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Wiltshire Music Theory Tutors & Wiltshire Music Theory Tuition

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

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Angie

QTS: QTS (Qualified Teacher Status (0)
friendly teacher who loves teaching both children and adults of all ages. Fully Qualified Secondary Music Teacher with many years experience teaching instrumental lessons, English and Spanish. I have a fun and friendly approach and tailor all lessons to pupils' specific needs so they can reach their full potential. If pupils would like to take exams then I guide them through ensuring they achieve the best outcome while enjoying their music at the same time....
Francis

Francis

Corsham
Piano, Music Theory, Conducting
PGCE: Secondary Music (2008)
and opera performance. He also works as an examiner for ABRSM and is a member of the Association of British Choral Directors.   Recent projects have included workshops with Sir Karl Jenkins, Will Todd and Ben Parry, tours to the Czech Republic, Italy and the United States, the latter culminating in Lucis' Carnegie Hall debut, and a collaborative project with Bath Philharmonia for a performance of Belshazzar's Feast, commemorating the life of renowned British baritone,...
Alan

Alan

Corsham
Trumpet, Music Theory, Trombone, Tuba
Bachelors: BA(Hons) Band Studies, Sheffield (2001)
a local Youth Band, has been Musical Director of a youth band in Oxfordshire, and professional Musical Director of Gillingham Imperial Silver Band, in Gillingham, Dorset. Coached a candidate for BBC Young Musician of the Year beyond Grade 8 in Clarinet. One to one tuition, tailored specifically to the pupil. Weekly lessons review the progress since the previous lesson, and introduce new techniques for rehearsal prior to the next lesson. Pupils are encouraged to use...
James

James

Bachelors: Popular Music Performance (2013)
make the music that you love! When teaching guitar, I believe that your learning style and needs are unique which is why all lessons are individually tailored to your interests. Learning should be a fun and enjoyable experience that keeps you motivated to practice and always excited to learn more! By using grades as a framework for guitar lessons I can ensure that we remain productive and our progress can be measured whilst focussing sessions...
Alicia

Alicia

Bachelors: 2:1 Contemporary Music Performance (Vocals) (2010)
Sound, Swindon Singing Teacher at Swindon Piano & Drama Studio **Web Address Removed** Youth Dance Academy (YDA) Administrator (affiliated with Swindon Dance) Dance Co-ordinator (Administrator and Teaching Assistant for the Education Team) at Swindon Dance Your Singing Lessons - Alicia plans and tailors the lessons for your voice and agreed set goals - She will identify your strengths and weaknesses through discussion and diagnostic analysis - Use specific exercises, scales and repertoire to help target...
Chris

Chris

Piano, Saxophone, Singing, Double Bass, Music Theory, Composition
College: HND (2003)
houses. Relaxed. Friendly. Fun. Professional. Inspiring. Encouraging. Whether it's your career or just for pleasure, music is there to be enjoyed so I will do my best to make the learning of it as enjoyable as possible without ever losing sight of what you're there for. We will work together on your personal goals and you will be constantly learning new things. I try and work in an imaginative way and will find the way...
Jules

Jules

Corsham
Piano, Keyboard, Organ, Music Theory, Music Production, Music Technology
Bachelors: Music Degree B.Mus (1996)
usually takes around 10 weeks to complete although i am flexible to suit each individuals need. I work with both children and adults and have many years experience with all age groups. I understand the different teaching methods which can be best employed to work with different groups and use that to positive advantage with my pupils. I always take the time to understand and get to know all my pupils as they are all...
Dave

Dave

Warminster
Bass Guitar, Music Theory
Other: Grade 5 Piano (1978)
on posture and relaxation, right-hand technique, left-hand technique (or the other way round if you're left-handed … ) and co-ordination of the two, evenness of tone and time, groove, soloing skills and bassline construction. Fingers, slap or pick, as needed. Each student is continuously assessed for difficulties and strengths, and lessons are tailored to each individual, not just as far as their needs, but also working with their band or repertoire in mind so that...

First Tutors: Music is the best place to search for the most suitable music theory teacher for you in Wiltshire, whether you want music theory tuition to learn a new instrument, develop a hobby or train as a serious musician.

We list music theory teachers throughout Wiltshire by their cost and distance from you. Instruments include, but are not limited to, piano, violin and guitar for graded music exams or just for fun.

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Towns: Devizes, Marlborough, Mere, Salisbury, Swindon