Information About John - Salisbury teacher - (1 review)
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A respected and established teacher, performer, compose and instrument maker, John grew up steeped in music. His unique playing style and compositions convey a deep understanding and passion folk and classical music. Two of the albums John recently recorded and performed on are in The Times Top 10 Folk/Roots albums of the year.
John’s passion for vernacular music led to his degree dissertation focussing on the interpretation of field recordings, looking at intonation, tuning and expression. With his knowledge of the construction and physics behind the workings of the violin and concertina, and his musical knowledge and approach, he is able to offer a unique insight into the world of music and music making.
John has recorded on several films including the Hobbit, as well as the TV series Poldark. He currently performs with the groundbreaking duo **Removed By Admin**, in the trio **Removed By Admin**, in a duo with superb singer and guitarist **Removed By Admin**, the highly acclaimed**Removed By Admin**, and with **Removed By Admin**. John is also working with the much vaunted storyteller Nick Hennessey on various projects.
Since returning to the UK in 2014, John has been involved with 5 new albums, personally recording, editing and producing, Alma Varieties, Dipper Malkin’s Tricks of the Trade, and The Emily Askew Band CD Alchemy.
John also works with renowned storytellers Hugh Lupton and Nick Hennessey, and has taken part in many international collaborations with artists from France, Sweden, Quebec, France, Ireland, America, Hong kong, China, The Gambia and Finland.
As an experienced workshop leader and teacher, John’s knowledge, experience and enthusiasm combine to make him a much sought-after tutor in academic institutions, festivals, music-camps and academies. He has taught at venues and events including the Australian National Festival, Sidmouth Festival, Ashokan, Goldsmiths University and regularly teaches on the Folk Music degree course at Newcastle University, the World Irish Music MA Course at Limerick University and Southampton University.
John approaches his lessons with energy and enthusiasm. It's important for students to enjoy themselves whilst improving their knowledge and being creative.
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- Anglia Ruskin University (2001) - Music and Audio Technology BSc (Bachelors) (✘ Not On File)
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