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Expert Ukulele Teachers & Expert Ukulele 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)
build people's confidence. However, I must stress that I prefer not to teach young children. Whatever your ability, I will make a tailored programme to fit you. Usually a lesson would be about an hour. I generally prefer to arrange lessons according to your (and my) availablity, so there is no set "course" of lessons. I will often make a video of the lesson which I can email to you. plus some visual aids (tablature...
Ramon
will be playing a solo acoustic gig in St Petersburg, Russia I have over 9 years teaching experience and I taught at Nomadbeat Music School in Peebles for 3 years. My approach to guitar lessons is relaxed and informal. Lesson topics are normally related to your own personal areas of interest. I feel that this is the best way to learn any instrument as it is much more enjoyable for the student. When you're having...
Ross

Ross

Bachelors: Music Technology BSc Hons 2:1 (2011)
all walks of life from 6+! PLEASE NOTE: £15 covers a 45 minute lesson (not a full hour) As our course is designed to efficiently help you advance as quickly as possible, we reccommend a 45 minute lesson, supplemented with regular practice and using the online provided materials. If this does not suit you, we can sometimes accomodate a 1 hour lesson for £20. InTuition is a course I am continuing to develop with a...
Matthew
skilled, always prompt & generous with his time…” My approach to lessons is always relaxed & informal. Lesson topics are normally directed towards your own personal areas of interest, with an emphasis on teaching you practical applications of the techniques you learn, since the goal is to learn to play music, understand it & hopefully, have fun at the same time. As well as teaching instruments, it is my intention to give all of my...
Simon

Simon

Bachelors: Music Technology & Popular Music (2013)
I have been based in Bristol since March 2016 and I have been enjoying teaching in and around the area. I believe that anyone must enjoy their learning process in order for it to be effective. I've always found that you get so much more quality from a lesson where a student is interested in what's being studied. To reflect this, I take a key interest in each student's musical preferences and I will often...
Michael

Michael

PGCE: Level 3 Award in Eduction & Training (PTLLS) (2014)
the guitar syllabus and work at various schools in the Northamptonshire/Leicestershire district. As well as teaching privately Visit - **Web Address Removed** for more information My approach to teaching guitar is different from other teachers. i deliver a program that enables the absolute novice to play a song within the first 20 minutes of their first lesson and more experienced players to smash through those annoying plateaus. Every student receives sheet music, lesson plans, custom...
Oliver

Oliver

Bachelors: BMus Performance (2009)
improved my confidence and general manner with children and my ability to communicate a musical purpose to them. All my lessons are planned in advance, and at the end of each lesson each pupil is given work (both practical and theoretical) in a study-book to do for the following lesson. I note the homework myself and plan the next session around it. I give feedback to parents on how I feel each pupil is developing...
Wayne

Wayne

Other: grades 5-8 in classical guitar playing (1997-2001) (1998)
- 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 and motivate the student. All abilities and all ages are welcome for one-to-one tuition where the interests and needs of the student come FIRST. Small groups are also accommodated. All teaching materials (books, cds, etc) are inclusive...
David
at University of Cambridge. In 2014 he was shortlisted for an Arts Council of Wales Advanced Study Scholarship. He has also been the recipient of 5 Seton Cavendish Travel Grant Awards, a Downing College Association Alumni Student Fund Award, and a Downing College Bursary. Get in touch! I have over 10 years experience as a teacher and have taught people of varying abilities from absolute beginners to those studying at post-degree level. I have maintained...
Andrea
PRUs, Youth centres, and music centres. As a tutor I take a supportive, friendly and flexible approach to teaching. I treat each new pupil as an individual and I believe that everyone has the potential to achieve their goals. I work with my pupil's individual needs and targets to get the most out of each session. I ensure each session in dynamic and engaging, covering a wide range of different exercises and activities. Singing lessons...

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