The following is a list of our members who are interested in teaching. A teaching studio space is not offered by the SSMU Musician's Collective, and an appropriate location of lessons is to be organized between the teacher and student. Please keep in mind that as most of our teachers are full-time university students, flexibility of scheduling is often greatly appreciated.
Keep in mind that some teachers may be unavailable during some or all of the summer months (May - August).
|Zack Dulbergemail@example.com||I have my Performer's ARCT Diploma in Piano, and have been teaching for many years.
I am currently teaching a McGill Minicourse on the theory of improvisation.
I can teach classical piano at all levels, as well as theory and improvisation.
|Linda Linfirstname.lastname@example.org||I have obtained the ARCT Performer's diploma in the RCM curriculum, as well as completed all of the levels for theory.
I have performed in many competitive music festivals and recitals throughout the years.
Teaching piano to previous students gave me practical experience, and the opportunity to organize a student recital. - Knowledgeable, patient, and friendly.
|Audrey Vongemail@example.com||I have been playing classical piano for 13 years, and doing teaching and accompaniment for the past four years.
I have an ARCT in piano performance and a graduate of the Royal Conservatory of Music.
|3 years experience playing/performing. Could teach blues/classic rock.
|I have been playing guitar for over 10 years. With over 3 years of teaching experience, I have taught students both acoustic and electric guitar. I teach new, beginner or intermediate guitarists wishing to learn guitar in the genres of rock, classic rock, alternative rock, acoustic rock and any other type of popular music.
|Eric Youfirstname.lastname@example.org||I've been playing guitar for about 6 years. I can teach the basics of many styles of guitar ranging from jazz to rock. First two lessons are free, then you can decide to continue or not. Here's a little sample of me playing.||$15/hour|
I am a graduate from McGill's Schulich School of Music with a BMus. in Double Bass Performance where I studied with Ali Yazdanfar, Principal Double Bass, Montreal Symphony Orchestra. I also hold a DEC in Music from Vanier College where I focused on composition and double bass performance studying with Marc Denis, Associate Principal Double Bass, Orchestre Metropolitain. In addition, I have participated at several summer festivals including Domaine Forget in master classes with Francois Rabbath and performances as Principal Double Bass with the Orford Academy Orchestra with Kent Nagano. I am actively freelancing as a professional double bassist in various ensembles throughout the island. I have 7 years of experience performing and I have taught several students.
I'm a third year Jazz Trumpet major at the Schulich School of Music looking to teach. I've been playing for 8 years now, and have some teaching experience. I'm looking to continue to teach during the school year.
I am a professional musician in my fourth year of saxophone performance at McGill. I have over a decade of teaching experience with students of all ages and ability levels. Instruction focuses on technique, tone, and repertoire. Each lesson is tailored to make music fun, interesting, and challenging!
|I have been playing the drum set for about ten years now, and have a large array of techniques and styles in my arsenal.
I studied under Don Leppard and Thomas Reid of Reidwood studios, two extremely diverse drummers that have guided me by expressing ideas about taste, technique, and especially playing within the music.
These three aspects of drumming have become my focus. I am a minimalist and the ideas behind my teaching mostly apply to playing with other musicians, using the drums as an expressive but not altogether overpowering mechanism by which one can produce a tasteful and solid mix.
I also play guitar, piano, and sing and therefore have a fairly strong grip on the notion of musicality. I have played with several acts (most recently Dana Sipos) including small jazz ensembles, folk-rock groups, fusion groups, etc. in assorted venues (festivals, bars, special events, etc.).
I am currently a cello performance major at Schulich School of Music with Matt Haimovitz. I have been playing for over 15 years and have recent teaching experience. Beginners to advanced are welcome and I am flexible in my teaching approach.
Performance Major at Schulich School of Music.
I have passed the violin level 12 in China (which is the highest) many years ago and have played in symphony orchestra for more than 4 years. I was also the concertmaster of a chamber orchestra and participated in a lot of performances. Teaching and learning is interactive and we can together get better.
I'm a graduate of University of Michigan, currently pursuing my Master's in viola performance at McGill, and I have 7 years' teaching experience. I'm happy to teach students of all ages.
|$25/hour or $15/half hour|