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Mr Alec Coles-Aldridge
Mr Alec Coles-Aldridge

Qualifications:
Royal College of Music BMus

Incorporated Society of Musicians Registered Private Teacher

Enhanced DBS

ABRSM Grade 8 Distinction

Three A Levels

Four AS Levels

11 GCSE'S
Instruments: Trombone
Music Theory
Piano
Trumpet
French Horn
Baritone Horn
11+ Exams
Tuba
Tenor Horn
Euphonium
Genre/Style(s): All styles and genres
Ability Levels: Beginners to Advanced
Memberships: (verified) Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM)



Notes:

Trombonist Alec Coles-Aldridge is currently a freelance musician in London, having recently worked as the Head of Brass at the International School of Moscow. Alec graduated from the Royal College of Music in 2018 where he studied with Amos Miller, Lindsay Shilling, Byron Fulcher and Emily White. Prior to this Alec studied for two years at the Junior Royal Academy of Music with David Whitson.

Alec has performed with orchestras across London, including the London Firebird Orchestra, Haydn Chamber Orchestra and the London Street Orchestra, working with musicians such as John Wilson, Bernard Haitink, Nicholas Collon and Mike Lovatt. In 2017, Alec won the Grimsdyke Award in the Ealing Festival Brass Solo Competition.

Alec is a keen performer on the sackbut- Renaissance trombone- and has performed with The Chapel Choir of Girton College from Cambridge University, the ensemble Vecchi Venti and as part of the Suffolk Villages Festival. In 2017, Alec attended Dartington International Summer School on sackbut as a scholar, studying with Emily White.

Alec has extensive experience in education through his current position as brass teacher for Ealing Music Service and Hillingdon Music Hub, and through delivering workshops with the Royal Opera House, Teenage Cancer Trust and BBC Proms.

Alec is a writer for the Pianist Magazine and has had work published by the Wagner News.

Alec holds an enhanced DBS check.

Contact Alec

Address: Ruislip
Middlesex
Greater London
HA4 8EB
Phone: 01895678364
Mobile: 07720237503
Fee (60 minutes): £40.00
Fee (30 minutes): £20.00

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