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Norfolk Music Theory Teachers and Norfolk Music Theory Tuition

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

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Nicholas

Nicholas

Bachelors: BMus First Class Honours (2010)
individuals and in group workshops. I have experience teaching students from a range of backgrounds, both individually and in group workshops. I have given mandolin lessons on numerous occasions to students at Newcastle University, as part of the Silvers music programme at the Sage Gateshead, at schools across the country, and privately. I'm happy to teach players of any level from beginners to advanced. I can focus on tune playing, accompaniment and all aspects of...
Anna

Anna

Bachelors: 2:2 Bachelor of Music (1998)
the Chamber Music Trophy. My students have also been shortlisted for the Aldeburgh Young Musicians Platform. One of my students was also awarded 2nd prize in the Beccles Young Musician of the Year competition. I have also gained some very good exam results in my 12 years of teaching including lots of distinctions and merits as well as passes for their exams. I enter students for ABRSM, Trinity College and London College of Music exams...
Geraldine

Geraldine

Professional: Teachers Certificate (1996)
enhance the memory, improves concentration and helps in musical appreciation. My approach is fun and I proceed at the rate of the pupil. When taking exams I do expect the students to be serious and practice regularly in order to give themselves a good chance of passing. I like to teach a wide variety of music from classical to pop including jazz. In a lesson, I generally start with scales and arpeggios, exercises etc… then...
Paul

Paul

Other: DipABRSM (2000)
College of Music in London. Three other pupils have passed their Grade 8 exams with distinction. I believe that every pupil is an individual with different needs and should be allowed to progress at his or her own speed. I use the latest teaching music carefully selected for the needs of the pupil. I have a special interest in teaching children with learning difficulties e.g. dyslexia. Todays children love using computers, iPods, mobile phones and...
Nigel
teaching with one pupil in 2000, and now have a practice of around 30 private pupils with more at local schools. After guiding my first pupil through the Rockschool grades, I thought I should do the same. I passed Rockschool Grade 8 (Distinction) in 2006, and joined the Registryof Guitar Tutors. I use the Rockschool Grade system as the backbone of the teaching, but have the student choose songs they like and want to do...
Melanie

Melanie

Other: DIPLCM (2012)
London College of Music. I teach at Cookes Pianos in Norwich and also do private home visits. I have been teaching students since June 2011 and feel I am a very patient and understanding teacher. I have a 100% success rate in exams for both adults and children. I have an easy going approach to tuition, I enjoy teaching towards exam standard and would like my students to take exams but also happy to teach...

Mark

Bachelors: Popular Music (2012)
of all abilities from as young as 5 to 70, I believe I can find the right path to keep you motivated and inspired to achieve your potential and play the music you love. My teaching philosophy is very simple, I teach using a list of your favourite songs alongside an accredited syllabus. This provides you with the skills and knowledge to learn any song as you fancy. All you do to start is to...

Willemijn

Bachelors: Bmus (Honours) (2011)
very sociable hobby. Important is that the children and parents joining String Beats are committed families. Music is not for the half-heartedly as it is something that cannot just be picked up and dropped many times. Music is a skill that is developed slowly over many years with determination and enjoyment, but is certainly an investment that will repay your child throughout his/her lifetime. Think about the many groups, quartets and orchestras your child could...
Rob
the Year with a winner in 2005. I am delighted with the 100% pass rate my students have achieved over the years in all instruments and music theory. Enjoyment is at the heart of my teaching philosophy alongside developing a sound technique and encouraging my students to fulful their potential. Most are spurred on by following the classical graded exams set by the ABRSM or for singers the alternative of music theatre exams set by...
Graham

Graham

Professional: LLCM (1995)
I have taught individual lessons for many years but also taught in schools too, from the ages of 4-94! They all have a variety of ablities and not one person is the same. When I teach the Piano or Keyboard I use either the Complete Piano Player or Complete Keyboard Player for the children 11yrs upwards but use childrens books for lower ages. Always get the pupil to try with the right hand first then...

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