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Contents offered

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I  - Composition Course  

(single or double class)

    - orchestration

    - form

    - music creation and analysis laboratory

    - musical spelling rules: solo, camera, orchestra, choir, etc.     

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Obs.: course aimed at the demands concerning the study of Contemporary Concert Music.

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II  - Composition and musical direction course: Music and Scene

(individual class)

It is a course aimed at  theatrical musical demands: composition of original works and musical direction.

Some topics to be covered:

    - Reading the Script

    - Musical Subtexts

    - Items

    - Sound Design

    - Musical Direction

    - Live music with professional musicians

    - Live music with actors  (not musically literate)

    - Music and Scenic Space

    - Soundscapes

    - Music for the actors to warm up

III  a - Musical Appreciation Course: Knowing the Songs I

(individual class -  for non-musicians)

We will approach in a non-linear (non-chronological) way a substantial amount of music from Antiquity to the present day.  It is a course full of targeted musical examples and texts  in reputable books and websites:

    - Music of Antiquity

    - Medieval music Ars Antiqua and Ars Nova

    - Music from the Renaissance Period

    - Music from the Baroque Period

    - Music of Classicism

    - Music of Romanticism

    - Music of Modernism

    - Contemporary Music

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Note: We will approach concert, oral and popular music

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III  b - Music Appreciation Course: Getting to Know the Songs  II

(individual class -  for beginning musicians)

Same contents as above with some reflection  deeper theoretical knowledge linked to the reading and decoding of scores.

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III  c - Musical Appreciation Course: Knowing the Music III

(individual and/or group class  for beginning musicians)

The same contents mentioned above, however,  with reading and decoding of scores, as well as analysis of genre and musical forms.

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IV - Advanced Rhythmic Course

(single or double class)

 

Some topics to be covered:

    - the universe of tuplets

    - complex tuplets

    - time signatures from the altered subdivision of the semibreve

    - polyphonic body sleep

    - solfeggio with joints

    - solfeggio with complex agogic

    - solject with emphasis on subdivided internal pulse

    - among many other readings.

V  - Course for Educators:  Thinking Music Education in the 21st Century  

(individual and/or group class  for beginning musicians)

Course aimed at educators and/or future educators who wish to approach the musical pedagogical potential arising from contemporary musical languages. It is a reflective and practical course. Topics to be proposed:

    - music technology in the classroom, its applications and care;

    - teacher training: decoding the different musical languages;

    - decoding contemporary scores;  

    - phenomenological musical writing: paths and reflections;

    - the reality of music in the classroom: the musician's work versus  the musician's work in the classroom;

    - the role of traditional music decoding today;   

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Important points:

1 - 100% face -to- face classes (online) - via SKYPE using video or text camera

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2 - custom content  

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3 - there is no fixed number of classes for each subject to be worked on. In this way, we will draw together a schedule applied to the budget possibilities and demands of the students.

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4 - for classes intended for performers (for example Advanced Rhythmics), I can create specific studies for their instruments in order to make the practical reflection of the material studied more tangible. We will be able to create Modal, Tonal, Atonal exercises, among others possible  musical languages. Each Student/Teacher contract will establish the  best  procedure.  

5 - for collective classes, I established the minimum number of 4  students.

6 - flexible hours (to be arranged)

7 - elaboration of an offline study plan

 

 

Class duration:

Individual lessons = 1h30m

Lessons in pairs = 1h30m

Group classes = 2h

Investment:

single class

- individual - BRL 90.00

- pair  - BRL 75.00 per student

- collective - R$ 60.00 per student

Once the payment is made for the class, it will be available for scheduling.

For students (individual, double and collective)  who wish to pay in advance 10  lessons , I will offer a free 2 hour lesson.  

For more information, please click on the icon below and send me a message so we can outline our class strategy and payment method, ok?

 

Many thanks to those interested!  

To those interested in taking classes ONLINE (via SKYPE) -  individual or collective -, see the possibilities of contents and prices

An online course is distinguished by the possibilities of simultaneity of information, thus offering greater dynamism between the content presented - both by the teacher and by the student. For example, a real-time search can open up a range of  verifications  in loco  by both parties (teacher/student)  in order to create a meeting/class that is more dynamic and closer to contemporary realities. It is also necessary to take into account the immense amount of inaccurate, dubious and superficial information arising during such online research. An important goal that we propose also turns to the confrontation of sources coming from  various sites, blogs, virtual encyclopedias, portals, among many other means of accessing information on the Internet .  

At the  In the case of the study of music, the possibility of real-time interaction is concrete. So much I can see my students practice online  (via video camera with integrated audio) a particular proposed theme, as I can read and discuss in a more theoretical analysis on a score, text, or even a video in "text mode". With such possibilities of interaction and sharing of data, the study of music online  can also broaden the paths for the  study  offline .

For students who need more time to absorb certain knowledge, writing a preliminary study guide before face -to- face classes (online) may be more suitable for  manage time and money, after all, for an online class, it is expected that students already have the preliminary contents well assimilated. For this reason, scheduling individual classes can be a good solution.  In this way, it is expected that the  student to  start a course of this nature  have, or develop, a greater  autonomy in terms of study time management.

 

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