In my pedagogy there are three basic aspects: psycology,instrumental technic and posture.
PSYCHOLOGY : relaxation, nlp, memory technics ,Stanislavskij method.
I studied few technic to relax and meditate which come from philosophy(mostly Greek and Hebrew)related with
Tartini's (famous violinist of the 18 century)way of teaching .
I apply nlp principles to my teaching which allow me to be better understood and to speed up the learning
progress,in particular Milton Erickson's technic helps to eliminate tensions.
The memory technics are useful not only to remember but also to create a more conscious inner conception of music.
Stanislavskij is the famous creator of actor's studio,he wrote few books about acting and presence on the stage.
They are very useful for musicians because they focus on the work of the artist on him/herself and on the piece.
INSTRUMENTAL TECHNIC:based on Hungarian and Belgian violin schools.
I have learnt from the best teachers of these schools how to reach the highest technical level with the lowest
effort.I attended the violin-pedagogy lessons of G.Kapas in Budapest.I have studied the long musical tradition
of these schools and I'm particularly influenced by the works of: Havas, Rolland, Gerle and Capet.
POSTURE: elements of Alexander technic and Feldenkrais
F.M. Alexander and M. Feldenkrais are the most famous developers of relax technics for posture.Paul Rolland had
a long collaboration with Alexander in order to describe an effortless posture in violin playing.