Music lessons in Tetbury, UK.
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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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.
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.
In 2008, Stafford Music School opened its doors to the first keyboard students learning on Yamaha Courses. The positive response from students, parents and schools in the local area enabled the number of students to increase to over 90 in the first four months. Since then, adding the Yamaha Guitar Encounters course, individual tuition on keyboard and piano and vocal tuition has seen the school continue to grow with over 230 students now taking lessons with us each week.
Our studios are fully equipped with the state of the art Yamaha instruments and our teachers have extensive teaching experience and training, to enable our students to progress and have fun whilst learning.
Each year, there are opportunities for students to take exams with Rock School and Trinity College and we provide regular performance opportunities including our annual 'live band' concert at Stafford Gatehouse Theatre in March.
We offer a free trial lesson on our Keyboard, Piano & Guitar Courses and further information on our courses and fees can be found on our website at www.*** ;
Please call tel: *** or email ***@*** for more information or to arrange a free trial lesson!
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.
Hi there I'm Dan H. BA (Hons) and I have been playing bass for over 13 years. I have a BA Honours Degree in Music and I'm available to teach bass to a very high standard. I have been teaching bass for some years now and I'm also a semi-professional musician and have been for over 11 years now and have done 100's of countless gigs in that time all around the country. If you are just starting to play bass, have a child that wants to learn an instrument and play bass or even if you're an experienced player already and want some help polishing off and improving your technique and skill then these lessons will be perfect for you! I also follow the Rock School grade syllabus so If you or your child are currently taking bass grade exams or you or your child are thinking about taking the bass grade exams then my lessons are perfect for you.
Please contact me for prices. Package and bundle deals are also avalaible.
English, Maths, Science, History, Geography, Music, Readind, and Literacy lessons in Barnet, UK.
I have taught music for 30 years as a school music teacher, so am able to tutor in GCSE music, A level, also Piano and organ and music theory. I am happy to take beginners.
I began my career as a violinist with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, where I played for 13 years, as well as being a visiting teacher of violin at Oakham School, Rutland. Following the arrival of my children, I completed a secondary PGCE in music, qualifying to teach GCSE and A level music; I am currently an AS and A level examiner for Pearson Edexcel. Following my Masters with TrinityLaban, I have returned to private instrumental teaching and music theory and GCSE/A level tutoring, as well as undertaking some music service teaching, music examining and professional performing. I currently teach music theory, coach chamber music and conduct a string ensemble at Primary Royal Academy of Music in London.
I am experienced with children and young people from KS2 through to KS5, and teach violin from beginner up to diploma level. I also teach music theory, viola and can coach GCSE and A level instrumental performance candidates. As an A level examiner, and a very experienced GCSE music teacher, I can provide additional lessons or support for GCSE and A level music candidates, including teaching coursework composition.
I believe firmly that all human beings have an innate musical ability and enjoy finding creative ways to draw that out in all learners, no matter their age or current ability.
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.
My name is Timmy and I have been a guitar teacher for over 10 years and a music teacher for 5 years.
Throughout the years I have learnt all tricks and trades. From industry secrets, to producing methods, my vast past in the industry has helped me get to where I am today.
If you are interested in learning guitar, or gaining extra knowledge in your GCSE/ A level subject I am here to help and supply resources only available through me.
Guitar (Electric, Acoustic, Base, Classical, Slide) Mandolin: Banjo (Bluegrass 5 String): Ukulele:
Harmonica & Fine Art
At www.*** MUSIC STUDIOS you can enjoy: Affordable quality GUITAR, www.*** , MANDOLIN, VIOLIN, Music Theory, Songwriting and Composition sessions in the music studios located in www.*** town www.*** to one tuition £8 for 25 mins, £11 for 40mins or £15 an hour. Novice to virtuoso, all ages and abilities welcome! NO boring exams, get playing, performing, writing, recording and enjoying your www.*** singing and vocal workshops from £2:50 per person, per www.*** (5+ sessions) get FREE Instrument www.*** provided for www.*** taking lesson bookings for 2019To contact www.*** Music Studios txt/tel tel: *** or message page. www.*** MUSIC Studios inc the House Of Fun Music room Supporting our awesome local musicians since 1992. (More master classes in 2019 t. b. a)
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.
