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Karen

Karen

Professional: level 2 classroom assistant (2002)
I offer both teaching students for their own personal enjoyment, or work towards exams. The exam boards I cover are ABRSM for woodwind instruments, LCM for musical theatre singing and Rockschool for keyboard. I also organise concerts for my pupils to take part in and meet other musicians if they wish to do so. First and foremost I want you to feel comfortable and relaxed and to enjoy your playing. Also, I can provide access...
Campbell

Campbell

Bellshill
Other: RGT (2006)
Dunn, Carluke, Wishaw Campbell has been teaching my son for almost two years. Campbell is very professional and enthusiastic. My son enjoys his lesson very much. Campbell is good at motivating and encouraging my son to practice. I highly recommend Campbell as a guitar tutor. A. Campbell, Airdrie We have had Campbell as our daughter's tutor for over six months and he has helped her a great deal. He seems very thorough in his approach...
Arthur
Tyne and Wear and North Yorkshire areas. I am a laid-back tutor but push people to be the best they can be. I am free to travel to most areas of the North East and surrounding areas and do not directly require the student to come to me - this can change week to week as necessary. My home studio is set up and ready to go and I have a number of students that...
Gillian

Gillian

Other: LTCL (Clarinet teaching) (1978)
well and have recently taken a pupil through Grade 6. I have also taught those who want to enjoy playing an instrument for fun without the pressure of exams. I mainly teach during the week in the daytime and some evenings. I think music is important for the wellbeing of the person. It is important to enjoy learning to play your chosen instrument and I do think it is important to want to do well...
Kenton

Kenton

PGCE: PG in music technology (2007)
always be fun and practical. I don't shy away from scales and arpeggios but they are always taught from the perspective of immediate use in improvisation. I find the jazz syllabus of trinty and abrsm to be wide and engaging enough for most pupils to enjoy the pieces and still take the grade exams if they wish to and of course the wider range of popular to classical is also well covered. I Always use...
Jodie

Jodie

Piano, Violin, Clarinet, Saxophone, Music Theory, Viola
PGCE: Secondary Education Music (2010)
depending on their learning styles and hobbies. I teach one to one lessons but am willing to teach small groups. I try to create a relaxed atmosphere because I know that when comfortable with the teacher that's when people really play their best. I try to incorporate aural training into lesson as I believe this is a very important part of being a musician. From the very beginning I teach basic technique to make sure...
Claire

Claire

Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone
Bachelors: BMus Saxophone (2017)
myself to be a fun and chatty person who can create a relaxed and positive atmosphere in lesson times, as this really is the best environment for any student to learn in. I strive to coach every student to become the very best musician they can possibly be, but in absolutely no way compromising his or her's love for their instrument and making music. This is, above all, the most important factor to me: if...

Debby

Bachelors: B Mus (1979)
Studied at the Birmingham School of Music (now Birmingham Conservatoire). Pursued a career of instrumental teaching, performing and as Director of Music at several Preparatory Schools. Extensive experience at all levels. Recent scholarship successes include major awards to Woldingham, Downside, Charterhouse, Priorsfield. Happy to accept pupils of any age and level and will help them to achieve the best they can while thoroughly enjoying their study of the instrument....
John
I run my own Jazz Workshop and Saxophone Workshop on alternative Thursday evenings in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, all ability levels and instruments are welcome, there is no need to book, just come along and join in! I teach pupils that play for fun or those wishing to follow a graded system I am patient, easy going and welcome pupils of all ages and abilities from beginners to grade eight, I also teach Classical and Jazz theory...
Ann

Ann

Other: Grade 8 (1982)
to grade 8 (advanced) Lessons are paced appropriate to the student. For first time music readers, there is tuition and support in the theory required to get started. Early lessons focus on developing the correct technique to play a wind instrument. Whilst I encourage students to work towards graded exams, there is no pressure to do so, if the student wants to learn purely for pleasure and relaxation. Lessons are one to one with a...

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