With a Teaching Career dating from 1993 and an International reputation - teaching throughout the UK to Australia and many countries between - since 2010, Robin T. MMus, BMus (Hons.), ATCL (Dip.), MISM provides solutions to your musical issues.
Robin T. is a Music Teacher in Banchory serving 65 Students and an International cohort of Students via Online Tuition. Singing, Piano, Guitar, Bass, Drums and Elocution Lessons. After teaching internationally for years, Robin has added to his role, teaching English through Music. Incorporating TEFL qualifications with Music Teaching qualifications.
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.
Concert Pianist; Master of Music (Theory); Asst. Prof. of Music (Performance); recording artist ; Lecturer at Southampton University.
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
My name is Nicholas J., or simply 'Nick', for short.
I have been playing the piano since 2001, and I continue to play on an almost weekly basis in my local church.
I began giving piano lessons back in 2012, and have absolutely loved the experience ever since.
I offer online piano lessons, and online music theory lessons.
Online lessons are a great way to learn, particularly in modern times.
If you're unsure about which level is appropriate for you, we can discuss this in your first free trial lesson.
I am a strong believer that anyone is able to learn music, so long as time is spent developing the required skills.
Whether you're just a beginner, or a more advanced student needing guidance, let's explore music together!
I’m London based but travel to most area’s and teach guitar, piano, drums and singing. I teach kids & adults, beginners through to advanced levels. I’m DBS certified and I’m an accredited tutor with ‘My Guitar Lessons’. If close to my home I often offer the first lesson for FREE!
I began teaching in 1979 (aged 19) and will teach at all levels. While theory and technical exercises are necessary, these will be kept to a minimum with the focus on playing the instrument . My lessons are relaxed and fun.
Feel free to get in touch to ask more check me out on 'My Guitar Lessons'.
*** 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 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.
Omer www.*** ;
Deive M. One to One Tuition Piano - Keyboard - Guitar - Bass - Drums - Theory £32 for a one hour lesson, reduced to £29 if paid in advance, and the first one is also only £29.
Length and frequency of lessons are flexible. All ages welcome. I am able to teach students to play any songs or pieces they like and not make them learn any they don’t like. I teach them to play by ear and by notation. I also teach them how to improvise, and speak their mind musically. I have 18 years experience in this line of work, and for 17 years now it has been my full-time occupation. I have studied music at Los Angeles Musicians Institute and Cambridge Anglia Ruskin University. My name is pronounced ‘Dave Montaig’. ‘Deive’ is short for Deiven. Students can choose to learn any or all of the instruments I teach. They do not have to own an instrument to spend part of their lesson learning it. Students do not have to learn to read conventional sheet music. Furthermore, I do not teach it to beginners. I do teach it to those who want to learn it, but only after they have learnt my own ‘RSMR’ notation system. I don’t want to give them an overcomplicated, incorrect view of music that may make them give up. RSMR is the Rational System of Musical Reference, and is not just a notation system; it incorporates a new nomenclature system also. The conventional theory, nomenclature and notation of music contain some serious mistakes. The notation system is overcomplicated, presenting us with a number of things that do not exist in music itself, much of the nomenclature is naming elements of a notation system rather than elements of music itself, and the theory of pitch and the theory of rhythm presented to us do not acknowledge this. Furthermore, much of the notation and nomenclature is imprecise, impractical, inappropriate or misleading, and many of the terms used are given two or more conflicting meanings. Students do unfortunately have to learn much of the conventional nomenclature - because it is so widely used. Many musicians cannot read the notation and do not use it – including many of the world’s most popular musicians – but all musicians use the nomenclature to some extent. All students of pitch-playing instruments should be taught the conventional names of the twelve absolute pitch-tones and all students of chord-playing instruments should be taught the conventional names of the chords, but they should also be taught that these names are bad ones. There is now an enormous library of song notations that are available for free on the web which simply present the lyrics and chord-changes in the song, with the chords indicated simply by name, and every guitarist and keyboardist should learn how to read these; however, they should also learn how those chord-names are far from good ones. I have no problem with beginner guitar and bass students being taught conventional ‘tablature’ notation, and I often give them tabs that have been published on the web. The only difference with my own tablature is that it includes timing details; conventional rhythmic-timing notation is not compatible with guitar tab, but my rhythmic-timing notation is compatible with any system of pitch notation. I do teach ‘grade’ exam courses if requested, and have taught those from the Trinity, ABRSM and Rockschool awarding bodies, but I don’t teach these to an absolute beginner. They present rudimentary music theory as little more than the rules of a bad system of musical reference stated as if it is a good one. I teach the real rudiments of music, and this does not involve introducing such things as the sharp, the flat or the time signature. The sharps, flats and time signatures we are presented with in the notation are elements of notation, not music, and they are in the notation because the notation system is overcomplicated. The sharp and the flat came from the use of a pitch-staff which makes room for only seven of the twelve musical pitch-tones, and the time signature came from using different single note and rest symbols to indicate different rhythmic durations and then allowing them to change which durations they represent. The twelve absolute pitch-tones of the Western musical pitch-tone system should have been given permanent identities, not temporary identities which are dependent on which key or chord they temporarily belong to. And note duration should have been measured in beat-value, not semibreve-value. Semibreves do not exist in music. I came to realise and understand the main mistakes in the theory, nomenclature and notation of music before I ever started teaching, and this was one of the reasons I went into teaching. It caused me to confront these mistakes head on and find the solutions. Some of these solutions had already been proposed by others, and some had not. The staff design I use for keyboard and general-purpose pitch notation has been around for almost two centuries, although I have presented it in a particular way that is unique and improved, but the rhythmic-timing notation system I use with all my students, no matter what the instrument, is entirely of my own invention. I also have invented numerous other music learning aids that translate what we hear into something we can see.
I teach from my home in Vale Street, Amblecote, and also travel to my pupils to teach where time and distance permits (and where a suitable instrument is available for both tuition and practice between lessons). Currently I teach around twenty-five to thirty pupils per week, ranging in age from five to www.*** ; Lessons are usually on a regular weekly basis and range from 20 minutes (for very young beginners) up to an hour for more advanced www.*** ; Fees are tailored according to duration and location of www.*** ;
Entrance to ABRSM graded exams is encouraged (but not obligatory), as is participation in local music festivals each www.*** ; I believe exams are a means to an end but should not be an end in www.*** ; Understanding and enjoyment of the music performed are paramount, as is developing technical proficiency on the www.*** ; Likewise, I place particular emphasis on the experience to be gained from performing music in front of an audience, rather than the purely competitive side of music www.*** ; I aim to teach to the highest standards, and many of my pupils obtain merits and distinctions in both their practical and theory grades, as well as regularly achieving 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places in their respective festival classes.
I aim to teach my students not only to become good pianists, but well rounded www.*** ; To this end, I place emphasis on developing good sight-reading skills and aural ability, as well as encouraging my pupils to adopt good practice habits from an early www.*** ; Theory and history of music, including awareness and understanding of different musical styles and forms, is also something which I incorporate into my teaching, as is the compositional element - being a significant requirement of the GCSE and A level school music www.*** ; Theory tuition is also offered separately.
By developing the above skills on the piano, I fully believe in helping my students to become self-sufficient musicians who can then continue learning and enjoying music for www.*** ; In addition, I believe this will help them develop skills relevant to many other disciplines, activities, and everyday situations, including: gaining in self-confidence; the ability to communicate and interact well with others; improving manual dexterity; and improving brain function (in terms of cognitive ability, lateral thinking, spatial awareness, and motor co-ordination skills) - even for those who do not go on to study or perform music at higher levels.
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