Information About Ann - Hoddesdon teacher - (8 reviews)
This is how 2 referees rated Ann:
A self-motivated and organised individual. Punctual, with good time management skills. Friendly and approachable. Experienced in relating to all levels and age groups. Believe that learning an instrument should be an enjoyable experience - whether the student wishes to pass grades or learn for pleasure.
20 years experience teaching both clarinet and saxophone. I have taught in schools and offer private lessons to both children and adults. Experienced in teaching from complete beginner up to grade 8 (advanced)
Lessons are paced appropriate to the student. For first time music readers, there is tuition and support in the theory required to get started. Early lessons focus on developing the correct technique to play a wind instrument. Whilst I encourage students to work towards graded exams, there is no pressure to do so, if the student wants to learn purely for pleasure and relaxation. Lessons are one to one with a duration of 30, 45 or 60 minutes.
Due to the travel restrictions placed on us as a result of the Corona virus, I am now offering lessons online via Skype or WhatsApp video call. This is working extremely well for my existing pupils. With so much time now spent at home, it's an excellent opportunity to learn a musical instrument. Retailers are still able to sell or hire instruments and deliver to your door. Online lessons also offer the benefit of no geographical restrictions. Please get in touch if you would like advice on how to get started
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Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (all times)
References Available: Yes (✔ On File)
- Turnford School (1983) - A Level music (School) (✘ Not On File)
- ABRSM (1982) - Grade 8 (Other) (✘ Not On File)
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Only had a few lessons with the saxophone but progressing well.
It is going to be very good indeed and I am looking forward to our lessons.