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West Midlands Music Tutors & West Midlands Music Tuition

First Tutors: Music helps you to locate a music tutor in West Midlands and across the UK. First Tutors: Music profiles West Midlands music teachers and others offering popular instruments like piano, violin and guitar. Grade and diploma music tuition are all catered for across West Midlands as well as music lessons just for fun. Please use our site to search for music tutors near you and select which music teachers best suit your requirements.

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Peter

Peter

College: Diploma in Guitar and music Theory (2016)
require one to one tuition at a nearby town.(Transportation fees are payable by the students in additon to lessons) N.B Please contact me if more than one person will be attending class as I can offer discounts.- usually 10% off. I have a hands on approach to teaching, encouraging students to experience interaction through realia, role plays, games, reference material, video, music, group sessions, and also one to one. I always try to write lesson...
and moderating BTEC Music levels 2 and 3. I am happy to teach beginners and nervous students. I am patient and nurturing. I especially understand how daunting vocal lessons can be, and work at building self-confidence as well as good technique. As a vocal teacher I will help you to set goals that develop your unique instrument and bring out your own personality. I believe that singing is an important form of communication and use...
Ross

Ross

Bachelors: Music Technology BSc Hons 2:1 (2011)
As InTuition Music courses are designed to efficiently help you advance as quickly as possible, I reccommend a 45 minute lesson, supplemented with regular practice and using the online provided materials. If this does not suit you, I can sometimes accomodate a 1 hour lesson for £20. Please see student 5-star reviews for Tutoring in Guitar, Piano, Vocals, Ukulele & Bass. I pride myself on exceptional value Music Tuition in a number of Instruments. InTuition...
Andy

Andy

Guitar, Music Production, Music Technology
Bachelors: 2:2 Bsc Hons Sound Engineering (2010)
believe that playing music is first and foremost about having fun. I don't feel that learning an instrument should always be about spending hours practicing one note at a time scales or studying theory books, because playing music should be a hobby, not a chore. The appreciation for theory and technique will come to the player naturally in their own time and until then i think it's important to play anything you want to play...
Scott

Scott

PGCE: PostGraduate Diploma in Education (2016)
teach interlink. For instance, guitar/ukulele students will not only learn how to play their instrument, but will also learn elements of music theory, music technology, and songwriting as relevant to their needs. Students wanting to study composition or music theory will also gain some basic skills on piano and an understanding of how to write and arrange music. This would be particularly useful to those studying GCSE or A level music, the composition aspects of...
Lucy

Lucy

Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, Music Theory, Conducting
Masters: MMus Instrumental Performance (2017)
pass rate. She has experience of teaching very beginner students and those of a higher level. She also has experience of teaching pupils who she has inherited from other teachers. Lucy has also worked with larger groups of children through community based projects. Music education is something that Lucy holds very close to her heart. She is a compassionate, understanding, and driven teacher who wants to unlock the potential and get the very best out...

Lynda

Keyboard, Music Theory, Cornet, Tenor Horn, Euphonium, Flugel Horn
Other: Grade 5 Theory of Music (1996)
but that it is also fun and enjoyable. With my experience, I have acquired a variety of teaching styles and can adapt to suit the student. I like my students to practice and progress but I won't go mad if you don't practice! I can put the students through graded examinations and will also advise and encourage participation in National Youth bands and local orchestras and bands for those serious about performing. Accepting students for...
Andrew

Andrew

Piano, Music Theory, Composition
Bachelors: BMus(Hons) (2014)
in various contexts: I have taught for music academies and instrumental schools in Birmingham as well as taking on private students. I also have experience of teaching in a classroom context at one of the city's leading primary schools. I have experience teaching all ages and abilities in Classical, Jazz and Rock/Pop styles. Whether you want to do ABRSM/Rockschool "Grades" or play for fun, I treat each student as an individual and teach what you...
Alicia

Alicia

Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, Music Theory, Composition
Bachelors: BMus(Hons) Jazz (2014)
teach for a private Bromsgrove-based music service both in a primary school and evening classes at Bromsgrove School (available to all ages). I have taught privately since 2011. I understand that everyone has an individual objective and enjoy working this out with every student. I am happy to teach people who enjoy music as a hobby as well as those hoping to take their talent further. I think improvisation and composition are great skills for...
John

John

Bachelors: Music Composition (Hons) (2000)
before that. I tend to teach privately; individuals and groups. I usually teach in your own home . I have experience teaching to all sort of people and teach all sorts of styles to any requirement. My approach to tuition is friendly and inspirational. I teach what the student wants to know and i suggest other material that suits. I teach not just the instrument alone but also the theory and performance skills. I have...

First Tutors: Music is the best place to discover through one search the most suitable music teacher for you in West Midlands, whether you are looking for music tuition to learn a new instrument, develop a hobby or improve as a musician.

Our search will list music teachers in West Midlands according to their cost and distance from 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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Towns: Bilston, Birmingham, Brierley Hill, Coventry, Cradley Heath, Dudley, Halesowen, Kingswinford, Rowley Regis, Smethwick, Solihull, Stourbridge, Sutton Coldfield, Tipton, Walsall, Warley, Wednesbury, West Bromwich, Willenhall, Wolverhampton

Instruments Taught: Piano, Trumpet, Violin, Flute, Clarinet, Guitar, Accordion, Percussion (Drums), Saxophone, Singing, Bagpipes, Bass Guitar, Cello, Harp, Bassoon, Keyboard, Oboe, Organ, Recorder, Sitar, Trombone, Tuba, Tin Whistle, Banjo (4 string), Music Production, Harmonica, Ukulele, French Horn, Melodeon, Cornet, Tenor Horn, Flugel Horn, Banjo (5 string), Pedal Steel Guitar, Lute, Harpsichord