I have several years of work experience over
musical and directive activities.
My work has taught me good organisational
skills, in terms of both the ability to work on my own or as part of a team.
Musical development occupies
a central position in my teaching. I think that an absolutely indispensable prerequisite of successful teaching is the all-round
musical development of the pupil. Every true music-lover has something personal to express in sound, even if it is not always
of great importance, and I feel that as a teacher it is my responsability to help my pupils realise their full potential.
I encourage pupils familiarise themselves
with string as well as wind instruments. Beginners, especially smaller children, I feel need close supervision to get started.
For vocal training I believe that, for starters, it is not
important what they sing but how they sing it. If too much emphasis is placed on words and notes then the students may be
discouraged and therefore lose interest. The words and notes may come out correct but they may very well lack the spirit and
emotion that makes good music.