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Bryony

Bryony

Bachelors: B.A. in Music (2012)
and fun. I believe that everyone can learn to play music, whether or not they think they are "musical"! Each session will be challenging but hugely rewarding. I do a bit of everything: technical work, reading music, improvising, playing by ear and theory. In my experience this creates a well-rounded musician who knows what they're doing and why. It also makes for independent learners who can eventually do what they want with music without a...
Matthew

Matthew

Tower Hamlets
Clarinet, Saxophone
Masters: MA (Distinction) in Jazz Performance (2015)
Director of Durham University Big Band (2012). Drawing on a wealth of teaching experience, I have developed a bespoke approach both to teaching the saxophone, as well as improvisation and jazz theory. I believe that having fun is the most important part of learning to play an instrument. With this in mind I try to address the specific interests of each individual student, and explore whatever aspects of playing the saxophone appeal to them. This...
Jemma

Jemma

Saxophone, Music Theory
Bachelors: Bsc (2011)
Soprano saxophones in all music genres. I have been tutoring for the last 6 years. Teaching a range of ages and abilities. I teach ABRSM, Guildhall and Trinity grades in classical and Jazz from grades 1-8. My approach to teaching is based on the individual needs of the student and their learning objectives and goals. I believe in a creative laid back atmosphere but with set goals to push students to the best of their...
Andy

Andy

Flute, Clarinet, Guitar, Saxophone, Music Theory
Other: Grade 7 A.B.R.S.M (2014)
you learn without feeling lost in too much information. There are exams (like in the A.B.R.S.M) where you get something out of it in the end and something you will have for the rest of your life! RGT publishes a directory of registered electric, acoustic, classical, jazz guitar teachers and bass teachers in the UK and overseas. A good guitar teacher can save you years of struggling, by showing you how to do things the...
Mark

Mark

School: GCE / A Level (1980)
years I have taught in private music and county music centres and in schools. Most of my work is private on a one to one basis. I always travel to you and teach in your home. A wholistic approach the student comes before the music. Parents want their children to achieve and excel beyond their personal boundaries. Achievement can be measured through the independent exams of the ABRSM. I find the same rewards teaching complete...
Andrew

Andrew

Saxophone, Music Theory
Bachelors: 1st with honours (2017)
who might just be starting out on the saxophone. Purpose built fully equipped music studio. Can also teach music theory both classical and jazz! I provide affordable saxophone lessons and tuition on a one-to-one basis so that I can focus solely on helping you improve your saxophone skills and become more confident in your abilities. I offer a wide variety of subjects to improve your saxophone skills. Available to teach to all ages, and am...
Hannah

Hannah

Piano, Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, Music Theory
Bachelors: BA Music (2000)
several years and have had many sucessful students passing ABRSM graded exams. I have previously worked as an instrumental teacher at a secondary school and currently teach pupils of various ages, instruments and abilities. I teach all ages and abilities and cater for those wanting to progress with examinations or anyone wanting to play purely for pleasure or to learn a new skill. I teach mainly from home but I can arrange to visit a...
Alison

Alison

Church Stretton
Piano, Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, Cello, Music Theory
PGCE: PGCE Primary Education (2014)
in age from 2 years up to 56! I have experience teaching saxophone, piano, flute, clarinet and 'cello. I starting teaching private pupils11 years ago, and still love teaching. I like to create a friendly environment, where my pupils benefit from wanting to be at the lessons and enjoying their content. I find that students progress much more rapidly when they are having fun. My approach is to teach not just the technicalities of the...
Robbie

Robbie

PGCE: PGCE in Secondary Music(Pass) (2004)
of teaching experience have allowed me to develop methods that allow students to progress quickly towards their chosen goals. Without this kind of expert guidance bad habits can develop that are difficult to change and a lot of time and energy can be wasted with little progress being achieved. Learning an instrument should be a fun and fulfilling experience where you can develop at your own pace with an approach that should mean you become...
Lydia

Lydia

Professional: DipABRSM Distinction (2018)
a national finalist in the Rotary Young Musician of the Year 2015, after winning the local, district and regional stages. I hold a DipARBRSM with Distinction on saxophone. I also play regularly with my string quartet and with Gloucesterhsire Symphony Orchestra. I have experience coaching beginners as a student teacher with Gloucester Academy of Music, and experience as a freelance private instrumental teacher. I teach with an emphasis on fun and technique, finding the balance...

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