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North Yorkshire Music Tutors and North Yorkshire Music Tuition

First Tutors helps you to find North Yorkshire music teachers in your local area. Our service profiles North Yorkshire music teachers offering popular subjects like English, Maths and French, but also less common subjects such as Russian. Entrance exams, SATs, GCSEs and A-Levels private music tuition are all catered for across North Yorkshire. Please search for North Yorkshire local music tutors near you and select which best suits your needs.

Meet some of our Tutors

Jackie

Jackie

College: New Claits course and ECDL (2004)
lot of knowledge about the many different ways in which pupils learn and absorb information. I use a variety of creative approaches to support students, the results being that they gain confidence, positive outcomes and success. Each student has unique needs and I aim to target those with individual assessment and subsequent personalised support. I also use formal methods, where appropriate, to produce outcomes requested by the student and parents. I keep up to date...
Ana

Ana

Doctorate: PhD Composition (2016)
and to launch my own publishing label PiĆ¹ Piano Publishing. Under that label I create, publish and sell my own music material which has proven to help the students to maximize their skills and to nourish their love for music. Lessons are delivered online or in person in my welcoming music studio with a brand new piano in York, UK. Lessons are available from beginners of any age to professional level. Preparation for all boards...
Jia

Jia

Doctorate: the third year (2017)
of undergraduate course assistants; direction of weekly Orchestration class; design and administration of competency examinations Under Graduate Teaching Assistant in Harmony Wuhan Conservatory of Music, China. 2009 o Duties: Weekly classroom instruction, grading, tutoring o Courses: Russian tonal harmony Under Graduate Teaching Assistant in Aural Skills Wuhan Conservatory of Music, China. 2008 o Duties: Weekly classroom instruction, grading, tutoring o Courses: Aural Skills face to face teaching, design the specific lessons for students, helping to...

Freya

Bachelors: dipABRSM in viola performance (2015)
musician. I have previously tutored students. I am a strong accompanist and have previously accompanied students in ABRSM grade exams. I am looking forward to working as a viola tutor at a top performing arts camp in New York this summer and hold a recent DBS check. I am a friendly teacher with a fresh approach based in York and Redcar and am happy to adapt my lessons to suit each pupil's individual goals and...
Peter

Peter

Other: Participated in private lessons for several years (2008)
a clear idea of what will be covered in each lesson, once I know the students level. I have not had any formal training in teaching music (although quite some practical experience). I was lucky enough to have a great teacher, with a great method which I shall do my best to tailor to the individual. My object is to teach enough until the person can start learning on his own and develop his or...
Irena Naomi

Irena Naomi

Bachelors: BA (Hons) Music and French (2:1) (2016)
adapt to each individual's needs and style of learning, using suitable techniques to lead them towards their own particular goals. In teaching languages, especially to adult/casual learners and young children, I think the most important aspect is to develop oral and aural skills, as these are the base from which we learn our mother tongue, and are what we use most in everyday life. My own recent experience of French exams allows me to provide...
Adam
to my students - every subject I offer is so much more than the student will ultimately be tested on, that it's important that they have at least some idea of how small the scope of what they have to actually know is compared to the larger picture. Perhaps this might make entice them to study on their own, if they can see how fascinating calculus, or Epistemology, or Bach Chorale harmonisation is when placed...
Ruth

Ruth

Other: ABRSM Grade 8 Clarinet Merit (2013)
lessons may take different forms. For example: for harmony work, I create exercises which I can provide to the students prior to and/or within the class and then give feedback upon for improvement. I believe that music should be fun so these are often tailored to the pupil! (e.g. chorales to the tune of pop songs). Focused, clear work alongside discussion is what I find the best way to learn. Whatever your interest: classical, jazz,...
Kirsty

Kirsty

Bachelors: Music (2015)
are covering) and how to interpret what you are singing and express this to an audience. -Building confidence in yourself and your singing and performing ability -Expanding your repertoire I am happy to help with: -Developing your singing in songs you have always wanted to perform -Helping you choose songs which will suit and compliment your voice type -Helping you put together programmes for recitals, GCSE/A Level performances, festivals etc. -Helping you work on audition...

First Tutors is the only place to find, through one search, the best North Yorkshire music teacher for your needs, whether you are looking for private music tuition to boost your child's music confidence, your own online music education or you are looking for adult / casual music education.

Our search will find North Yorkshire music tutors in your area by their charges and proximity to you. Our subjects include, but are not limited to, English, Maths and French from primary level right through to GCSE, A-Level and even undergraduate level tuition.

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