Violin, Piano, Viola and Music Theory from pre grade 1 through to grade 8 and further musical education. Depending on the age/ability of the individual,I teach mainly the Shiela Nelson method which involves developing aural skills, theory and sight reading through to the Menuhin and Galamian method., I teach in a way pupils learn and experience all different styles such as classical, Jazz, Blues and Pop. This broadens their learning and knowledge of music as a whole.
Piano, Keyboard, Vocal to diploma standard., Theory to grade 8, GCSE/A level revision, ABRSM & Trinity traditional syllabuses, TRINITY Rock and Pop vocal syllabus for pop musicians Are you looking for extremely fast results in ABRSM Grade exams or GCSE/A Level revision or simply fun? , I am a qualified secondary school music teacher and examiner with thirty years of experience teaching piano, keyboard, singing and theory lessons, up to diploma/degree standard. Fully DBS checked (Dec 2016), I teach all ages and abilities, piano/keyboard from aged 3 upwards. , Classical, pop and musical theatre styles, depending upon your needs., I have some flexible slots if you are a busy adult and can't devote time for a weekly lesson, just book in when you need one., I can also offer online lessons for those of you that live further afield on Skype or Google., I offer group keyboard and one to one lessons, siblings can share lessons if easier for parents. , I enter students for all the usual ABRSM and Trinity graded exams., In addition to this I can offer you Theory crash courses during holidays for the compulsory ABRSM Grade 5 theory exam, which is necessary for progression to grade 6 and upwards., I enter my students for local London festivals and concerts, for pre-exam performance experience., I am also an accompanist for exams and auditions as required., Above all, your lessons should be fun! They can be structured according to your individual need, eg chords and scales for a pop musician, theory and exam pieces for students looking for UCAS entry points, audition preparation and performance technique., One to one fees listed below, group/shared fees Â£10 per half hour., Please see my website www.musictuition.net for term dates and more information, and come along for a trial lesson and to chat further about your individual goals for yourself or your child.
Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar and Classical. Rock, Jazz, Acoustic, Blues, Heavy Metal, and Classical., , I offer professional Guitar Lessons to pupils of varying ages and abilities, young and old, and beginner to advanced. I also teach Sight Reading and Music Theory., , I am an experienced player of over 14 years and a Degree Graduate of The Academy of Contempoary Music., , I take pride in making Guitar lessons as enjoyable as possible and look forward to helping students reach their Musical Goals. I currently Teach from home, but also travel to students for a small additional charge.
Voice, Flute, Piano and Theory (ABRSM Grades 1-8), , GCSE & A-Level exam tuition and recital support, , University audition support, , University assignments, performance and composition portfolios support Classical, Musical Theatre
I have my grade 8 piano with distinction and a music degree from Cardiff university. I teach piano from beginners to advanced. I also have my diploma (above grade 8) on the alto saxophone and teach all levels. I also teach theory and try to make it as interesting as possible! Any
I teach Flute, Clarinet, Oboe, Sax, Piano, Keyboard, Guitar, Voice and theory of music all to Diploma level. Any age welcome, exams optional. A diverse teacher who aims to bring enjoyment to the learning of music and instruments. I teach a variety of styles, from improvisation to full on classical -but the emphasis remains on enjoyment.
Drums (Drum Kit)and Percussion. Tuition from Chesham Drum Lessons, , Find out more at www.cheshamdrumlessons.com ~ All the aspects of the drum kit, ~ Improving your timing and sense of rhythm, ~ Co-ordination and limb independence, ~ Different styles of music (Rock, Blues, Metal, Jazz, Funk, Latin, Drum n Bass, Breakbeat etc), ~ Rudiments on the snare drum and applying them to the drum set, ~ Fills and drum melodies, ~ Transcribing music you hear to further develop your sense of rhythm, ~ Reading and notation, ~ Dynamics in your playing, ~ Collaboration and group work, ~ How to play as part of a band, ~ Odd time signatures, ~ Improvising, ~ Practice exercises, methods, ~ Endurance, speed & control, ~ Composing drums to music & your own drum soloÂís, ~ Advanced hand technique (E.G: Freehand/gravity technique, moeller method and much more), ~ Advanced double bass technique (Advanced patterns, speed, control, endurance and much more)