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Trumpet Tutors across England

We can find you the best trumpet tutor in England to help you in your trumpet education, or if you are an adult learner, your own trumpet aspirations. Trumpet tuition is an excellent 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 trumpet tutors near you (anywhere in England) and select the one who best suits your requirements so you can start your trumpet tuition tomorrow!

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Rae

Rae

Masters: MMus in Leadership (composition, performance, collaborative work, education) (2013)
2001 and since then have collaborated across disciplines and cultures, working in education and performance with a great variety of people from a young age, to the elderly. I have taught individual music classes, small groups of instrumental lessons, as well as large groups of students in classroom or workshop style formats. I am passionate about approaching music creatively, adapting to different settings and applying a tailor-made approach to students, to be flexible with varying...
Andrew

Andrew

Masters: Master of Performance (Distinction) (2015)
two years ago were he achieved first class honors. Can teach any age, level and style. Can prepare pupils for ABRSM exams. Can also teach up to Grade 5 music theory I have had pupils over the last 7 years and a healthy percentage have gone on to pursue further musical development from accomplished specialist teachers in conservatoires across the UK. I am a relaxed teacher who aims to produce the best combination of technique...
Angus

Angus

Bachelors: BSc (Hons) Mathematics, class 2:1 (1991)
USA, assisting students with harmony (contemporary and traditional), arranging, ear training and music technology. I have continued to work privately in this capacity since returning to the UK (10+ years). I am also musical director for a local community big band, where I teach ensemble playing and general musicianship in the jazz idiom. I am a patient, approachable and motivated teacher, and do my best to make sessions enjoyable. I listen carefully to the needs...
Philip
Royal Northern College of music and Chethams. Adaptability and empathy are key for me. No two students are the same, so the teaching approach must be tailored for each student. Building a strong bond of trust is essential. Setting markers and targets (small medium and long term) are used to gage progress. I like to open up all elements of music to my students (theory, history etc) while teaching so they understand where the music...
Fiona

Fiona

PGCE: Primary PGCE (2004)
exam board. I have the ability to communicate effectively with a variety of ability levels and age groups. I keep a written record for all lessons given and students receive termly progress reports. This aids lesson planning and is a useful means of checking and maintaining pupil progress. Parent communication is very important to me, as I believe parents play an important role in supporting and encouraging practice outside of lessons. Payment is by PayPal,...
Gary
Lawrence Sheriff Grammar School (2005-2008) Previously held posts as Head of Music at Cardinal Newman School Coventry, Coundon Court School Coventry, St Dunstan's School, Glastonbury. Peripatetic Brass and Piano teacher/accompanist and Ensemble director for Harrogate, N Yorks. My approach is to some extent 'student centred' in that I try to build on the personality strength and skill sets already present. However, I also see the importance of ensuring that the student develops a well rounded...
Raymond
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 difficult to acheive. I tend to work around the Assocaited Board syllabuses, so that if people want to take exams they can,...
Jeffrey

Jeffrey

Other: Cambridge brass player of the year (2006)
a chamber ensemble I have been invited on tour to Singapore and with a professional musical theatre group to Cyprus. I have also performed as a soloist with the Cambridge Strings ensemble. I have taught music in schools, both in the classroom and as part of extra-curricular ensembles, as well as one-on-one instrumental tuition in French Horn and on the trumpet. I try to help my pupils understand how brass instruments work and, allowing them...
Jonathan
level from the Royal College of Music, London. I teach beginner to advanced levels at schools and privately in Surrey. A simple working ethos; clear, concise direction from the very beginning, no short cuts and plenty of music making! Learning the trumpet is difficult and progress is often slow. Targets and goals are essential but so is enjoying what you are doing. The trumpet won't play itself - practise in your own time is essential...
Jamie
sectional sessions and coached the brass players in a more intimate environment through large scale symphonic repertoire. For me, teaching instruments should not be approached one-dimensionally. Each student will have different interests and will learn at different speeds, and this for me is what makes the job exciting! However I will use ABRSM (or Trinity Guildhall if the student wishes) grades as a foundation for learning so both myself and the student can monitor their...

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