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.
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, 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).
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.
Learn the nuances of Indian Classical Carnatic (Karnatic) Vocalsinging & Tabla from an experienced teacher hailing from a musical family. Carnatic music predominantly originates from South India, but has an universal appeal across all sections, language being no barrier. , , Carnatic Vocal - Group lessons run throughout the week for beginners/intermediate levels and caters for Adults and Children of all ages. The teaching is based on the age old tradition of learning the Swaravalis and gradually build up to Alankarams, Gitam & Varnams. Study material will be provided to the student to aid in his/her learning. As the lessons progress, participants will learn the concept of the various Ragams to sing in clear adherence to Shruthi and Talam. , , Tabla - Percussion lessons in Tabla are held as group lessons and are conducted for children and adults on Sunday evenings. Lessons usually delve in various Kaydas/Paltas and gradually progressing into taals, Moharas, Mukhdas and Relas. Lessons include theory and the necessary preparation for Grade exams conducted by the Open University. , , All lessons conducted in Shirley/Solihull. Carnatic/Karnatik Indian classical vocal, , Tabla Hindustani (World Percussion)
Violin, Piano, Keyboard, GCSE and A-level music, Music Theory Classical Violin, Traditional Fiddle, , Having regularly performed in various ensembles and bands throughout the UK, I am familiar with a wide range of styles, in particular classical violin and traditional fiddle music. , , Willing to tailor your lessons to your needs/preferred styles.
Piano, Organ, Keyboards Highly experienced Piano, Keyboard, Organ and Theory teacher. Students prepared for ABRSM examinations have never failed in over 40 years! Learn to play for pleasure or for exams with a very patient, friendly teacher.
Composer, performer and musician based in Birmingham, UK and a recent graduate of the BMus (Hons) Composition course at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire., , I enjoy experimenting with different kinds of approaches and mediums such as performance, installation, improvisation, ensemble writing, songwriting and mixed media., , My work spans the writing and working with established ensembles such as Incus Trio, Decibel and Cobalt Duo, to composing and performing in folk fusion and electronic improvisation groups, to memetic-style installations on and off the internet, and to visual work such as writing music for the Royal Birmingham ConservatoireÂ’s new promotional advert. Open to all!