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.
Recorders Recorders: Play Sopranino to Bass, music from any era, in any style. Learn descant and treble fingering. Develop a beautiful recorder sound with a qualified, experienced, specialist recorder teacher., , Exam preparation for all grades, Trinity or Associated Board. Almost 100% pass rate over more than 20 years, mostly Merit and Distinction., , Ensemble coaching, individual or shared lessons., , I am a founder member of both Arden Recorder Orchestra and Heart of England Recorder Orchestra.
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.
Drums, Drum Set Â• Rock, Â• Pop, Â• Funk, Â• Fusion, Â• Heavy metal, Â• Drum N' Bass, Â• R n' B, Â• Jazz, Â• Bebop, , Also providing specialist technique studies:, , Â• Rudiments, Â• Advanced hand & foot technique, Â• Contemporary coordination concepts; independence & interdependence, Â• Sight reading & rhythm knowledge, , In addition, I can also offer my students:, , Â• Gear maintenance lessons, advice and support, Â• Assistance with realistic goal-setting, and creating effective and practical practice schedules, Â• Audition and examination preparation sessions, Â• Long-term mentoring and advice on further education/career options
Drums, Drum Kit, Percussion All Styles and genres covered. Rock, Pop, Blues, RnB, Drum n Bass, Reggae, Soul, Funk, Linear Drumming, Co-ordination/odd time signatures, Orchestral and Brass Band, you name it. www.nickpoyner.co.uk and www.drumlessonswarwickshire.com
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.