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Beginner Tin Whistle Teachers & Beginner Tin Whistle Lessons

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Jon

Jon

College: Grade 8 singing, but no formal guitar qualifications other than 25 years and five recorded albums. (1975)
to accompany singing, but also cover strumming techniques… I don't teach classical guitar styles - the only written music I use is tablature. If you are interested in accompanying yourself for singing, or learning chordal-style playing to accompany other players, look no further! I have taught all ages and all abilities for over 20 years. I also teach singing and performance skills to build people's confidence. However, I must stress that I prefer not to...
Gordon

Gordon

Bachelors: Education and Social Policy (1990)
England for forty years. In addition to mandolin, tenor banjo and whistle I play and teach octave mandola, bouzouki (GDAE), tenor guitar and low whistle (unfortunately, these instruments do not appear on the list :o(. I have worked in education for over twenty years, as a lecturer, tutor or researcher. I have worked in further, higher, adult and prison education, as well privately tutoring music learners. My 'approach' is really more of an attitude: I...
Hannah

Hannah

Bachelors: BA (Mus) (2016)
8 at the age of 16. From 2008, I attended the Junior department of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland for 4 years where I studied with John Hall (principal piccolo player of Welsh National Opera). Soon after, I began my studies with Sheena Gordon after accepting my place on the Bachelors of Education course at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. I am also currently studying voice with Marilyn Smith (conductor of Glasgow Phoenix Choir). Throughout...

Carla

Caerphilly
Percussion (Drums), Music Theory, Tin Whistle
Bachelors: Popular Music Technology (2015)
client groups. I teach students from the age of 4 and have experience in working with youngsters with special needs such as dyslexia and Aspergers syndrome as well as youths from pupil referral units. I value education and aim to maintain a consistent high standard of teaching. I think it is important to make the lessons enjoyable and fun especially where younger students are concerned. I often create rhythm games and use colourful notation as...
Luke

Luke

Bachelors: Folk and Trad music, 2:1 (2015)
as alternative flute styles such as rock, salsa, funk, jazz, indian music and more. I have been in some relatively successful bands playing in a blues band (Chromeattick), Jazz band (Carnival of Crows), Funk band (Hooji) and my current band which is thriving and growing (Backyard Rhythm Orchestra). I am a flute player and father of two boys, that is who I am primarily, I have passion for music, performance, practicing and learning music, and...
Iain
write and arrange for traditional music. PLEASE NOTE: I do not teach Highland Bagpipes I have taught in a number of situations, from casual instrumental teaching to running group evening courses, and at all levels. My employment background has been in the education sector, from Primary School through to Adult Education, in both developing and delivering courses in a variety of subject areas. This has included Music Technology, where in 2006 I took two GCSE...

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