- Teaches students:
- Ages 18+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
I have a BEng in Electronic Engineering, BM in Organ Performance, Composition and Music Theory, and I receive full scholarship to complete my MM and PhD in Music Theory, both with graduate teaching assistantship. I am interested in helping you become music literate and enjoy music deeper, and would like to help you reach your musical goals! For tutoring students: I am more than passionate to help you ace your study.
My lessons are laid-back and fast-paced, and all aspects of music-making will be taken care of. I also focus heavily on building musicianship, which helps you go beyond reproducing sounds from printed music. I am also interested in expanding your musical taste, and experiment with new sounds that might excites you.
For my tutoring sessions, I will focus on reinforcing the concepts and ideas, introducing new concepts and exercises, and a solid wrap-up. My evaluations from my previous tutoring work have proven that my work has successfully improve at least one letter grade for my students.
I am passionate about teaching and sharing my knowledge with you. I look forward to meeting you, learning your needs, and helping you to get you to wherever you want to be!
I am an instructor-of-record for the 4-semester aural skills sequence, I am also a tutor for freshmen music theory, and an assistant director for the Chinese Music Ensemble.
I worked as a tutor for Math and Physics. I worked with cal-based Physics II, Algebra-based Physics I and II, and Algebra students. I also worked with students with special needs.
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