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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 completed my grade 7 UNISA music theory exams, providing me with a licentiate to teach music theory. I also took music in high school and obtained a distinction. This means I have experience in both school and university levels.
Music theory is a subject that has taken me very long to master, and I believe I now have the skills to help others better themselves in this challenging field. I believe that music theory is a basic skill all musicians should have.
I do ABRSM music theory for fun. I have tutored it before across multiple levels, and know many interesting studying and remembering techniques. I taught my partner five grades of music theory in under a year, resulting in a successful grade 5 exam.
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.
I am very passionate about Music and I studied it throughout high school and a bit in junior school.
I am passionate about Music and play 6 instruments. I took Music for IEB Matric as well as played Royal School and Trinity exams (for Violin and Piano) and wrote Trinity theory exams.
I love music! I have written several exams, including UNISA and Royal Schools, and studied Music theory up to second year at Rhodes University.
I completed my grade 6 theory exam (with distinction) as part of music as a matric subject.
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.