In our Tutor Spotlight series, we learn a little more about the team behind the music!
Omid is a piano teacher, theory tutor, and orchestral conductor. Omid’s curiosity and love for learning and performing is a part of what makes him a great teacher and his students have achieved many successes thanks to his nurturing guidance. Omid uses a flexible teaching style including techniques such as Suzuki, Orff, and AMEB methods.
He has received a BMus in classical piano performance from the Australian Institute of Music, He has performed piano at The Australian Hall, Sydney TAFE Gallery, and Sydney Town Hall and is multilingual in English, French, Farsi and basic Arabic.
Omid has been teaching for a number of years, from young children to adults. His vibrant personality and enthusiasm for teaching inspire his students to not only have fun and enjoy music but also to advance their understanding and skills. His encouraging style of teaching also focuses on building up their confidence and personal needs for each individual student.
He studied score reading, analysis, and conducting at with Dr Mark Shapiro at Juilliard Online. In addition to work learn from renown lecturers at Sydney Conservatorium Dr Stephen Mould. He is currently completing his Masters in Conducting at Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
He is a current guest conductor at North Sydney youth orchestra, Music director or Men’s Shed chorale, and assistant conductor at the Metropolitan Orchestra.
He has conducted many ensembles, choirs and orchestras including the North Sydney Youth Orchestra, North Sydney Wind band and Concert Band, Melbourne Youth Orchestra, Sydney Male Choir, and premiered Ladies in Black for amateur theatre with Strathfield Musical society. His experience in stage management and operations also help him to work and perform in many renown places such as the Sydney Opera House, Eugene Goossens hall at ABC Centre, The Australian Hall (Sydney), Trackdown studios and The Federation Hall in Melbourne Conservatorium of Music.