For me, sharing my art and my passion with others is one of my greatest pleasures. That's why I have been teaching electric bass both privately and in musical camps for almost 10 years. My teaching goal is to identify the potential of each student to be able to create a lesson that will be as much as possible in his image and that he develops as much as he can the passion for music. Classes can be as relevant to someone who starts as to someone at the university level. Here are an idea of things that we can look at together:
-Different techniques and technical exercises to be able to improve yourself or simply start playing the bass
-Start or continue to develop your improvisational skills, whether in jazz or other vocabulary
-Learning songs for your bands
-Prepare your auditions for Cégeps and universities
-Improving your rhythmic sense
-Possibility of classes by Skype
Recently I have start visiting music schools and Cégeps to present master classes to students. My main goal with these meetings is to get students to think about the best way for them to have an effective practice and so be happy in music. I believe that there are many ways to practice and that you have to push people to explore so that they find what’s best for them. The application of several small fun exercises in my daily routine to improve my technique and my sense of rhythm (as well as several other aspects) allowed me to quickly develop. Here is a document that explains in detail my master classes. I'm looking forward to meet you!