Piano, Singing, Music Theory Singing: , Classical Song, Aria, Choral & Opera, Music Theatre [West End & Broadway], , Piano: , Classical & Jazz, , Music Theory:, , , My current students range from 7 to 70 and encompass a variety of different expectations and aspirations. ABRSM exam results are excellent., , I focus on building competence and confidence in my students, believing that the foundation of a 'classical' training equips you for all styles of the performing arts. , , I encourage those I work with to complete some level of written music theory; it's very empowering and will help gain the most from our time together., , More serious students looking to progress through graded exams and written music can take advantage of my full degree status, post graduate expertise and professional contacts.
Piano/ Theory of Music/ Aural Training/ Composition/ Harmony of Music/ Polyphony/ String Quartet/ Winds Band , , All Ages & Abilities Welcome ABRSM Grade1- Grade8, GCSE, A level, Diplomas, Classical, Pop
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.
Piano, Flute, Composition I teach both students wanting to take exams (e.g. ABRSM) and students wanting to play just for fun. I teach both classical repertoire and also encourage my students to experience a wide variety of musical styles, e.g. jazz, experimental, contemporary (and not to be afraid to try out new things).
Advanced voice coaching, specialising in short-term work on specific vocal issues/confidence building. Friendly and professional tuition., , Piano/organ/music theory studies are also available., , 15 mins from central Birmingham, 10 mins from Solihull. Good rail links (Acocks Green station around 2 mins walk from teaching studio) Tuition in singing (classical), piano, organ, and music theory. Specialist in short-term exam and audition preparation. Teaching available only for advanced/higher grade students (Grade 5+).
Piano / Keyboards., Guitar (electric and acoustic)., Music composition / theory., Media Music., Studio music (working with a DAW, MIDI programming, mixing etc.). Piano - classical and popular styles., Rock / pop guitar., Music composition / theory., Electronic music production.
Violin, Viola, Theory, Piano Classical, folk, improvisation., , I am a strong believer that there is no one size fits all for teaching - especially when students are learning extra curricular activities such as music. , , Lessons must be enjoyable and fulfil the aims of the students (are you looking to join an amateur orchestra? want to feel confident turning up to a folk session? want your child to progress through grade exams? want to explore new creative avenues and see where they lead?) and must also fit around other life committments realistically. , , I aim to equip students with the tools they need to grown their own creative and musical approach by helping students find the repertoire they connect with most and tailoring technical and aural work to best support this. , , Music can be immensley rewarding, but it can also be very challenging. One of my primary aims is to challenge students enough to progress and surprise themselves, but always staying aware of the student experience and enjoyment. My combined knowledge and experience of different styles of playing and teaching mean I can adapt lesson plans easily to different learners.
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
Piano(Classical and Jazz), Saxophone All grades and standards. beginner to advanced jazz., Cello Gd 1-8 B. ED. BA(Hons) ALCM. Teacher of both classical and jazz piano. Also Jazz saxophone and beginner saxophone. Can also teach Grade 5 theory, musicianship and GCSE. Head of music of leading Preparatory school. Excellent ABRSM Success. ABRSM examiner training. Can also accompany for all levels of ABRSM exams. Huge exam success plus access to one of the premium examination centres in the whole area for my pupils and clients.
Brass (specialism): Trumpet, Cornet, Flugelhorn, Tenor Horn, Baritone, Euphonium and Tuba. (Can teach from beginner up to Grade 8 classical/ ABRSM), Piano: can teach beginner- intermediate level, Vocals: can teach from beginner- intermediate level in jazz, pop, soul or musical theatre. , , I am also able to teach Music Theory up to Grade 5. Brass instruments - classical, jazz, contemporary, brass band, Piano- classical & contemporary, Vocals- pop and jazz
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.
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.