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Why great teachers are artists
It is great to have music teachers who are also performing artists. This can bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to their teaching, as they have firsthand knowledge of the challenges and rewards of performing.
Performing artists who are also music teachers can offer their students valuable insights and guidance on things like stage presence, performance techniques, and the business of music. They can also serve as role models and inspire their students to work towards similar levels of excellence in their own musical endeavors.
Overall, having music teachers who are also performing artists can be a valuable and enriching experience for students, as they can offer a unique perspective and a wealth of knowledge and experience.
What is important in music teacher?
A good music teacher is the one who can teach every student individually and works with them to suit their needs. A great music teacher is the one that helps a student discover his or her passion for playing an instrument, and not just “teaching” him how to play it. There are many things which make a teacher better than others. Teachers should be able to connect with students at any level of understanding in order for them to learn something new from each other. However, you must take into consideration what kind of person your child is when choosing whether they would like this type of teaching method or not. Some students prefer someone who will challenge them as well as provide fun activities while some students prefer more traditional methods where they are told exactly what notes they need to practice in order to achieve mastery over a given technique. In addition, teachers should also have good communication skills so that he/she can build trust with their pupils through conversation about anything from schoolwork and activities outside school all the way up to future career goals and aspirations; being able to talk about these topics builds relationships between pupils and teachers which makes learning more effective because there isn’t such an impersonal environment involved in the process (it feels much more welcoming).
Is it important that teachers are performing artists?
Music teachers must also be performing artists. If they cannot give a good performance, then how can they expect to teach it? And a good performance is not enough. It must be the best one can give at any given time. Only then will students be inspired to strive for their own peak performances.
Can you imagine a lawyer who does not like to read? Or a doctor who hates his patients? The list goes on and on, but I think you get my point! Teaching takes much more than simply having knowledge of your subject and knowing how to impart it to others. It requires an insatiable passion that cannot help but shine through in every aspect of the teaching-learning process.
To sum up: You need four things if you are going to teach successfully:
- teaching skills
- a love of music
- performing skills
These are requirements for all teachers, whether they choose classical or jazz piano lessons, voice lessons, band or orchestra.
What is important in a music student?
A good music student knows how to practice the techniques that they have learned. A great music student also knows how to put those techniques into their own personal sense of style and creative expression when playing an instrument. What makes a great musician is someone who has passion for what he/she does, simply because it gives him/her joy and improves his/her mood. In addition, it’s very important if students are encouraged by their teachers with positive feedback about what they did well or bad so that they know exactly where their strengths and weaknesses lie so that the can improve in these areas over time. In order for this process to be effective, the teacher must help them identify what factors lead them towards success or failure based on different examples given during class. This helps students understand why certain things work whilst others don’t. It allows them to learn from their mistakes as well as successes which leads them towards mastery of whatever techniques they are practicing at any given time. To conclude, each one of us has our strengths, but we all need help identifying our weaknesses in order for us to become better musicians across every level possible; having a mentor like a teacher who provides you with guidance through your musical journey will certainly make your learning experience more efficient!