Play:, French Horn, TenorHorn, , However, I am also happy to teach:, Trumpet / Cornet / Flugelhorn, Baritone / Euphonium, Trombone, Tuba / Eb Bass / Bb Bass, , + Theory Of Music, + First Musical Experiences, + S.E.N.D. Musical Access (I hope to develop my own programme for this...) Classical, Brass Ensemble/Brass Band, Chamber Wind Ensembles (for French Horn), , + Theory Of Music, + First Musical Experiences, + S.E.N.D. Musical Access (I hope to develop a programme for this)
Piano, keyboards Any style the client would like of course. E.g. Rock, blues, jazz, funk as well as classical......, , Emphasis on enjoyment rather than formality. I like to encourage creativity, improvisation, playing by ear; use of recording as an aid to improvement as well as classical notation and grades. However it is up to the client of course to choose exactly what they want from the lessons. Usually classically trained pianists want to explore other styles, play by ear and improvise, and those that can play but can't read music would like to be able to do that and understand some theory. I think that ideally all musicians should be able to work either way., , Many beginners get frustrated by having to play very simplistic pieces that they really don't enjoy. I don't agree with this style of teaching, I prefer to find something that the pupil enjoys and work with that. Breaking it down to make it possible to play and then adding more detail as the playing develops., , Playing is a physical activity so good posture and relaxation is an important prerequisite to good playing! An important, but often missed, component of good teaching!, , I can teach from home, but often find that it is better for the pupil to learn on their own instrument. Obviously if there is a lot of travelling involved I might charge a little extra for that. , , For most pupils I find that 1 hour is ideal, but other durations and group lessons are available by negotiation. , , I always offer free email support in between lessons. In particular I find that getting the pupil to email me a summary of the lesson immediately afterward is a great aid to learning, and allows me to remind them of anything they may have forgotten!!.
PIANO, THEORY OF MUSIC Classical Piano Lessons and all other styles too., All ages and abilities welcome, ABRSM Exams in Piano and Theory of Music all grades if required, Experienced and Qualified. Adults and beginners very welcome. Enthusiastic, kind and patient teaching. Lessons are fun, informal, constructive and progressive. Aural work, harmony, chords and composition techniques are covered as well as playing pieces. I have a music room in my flat with a lovely upright Boston Piano to learn on. Parents are welcome to stay during the lessons. Very Reasonable fee.
Drum kit, Drums All styles, including Rockschool, Guildhall and LCM Grade syllabus Debut to Grade 8., Friendly, professional tuition in your , home or in Niton., Musicians Union member and CRB checked., Over 28 years teaching experience.
Piano lessons and theory for beginners aged 5 to adult., Adults offered fortnightly lessons, children weekly., Lessons on beautiful Feurich Grand Piano made by Steinway in relaxing quiet home., Schools visited at special rates for more than 3 pupils Classical back to bare basics for those wishing take up keyboard., Currently looking to take on new pupils at lower levels to allow group theory lessons and end of term mini concerts.
Voice - expert teacher of singing and how the voice works, covering all styles of music. Specializing in the psychology of singing. Experienced singing teacher and singer specializing in vocal problems and barriers to singing. Covering vocal techniques and voice production in contemporary and classical voice with a special interest in the psychology of singing. Special 1-2-1 consultancy & vocal assessment. Singers who are prepared to work and practise are welcome. Director of VOXPOP Rock & Pop choirs - Newport, Southampton & Fareham.