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Aberdeenshire Music Tutors & Aberdeenshire Music Lessons

We can help you to find a music tutor in Aberdeenshire and across the UK. First Tutors: Music profiles Aberdeenshire music tutors and others offering popular instruments like piano, violin and guitar. Grade and diploma music tuition are all catered for across Aberdeenshire as well as music tuition just for fun. Use our service to search for music tutors near you and select which music teachers best suit your requirements.

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David

David

Bachelors: Bachelor of Music (Hons) 2:1 (2011)
Paul Mealor and Gareth Malone. I teach in a variety of locations, including the North East of Scotland Music School on Huntly Street, and can also provide tuition at pupils' homes (dependent on students having a piano/keyboard). I have been teaching Piano for 3 and a half years (as of January 2016) The aim is always to provide high quality tuition whilst keeping the student engaged and enthusiastic about their piano playing and general musicianship....
Francesco

Francesco

Doctorate: MPhil (Composition) (2005)
have their own instrument, although I will be happy to lend other items, where possible; I will provide copies of materials, such as instructions, exercises, and printed music. 2009 to 2015:: Music Instructor at Aberdeen College (now North East Scotland College); 2007 to 2008: Music Lecturer (BTEC) f/t, East Berkshire College; 2006 to 2007: Trainee practitioner at Franklin College, Lincs.(Music A Levels) for PGCE FE/HE at Sheffield Hallam University; 2005 to 2007: Music Tutor, Upper...
Jeffrey

Jeffrey

Piano, Guitar, Percussion (Drums), Music Theory, Composition, Music Production
Bachelors: Bacherlor of Music (with First-Class honours) (2015)
students currently range from 5 years old to adult. I take a very modern approach to teaching and take full advantage of the fact that almost every household has access to either a smartphone or iPad. I use multiple apps to aid the learning process and assign tasks through apps to be completed in between lessons. I firmly believe in teaching the instrument, not just merely teaching the student how to play a number of...

Marie

Singing, Harp, Music Theory
Professional: Grade 8 Singing (Dist) (2002)
I have been visiting a private school in Morayshire for four years teaching both primary and secondary level pupils in Clarsach(Scottish Harp) and Singing. I have worked at a similar establishment in Aberdeenshire for eighteen months providing classroom music and theory to primary and secondary pupils and also arranging school performances. I have been tutoring from home for about nine years and hold an enhanced disclosure certificate. Each pupil is different and I try to...
Daniel

Daniel

College: Absolutorium of the Second Level - Guitar (2016)
are many great musicians - my brother is studying trumpet and is quite successful jazz trumpet player in Prague. I like classical music, jazz, rock and, in fact, parts of many other kinds of music. I have been teaching guitar since 2014 in the Czech Republic and my students were satisfied every time. Each student is different, so I try hard to find right way to teach so it is successful. It is important to...
Shelagh

Shelagh

Violin, Music Theory, Viola
PGCE: Pass (1984)
founder members of The Dee String Quartet. I have over 30yrs experinece of teaching violin and viola in both the state and private sector. I have rehearsed and conducted junior and senior string ensembles as well as chamber music groups. I use convential teeaching methods based on Paul Roland. I am a qualified Suzuki teacher and I very much enjoy the parent involvement that is required as part of this method.As this method is used...

Elias

Other: 13 years experience (2016)
way. Depending on your level, I'll either start with the very basics (hand positions, basic chord shapes, strumming patterns, etc) or basic theory. One of the most valuable things I learned from my old teacher when I was starting out was how to improvise, and having a command of basic scales and chords, and knowing how the music you're playing is constructed, is one of the most effective and overlooked aspects of a rock or...

Gisela

Violin, Cello, Viola
Professional: Teaching stringed instruments (1982)
Graduated from "Hochschule fuer Musik" Hamburg, Germany Experience for many years at music schools employed by the government, als well as a private teacher.Tought violin, viola and chamber music, also conducted a youth orchestra. Many of my students have wone prizes in regional and national competitions. My priority: a good sound just from the beginning and an improvement of the feeling for the music at a more advanced level. Practising should always be enjoyable!...
Andy

Andy

Bachelors: BMus (Hons) (2012)
and Trinity syllabus. I teach from my home address in Aberdeen but I am also willing to travel to the pupils home if required My approach to Music tuition varys from pupil to Pupil. I will not force them down the formal exam route as that is not everyones cup of tea. I work around their specific goals and interests, whether it's just for fun or they want to pursue a music career, I can...
Greta

Greta

Bachelors: BMus (2017)
help to improve playing or to start from 0. The great students results motivates me to improve further as a teacher and performer. I teach piano constantly since 2012. My students are from age 4 to adults at the beginner and advanced level. I also prepare for piano and music theory ABRSM exams up to grade 5. So far, 5 out of 5 students passed the exams with merit and distinction. I am happy to...

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Instruments Taught: Piano, Trumpet, Violin, Flute, Clarinet, Guitar, Accordion, Percussion (Drums), Saxophone, Singing, Bagpipes, Cello, Harp, Double Bass, Bassoon, Oboe, Music Theory, Trombone, Tin Whistle, Music Technology, Harmonica, Ukulele, Mandolin, French Horn, Banjo (5 string)

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