I have over 15 years of experience, in teaching music to children and adults of all ages. My main profession is individual and group music lessons, within primary schools. I have many private music students - which I have now adapted to teaching, where needed, via skype/zoom or using other digital resources. This method is working incredibly well!
I am the co-founder of a music school (Exeter Music Holiday School), which has been running for 7 years. We offer workshops and individual lessons, throughout every UK, mainstream school holiday. I also play the flute in a Ceilidh band, play in the pit for panto, and have perfomed on various instruments (including vocals), for group concerts and individual performances.
As the 'Wind' section leader, for Exeter Childrens Orchestra (ECO), I am having a wondeful experinece so far, and it has given me the opportunity to brush up on my basic Bassoon skills - which is my next planned venture.
Teaching the following instruments/vocals, in schools and privately has enabled me to tutor to varying degrees, and examination levels (I generally use ABRSM, as the preffered exam board). Here are the instruments I can provide lessons for:
At music school, I run workshops in world music, folk music, tales and art. Storytelling through music. Wind, strings, brass and percussion. Many workshops are adapted to the seasons, outdoor spaces so that we can explore and be inspired. Music really holds no bounderies and can be found everywhere.
I am constantly learning a new instrument, and take the exams through the levels. It keeps me on track with how it feels to learn and coping with exam prep and nerves. Empathy and connections is very important.
Being a parent, I know how important it is, to feel that your child is safe and happy with a mentor. This is why I encourge the take-up of a 'free' initial lesson, so that you feel happy and comfortable with going forward.
Although I do not have any specialist qualifications in working with children and adults with additional needs, I do have lots of experience. I have many wondefullly bright students, within these spectrums, whom have taught me so much. I am more than happy to re-invent the wheel and nurture what is important to each person. My eldest son is a child with autism, and he is an incredibly gifted musicican, who learns by ear and repitition (even though he can read music prefectly well) - as this is how he responds. He feels his way though it, and this makes his very happy. He has also happily sat many exams.
I would love to hear from you. Feel free to get in touch with any questions.
I have been teaching for many years now, privately and in independent schools, with pupils at many different levels, ages and circumstance. I run several woodwind chamber groups, covering flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and saxophone, which gives me a well-rounded knowledge of all woodwind www.*** have taken my pupils through many exams; theory, piano and oboe, all showing fantastic results. Recent successes include 98% in Grade 5 theory and 96% in Grade 7 oboe. But I also teach people 'just for fun!', so can adapt to whichever you need.
Music has always been hugely influential and something I have felt a lot of passion for from a very young age. To even have a background in music is incredibly beneficial throughout life, and I find it thrilling how I can pass on my knowledge so that others can benefit this way.
Since I began learning the oboe and piano, I have fortunately received fantastic tuition from many world renound musicians. I think it is important for a teacher to inspire, be fully involved and motivate the student, to ensure they look forward to lessons and enjoy practice www.*** much as they can!
I try to keep lessons lighthearted and fun with the idea of pushing the student at the same time - I hope that my former students agree! It's really important to me to build a good rapport with my tutee, as it makes learning efficient and a pleasant www.*** ;
From the world class education that I have received myself, I have luckily picked up many tricks and tips about teaching the 'correct' way and would love to carry on passing this knowledge to allow students to have a great time playing their instrument!
"The Musica Nova is a name to be held in respect by those engaged in promoting sound artistic values within youthful musical circles. The establishment bears the hallmark of excellence. Its principal, the distinguished Russian pianist and singer Eugenia Terentieva, ensures that her students enjoy tuition of the highest quality. Musica Nova deserves to attain outstanding success in the field of scholastic advancement"
Derek Leask. Music Critic, UK
Musica Nova, the International Academy of Music, is a unique bilingual establishment in the UK that combines the best of British and Russian principles of teaching and offers music lessons and complex Certificate programmes for children (starting as early as 3. 5 years old) and adults (up to advanced professional level).
It has six categories of classes geared to maximise the potential of the student in musical styles and genres as diverse as classics, jazz, pop, dance, and drama. It was founded in 2001 and is based in the London Borough of Camden, within walking distance of King’s Cross St. Pancras tube station (zone 1). Thanks to the Academy, children, teenagers and adults from all ethnic backgrounds, including the Russian-speaking community in London, are being introduced to a beautiful world of music, enabling them to develop and improve their talent and to embark on professional music activity.
