Piano, Music Theory (up to Grade 5), GCSE Music (tutoring), A Level Music (tutoring) Piano: Classical, Musical Theatre, Pop/ Rock, Jazz and improvisation., Music Theory: up to Grade 5 standard (fees may vary), Music Tuition: GCSE and A Level
Online lessons (via zoom):, , Piano (Beginner to grade 5), , Music Theory (up to Grade 5), , Music Production (Cubase), , Reading / writing music Classical / pop piano, ABRSM graded Piano and Theory exams, GCSE Music, Electronic music / production
Electronic organ, Electronic keyboards Organ and keyboard tuition offered. I am 66 and an experienced organ player having played for over 40 years. I have many years experience as ateacher. My music taste is wide but I prefer standards/jazz
Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Flute, Piano, , Children taught ages 8+, Adult beginners very welcome too Update Jan 2020:, *Currently no vacancies for new students*, , Classical, Pop, Rock, Film/TV Themes, Lessons purely for fun, or for graded music exam work, Accompaniment sessions available
Piano, Keyboard, Saxophone, Music Theory, (Aural Training provided for those of any Instrument) One to one Piano, Keyboard & Saxophone Tuition (Theory and Practical). All genres! Aural Training provided for those of all Instruments.
Piano I trained at the Birmingham Conservatoire with Joseph Weingarten and later with Sydney Harrison as a professional classical pianist, but enjoy teaching many other modern styles to suit the instruments I teach.
Piano , Keyboard, (speciality Pop, Rock and Jazz), , Composition, Organ, Band Work, Accordion, GCSE and A Level support, Midi sequencing with Cubase VST, Protools and Logic, Digital recording techniques, Gig and Performance advice, , I also offer a lecture titled: Routes to a career in Music, This is suable for institutions or can be given as a one on one careers advice session. Please click on the 'Multimedia' tab to hear a selection of demo tracks.
I offer Singing tuition & Piano lessons for beginers up to level 3 to adults & children I teach all style: Musicals,Jazz, R&B,Light Clasical Arias,Rock & Pop., Learn to sing for Fun,Fame& Health.Get your songs ready on time for auditions!, I teach Voice Management for Speakers & Presenters., I teach in Areas:Birmingham (STUDIOS Robanna House, 54 Cliveland St, Newtown, Birmingham, B19 3SN, Midlands (West), CV32 4RB, Bedfordshire in Kempston, Leamington Spa in Whitnash.
Piano Born in a family of musicians, I started playing the piano at the age of 4. I have extended classical musical knowledge as I obtained two highly desired MasterÂ’s degrees in Music Education and Musicology., , With over 10 years of teaching experience, I received positive feedback from all the students across all platforms., , The safety of my students is crucial. I am fully DBS/CRB checked both in UK and overseas., , With 100% passing rate for all my students on the ABRSM Exams, my teaching style is consistent, creative and pro-result. I strongly believe you have to tailor your technique in order to match the studentÂ’s needs. It is important to offer the student the knowledge and the confidence he/she needs in order to obtain the very best results. I will never push a student towards an exam unless I am 100% confident he/she will succeed.
I have been teaching piano since 2009. I have wide range teaching experiences of different ages from 5 yrs upto 60 yrs and different background. , , My teaching style is personalised to each pupil depending on their way of learning , characters. , , I put forward the pupils for ABRSM exams regularly (if that is what they want!). Mostly they have merit, distinction as results. , , However, I believe the music is not simply for exam. Some pupils are motivated more with challenge and targets such as exam, then I encourage them to do so. However some are demotivated and lose the interest with 'exam'. Then I encourage them not to take exam but just enjoy playing the piano. They thrive with simply enjoying the music. They actually improve at their learning with the time. , , So far most of my pupils seem to respond well with this approach. I try to listen and understand where they stand, what is best for individuals. I teach classic music but times to times introduce Jazz, film etc. I encourage the pupils to choose their favourite music whatever it is alongside classical training, which I believe a good foundations.