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Name Location Musicians Union Member Child Protection Training Qualifications Verified Memberships Training
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Mrs Jennie Frost - BMus(Hons), PGCE Cardigan, Ceredigion
SA43 2JE
Piano (to Grade 8) , Violin (to Grade 8), Viola (to Grade 8), Music Theory (to Grade 8), , Preparation available for Associated Board or Trinity College exams (if required) and GCSE/'A' Level performances on the above, , Piano accompaniment for exams on ALL instruments to advanced level
Classical
Standard Members
Ms Lucy Slane Dyfed Musicians Union Member
SA31 1HG
Piano
Classical, Jazz and Blues
Mr Daniel Davies Dyfed Musicians Union Member
SA41
Cello, Music Theory
Classical Cello, All Music Theory
Mr Andy Gleadhill Cardigan Musicians Union Member
SA38 9PE
Drum Kit, Percussion, World Music
All musical styles and genres
Miss Eirian James Cardigan
SA43 1SJ
Singing Teacher
Opera, Classical, Music Theatre
Ms Buddug Verona James Cardigan, Pembrokeshire
SA43 2TX
Voice, Singing
Classical,Music Theatre, Pop, Folk and Jazz
Mr Paul Watkins Dyfed
SA31 2AP
Piano, Classical Organ, Voice, Music theory
Classical
Miss Alice Day Carmarthen
SA32 7LE
Violin, Viola, Descant Recorder, Treble Recorder, Music Theory
Classical, Folk
Mr Ben Davies Dyfed
SA66 7NQ
Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar
Rock, Blues, Pop, Funk, Country, Metal
Mr david gledhill Dyfed
SA32
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!!., , Although not a singer I do offer some coaching/music theory to singers to help them improve things like timing, phrasing, intonation etc or to read sheet music.. Many singers tell me that they benefit from some basic musical theory to understand keys, rhythms etc even if not to the level of actually reading music notation. I agree, I think that sort of understanding helps with interpretation and communicating with other musicians esp in an ensemble/band situation.
Miss Holly Cook Dyfed
SA32
Violin, Double Bass, Cello, Music Theory, A Level & GCSE Tuition
Classical, Jazz
Ms Elaine Greener Carmarthen, Dyfed
SA32 8NU
Classical Guitar
Classical
Miss Helen Jefferson Dyfed
SA38 9EG
violin, piano, viola, music theory
Classical but I include anything that will get a pupil playing
Ms Kate FitzGibbon Dyfed
SA44 6SP
violin , clarinet , piano
classical
Mr Owen Shiers Ceredigion, Dyfed
SA44
Guitar, Music Technology-(Sequencing,MIDI,Pro Tools, Cubase etc)
Folk, acoustic, fingerpicking, rock, funk, , Can also teach, , Music Technology, Sound recording and production techniques, and, Music Theory
Mrs Kay Bowen Carmarthen, Dyfed
SA33 6BN
Violin
Mainly classical
Mrs Beverley Cutler Dyfed
SA34 0HA
Singing, Piano, Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute, Classical Guitar, Theory of Music
Any style, any level.
Mrs Dorothy Harris CARMARTHEN, Dyfed
SA33 5QX
Piano and Theory of Music
Classical Piano, Theory to Grade 5
Miss Ffion Dafis gabalfa, cardiff
SA40 9UR
Saxophone
Classical, Contemporary, Popular, Theory
Mr Alex Keay Carmarthen, Dyfed
SA33 5NQ
Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Classical Guitar, Bass Guitar, Theory, Composition, Improvisation
Rock & Pop, Classical, Acoustic, Jazz, Blues
Mr Trystan Wyn Rees Dyfed
SA31 3BJ
Singing, Voice, Musical Theatre, Performance
Musical Theatre
Mr Stephen Phillips Dyfed
SA31 3JJ
Piano and Keyboards
Classical and Keyboard Rock Styles
Miss Julie Garnham Dyfed
SA66 7LH
Piano, Music Theory, Aural
Classical
Mr Rory Chapman Aberaeron, Ceredigion
SA46 0DX
Drums, Guitar
learn to be the musician YOU WANT to be.
Mrs Nicola Wight Dryslwyn, Carmarthenshire Musicians Union Member
SA32 8SA
Piano
Mr Rupert Browne Dyfed
SA17
French Horn - Beginner to Professional, Trumpet - Beginner to Intermediate, Tuba - Beginner to Intermediate, , Music Theory - Grade 1 - 8
Classical
Miss Elaine Page Dyfed
SA17 5ED
Voice, Piano, Clarinet, Saxophone
Classical, Pop/ Modern, Blues/Jazz