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Casual Mandolin Teachers and Casual Mandolin Lessons

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Al

Al

Other: Registry of guitar tutors [RGT] (2009)
Self-employed guitar tutor with over 30 years experience as a professional musician. Electric/acoustic/bass/slide/fingerpicking styles taught. Expert advice on equipment freely given Schools, group & individual tuition. From 6 year olds to 75 years young! Excellent references. Individual tuition by calm, patient & understanding expert in comfortable and relaxed surroundings. Lessons can be tailored to the pupil's musical requirements, skill levels & aims. Singer/guitarist coaching a speciallity....
Ramon
own songs at open mic nights throughout Scotland. People commented that I had a good strong voice with catchy melodic songs which encouraged me to take my music further. I have played several venues through out the world such as Central Park New York, Peurto De La C, Tenerife and London. Closer to home in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Stirling and the Highlands. Edinburgh venues include The Golden Rule & Bannermans. I've also played at the following...
Rory

Rory

Bachelors: BA Hons Classical & Archaeological Studies (2:1) (2008)
drums and guitar as a freelance tutor in Berlin for a year. I conduct lessons to the highest standards. My 120-hour CELTA course and Berlitz teacher training as well as my recent experience in a British Council accredited school in London mean I am familiar with many methods for successful teaching, assessment and feedback. Lessons are available in guitar, drums, mandolin and bass guitar. In our first free lesson, you'll get an idea of what...
Pete

Pete

Other: Many years experience (2011)
with words and chords waiting for you - everything from Ed Sheeran to George Formby, The Beatles to Country Music. I have been giving music lessons on a paid basis for 10 years, and conducted music workshops at Folk Festivals for many years. I do not teach for Grades or music exams. Each pupil is free to progress at his or her own speed. For guitar & uke, the basis of most styles is learning...
Wayne

Wayne

Other: grades 5-8 in classical guitar playing (1997-2001) (1998)
provided. I also teach Banjo, ukulele and mandolin to an equally high standard so please ask. SKYPE OR INTERNET LESSONS! Grades 5-8 (distinction) in classical guitar - Victoria College of Music Diploma in Classical Guitar Playing (AVCM) - Victoria College of Music BA (Hons) Humanities with Music - Open University Guitar, mandolin, banjo and ukulele teacher for 10 years I aim to provide a fun, friendly and relaxed environment for teaching that will both support...
Henri

Henri

Bachelors: Popular music (2014)
take it to heart how my students are progressing. The way I learned to play guitar was through enjoyment of just playing and learning things that interested me. I would teach the student on their own terms in order to have 100% enjoyment of the instrument and music. Though, music theory is very important, everybody is different and everybody learns in different levels and speeds. For the past 16 years I have been involved in...
Vince

Vince

Other: RGT Grade 6 Guitar, Distinction (2010)
5 and 6 children in a local primary school on a sessional basis, 2002-2008. 2. Teaching a small group of intermediate level teenage guitarists in a small ensemble, 2007-10. Music can be calming, creative and enjoyable at every stage in life! For me it is a privilege and a pleasure to play and teach guitar and mandolin. Whether you are keen to play and improve by casual lessons or by taking exams I will help...

Jerry

Doctorate: PhD Composition (2014)
and bass guitar. Music theory is another subject in which I have given one-to-one tuition with successful results at examination level and I have dealt with this subject and aspects of composition in classroom teaching to undergraduates at Goldsmiths University of London. I believe in setting clear goals for students to aim for in terms of a graduated approach to advancing their skills. I am aware that each individual has specific needs and difficulties and...
Tom

Tom

Bachelors: Bmus (Hons) Degree in Popular Music Performance (2012)
jazz quartet "Four Farthings" summer 2012 - 2015 From this band I have learnt how to work as a quartet, and the advanced theory and technical aspects of jazz. It is something totally different to anything I have previously done, and has helped me to become a more rounded musician. Playing in the acoustic duo "Squire and " 2016 - present One half of the vocal and guitar acoustic duo. Having played various functions and...
Mike

Mike

Bachelors: 2:1 BSc Music and Mathematics (1998)
A musician and teacher who loves helping people to engage with their instruments better and fulfil their musical potential. I have taught guitar since 1995, becoming a full-time musician and teacher in 2003. I will travel to students' houses within a half-hour radius (i.e. Bromsgrove, Birmingham, Walsall, Wolverhampton, Solihull, Sutton Coldfield… etc.), or you're welcome to come to my home in Smethwick, near Smethwick Old Church....

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