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.
Thanks for visiting my profile - I'm Jon Rattenbury and I play and teach guitar and other fretted instruments. I've been involved with music professionally for 20 years.
Do you want to learn the guitar, bass or ukulele? I am a professional guitar teacher that has helped hundreds of students of all ages achieve their musical goals.
NOW TEACHING ONLINE - Since early March 2020, I've been teaching students using Zoom, Skype, Facetime and MS Teams. I can help you learn while we are all restricted to staying at home. Get in touch for a FREE consultation and technical setup so that you can have online guitar lessons.
I have taught guitar in Sussex for 20 years, both privately and in schools, colleges and university. I help students with auditions, performances, music exams and just getting better at playing. Whether you want to learn classical guitar, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass guitar or ukulele, I have the knowledge and experience to ensure you can progress quickly.
I provide tuition for music theory and often contribute practical help and guidance for composing and song-writing. I even have experience on lute and baroque guitar, if you have an interest in early music. For those interested in singing while playing guitar or ukulele, I can share my own singing and accompanying experience and help you find your voice.
My wide experience teaching children and teenagers ensures that students will enjoy learning their instrument while making real progress. Past and present students have worked on music A-level, GCSE and IB performances, undergraduate university degree coursework, practiced for concerts and gigs, prepared for auditions and for music grade exams.
I also teach adults, from complete beginners to university students, to other guitar teachers who want to widen their knowledge. Also for adult classical guitarists, I run a regular guitar group. This is great for sight-reading, learning new repertoire and musicianship. It's also good fun and it's a friendly and relaxed group.
I have worked as a music examiner for RSL (Rockschool) and IBO, and helped ABRSM with music syllabus development, so I have a very good understanding of music qualifications.
I have enhanced DBS certification for working with children and vulnerable adults, and Public Liability Insurance.
Happy to teach 11-18 year olds anything to do with music: composition, history, analysis, theory and listening skills. I have a holistic approach and believe good music teaching should involve playing, listening, analysing and creating (composition). Many years of experience in preparing pupils for EDEXCEL GCSE and A level with excellent results. Happy to deliver via ZOOM as a platform.
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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.
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Hi. My name is Tarquin www.*** I teach an assortment of musical threads, mainly piano and theory, and also in composition, be it songwriting or film soundtracks. I am a flexible teacher, in that I try to meet the learner wherever they are at, and seek to teach them in a way that suits their learning style. My background is both classroom teaching and ono-to-one peripatetic and I have taught throughout all Key Stages and all abilities. I am also well versed in Music Technology (and have taught it) which I use to create soundtracks, and ambient pieces.
I am a believer in rewarding effort and thus discipline is a firm asset in my students. I am both congenial and engaging as a tutor. My sense of humour is unique and perhaps it is why I love Music full stop!
I love to help students of all ages understand their work and progress in their learning. I pride myself on being patient and supportive, and all lessons are catered to students' individual needs. I've been Head of Academic Music, Assistant Director of Music, and I've taught in the maintained and private sectors.
I teach all aspects and all levels of Music (including GCSE, A Level, IB), but also offer tutoring in academic/essay writing, and all aspects of English writing/spelling/grammar, and tailored learning support.
I am a composer and musician and at the age of 16 I was one of the youngest students to study percussion at the Royal Northern College of Music. After graduating I started working in London as a Freelance percussionist in all styles of music including regular work with the BBC Symphony Orchestra and the London Sinfonietta. I became the last Solo Percussionist with Sir Peter Maxwell Davis’s contemporary ensemble: The Fires of London. I was commissioned to write music for Sir John Gielgud’s reading of Lear’s Nonsense Poetry. In 1981 I started working with Steven Berkoff (Actor/Director) as composer/performer and collaborated many of his stage, TV and radio productions including: West, Greek, On the Water Front, Berkoff’s Messiah and Richard II. One of my first compositions was a Vibraphone solo called ‘Blues for Gilbert’. I am currently releasing some new recordings and composing an exciting new musical called: Seven and a Half www.*** ;
As a teacher I have many years of experience teaching piano, percussion, vocal coaching, composition and theory. Also, GCSE and A Level composition tutoring.
Private teaching: piano, percussion, vocal coaching, composition and theory, GCSE and A Level composition tutoring
London City of London Boys School: percussion
James Allen’s Girls School (JASSPA) Saturday School: percussion
The Guildhall School for Music and Drama: percussion
James Allen’s School for The Performing Arts: percussion
BBC Young Musician of the Year Competition: Judging panel
Graduate of the Royal Northern College of Music (GRNCM) and Professional Performer of the Royal Northern College of Music (PPRNCM) – Percussion and Piano
Available on request.
Music lessons in Tetbury, UK.
Jago is a composer with influences from improvisation, jazz and electronics — his music begins with (but does not end at) extended techniques, resonances, microtones and atmosphere. Jago is currently Composer in Residence in Eton College, where he teaches composition/theory and writes for the school’s world-class ensembles, choirs and theatre. Jago’s interests are wide in scope; he works variously with electronics, performance art, theatre and traditional paper composition; he thrives in collaborative and interdisciplinary settings. Jago is active as a singer and pianist and performer with live electronics.
