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On our website, you can enter the subject that you’re hoping to get tutoring for and the location where you want it. You will then have a selection of tutors in front of you and with our website functions you can filter them out to find the one for you. You can filter the list of tutors by location, whether or not they’re nearby, the rates that they charge, their response time to messages sent to them and what levels of the subject are taught by them.
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In Ireland we have over 8000 tutors available to help you with all of your music needs, singing tips and lessons. Instruments lessons are also offered with classes for guitars, piano, the harp, flute, violin and many others. There are also lots of opportunities for various types of singing classes as well as orchestration, music reading and composition.
All levels of education are catered to, so be it for secondary school, university or private reasons, you’ll be able to find someone who can help you and provide you with the assistance and helping hand that you are searching for.
All of our tutors now do online tutoring via webcam with the advantage that the online classes are actually cheaper than in-person classes and you don’t have to worry about travelling anywhere, saving you time and money. The fact that online tutoring is now so prevalent, it also means that your options of tutors increase since distance won't be a factor anymore in your decision process. However, some of our tutors are now offering in-person classes again as well.
Many of our tutors offer the first lesson free, allowing you to try them out and see if their particular style of teaching and what they are teaching, suits you and your needs. It also means you can have a taste of online teaching and see if it works for you or not before having to fully commit.
Putting the work in, spending time learning and practising will get you far in understand and master what you’re working on, however, there is always a time when someone feels unsure about an aspect of a subject and need some extra guidance to get you through it and allow yourself to keep learning and improving.
Having someone by your side helping you step by step, be it learning how to read music or learning a particular instrument, can and will help you hugely. Their sole attention on you, their expertise and experience will allow you to learn faster and understand more than if you were just learning by yourself.
An advantage that grinds and extra lessons have over the traditional classroom format is that our tutors can spend time going into detailed explanations, correcting your work and providing tips and corrections. They can set you exercises to practice the exact things that you need to focus and improve upon.
If you are learning a new instrument or hoping to improve your musical skills and you’re wondering if you should get some extra tutorage, don’t make life harder for yourself – give yourself the best and most efficient chance to learn and improve.
Don’t restrict yourself just because you are wanting to learn a music-related subject outside of school/education. Many of our tutors are happy to teach any required level of the particular subject of music that they are proficient in.
They will be more than happy and able to help you on your path. You don’t have to be struggling to get a tutor. Having that extra support, the extra time and attention will boost what you already know and help you attain the level and competency that you want in your subject/instrument.
Ireland has a very prestigious and lengthy list of talented individuals known by many, such as U2, Thin Lizzy, Enya, Dolores O’Riordan, Hozier, Imelda May and too many others to mention.
With institutions such as the Royal Academy of Music, Dublin school of music, MTU Cork school of music, performing arts at Trinity College Dublin, it's clear that musicianship, talented singers, writers and performers are not in short supply here and finding someone who knows what they’re doing and who also have the skill and passion, won’t be hard for you to do.
If you are hoping to go a more traditional way, there are many places in the country where you can learn traditional dances, different ways of performing traditional music and so on such as The Irish World Academy of music and Dance, Ceol na Coille - School of Irish Traditional Music, Song and Dance Stage School and Studio and many others.