Information About Faz - Oldham teacher
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Faz offers a FREE first / introductory lesson!
Classically trained violinist who has performed all around the UK and on international tours, expert in Arabic, Bollywood, Pashtun, Pop, Nasheed and Qawaali styles. Has worked with the BBC, CBeebies, Channel 4, the Hallé Orchestra & Education Department, Music Mark, Music Action International, Royal Northern College of Music, Leeds College of Music, Trinity College London, Future Talent Charity, Arts Award, Brighter Sound and many other prestigious organisations around the UK.
Last 12 months activities:
Violinist for Amir Khan, Imran Khan and Younas Khan
Musical Director for 'The Prince and the Pauper' - New Vic Theatre
Musical Director for ‘Astley’s Astounding Adventures’ - New Vic Theatre
UK Tour looping beatboxing-violinist with the Charity, Penny Appeal.
Full episode on British Muslim TV
Facilitated, and currently developing, an international music program for marginalised communities in Freetown, Sierra Leone under Music Action International.
Commissioned composer as part of the Manchester Tram Stops project.
Composer for the ‘First Fall of Snow’ - Theatre in Education shows
Has facilitated new, innovative music projects in most major cities in the UK since 2010 with a focus on engaging disadvantaged youth and vulnerable adults into classical, pop and hip hop music.
Has been delivering private tuition for 5 years
Has aided the development of international music projects in Sierra Leone
Has delivered training for staff at schools
Facilitated masterclasses for the National Youth Wind Orchestra of Great Britain and sessions at the Royal Northern College of Music
Understanding how to express our emotions through practical violin techniques.
Understanding what practice is and dispelling the myth that… "only those who practice 8 hours a day can be good at it"
Increasing confidence by learning how to write songs as well as playing classical pieces.
Learning about various playing styles around the world, from India to Arabia as well as classical techniques.
Steadily progressing through the grades is important in assessing your own level and trajectory.
Developing a love for learning!
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Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (all times)
References Available: Yes (✔ On File)
- Leeds College of Music (2014) - Classical Music (Professional) (✔ On File)
- Leeds College of Music (2013) - Fred and Ethel Tolson Memorial Prize For Strings (Other) (✔ On File)
- Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (2009) - Grade 8 (Professional) (✔ On File)