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Organ Tutors in England

First Tutors: Music can find you the right organ tutor in England to help you in your organ education, or if you are an adult learner, your own organ aspirations. Organ lessons are an great way to improve confidence and develop a new musical skill and hobby such as piano, violin or guitar. Please use our site to search for organ teachers near you (anywhere in England) and select the one who best suits your requirements so you can start your organ lessons tomorrow!

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Susan

Susan

Professional: CTABRSM (2011)
then pupils are welcome to visit my home… I aim to keep a reasonably structured approach through the use of tutor books for beginners. Once the pupil is ready, I suggest taking a Prep Test before moving on to Grade Examinations. Pupils are free to choose either ABRSM or Trinity for examinations. Some pupils prefer not to take exams, which is also fine. Pupils are encouraged to practise scales and arpeggios every day and to...
Peter
I was a peripatetic music teacher in a number of primary schools in Belfast & Lisburn for over 5 years. All my students were successful in their ABRSM exams and have continued their studies. Last year, I completed my PGCE at Reading University. My approach to every student is different. Each student will have a different way of learning to the best of their ability. However, I take a relaxed approach with younger students as...
Paul

Paul

: Yamaha Music School trained (0)
radius. I teach children from the age of 5. I also teach product knowledge lessons to people who want to learn more about how to get the most from their digital piano/keyboard. One of my pupils that I taught from the age of 8 has recently performed in a band on the Jools Holland show. I Have a pleasant manner with the way I teach. I never over pressurise my students. This way I tend...
Chi-Hoi

Chi-Hoi

Bachelors: Bachelor of Music (Honours) (2016)
been selected by the college to participate in masterclasses with renowned pianists including Leslie Howard, Alexander Bonduriansky, and Peter Jablonski. ‚Äč Chi-Hoi graduated from the RCM in 2016 with a Bachelor of Music with first class honours. He will soon commence his Master of Music studies at the RCM as a scholar with Gordon Fergus-Thompson and Leon McCawley. I have experience teaching in the UK as well as back home in Hong Kong. I have...
Raymond

Raymond

Bachelors: BMus(Hons) 2:i (1996)
music at university, enter music competitions, and perform at a local level. Others have learnt more for pleasure, and i try and adapt lessons to what the individuals want to acheive either in the short or long term. I find that a balance between technical work, (scales, exercises, and studies), and pieces aimed at putting skills into practice works well, as without technical skills the level that can be acheived is often limited, or more...
Barry

Barry

College: Grade Viii (1992)
both exams and for pleasure. I like to give a student a rounded approach to music. I would hope they can swap between Piano and keyboards. They can learn for exams or pleasure. Exams I do through Victoria College of Music or ABRSM according to the style of music a student wants to present for an exam. some people prefer half hour lessons not one hour. Time to suit need. As I travel to you...

David

Other: ALCM (Hons.) Electronic Organ (2004)
London College of Music syllabus but can adapt to other schools of music syllabuses if required. There may also be options for students to perform publicly if they so desire! At the outset, it is important to know what stage the student is at, both in terms of their instrument and in their understanding of music theory - these are closely interlinked. I am an enthusiastic, patient teacher but thrive to make people understand what...
Tim

Tim

Bachelors: BA(Hon) in music (2013)
various York-based productions. I have over seven years of experience giving music tuition to pupils who have ranged from small children to students and adults. I am proficient at teaching classical, jazz or popular music depending on the pupil's preference, and have taught pupils of all abilities, from beginner level to advanced. I have found that there isn't a single best way to teach music as each pupil is different. Lessons are therefore tailored to...
Paul

Paul

Other: Grade 8 (1985)
individuals and groups at a local music School in Bradford. Very flexible and laid back approach to teaching. If you would like to learn for fun then I am happy to adopt a no pressure approach and if you are looking to gain industry recognised qualifications then I am here to offer you all the support and tutoring you will require to reach your chosen goal. It's all about horses fro courses and if you...
Huw

Huw

Bachelors: Music Technology BSc (1997)
believe some study of music theory is important. Freshly brewed coffee or tea, and a comfortable sofa are provided for parents who attend, as well as adults learning the piano. My approach to teaching is to do so according to the ability of the pupil; gentle encouragement and an inspiring style are what motivates the pupil to reach their full potential. Those having lessons should never forget the importance of regular daily practice between weekly...

Our search orders organ teachers (from England) in your area according to their lesson charges and distance from you. Before reaching an arrangement with a organ teacher, you can ask any questions securely via our member's area, such as whether they provide organ lessons in your home or travel to you. You can search for organ teachers teaching Grades, Diplomas or just for fun across a range of instruments so you can get started with piano, violin or guitar tuition anywhere in England!

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