Jago studied at the Rotterdams Conservatorium, Codarts under Robin de Raaff and Rene Uijlenhoet, and received an award winning double-first from the University of Cambridge, studying composition under Christian Mason. Recent premieres have included the televised premiere of Crystal Projections, as part of the BBC Young Musician competition. Jago has written works for notable ensembles, including as part of De Doelen’s ‘Red Sofa’ series, which included a piece for the Doelen Kwartet‘s 25th anniversary concert and for the Stolz Kwartet. Jago won the Cambridge University Composer’s Competition and was commissioned to write for the Britten Sinfonia, in this process he also worked with the BCMG. His works have been premiered at the Cambridge Young Composers’ Meeting, the Cambridge Summer Music Festival and at Eton College. Jago has written for numerous other concerts, events and choral services. Jago’s work with theatre has seen him musically direct, sound design and write music for productions such as the internationally-touring Cambridge American Stage Tour, productions the Edinburgh Festival and in the Cambridge ADC theatres. Interdisciplinary projects have included Art Break, an evening-long performance in Rotterdam’s Fenix Factory; and origin:axis, an intermedia performance-art duo. Jago founded and directed the Tarwewijk Choir, projects of which have included public interventions in unusual spaces as well as collaboration with visual artists and community groups. Jago is an experienced choral and orchestral conductor and has produced concerts and events, often promoting new music. Jago was a fellow at Classical:Next; he was awarded a Hartmann Award (Codarts, Rotterdam) for his masters’ composition work; a Postgraduate Study Award from the Countess of Munster Trust; a Foundation Scholarship and the Hanson Prize from Pembroke College, Cambridge for his academic and compositional work as well as awards for excellence in composition and piano from Hampshire County Music Service.
Experienced music teacher of more than 10 years I am available to tutor in various areas of music and instrumental lessons. I am Head of Music at a local secondary school so have intimate knowledge of GCSE music including across different exam boards.
I have taught guitar for many years from beginner to advanced and alo available to teach piano from beginner to intermediate level.
Also available for music theory tuition (ABRSM) and production/recording guidance and tuition.
Music history, music and composition lessons in Woking, UK. I have taught 11-19 age students as well as adults for 26 years. I trained at the Royal College of Music, achieving ARCM Teachers' Diploma and Dip RCM Performers' Diploma as well as a Bachelors' Degree (GRSM Hons II:1). I did a PGCE (Secondary Education) at Roehampton University and have taught in secondary schools and VI form colleges up to and including A level standard. I have high value added scores and my students have 100% pass rate with over 80% last year gaining A*-B grades.
I can therefore offer a service to support students with all aspects of GCSE and A level Music to augment whatever they are doing at school/college. I love teaching the set works and tutoring students in composition and compositional techniques such as Bach chorales and Baroque counterpoint. I prepare students for ABRSM and other examination board theory exams, especially ABRSM grade 5 and have 100% pass rate. As a passionate advocate of the recorder and early music, I teach individual recorder lessons up to and including diploma level. I also teach music to students who simply want to learn for the sheer pleasure of learning and am happy to teach any age group. I am also happy to teach adult education music appreciation classes if required. I feel that Music should have a much more prominent place in education and society in general as the benefits of better well-being cannot be ignored.
I am an enthusiastic and committed Teacher of Music with experience of working with a range of children and young adults studying at primary and secondary schools, Sixth Form College’s, and both undergraduate and postgraduate university students.
I am a dedicated and hard working person who enjoys working either as an individual or as part of a successful team. I have a good understanding of how lessons can be planned and differentiated to ensure that every pupil achieves. I make every effort to ensure that my experiences and passion for music are brought to each lesson that I teach, in order to inspire and motivate my pupils so that they too want to learn the subject that I love. I aim to work so that my pupils have every opportunity to better themselves as musicians by means of patient and constructive teaching.
During my previous and current teaching positions I have gained experience of teaching curriculum music lessons and group music-making projects for Key stages 1,2,3,4 as well as teaching GCSE ,BTEC and A level Music. I have also lectured on BA Music courses, with a focus on Music Education as well as lecturing on PGCE training courses for both Primary subject specialist courses and Secondary trainee music teachers.
Music lessons in Rochdale, UK.
I've taught flute as a peripatetic teacher since the age of 17 and trained as a secondary music teacher in my home town of Sydney, Australia. I have since worked in secondary schools and more recently as Director of Music in several schools in the UK and abroad. I am currently Director of Music at a London Preparatory School. I believe studying music should be primarily about enriching one's life, and aim to make learning about theory and composition as practical and fun as possible. Music requires precision and exacting skill but I believe it is possible for everyone to improve their appreciation and understanding of music. Music is an incredible means of self expression and helping students understand more than just the technical elements is very important to me.
I have worked with a wide age range of students, from pre-schoolers to adults. Every person is an individual and I will tailor our lessons to your needs and aims. As a parent to a child with ASD and Irlen syndrome, I am able to apply strategies to assist other pupils with similar needs and have an appreciation of particular challenges which can arise from these.
Music, music theory and composition teacher in Blackburn, UK.