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Recorder Teachers & Recorder Lessons

First Tutors: Music aids you in finding the best personal Recorder tutor in the country. Use our system to search for local Recorder tutors near you and choose the tutor who best fits your needs.

Meet some of our Teachers

Angie

QTS: QTS (Qualified Teacher Status (0)
I am a friendly teacher who loves teaching both children and adults of all ages. Fully Qualified Secondary Music Teacher with many years experience teaching instrumental lessons, English and Spanish. I have a fun and friendly approach and tailor all lessons to pupils' specific needs so they can reach their full potential. If pupils would like to take exams then I guide them through ensuring they achieve the best outcome while enjoying their music at...

Kate

Bordon
Piano, Recorder, Music Theory
Other: Piano Grade 7 (1984)
recorder, and beginner music theory. I also accompany instrumental and voice students for music exams. I have been teaching the piano, recorder and music theory to beginners of all ages for a number of years and am registered with ABRSM to enter candidates for exams. I make music lessons fun, and have been described by a pupil as 'the best piano teacher ever'. Another pupil has recently written, 'I have had a brilliant term with...
Vanessa

Vanessa

College: Music A Level (1980)
a friendly, caring and contentious music teacher who enjoys sharing my enthusiasm for my instruments and helping students achieve their true musical potential. I have 6 years experience in one-to-one tuition at a variety of levels in addition to 5 years experience providing high quality group music lessons in Primary Schools. As an experienced teacher with both children and adults, I put pupils to their ease and create productive and enjoyable learning environments. I challenge...

Peter

Bachelors: BA (hons) Performing Arts (1985)
London, doing sessions, shows and touring I have recently relocated with my family to the Essex coast. As well as teaching privately, I have worked as a peripatetic flute and saxophone teacher in London since graduating in 1985, first for the Inner London Education Authority and then the London Boroughs of Islington, Haringey and Camden. I am currently a woodwind tutor at the Centre of Young Musicians based at Morley College where I run the...
Frances

Frances

PGCE: PGCE Secondary Music (1996)
and Music Teacher living in Old Wolverton Milton Keynes. I have a PGCE in Secondary School Music, Graduate Diploma in Flute Performance, I have Grade 8 in Flute, Piano and Theory and a Licentiate Diploma in the Flute. I have taught in Primary Schools, Secondary School, Music service and Adult Education. I run 2 ensembles - 'Flauto' Flute choir and 'Sopranino' Recorder Ensemble. I also play in a number of smaller chamber groups. My aim...
Jane

Jane

Professional: Hon TCL (2002)
has always been my first love and I've been in the profession for 40 years as a teacher, performer, composer, lyricist, teacher-trainer, adjudicator and consultant. I teach in a comfortable music room in my house in north Islington. My teaching experience is extensive. I've worked with individuals aged 3-93, and with groups of 2-200. I started teaching 40 years ago and I've spent many years writing music books and online materials for students to learn...
Francesco

Francesco

Doctorate: MPhil (Composition) (2005)
post-16 teacher training accreditation; I am also a freelance examiner for ICMA (graded and diploma exams). As a violin tutor I cover most grades, and pre-Grade I, having taught children from Key Stage 1 up to A-Level; with regard to viola and keyboard, I taught for two years, usually at KS1 - 3, and organised concerts in a Saturday school. I taught children and adults privately too, putting them successfully through ABRSM graded exams; whilst...
Eden

Eden

Other: Musical Theory: lV (2015)
experienced music (solfege), violin and saxophone tutor. I graduated from the Perez Zeledon (Costa Rica) conservatoire in advanced violin, intermediate saxophone, advanced solfege, advanced theory, advanced harmony, chamber orchestra, orchestra, choir and band. I work very well with children as well as adults and am more than happy to help students who might be struggling with coursework as well as provide music classes for people wanting to start an instrument, music studies for the first...
Nicola
flute, I started to play the harp in 2000. By the age of eighteen I had passed Grade 8 examinations on all three instruments with distinction and achieved the certificate of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama for Performance on Piano. I graduated from the University of Nottingham with an Upper Second Class Honours Degree in Music (majoring in performance) in 2007. Since then I have achieved the Licentiate of Trinity College London with...
Hannah

Hannah

Masters: MA Music Management (2013)
recently completed a music degree, achieving a 2:1. First study oboe (grade 8), second voice (not classical). Basic recorder and flute also available, but NOT a study. Theory available to advance. I also have a CRB enhanced disclosure. For more information visit **Web Address Removed** Existing students in both music and maths. I am friendly and relaxed but can also 'crack the whip' when necessary. If you practise and put the effort into your lesson...

Levels We Offer For Recorder Lessons: Beginner recorder, Intermediate recorder, Advanced recorder, Expert recorder, Casual recorder

Regardless of whether you're just beginning to play the recorder and are looking for private tuition to help you get to grips with the basics or are a more experienced player wanting lessons to help you move up a grade, First Tutors: Music can help you locate a recorder tutor best suited to your personal needs.

At First Tutors: Music, we are able to help you find music teachers able to provide tuition for a variety of ages of pupils, from completely novice primary students through to casual adult learners, as well as those undertaking GCSE and A-Level exams & music board grade examinations. So, if you're looking for a professional, capable tutor for anything from initial recorder lessons for your young son or daughter to more complex tutorials to whip you into shape for diploma exams, our site can help find you a suitable local instructor to really benefit your music career.

This is the best site to find the most suitable Recorder teacher for your needs, their rates and distance from you. Recorder can be an extremely challenging instrument, and a home Recorder tutor can really speed up your progress!

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