 he has been the first pianist to perform in Italy Gyorgy Ligeti's works for two pianos. He is passionate about improvisation and experimentation and has worked in genres ranging from contemporary music, modern jazz and ambient/psychedelic. These experiences have led him to develop his own style, which he terms "Narf", a kind of inside-impressionism characterized by minimal diatonic constructivism. An example of this is in his work Dentro, which is in the catalogues of Orléans Concours International de musique XX siècle. Where Dentro is sacred inspired, delicate and suspended, the collection Prophandances is very colorful, rhythmical and iconoclastic, taking elements of acid-jazz to create a large form genre out of it. Among his works are various ensemble and several piano solo pieces. During the years 2002 to 2004 he took part to Alexander Lonquich's and Marco Di Stefano’s theatre companies, working as a pianist, improviser, composer and actor. In 2004 he wrote and performed some arrangements of famous songs of the early 1900 for the theatre Piccolo Re di Roma. A complete musician with eclectic artistic personality but also an inventor and a researcher of new methods to teach as well as composition music systems, his formation is full of experiences with various oriental disciplines and philosophies before his definitive discovery of the first century Christianism. He has taught piano, theory, composition, harmony, arrangement, counterpoint, improvisation in a number of music schools in Italy for approximately 15 years, developing and launching in 2008 a method he has called Analogic, which is focused on developing consciousness through music and tries to describes music through a development of symbols and archetypes, for application in composition, analysis and performance ("from inner-world to outward” is the motto he uses to define it in simple words). This type of approach led him to invent and develop a very helpful system of symbols he called PTS (Piano Tecnique Stenography), to assist pianists and students with approaching a piece of music and learning it without technical mistakes. In 2012 as well as founding a school known as the Accademia Professionale di Musica, he started making public demonstrations of his Brainarm method, which gives non-musicians tools to compose high quality music without requiring that they have any prior knowledge of theory or technique. Going against a common belief that it is only possible to compose good quality music once someone is already highly versed in theory and usually an extremely accomplished pianist, the Brainarm method is for anyone: a way of empowering everyone who wants to write music, no matter what their level of musical knowledge. Interestingly, despite taking advantage of the instrumental technique and the experience of the tutor, no influence comes from him during the composition process. To listen to some music composed by beginners and non-musicians, please visit the music section in www.brainarm.com.
Hexis Plus Tutoring
At Hexis Plus Tutoring we understand that great teaching and great technology go hand in hand. Our in-home and online sessions use amazing e-learning courses to ensure that students can join our sessions and travel through the course at their own pace. We support our sessions with well qualified staff who can help students with exam questions. We know how to blend technology into our sessions like no other tutoring agency in London.
My Guitar Lessons
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Guitar Tuition BrightonCertificate of Excellence 2015
John B Kent offers Guitar and Bass Guitar lessons in Rock, Pop, Blues & Indie teaching students of all ages. John provides a song based approach to lessons introducing music theory where appropriate. Students choose the songs they want to learn making lessons enjoyable and easy! 25 Years Experience Playing & Teaching Guitar & Bass Guitar 8 Years Full Time Teaching Practice Member of Registry of Guitar Tutors Enhanced CRB Disclosure Fully Insured John B Kent has played Guitar and Bass Guitar for around 25 years. During that time he has played hundreds of live shows, played on many recordings and completed courses in Graded Music Theory. John taught Guitar and Bass Guitar on a part time basis until 2008 and since then has taught privately on a full time basis for the past 8 years. John says: "My mission is to make learning Guitar and Bass Guitar easier and more accessible by using a less academic approach than a school or college. I want students to have a say in their lessons by choosing the songs they want to learn and most importantly ENJOY lessons and be INSPIRED to play without the worry of 'Tests' or 'Assessments'. I introduce Music Theory and exercises where appropriate and always try to create a context for the subjects I am teaching. I strive to create a balance by having a structured but relaxed approach. I believe this helps students to acquire a greater understanding without pressure. I use a Weekly Guidance sheet the student has from the first lesson where I write comments regarding their practise for the week. I also have a Student Review system that I present when required that provides the student with a list of subjects learned over the course of their lessons. We review this together and it acts as a marker to see how many lessons they have attended and how much they have learned since they started playing their instrument." Music Exams In most cases it is students still at school that will take music exams which are organised by the music department of their institution. If students require extra tuition outside the school or college environment to assist with their exams please let me know.
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