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I have been playing music for 10 years and have completed Trinity College London theory exams to grade 5 level and practical to Grade 8 level.
I have been studying Music since primary school. I can play more than one instrument on an advanced level. I studied Music theory through Unisa and I also have experience applying that knowledge as a member and Music Director of the CRC band.
I have played the cello for 15 years and did music as a subject at school. I can play Cello at an intermediate level. I have taken private Cello lessons for ~15 years as well, so I am familiar with teaching styles and techniques as well.
To fully enjoy the Music one is making, you need to understand how and from where it is coming. Music Theory teaches you how to understand. If you understand how the music was built you can start improvising and add to it.
Music Theory is an extremely important part of music. Understanding why things are done the way they are will help anyone who wants to play an instrument immensely! I am now studying Music, and I am extremely grateful for my Music Theory background.
I have been involved in music for over 12 years. I passed my grade 7 TCL theory with Merit and achieved music as an additional matric subject.
I am well trained and competent in music theory up to Grade 8 and university level.
With 15 years of experience, I can teach all subjects related to music performance and theory including aural training ear training and music history up to Master’s Degree level. I am passionate of all subjects including piano and violin and choir.
I've achieved an 80% or above aggregate for Music Theory throughout high school. I play a number of instruments, and have experience when it comes to music.
Theory of music starts from pre-grade 1 in UNISA but due to my progress, I managed to skip pre-grade 1 and go straight to grade 1. I learnt Theory of music for 1 year and it remains embedded in my mind, therefore I would like to share it.
I am a highly recommended music teacher with excellent references. I studied BMus at the University of Stellenbosch, and I am employed as a voice teacher at Somerset College. I have a solid understanding of advanced music theory and enjoy teaching it