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West Yorkshire Music Tutors & West Yorkshire Music Lessons

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

Meet some of our West Yorkshire Teachers

Maria A

QTS: Teaching Proficiency Course (2009)
my empathy to make you feel comfortable and ready to learn. Meanwhile I developed my music degree and teaching skills I have been a member of a successful wind orchestra for the last 15 years as the Principal Flute leader. With this orchestra I have consistently won 1st place at many international music competitions over the last 10 years. Flute players of all ages and abilities are welcome. Available for those wishing to take any...
Peter

Peter

Piano, Guitar, Percussion (Drums), Bass Guitar, Keyboard, Music Theory
Bachelors: BA (Hons) Music Practice (2:1) (2008)
Factory project called 'Woven Together', which included music production, guitar and drum tuition to elderly people, young people and refugees leading to a live performance/presentation. I can offer a diverse range of tuition and support no matter what your musical background is. I can also tailor sessions to individual need & you can learn at the pace that you choose. I also ask you what your favourite music/songs are, so that you can learn the...
Sarah

Sarah

Bachelors: Open Degree (2014)
I aim to advance on what you already know, make sure you have fun whilst learning and also make sure you are getting what you expect out of the lessons. The first lesson will be an assessment of where you already are to set a base line for your learning. I will incorporate revision techniques as well. If school has expressed a particular concern, or you yourself have a particular concern please let me know...
Joanne

Joanne

Bachelors: BA Hons European Marketing (1996)
than you realise and get off to a flying start! If piano is totally new to you, but it's something you've always wanted to try, why not book a few lessons to find out if now is the time to fulfil that dream? Adult lessons are typically 45 minutes but you might find 60 minute lessons beneficial after a few weeks. You can choose to pay as you go, or book a full term up...
Laura

Laura

PGCE: PGCE Secondary Music (2010)
performance skills, dealing with performance nerves, stage presence and aural awareness. References to these skills early in musical education, which is sometimes overlooked by teachers of beginner pupils, allow tutees to develop these at a noticeably more advanced level in the future - this I have seen in huge degrees during my private and school-teaching experience. Overall, the teaching must be tailored to what the tutees wish to gain. Some tutees do not wish to...
Alla

Alla

Masters: Master of Musical Education (Hons) (1998)
system. Organizing seasonal concerts for Junior and Senior groups of students. Prepare students for theory and aurals. Apart from classical professional education, my strong side is planning. I have got an extraordinary ability to execute and process my work plans. I guide my students to their aims without haste, making sure they are fully prepared. Every lesson is enjoyable, in a friendly atmosphere. I know when it is time to relax and when to focus...
Fiona

Fiona

PGCE: Primary PGCE (2004)
them to the RockSchool exam board. I have the ability to communicate effectively with a variety of ability levels and age groups. I keep a written record for all lessons given and students receive termly progress reports. This aids lesson planning and is a useful means of checking and maintaining pupil progress. Parent communication is very important to me, as I believe parents play an important role in supporting and encouraging practice outside of lessons....
more active and creative approach for example through the use of flash cards and card games to develop their knowledge of the actual music. For older students and adults I feel it is important to have a balance between practical and music theory elements in lessons. I am happy to teach a variety of musical genres, work towards exam grades or just for the love of playing. I have had success using Rock School, LCM...

Christopher

Bachelors: First-Class Honours (2016)
and that includes giving options to help them best choose their path. My focus is on creating diciplined but fun lessons to make sure the progress being made by the student is appropriate and that they understand why they are doing what they are doing. I'm always looking for new books, methods and exercises to keep the lessons fresh with a focus to concentrate on the students interests. I introduce listening excersies with the use...
Emily

Emily

College: Grade 8 Theory of music (1991)
I am happy to teach most styles. I also have Grade 8 Violin and Grade 8 Theory of Music. I have taught privately for many years, and also in schools, for The Irish Arts Foundation from 2005-2010. I am happy to teach both primary level and adult learners. I have taught privately for many years, and for the Irish Arts foundation (teaching in schools, ) from 2005-2010 I enjoy teaching music and have a fun...

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Instruments Taught: Piano, Trumpet, Violin, Flute, Clarinet, Guitar, Accordion, Percussion (Drums), Saxophone, Singing, Bagpipes, Bass Guitar, Cello, Harp, Double Bass, Bassoon, Keyboard, Oboe, Organ, Music Theory, Recorder, Sitar, Trombone, Tuba, Viola, Tin Whistle, Composition, Music Production, Music Technology, Harmonica, Ukulele, Mandolin, French Horn, Melodeon, Cornet, Tenor Horn, Banjo (5 string), Conducting, Pedal Steel Guitar, Lap Steel Guitar

Shortlisted Tutor Locations

Lowest Price West Yorkshire Tutors

  • Maria A, Leeds
    Joined: 30/05/2015 | Av. Price: £15.00 p.h.
    Flute
    QTS: Teaching Proficiency Course (2009)

  • Peter

    Peter, Todmorden
    Joined: 26/04/2014 | Av. Price: £15.00 p.h.
    Piano, Guitar, Percussion (Drums), Bass Guitar, Keyboard, Music Theory
    Bachelors: BA (Hons) Music Practice (2:1) (2008)

  • Emily

    Emily, Huddersfield
    Joined: 10/10/2017 | Av. Price: £15.00 p.h.
    Singing
    Bachelors: Drama With Creative Writing (2016)

Fastest Responding West Yorkshire Tutors

  • Markus

    Markus, Leeds
    Joined: 17/07/2017 | Av. Price: £25.00 p.h.
    Piano
    Bachelors: Classical Music and Production (2017)

  • Michael

    Michael, Huddersfield
    Joined: 13/06/2014 | Av. Price: £17.50 p.h.
    Piano, Music Theory
    PGCE: PGCE in Lifelong Learning (2014)

  • Will

    Will, Otley
    Joined: 21/09/2017 | Av. Price: £26.29 p.h.
    Piano, Singing, Keyboard, Organ, Conducting
    College: Ntional Diploma in Music (2010)

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First Tutors: Music is the best place to search for the most suitable music teacher for your needs in West Yorkshire, whether you want music lessons to learn a new instrument, develop a hobby or train as a musician.

We list music tutors in West Yorkshire by their charges 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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