Musica Nova has established partnership links with artistic management agencies, record companies and cultural institutions. Since March 2011 the Musica Nova has held membership of the Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM) one of the major umbrella organisations in the UK joining professional teachers and musicians. In 2012 the Musica Nova took part in the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Music Education held at the Palace of Westminster. Recent documentaries about the Academy have been broadcast by the BBC, major national and international Russian TV channels and the Russian Hour programme on the Digital Sky TV channel.
All teachers are highly qualified professional musicians with a Conservatoire education, and with vast teaching experience with legal working status in the UK. All new teachers are carefully assessed and vetted in accordance with DFES regulations and employment legislation and with the Musica Nova’s own quality control procedures.
Lessons and Curriculum
Lessons take place in soundproof studios, equipped with pianos and elegantly designed to bring a sense of intimacy and discipline to the teaching. Both one-to-one and group sessions of up to eight students, are run at the Academy to fit in with students and parent’s busy lifestyles. If requested, lessons can also take place at client’s home (within the London area) and online.
The programmes are specially designed to lead and direct students from very first steps in music to Certificate (Grades 1 – 8) and Degree programmes (Performing and Teaching Diplomas) with participation in concerts, recording projects, performances at the international festivals and competitions. The ‘Music Wonderland’ is an innovative authoring programme offered to younger students. In close collaboration with child psychologists it assists in teaching music to children with dyslexia, speech and concentration problems.
In 2014 the Musica Nova introduced new educational programmes. Free concert events and workshops popularising good quality classical and contemporary music are open for children and adults in the Camden Russian communities in London.
Every year over 200 students are successfully assessed and receive Diplomas from major national examination boards. Students continue further music education in colleges and conservatoires in the UK (Royal Academy of Music, Royal Music College, Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, Cambridge and Oxford Universities) and Russia (State Conservatoire in Saint Petersburg, Gnessin Institution in Moscow).
Performances and Competitions
Students and teachers of the "Musica Nova" Academy have successfully performed in front of the members of the Royal Family, members of Parliament, politicians and celebrities.
I have been in love with playing the flute since I was eight years old. I have played the flute for over fourteen years and plan to do so for many more! I have taught the flute as a self-employed teacher for two years. I can play and teach a wide variety of genres, but I excel at teaching baroque music. I can also learn music by ear and can teach you almost any songs that you want, especially those you hear on the radio, movies, or www.*** shows! I can teach at a leisurely speed, help you pick up your confidence in yourself as a musician, and I can also adhere to strict schedules and help you prepare for difficult examinations. I will be with you every step of the way in your journey as a musician, providing guidance, giving advice, and supporting your learning progress. My schedule is rather flexible so if you are interested, I am sure we can arrange a time that works for both me and you!
Looking forward to hearing from you!
Now celebrating our twentieth year of providing quality music lessons in Danescourt, Llandaff, just minutes from Cardiff city centre, with easy access from all directions using Llantrisant Road, the A470 & the www.*** ;
We provide music lessons across a variety of different instruments including:
Piano Guitar Ukulele Singing Drums Percussion Violin Cello Double Bass Clarinet Saxophone Flute Theory
Classes are available for all ages from 6 months to adult!
Tel: tel: *** email: ***@***
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.
We have lessons for:
• Guitar (All Ranges)
• Bass Guitar
• Saxophone (All Ranges)
Experts in Music Lessons for all ages
All Sorts of Music, Music School, now situated in Ash near Deal, Kent (also covering the Canterbury, Sandwich and Dover areas) offers a comprehensive music lessons package, teaching both privately and within schools.
From Guitar and Piano lessons to Voice coaching and classical instrument training we can offer something for everyone. We are friendly and approachable and offer individual and group lessons tailored to your needs.
Free Trial Lessons Available
Please get in touch if you would like any more information or to arrange a free trial lesson. Adults and children (including those with special needs) are welcome at all levels. Lessons start at an affordable £5. All Sorts of Music is a not for profit organisation.
Saxophone, flute and clarinet tuition.
Genres include jazz, classical, rock, R'n'B, soul.
SWS Music is a non for profit music and educational organisation offering music lessons , community projects and school tuition to the local community.
Guitar, piano, singing, violin, viola, cello ,flute, clarinet, ukulele, mandolin, banjo, saxophone,recorder,theory.
We help students prepare for all main grade exam boards, ABRSM, Trinity, Rock School, RGT.
We have a team of 30 highly experienced tutors fully DBS checked with a post graduate education on their instrument.
We also run school exam , SATS, 11+ booster sessions for small groups.
We believe in making learning fun and enjoyable while helping students achieve a high quality outcome.
