Daphna Sadeh-Neu Teaching
Daphna’s teaching includes lesson online ,in Bristol and Cambridge. She teaches both adults and children from beginners to advanced level . In addition to her adults teaching method she has developed a method for young students who are starting small size instrument starting with 1/16 and progressing with the size as they get taller.
Bristol Teaching Since 2016 Daphna has been teaching in Bristol in addition to Cambridge She has a music room based in the north part of Bristol. Daphna offers both classical and Jazz techniques for adults and children .
Online Teaching This year Daphna launched online teaching via Skype, FaceTime, WhatsApp and Zoom. The lessons cover Double bass teaching and for any other students who would like to learn about music. The teaching includes : music theory, rhythm ,Jazz theory, improvisation , Jazz composition, World music styles (Klezmer) , Music and well being (using music as a method of self development ).
Cambridge Teaching Daphna is currently teaching the Double bass in Cambridge as well as at workshops in London and East Anglia . For the last 17 years Daphna has been teaching in King’s College School, St John’s College school and the Perse school in Cambridge. In addition she had students at Anglia Ruskin University and students of the music department in Cambridge University. Daphna also has her own studio in Cambridge.
About Daphna’s teaching
Daphna’s students were accepted to major young musicians orchestras such as National Children Orchestra, National Youth Orchestra ,Britten Sinfonia Academy, Aldeburgh Young Musicians and National Schools Orchestra .
Daphna specialised as a performer in Classical Music and Jazz and her teaching includes both genres. In her teaching she uses her own experience as an active performer, ensemble leader and composer.
In Jazz she has developed her own sound as a performer and a Jazz/ world music composer.
Daphna shares her experience in orchestral Jazz playing while teaching classical bowing ,Jazz improvisation, World music and Klezmer styles.