Violin, Piano, Descant Recorder, and Theory lessons in London, UK.
Qualified DPSI Interpreter (English-Italian) and Education Professional with expertise in teaching of Modern Foreign Languages in French, Italian, and Spanish from Year 7 to Year 13. Accomplished tutor in variety of subjects including French, Latin, Ancient Greek, Italian, Spanish, and music theory, experienced at working with learners at all ages and levels from primary school students to professionals. Skilled at fostering rewarding relationships with learners and clients committed meaningful engagement to benefit of all parties. Proven ability to handle interpretation requirements with diplomacy and discretion. Gifted communicator with natural aptitude for knowledge sharing, able motivate teams and individuals in diverse and multi-cultural settings.
I am a versatile guitarist, songwriter and media composer known primarily for my work with the London-based alternative pop band Tenacity. I have been teaching guitar independently for the past two years, with students praising me for my unique approach to teaching practical methods of applying music theory, as well as my friendly manner.
Teaching has always been a passion of mine; to me, there is no greater feeling than giving the gift of knowledge, and I love to explore the different ways people learn. In lessons, I am completely devoted to finding what works for you and making a connection even on difficult topics. Shoot me a message if you'd be interested in receiving tutoring - it would be great to hear from you!
25 years experience. CT ABRSM. Friendly, flexible approach. Classical, popular, improv, exam prep.
I am an enthusiastic postgraduate Organist, currently holding scholarships at both the Royal College of Music and St Paul’s Cathedral.
I have 3 years experience teaching 8-12 year olds in music theory and vocal technique, as well as piano and organ.
G. is the leader in electric guitar, classical guitar, acoustic guitar, jazz guitar, bass guitar and ukulele lessons in Bushey, Hertfordshire & home tuition.
CAROLINE LENTON-WARD studied at the Royal Academy of Music where she was awarded the Charles Norman Prize. On leaving the RAM, she was granted awards from the Countess of Munster Musical Trust for further studies.
Caroline has appeared with the Royal Opera, Opera North, Kent Opera and the D'Oyly Carte, and performs regularly with BBC Singers, Sinfonietta Voices and London Voices. Solo appearances have included performances at the Royal Festival Hall, Bridgewater Hall and Philharmonic Hall with the RLPO, Mozart's C Minor Mass at the Barbican, Messiah with Sir David Willcocks, the role of the Virgin in Honegger's opera Joan of Arc with the RLPO, conducted by Libor Pesek, Verdi’s Requiem in Ely Cathedral, Vaughan Williams A Sea Symphony, Rossini's Petite Messe Solenelle for the BBC, and Britten’s War Requiem. Caroline was a soloist in James McMillan’s Busqueda for the 10th Anniversary concert of Music for Today series with the Philharmonia at the Royal Festival Hall, and has been a soloist in TV Times Christmas with the Stars at the Royal Albert Hall.
Caroline is a vocal tutor at Goldsmiths, University of London; is Choral Director and Singing Teacher at Sydenham High School; she set up and ran the Westminster Choral Project and was the founder Musical Director of the Westminster Junior Singers and Youth Choir; she was on the advisory panel for Go Sing singing in schools project. In addition, she has been a member of the BBC Singers outreach team and works as a consultant in Choral Education.
I am a freelance guitarist based in London, and have just finished studying a BA(hons) Degree in Music Industry Practice at the Academy of contemporary music (ACM). I've played many gigs, from small scale productions, to corporate functions and events. I have also worked with numerous artists in studio and live settings, playing in venues up and down the country. With this first-hand industry experience I can provide the most relevant and practical skills to any of my music students.
I cater my lessons to each of my students! From learning songs via ear, to understanding music theory and Instrument technique, I believe guitar playing should be a fun and gratifying. So it is my job as a tutor to pursue whichever avenue of music the student wants to delve into! Keen to explore, eager to challenge.
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.
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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.
Privately helping individuals of 4 and more years of age learn to play the piano and understand the theory of making music with the tools of Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Students can learn with me at their homes within the London boroughs of Bromley, Lewisham, Lambeth, Croydon, Southwark, downtown Toronto Canada, and online on Skype or Zoom worldwide in lessons of 60 minutes or of length of their choice.
