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Local Music Tutors across Scotland

We can enable you to find the right home music tutor in Scotland to enhance your child's education, or if you are an adult learner, your own education. Private music tuition is an excellent way to improve confidence, knowledge (and grades). Please use our service to search for local music teachers near you (anywhere in Scotland) and select which best suits your needs.

Meet some of our Scotland General Music Tutors

Campbell

Campbell

Masters: MSc; BSc; FRICS; RGT, MU (1987)
and coaching for RGT/Rockschool available. Member of the Musicians Union. I am a Local Authority Approved Guitar Teacher. Excellent references. Full CRB Disclosure Scotland. Wealth of experience over 30 years teaching,gigging and playing experience.Friendly but thorough in my approach to lessons. Guaranteed results after 4 lessons with just a little regular practice required. Relaxed, thorough and approachable. Questions encouraged. Use Mel Bay, Rockschool & RGT Methods. Also teach alto saxophone, bass guitar and ukulele. Available 7...
benefit from being able to build on and consolidate prior learning. My music work involves a combination of practical and theory exercises, and I also work in harmony with the school curriculum, where this is required. In literature, I focus closely on core techniques which are essential, but often overlooked in primary and secondary education: spelling, grammar, vocabulary and close reading skills. I have worked in residential schools to help raise literacy by instilling a...
Margaret

Margaret

Leven
Maths, Physics, Entrance Exams, Music
PGCE: Physics/Maths (1997)
taught at MIT and Stanford University in the US and at primary and secondary schools in England. I have spent time home educating my children and currently run music groups for children and adults. I help my students to become more confident in their subject by showing them how different subjects work together. For example using physics examples to teach mathematics leads to a deeper understanding in both areas. We will look into how discoveries...
David

David

PGCE: Dip/Half MEd (2016)
me the opportunity to assess any completed work. This also allows the student the opportunity to share with me, in detail, the targets they are looking to set and achieve. I am happy for students to send me over work through the week for me to look over if required. ––––––––––– I am also more than happy to tutor any students of any age who feel like they need to improve their general English skills...
Toby

Toby

PGCE: Certificate in Education (2004)
a fully qualified teacher of French and German and have been teaching and tutoring languages, as well as teaching the violin, for some years now. My approach is flexible and tutee-led: I am equally happy to go right back to basics, hone in on a particularly troublesome point of grammar or just provide general conversation practice. I have a lot of my own resources, and will produce tailor-made material to suit specific students. I will...
Dylan

Dylan

Professional: Popular Music Theory Grade 8 (2012)
teaching. Helping people discover their own style and methods of creative expression is what I enjoy most about teaching. I have been teaching privately for over 9 years. Previously a lecturer at Clydebank College specialising in Sound Production and Musical performance. I am able to teach Guitar, Piano, Bass, Music Theory, MIDI and music programming. My approach to teaching is always focused upon what the students want to learn and keeping the emphasis on enjoyment...
Zoe

Zoe

Shotts
Maths, English, Physics, Music
Bachelors: TBF - Physics with Astrophysics (2021)
a section of a string orchestra as an senior tutor. Every person is different to teach - but every course has the best way to approach it. With Maths, Physics and Engineering, the best way to learn is to practise problems and complex questions. It is important that everyone knows how to properly tackle a problem. With English and Music it is slightly different, as it is a more subjective subject. Here it is important...
James

James

Livingston
Italian, Music, English (Foreign Language)
Professional: ABRSM Grade 5 Theory (2010)
approach varies depending on the age and background of the student, but I take a methodological and logical approach to teaching, making it clear to the student what exactly they are learning by clear instructions and relevant exercises. I try to make learning a fun experience by encouraging the student to engage with their subject or instrument and most importantly, to have fun with it. For music I am happy to teach grades and recommend...
Julian

Julian

Dundee
English, Music
Other: Keyboard (2004)
provide vocal coaching and led, coached and supported the Workplace Choir within Healthcare Improvement Scotland. I bring a tailored and bespoke approach to tuition. I believe that Tuition is just as much led by the tutee as it is by the tutor, therefore I set achievable goals for my students to ensure best use of time and best value for money. Experience has shown that my role is to facilitate a space for people to...
Elaine

Elaine

Bo'ness
Music
Other: piano grade 8 (2010)
are 12 pounds for half an hour. I have taught many pupils with success over the years and many have become competent players. I have also taught pupils with learning disabilities which I find very rewarding. I am friendly,patient and versatile. I push the pupils as far as possible but always with patience. I always treat my pupils with respect. I am constantly looking for new and better teaching methods and exploring new music to...

Regions: Scotland

Lowest Price Scotland General Music Tutors

Fastest Responding Scotland General Music Tutors

  • William

    William, Edinburgh
    Joined: 18/01/2016 | Av. Price: £29.50 p.h.
    Music
    Masters: MMus Cello Performance (2015)

  • Derek

    Derek, Edinburgh
    Joined: 24/05/2016 | Av. Price: £40.00 p.h.
    Music
    Doctorate: PhD (2012)

  • Angelos

    Angelos, Edinburgh
    Joined: 28/02/2018 | Av. Price: £20.00 p.h.
    Music
    Doctorate: Doctor of Philosophy- Music Composition (2021)

Highest Rated Scotland General Music Tutors

Newest Scotland General Music Tutors

  • Oliver

    Oliver
    Joined: 03/09/2018 | Av. Price: £21.75 p.h.
    Music
    Professional: Grade 8 Practical Musicianship - Distinction (2017)

  • Siobhan

    Siobhan
    Joined: 29/08/2018 | Av. Price: £25.00 p.h.
    French, Music
    Other: Grade 5 Music Theory (2016)

  • Eduardo

    Eduardo, Glasgow
    Joined: 26/08/2018 | Av. Price: £30.00 p.h.
    Spanish, Music, English (Foreign Language)
    Bachelors: Pre-Junior & Junior Music Programme (Violin) (2015)

Featured Scotland General Music Tutors

  • Emily

    Emily, Glasgow
    Joined: 10/05/2018 | Av. Price: £26.25 p.h.
    Music
    Bachelors: BMus(Hons) - Vocal Performance (2018)

  • Jeffrey

    Jeffrey, Westhill
    Joined: 17/05/2017 | Av. Price: £28.00 p.h.
    Music
    Bachelors: Bacherlor of Music (with First-Class honours) (2015)

  • Maureen, Troon
    Joined: 06/11/2017 | Av. Price: £12.50 p.h.
    Music
    College: AVCM(Hons.) (2009)

Our unique search will order private music tutors (from Scotland) in your local area by their music tuition charges and proximity to you. Before finalising your arrangement with a music teacher, you can ask specific questions securely via our member's area, such as whether they cover your syllabus (e.g. AQA, EdExcel or OCR exam boards) before releasing your contact details. You can search for music tutors teaching at primary level, secondary level including GCSE, A-Level and even local music tuition for adult learning, further and higher education - anywhere in Scotland! Finding help through private music tuition (or using group music tuition) improves your chances of attaining a top grade and remembering what is being taught.

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