In over 20 years of teaching, I have taught a wide range of students from young beginners to vocational musicians and adults who learn for pleasure.
The teaching environments I have worked in include peripatetic teaching at independent schools (Belmont House School), vocational schools (Purcell School and the RSAMD Junior Department), and community music trusts (Cumbernauld Music Trust).
I currently teach piano privately and have students preparing for GCSE, ABRSM and A Level performance exams. No student will want to keep coming for weekly lessons if they don’t enjoy their lessons so as a teacher, I always aim to inspire and motivate my students with creative teaching practices.
I also run Rhythm Circle in Sutton Coldfield, a musical holiday club for young children aged 5-9 years. It teaches the basics of music via multi-sensory games and activities. Recommended for young beginners as a friendly introduction to formal music lessons
I offer tuition in piano, guitar, voice and clarinet.
I always tailor my lessons to students needs.
I'm a trainee Music Therapist studying at Guildhall School of Music and Drama, enrolled as a jazz pianist. Piano has always been my passion, achieving Grade 8 when I was only 11. Since then I have studied at Newcastle University achieving a First Degree in BA (Hons) Music before working at Oakham School as their Graduate Musician. I'm an award winning composer (NMSW Young Composer Award 2015) and an award winning performer (STAGE Edinburgh Award 2018: Timpson: The Musical) who also works extensively as an audio engineer and podcast producer. At 23 I'm a young, enthusiastic face who can offer in-face and online teaching.
I worked as a jazz piano tutor at Oakham School but also for early lessons in classical. Asides from this I tutored KS3 music and music theory classes up to Grade 8 ABRSM.
As a music therapist I have to work to try and compliment everybody's innate musicality. Because of this I can easily adapt teaching to fit the needs of the student. I am a great believer in off-the-book learning and have seen myself the benefit of taking classical skills (scales, harmony, technique) and applying them to aural learning and improvisation. I think that the piano is something that anybody can love if they have the right person to teach them that.
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.
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 am a very dedicated and determined teacher who believes in spending time with pupils to help them understand the subjects they are learning. I am qualified, friendly and experienced teacher dedicated to student learning.
I feel that I am able to connect with pupils through my friendly and personable nature. I love teaching and have the determination to provide the best possible education to my students. I am flexible, patient, and understanding. I am extremely keen to explore creativity within the curriculum, and am committed to high expectation and achievement whilst looking to make learning more accessible and fun.
I am keen to be assigned to a position that will help me build up on my skills and grow as a professional in order to make me the best teacher that I am able to be.
Primary teacher of 20 years, pro musician, musical director for theatre shows, freelance pianist and choral director, jazz improvisor. Holds A-level maths and teaches other subjects to primary level. excellent exam success. full DBS held through school
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.
With five years experience teaching music to those with special educational needs, I believe "we are born musical". Sometimes though we are restricted by our individual differences, we may experience sensory or physical difficulties that limit our ability to express our unique www.*** develop ways to open musical worlds to those with a range of learning difficulties and disabilities. I deliver music as communication in order to encourage pre-language skills, allowing pupils to express their creativity and develop their musicality. If a pupil wants to learn an instrument but needs an individualised learning experience, I tailor lessons to meet their learning www.*** ;work with parents and carers in order to develop their own skills and encourage a musical relationship between themselves and their children or young www.*** include:
Playing a range of instruments
Call and response strategies
Sensory stimulating environments
I have worked with pupils with a range of learning difficulties including:
Profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD)
Severe learning difficulties (SLD)
Mild learning difficulties (MLD)
Sounds of Intent PG Cert- Pending
Makaton levels 1-4
Positive Behaviour Managament
Most importantly of all, we have lots of fun!
Music Teachers, Recording Studio, Theatre Company, Choir.
Our aim is to encourage a life in music to people of all ages.
We hope you enjoy your visit to our website and invite you to contact us.
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.
Piano/Chromatic Accordion,Singing, and Theory lessons in Worthing, UK.
*** 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 offer instrumental teaching in Clarinet, Piano, Flute. I am also able to screen for Dyslexia.
English, English literature, French, maths, drama and music lessons in Pulborough, UK.
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.