Information About Danuta - Glasgow teacher
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A fourth year student at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland on the BMus (Hons) course.
I started my musical education in Poland at the age of 11 and only two years later I moved to Scotland and started studying at St. Mary's Music School in Edinburgh where I was taught by both: Patricia Hair and Ruth Beauchamp. In the past, I've taken a part in several recitals and concerts, featuring solo, chamber music and orchestral works, and I've been a winner and a runner up of several recitals of the Edinburgh Festival. Three years ago I was also a finalist and the winner of the Edinburgh Festival Concerto Competition where I had the pleasure of performing the Shostakovich Cello Concerto with the Meadows Chamber Orchestra. In 2014 I started my studies as a scholarship student at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, where I've been taught by Aleksei Kiseliov, David Watkin and Alison Wells and Martin Storey. In the nearest future I hope to achieve best results in my last year of studies at the Conservatoire and become a professional musician.
I have been giving private cello lessons for a few years now,I have taught at St Mary's Music School in Edinburgh in the Saturday Morning classes, and in the past year I have been learning professional teaching methods in the Teaching Musician module at the Royal Conservaoire of Scotland. In the past I have also given multiple beginner piano lessons.
I have real passion for music and I believe that this is the main quality to pass on to other musicians, at any stage of their education. I am happy to teach students using the ABRSM system or any other system chosen by the student or the student's parents.
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References Available: Yes (✔ On File)
- Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (2018) - BMus Performance (Honours) (Bachelors) (✘ Not On File)
- St Mary's Music School, Edinburgh (2014) - A levels (School) (✘ Not On File)