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Piano and Music Theory lessons in Kenley, UK.
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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!
Music Theory and Piano lessons in Hornchurch, UK.
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.
I was born in 1992 in Bursa, Turkey. In 1998, I took my first piano lessons from
Pianist Alexander Mekaev at Bursa Philharmonic Society. In 2004, I studied musical hearing,
music theory and harmony / counterpoint with Bursa Regional State Symphony Orchestra
artists Duygu Borova Ozler and Gokce Ozler. In 2006, I succeeded in talent exams at Bursa
Zeki Muren Anatolian High School for Fine Arts and continued my piano education with Oya
While continuing my education at Anatolian Fine Arts High School, I started working
with Yıldız Aslanova,state artist and lecturer pianist. In 2009, I passed the exams of the
European Youth Symphony Orchestra (EJOD) and gave concerts in various countries
(Germany, France) to represent my country. During my tenure abroad, I worked with various
pianists and improved my speaking English. In 2009, I was accepted to the chamber orchestra
of Nilufer Municipality and continued my chamber music and orchestral education with
Professor Hasan Adiguzelzade.
I started Bursa Uludag University Music Education Department in 2010 following my
extraordinary success in the talent examination. In 2013 Istanbul International Pera Piano
Competition, I was awarded for the Best Freelance Interpretation. I actively participated in
masterclass studies with Tamara Poddubnaya and Associate Professor Ferit Adıguzelzade.
Graduating from Uludag University with honors in 2014, I won the master’s degree Program
of the Department of Music Education at Uludag University.
During my graduate education, I actively took part in various projects within the
university. During this period, I was assigned to accompany the undergraduate students
(string instruments). In 2018, I completed my master's degree with thesis.
During my undergraduate and graduate education, I worked as a freelance private
piano instructor and piano accompanist in various music institutions. I have been preferred by
the institutions in order to teach foreign students living in Bursa.
I prepared my students actively for festivals, concerts and competitions in music
institutions or with private lessons. At the same time, I prepared students for special talent
entrance exams of music schools and conservatories and they succeeded in these exams.
I prepared my students for the piano and theory examinations of The Associated Board
of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) for all grades and most of them passed the exams
In 2015, I performed the piano accompaniment of the DMD Polyphonic Choir, which
is part of the World Music Association. With this choir, I performed in Ankara Polyphonic
Choirs Festival. I donated all the revenues of my concerts during my undergraduate and
graduate studies to various charities and associations, and I also volunteered in various social
responsibility projects. I continue my active participation in the online certificate program of
Eskisehir University called “Piano Trainer-1” and “Fundamentals of Music Theory” by the
University of Edinburgh.
Please do not hesitate to contact me and I will be happy to answer any questions you may
I look forward to hear from you.
Thank you for your time in advance.
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"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.
Elizabeth studied at the Guildhall School of Music and was awarded the AGSM and Salzmann Scholarship.
She has worked with many professional orchestras, including the Philharmonia, Scottish Opera and BBC Concert Orchestra, and she has led the Virtuosi of London and Mornington Sinfonia.
Teaching commitments have included the Guildhall School of Music, Wells Cathedral School and Epsom College.
-Violin, Viola, Piano and Theory
-Children of all ages welcome
-Beginners to advanced diploma
-Parents can attend lessons
-Adult beginners welcome
- I currently teach using Skype and Zoom
- Which subject(s) do you teach?I teach singing, piano, recorder, theory and musicanship to adults and children of all levels of ability, in styles that include classical, pop and music theatre. As well as teaching singing I also provide piano accompaniment. Having sung with national opera companies and performed in concerts and music theatre I now specialise in coaching students for auditions and perfomances. I also have lots of experience preparing students for grade exams as well as teaching those who just wish to learn for www.*** Tell me about your www.*** hold an ARCM (Associate of the Royal College of Music) in teaching. I studied performance at the Opera School at the Royal College of Music. I studied piano with Yu Chun Yee and Ian Lake (professors of piano at the Royal College of Music). I studied music theatre at the Actors Centre in www.*** How much do you charge?I charge £30 for 30 minutes, £40 for 45 minutes, £45 an hour- Where do you teach?I teach at home in London, N20. The nearest tube is Totteridge/Whetstone on the Northern line. It is a 10 minute walk from the station, or you could take a bus for 2 stops. There is plenty of free parking outside the www.*** When are you available?I am available weekdays after 4pm, Monday mornings and weekends up to 2pm. I also teach throughout school www.*** Which ages and levels do you teach?I have students of all ages, from 5 to 95! I teach all grades in singing from total beginners to professional performers and have lots of experience preparing students for auditions and music theatre exams. I teach up to grade 5 piano and recorder as well as teaching music www.*** Which qualifications do you prepare your students for?ABRSM graded exams. Entrance to stage and drama schools. Auditions for music theatre, West-End shows, TV, films www.*** Do you have a personal message for students?My priority is to bring out the best in each individual student and to make our lessons as enjoyable as possible. I don't have a fixed teaching method but like to adapt to the interests and natural abilities of each student, so each lesson is an exciting experience for the student and myself.
