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Gloucestershire Music Theory Tutors and Gloucestershire Music Theory Tuition

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

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Ian

Ian

College: B.Ed (Music) (1986)
back to play for the 2013 service. I have over 25 years experience teaching a variety of instruments from piano, guitar, music theory and recorder to percussion and singing for school shows and choirs. I am proud that my pupils are to date (March 2016) enjoying a 100% pass rate for their music exams! I believe music making should first of all be fun, and I get a thrill at the sense of discovery that...
Marianne

Marianne

Professional: Music Education for Children (2003)
also one of the Tonalis teachers, teaching on Tonalis' singing courses and trainings. For many years I was also a teacher of singing for early years teacher trainees. My teaching is very student centred, focussing on how to help a student with their next step in singing. Because of my additional qualification in music education, I have learnt how to teach children singing, in accordance with their age. I have also learnt many creative ways...
Hannah

Hannah

Masters: Music Performance (2015)
2014 and 2015 I worked with Anthems Music and Creative Arts, where I taught trumpet and piano in both group and individual lessons. I have taught French Horn privately throughout my studies. I have participated in voluntary outreach projects where I assisted children in composing their own songs and putting it together to make a show where they received the opportunity to perform to their family, which was a very special and exciting moment in...
June

June

Bachelors: bmus performace (1986)
environment. My results speak for themselves with most pupils easily achieving Grade 6 within their first three years with me. Previous pupils achievements include results up to distinction at Grade 6 and the award of numerous music scholarships at some of the most prestigious schools in the country including Eton College, Wycombe Abbey, Winchester College, St. Annes (Caversham), St Mary's School (Ascot), St Edmunds College (Ware) and several others. Current my young students (8-9 years...
Anna

Anna

Other: Grade 8 (1979)
8 years. I taylor lessons very carefully to suit each individual pupil. From classical music through to jigs, jazz or world music, My pupils range in age from 4 to 65, from beginners to advanced. I work with the ABRSM Grade system and have 100% pass rate with 80% of my pupils achieving Distinction and Merit in Grade 1 - 8 Violin and Grade 1 - 5 Theory of Music exams… For those pupils who...
Mandy

Mandy

Other: Music TheoryGrade 5 (1978)
upwards for ordinary piano and for jazz and contemporary piano you must be able to read music. I'm happy to teach those who want to learn for pleasure but am equally happy to teach grades using the ABRSM ordinary and jazz syllabuses and the Rock & Pop and Rockschool syllabuses. I have been teaching piano for many years and have taught and continue to teach other subjects too. Tuition is about learning effectively - so...
Bill

Bill

Bachelors: BSc (Hons) (1971)
and a founder member of string trio, Trio Carnevale. I have my own music studio in Newent. I have many years experience successfully teaching individuals from beginners to advanced. I use the ABRSM syllabus for grade students. I use the Doflein method for non-grade students. This graded system is in the form of duets so I can accompany my pupils while developing their technique and ability. Nervous pupils catered for! My teaching method is friendly...
Pippa

Pippa

Masters: MMus (Perf) with Distinction (2010)
a challenge that I relish. I regularly include piano duet sessions in my lessons to help ensemble and sight-reading (a neglected but highly important skill for any young musician), utilise the ABRSM Wessa App available on iPad, and incorporate singing, interactive theory and rhythm games loosely based on the Kodaly method. I choose a variety of repertoire for my students to include some pieces that are well within their capabilities and other works that are...
Frances
bespoke music for weddings and funerals, sometimes hand in hand with live piano performance, both of which I find very enjoyable and rewarding. I now offer tuition in popular and classical composition. With sixteen years' teaching behind me, plus a lifetime's enjoyment of playing the piano, I look forward to teaching new repertoire, improving playing technique and sharing the joy of learning. Eighteen years peripatetic Fourteen years in schools I am friendly, approachable and listen...
James

James

PGCE: Class music teaching (1979)
adults. I engage with all my students and use a variety of teaching methods to suit each individual's needs. My aim is to make each lesson enjoyable and challenging, setting long and short-term goals to inspire and encourage. I place great emphasis on listening, and with my younger students will incorporate listening games into each lesson. With my advanced students I work on technical development, sound production, musicality and performance practice. I have a great...

First Tutors: Music is the only place to discover through one search the most talented music theory tutor for you in Gloucestershire, whether you are looking for music theory tuition to learn a new instrument, develop a hobby or train as a serious musician.

We list music theory teachers in Gloucestershire by their cost and proximity to you. Offered instruments include, but are not limited to, piano, violin and guitar for graded music exams or just for fun.

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