We are dedicated in making learning music available to all regardless of background and ability especially low income families and vulnerable groups.
For adults who may wish to return to music practice or indeed start from scratch to learn new and life enhancing skills, there are groups and individual lessons in a wide range of instruments at our centres in Paisley and Barrhead.
For young children, we offer a fun way to enjoy learning about music. Based on the Kodaly approach and using up to date teaching resources, we matches the age and preferences of the child to their practice.
Introduce a friend and receive a free lesson. T&Cs apply. Please contact us for more information.
I work for Lancashire Music Service as a visiting teacher, teaching mainly piano and keyboard at school.
Newbury Flute, Saxophone & Theory Tuition - About us.
David W. began playing the flute at the age of eleven. Having achieved a distinction in grade eight at the age of sixteen he joined H. M. Forces as a musician with the Staff Band of the Royal Corps of Transport. During his fifteen years as principal flautist of the R. C. T. Staff Band, he toured many countries around the world including a State visit to Jordan with Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth 2. Other duties included radio broadcasts, C. D. recordings and concerts.
After leaving the Army, David went to study for a music degree, graduating from Sheffield University in 1998 with a B. A. (Hons) 2. 1 in music as well as achieving the Licentiate of the Royal Schools of Music diploma. After graduating, in 1999, David was appointed flute specialist for Berkshire Maestros teaching students throughout Berkshire and conducting various ensembles.
Since leaving Berkshire Maestros in 2008, David is now a freelance flute and saxophone teacher teaching privately from his home in the centre of Newbury alongside teaching in secondary schools. David has entered over five hundred students for the ABRSM examinations, of those students, many have continued with their flute and saxophone studies at University and most of his pupils have been and are members of the Newbury Flute Choir.
David is also the founder and musical director of The Newbury Flute Choirs formed in September 2008. The Flute Choir which includes all ages, regularly perform at concerts around Newbury (required standard is grade 5 to grade 8+) They also perform with our very own string section (comprising of 2 violins, viola, cello, acoustic guitar and piano) who accompany the flute choir for concerts.
David is also a talented arranger for flute and wind ensembles writing music for the Newbury Flute Choir, Berkshire Maestros Ensembles and has also been commissioned to arrange music for schools ensembles.
David also performs flute regularly in the orchestra for NOMADS (Newbury Opera, Musical and Drama Society) and BATS (Basingstoke Amateur Theatrical Society)
David married Gayle in July 2017 having met at University. Gayle is also a music graduate of Sheffield University and a postgraduate in secondary music education of Reading University. Gayle has been teaching music in secondary schools since 2005 and is now currently Head of Music at Larkmead School. Gayle provides music theory tuition to David’s flute and saxophone students at their home in Newbury.
Both David and Gayle welcome new flute, saxophone and theory students.
Trudi started playing the flute at the age of 8 years old where she quickly joined the Birmingham Conservatoire under the instruction of Bernard Herrman (BBC Northern Dance Band, The Good Old Days)
While studying there Trudi gained her Flute ABRSM grades 1 - 8 and shortly afterwards gained the Advanced Certificate (now DipABRSM)
She was a member of the Birmingham Chamber Orchestra and the Birmingham Conservatoire Symphony Orchestra.
Teaching and performing in Germany for the British Forces Schools lasted some years before returning to the UK where she has her own music studio in the heart of Rugby.
I have been teaching in schools and privately for the last 20 years.
North London Music Centre is a one-stop-shop for all things musical in Enfield, North London.
We have over 2500 sq ft of retail space stocking some of the worlds leading brands in music. We offer a variety of musical instruments, accessories, sheet music, books and instrument repairs.
We also offer music lessons to students of all ages for a wide range of instruments including: Guitar, Bass, Drums, Violin, Cello, Piano, Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute, Ukulele and Vocal lessons.
Be sure to visit us in store, we are happy to help with all musical enquiries!
Flute lessons in Cornwall, UK.
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Grade 8+ flute, piano and music theory.
10+ years of music education including GCSE and A-Level.
Edexcel course specialism.
Excellent results and progress proven in state, private and grammar schools throughout London.
Based in London or Surrey.
Clarinet, Saxophone, Flute, Recorder, Piano teacher. All ages, all standards. Specialist in beginners.
Music, piano, music theory, flute and recorder lessons in Stoke on Trent, UK.
25 years teaching experience. 100% pass rate with ABRSM and Trinity/Guildhall exam boards. Teaching both state & private sector.
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Piano, clarinet, flute, descant recorder and music theory lessons - Collingham, UK.