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Greater London Composition Tutors & Greater London Composition Lessons

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

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Jonathan
preferences of the individual are, this excitement can fuel reward and achievement. There are two payment options for my services: 1) I encourage block booking where possible. Ten 1-hour lessons cost £380, (saving you £20) or twenty 1-hour lessons cost £760, (saving you £40). Cash, cheque or bank transfer. 2) Cash payment per hour lesson of £40 (if half hour, £30). Tutor must give at least 24 hours notice if cancelling, otherwise payment for that...
Phillip

Phillip

Masters: Master of Music (Distinction) (2004)
Fashion, London College of Communication, and the University of the Arts London. I have taught children (from the age of 4) up to adults (60+). I teach and guide each student differently, dependent on their experience, commitment and what they wish to achieve - from relaxed music making, casual lessons, or rigorous work for exams, GCSE, A-level, degrees, entry exams, concerts or competitions. I currently teach in Central London, Clapham Junction, Notting Hill, Westminster, Kensington...
Rae

Rae

Masters: MMus in Leadership (composition, performance, collaborative work, education) (2013)
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 learning abilities, styles and needs of the...
Andrew
to get started with the instrument. If you are an improving player I can show you how to take your playing to the next level. My focus is on creativity and unlocking the music inside of you. The greatest melody, as they say, is the one we haven't heard yet. For music production, it is very much a leaning whilst doing approach, although these classes must take place in my home studio. Please note that...
Benjamin

Benjamin

Bachelors: BA Music: 1st Class Honours (2013)
led by the charity Film and Video Workshop. I plan bespoke lessons depending on the needs and goals for the student, in general creating a balance between technique and theory (scale and arpeggio patterns) and learning 2 - 3 contrasting pieces simultaneously. I also like to to develop aural skills alongside learning through notation as this is important to develop a students ear. For young instrumental beginners I like to start the lesson with an...
Juan

Juan

Masters: FTCL Composition (2012)
teacher-student relationship, to find out how to aid the natural rapport between student and music. We can classify our students according to their goals in two main types: 1. Academically oriented – training for grade examinations 2. Purely artistically focused In the case of the first ones, we have to make sure they also get the thrill of art while they follow a clear schedule towards sitting their exams at particular and mutually agreed dates....
Sergei

Sergei

Masters: Composer, Musical Theory and History Teacher (1986)
from lesson to lesson basis. The composer's background gives Sergei a unique opportunity to create a personal study for a student when needed, which would work best to advance student's performance at an exam, or a concert. Preparation is available for graded ABRSM, Trinity, exams in Piano, Jazz Piano, Music Theory, Compositions, Music Technology, coaching in GCSE and A Level in music and exams. There is an individual approach to every student: never a boring...
Angus

Angus

Bachelors: BSc (Hons) Mathematics, class 2:1 (1991)
(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 of my students and try...
Patrick
ideas about what are the best ways to proficiency. In addition to this, my general approach is to relate the work we are doing to the students interests and intentions, which often means putting exercises and theoretical concepts in the context of some preferred style or technique. The aim is that the student develops a personal interest in the instrument, which, taken along with a general desire to impress (and not disappoint) third-parties such as...
Elsa

Elsa

Bachelors: BA (Hons) in Modern Languages and Business. (2008)
you need to achieve your goals. Every lesson is tailored to suit each student's individual needs. All ages and abilities are welcome. I'm a confident player in all styles and I specialise in rock and pop. The first lesson is capital to understand what the student can gain and understanding its goals and level. I have a flexible schedule and willing to travel to students homes within London I also teach in a few studios...

First Tutors: Music is the best place to find the most talented composition tutor for you in Greater London, whether you need composition lessons to learn a new instrument, develop a hobby or improve as a serious musician.

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