I have 8 years of teaching and tutoring experience in a variety of environments. I have always enjoyed teaching, tailoring my tuition to the individual and doing my utmost to ensure that each individual achieves their goals, whatever they may be.
In addition to my education and training, I lived in Austria for 3 years working as an English Language Assistant for the British Council. This invaluable time enabled me to fully hone my German language skills, and I have since worked as an online translator.
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Joanna is a polish cellist based in London. She has made her debut as a soloist performing Goltermann’s Cello Concerto in G-major at the age of 12 and has since appeared in concerts and festivals around the world as a concerto soloist, recitalist, chamber as well as orchestral musician. As a soloist she has performed in many renowned concert halls in Europe, Asia and United States as well as at important festivals. In 2017 she made her debut on BBC Radio 3. With a broad range of repertoire, her musical specialisms encompass works from the standard repertoire alongside lesser known pieces. In her recitals she often includes new works, many of them written especially for her and dedicated to her.
Joanna is a founding member of the award-winning Bukolika Piano Trio. She also collaborates with the guitarist Mario Kurtjak as well as with the Rowan Cello Quartet. In January 2020, she received her PhD. Her doctoral research as well as her CD album focused on music for the cello by Kaija Saariaho as an example of new qualities of sound and expression. Joanna received a scholarship from the Clumber Studio to study with Christoph Richter at the Royal Academy of Music in London, where she graduated with Distinction in 2018.
Joanna is a highly demanded teacher, and holds a position as an assistant professor at the Academy of Music Krakow in addition to her ever-expanding class of private cello students across London. She is also involved in the promotion of music by the Venezuelan composer Antonio Estevez, whose music is well known in South America but still undiscovered by many audiences.
Joanna plays on a cello by Pawel Migiel.
For many years, I have worked in the UK and abroad as a professional musician. I am passionate about all aspects of music-making and about inspiring people of all ages to reach their full potential, both academically and practically.
I am currently an ABRSM examiner and have undertaken this role for 8 years, working in many regions of the UK and also in China and Hong Kong. I very much appreciate the chance to provide a friendly, but professional atmosphere in which candidates feel sufficiently at ease to perform to the best of their ability.
I have been Head of Academic Music at a public school in Bath for 7 years and have guided students through the component parts of the GCSE and A level syllabi. Many students have thrived under my care and have gone on to University or Music College to further their understanding of Music.
I also teach Music Theory up to Grade 8. I am passionate that Theory is a vital addition to all practical music-making. Significantly, some students at school chose not to opt for A level Music, but later decided that they wanted to study Music at University. Achieving Grade 8 theory with me enabled them to secure their place in the next phase of their education.
I am a semi professional pianist and teach the piano from pre Grade 1 to Grade 8. I am very happy to teach the full range from young children up to adult learners, and years of experience of dealing with people has, I trust, cultivated a focused, committed and friendly approach.
I accompany a Choral Society and have done so for 10 years, really enjoying the chance to play and inspire people to sing.
I also play the harpsichord in a Baroque ensemble with two professional flautists, a bass viol player and a Baroque vocalist. We give concerts and are all enthusiastic about our playing together and sharing our love of Baroque music.
Shaun provides music tuition for GCSE and A Level courses for Edexcel, AQA, OCR and WJEC Boards. He is able to help you develop your understanding and awareness for the composition, listening and performing elements of the course.
Learn how to play at your own pace with lessons tailored to your own ability and ambition. Learning piano is both fun and fulfilling, and every effort is made to engage younger pupils and spark their interest in music.
30+ years of experience in 1:1 and ensemble music teaching. Beginners to Advanced. Exam study or purely for pleasure!
18 years in general music classroom teaching, devising and teaching tailored curriculum from early years to adult, including EYFS, KS1 - www.*** ;
GCSE, A Level, all ABRSM instrumental and theory grades. All students gained A/A* at GCSE and 100% pass with ABRSM grades.
Preparation for auditions and scholarships. Many students sung/played with national ensembles - NYCGB, NCOGB, NYOGB, NCCGB.
Adult learners of all abilities and guidance in general musicianship in all instruments/voice types.
Speciality in flute and vocal performance. Experience in woodwind, piano, keyboard, brass, general musicianship and music theory.
Choral and ensemble www.*** ; Workshops and conducting / directing www.*** ; Wide experience in organising community music events.
Remote study and consultations available via Zoom, Teams, Skype, WhatsApp.
Please visit www.*** for contact details and further information.
Alice Elizabeth D. BEM GTCL LTCL (PftT) FISM (née Larner) is a popular piano and singing teacher and is the Musical Director of the University Plymouth Choral www.*** moved down from Aberdeenshire to Penzance in Cornwall in 2017 (after working there since 1990) leaving her post as Musical Director of Haddo House Choral & Operatic Society and the two award winning young Haddo Voices choirs. She was also the founder and Artistic Director of the Haddo Arts Festival.
A fully qualified conservatoire trained pianist and singer, Alice teaches in Penzance www.*** has an unprecedented success rate with pupils of all ages in exams, auditions and performances but also teaches pupils for fun and is adaptable to all needs.
She has over 30 years experience of teaching aspiring musicians and has helped many gain access into conservatoires, colleges, universities and stage schools.
She is an experienced choral conductor having taken rehearsals and conducted concerts and operas at Haddo House since the early 90s. All the non-auditoned choirs she led won competitions locally and nationally.
