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I am well trained and competent in music theory up to Grade 8 and university level.
I have taken music as a subject in high school and have achieved a Grade 5 level in Music Theory from the ABRSM programme. As well as Grade 7 Vocals Rock Schools and Grade 5 Piano ABRSM qualifications.
Music has been a passion of mine but the school I went to did not offer it as a subject in high school. I am doing music in university as my major, this includes music theory, music history and classroom music.
Music is in my blood. My mom is a music teacher. I myself did theory exams, piano exams, and violin exams. I also continued studying the violin at University. There is a mathematical beauty to the language of music which I can pass on.
I completed my Grade 6 Piano Theory exam in 2014 and achieved a Merit. I thoroughly enjoy this subject as it enables you to see the technical side of music, whilst still enjoying yourself.
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 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.
I love music! I have written several exams, including UNISA and Royal Schools, and studied Music theory up to second year at Rhodes University.
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.