- What kind of experience do you have?I have been performing professionally for over 35 years in opera, concerts, music theatre, pantomimes, TV and film with companies as diverse as the English National Opera, the Israeli National Opera, Covent Garden Opera House, BBC radio, La Scala (Milan), Earls Court etc. I have worked at English Martyrs Primary School, Hawley Infants and Kingsgate School for 14 years as a singing teacher, accompanist and recorder www.*** Do you have an up-to-date DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service, formerly CRB) Certificate?Yes. I am CRB checked and hold a Child Chaperone www.*** Where and with whom did you train?Leeds College of Music with Stiles-Allen and Owen Wynne. Royal College of Music with Hervey Alan and Marian Studholme. Israeli Opera with singing Professor Maria Buday. St. Cecilia Conservatori, Rome, with Paolo Silveri. Actors Centre in London with various teachers including Mary Hammond and Mark Meylan. Piano at the RCM with Yu Chun Lee and Ian www.*** Do you belong to any professional organisations?Musicians Union, Equity, Spotlight, AOTOS (Association of Teachers of Singing), Society of Recorder Players.
Rates Rate for online lessons : £45/h
• ARCM• RCM OPERA SCHOOL• CRB checked• MU, Equity, Spotlight
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.
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.
We are a strong team of specialised tutors based in London, ready to help you pass and succeed with confidence!
Our tutors are specialised in: 7+, 11+, 13+, school entrance exams, Maths, Further Maths, Additional Maths, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, English, Politics, History, Music Performance, Music Theory, Computing, German, French, Italian.
We also have a SEND specialised team who have experience helping and supporting students with ADHD, ADD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and Autism.
I have taken both English Literature and History as A Level Subjects at the Tiffin Girls School, and achieved Grade 9s at GCSE for both subjects. I am currently predicted two As for English and History at A www.*** ;
I will be completing my Grade 8 Piano performance exam in September, and have taken Music at A Level with a predicted A*. I am also an Offer Holder at Oxford for www.*** ;
Piano, Saxophone, Voice, Guitar, Singing, Theory, Composition, A level Music, GCSE Music, iGCSE/Pre-U Music.
I'm a young, dynamic musician classically/jazz trained, but open to all styles and www.*** ;
Currently I am Teacher of Music in Westminster School. I was 'Composer in Residence' and teacher of music at Eton College, including prep for ABRSM exams, theory teaching and more.
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.
Charge is between £30 per hour + a bit more if I travel far to you. 10% off if you pay for 10 or more lessons in advance.
I've won several awards for my musical and academic work.
Fully DBS checked.
Will travel within a cycle of the Limehouse area, can travel further afield but will have to charge more.
In Central London (Westminster) some days of the week too.
Also available as an arranger/composer/editor: www.***
Tutoring Experience: Teacher of Composition at Westminster School. Students aged 14–18, including harmony/counterpoint, free composition, Edexcel A-Level. Teacher of music at Eton College. This includes theory, composition, piano, aural (for ABRSM) and accompanying: this is for boys age 13–18. Teaching of many private pupils from all ages and stages including for the NHS.
Work at higher level includes workshops and classes with conservatoire-level students.
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 am also available to tutor for GCSE/iGCSE/A-Level music exams.
Tutoring Approach: 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.
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