She is a member of the professional body the Incorporated Society of Musicians (Private Teachers Section), and The Association of Teachers of Singing (AOTOS), is fully DBS checked and was recently honoured with the British Empire Medal in the Queen’s 90th Birthday honours for Services to Music in Aberdeenshire.
*** Online teaching via Zoom available! ***
I'm a young, dynamic musician who's open to all styles and genres.
I am 'Composer in Residence' and teacher of music at Eton College, including prep for ABRSM exams.
I have experience with pupils of all ages and stages, from beginners through to advanced. Including adults and children. I have put many pupils through ABRSM exams, with good results including distinctions. I have also had several beginner pupils who simply want to learn the instrument to an enjoyable level and play with others.
I want to help students with their own unique musical goals through exciting methods; I have a wide plurality of musical experience and an open personality, so let's talk about what you want to achieve.
I work professionally as a composer, pianist (accompanist), jazz pianist, choral singer, saxophonist, percussionist. I've also worked a lot with theatre. I was chapel musician and a choral scholar at Cambridge. I have conducted orchestras, choirs.
I have excellent qualifications: a double first from Cambridge University (in Music) as well as an MMus from Rotterdam conservatoire. I've won several awards for my musical and academic work.
Fully DBS checked. Can teach in my spacious studio in Eton. Or travel short distances to Windsor/Eton/Slough www.*** ;
Also available as an arranger/composer/editor:
I firmly believe that everyone enjoys music in some capacity, and my teaching approach reflects that. I will always find a way to make music lessons fun and enjoyable, whilst ensuring each student achieves their maximum potential.
After graduating from The University of Hull in 2009, studying a music degree focusing mainly on performance, I decided to further my studies abroad by attending the 14th international course of musical interpretation at the Frederic Chopin School of music in Nowy Sacz, Poland, being taught under Barbra Halska of the Chopin University in Warsaw.
Feeling the need to pass on my enthusiasm for subject, I decided to take up teaching in a classroom setting, so I completed my PGCE in Secondary Music at The University of Greenwich/Trinity College of Music.
During this year, having the urge to further my piano skills too, I also completed the DipABRSM diploma exam in performance (piano solo).
Over the last ten years I have performed in a variety of settings including solo recitalist, accompanist, wedding bands or even church organist. The vast differences in performance setting have helped me become a more well rounded performer and has consequently broadened my teaching skills.
For nine years I was a secondary school music teacher, including three years as head of department. In this time I taught everything from KS3 classes up to A level Music and A level Music Technology. I taught a huge variety of exam specifications and even became an examiner for one of the main exam boards. As a result I became very effective with teaching students how to fulfil their potential and achieve their goals.
My passion for piano also meant that I continued to deliver private piano lessons all the time I was in schools. I have a 100% pass rate, including theory exams.
Whilst most of my experience is teaching ages 11-18, I have taught pupils as young as 7 and as old as 60, each one being satisfied with my lessons.
I have been in education for over 25 years and have gained a vast amount of experinece in the classroom with children from nursery to year 6 inclusive and have also tutored children in recpeption to year 11 inclusive.
I believe in building on strengths and planning individual programmes for each tutee based on these and their preferred learning method. I do not believe in sticking to what the government expect children to be able to do but work to the level the tutee is at enabling them to achieve their true potential.
I have successfully tutored children with special educational needs including dyslexia where I have seen reading ages increase by 2 years in the space of 6 months. I have enabled year 6 children to achieve beyond their predicted score in SATs and have a 100% record with 11+ and independent school entrance exams - indeed 2 of my tutees gained scholarships to a school that only gives 2 a year.
Please feel free to visit my website for more testimonials and information. www.***
I work for Lancashire Music Service as a visiting teacher, teaching mainly piano and keyboard at school.
Piano/electronic keyboard/theory Tuition
I teach in my own studio at home and take on students from aged 7 upwards
I have taken all the grades (1-8) with the piano and music theory, I hold grade 8 on the electronic keyboard and have also taken the AMusTCL diploma in theory of music
Lessons are for half an hour, I can take you through the grades or just for pleasure as I understand not everyone is interested in exams
I take a friendly approach to lessons and do expect practice to be done at home
Piano lessons in Royston, UK.
Piano, music theory, music history, business and business studies lessons in Toys Hill, UK.
Pianist and Professor of Music Studies.
I taught privately and in educational establishments in Belgium,
Italy, Hong Kong and London.
Winner of National Piano Competitions at a young age in Italy.
Performer as a soloist, piano 4-hands and duet with violinist in Bruxelles and in Italy.
Created, developed and managed the Music Department at the first Fulham Preparatory School in London.
Private Piano and Music Theory tuition in West Kensington on my Steinway&Sons Gran Piano at The Piano Practice.
Tuitions for pupils from secondary school age to Adults. Intermediate and advanced level.
Exams preparation in Piano and Music Theory Grades 1-8, ARSM and Diploma with the ABRSM with a 100% success rate of high Merit and Distinctions results.
An annual Concerts organized for the Pupils for Performance assessment.
The Music Tuitions are given in three languages – English, French, Italian - at the pupil’s choice.
Member of the ISM (Incorporated Society of Musicians) FISM
Member of EPTA (European PianoTeacher Association) PMEPTA
Specialities: Professional and qualified Pianist and Music Tutor. Tuitions given in three languages, privately and in academic establishments.
Italian and French Language Tutor.
Experienced piano player and class teacher specialising in classical and jazz.