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Ms Helen Neilson
Ms Helen Neilson

Qualifications:
Suzuki cello teacher trained to level 4, currently studying level 5.
MMus - Trinity College of Music
PGDip Adv Performance - Royal College of Music
BSc (Hons) Music & Mathematics - University of Leeds

My cello teachers have included: Anna Shuttleworth, Naomi Butterworth, Melissa Phelps.
My Suzuki teacher trainers include: Carey Beth-Hockett (USA), Eulalia Subira (Spain), and several UK based trainers.
Instruments: Cello
Genre/Style(s): Classical music, from beginner to advanced cello repertoire. New beginners for SW4 home studio taken from age 4+.
Ability Levels: Beginners to Advanced


Notes:

Suzuki cello teacher trained to level 4, currently working towards level 5.

Current teaching posts include:
- Head of Strings and cello tutor at Latymer Upper School
- Cello tutor, St Paul’s Girls’ School
- Whole class strings programme cello tutor at the Aldgate School
- Deputy cello teacher RCM Junior dept
- Suzuki cello group teacher and chamber music coach

Former director of Cello Club, Junior Division of London Cello Society.

Cello teacher trainer for London Music Masters, and mentor to student teacher trainees on their iPCGE course.

Syllabus consultant and designer for Trinity College cello exams for 2020-2023 syllabus - in collaboration with Naomi Yandell.

Courses and workshops taught on include: London Suzuki Group International Summer School @ Bryanston School; CelloFest; Pro Corda Cello course; London Cello Society Cello Days and children’s workshops.

I am experienced at working with students across a range of ages and levels. I take flexible approach taking into account the needs of each individual child.

Work in Our Cello Community SW4 home studio is centred in the Suzuki Method. The first step to applying to take lessons here is to start by observing some current lessons in action (no charge for this). Priority for offers of places will be given to families of new beginners age approx 4-6, who have undertaken a series of observations first.

Parents are expected to be involved in lessons and regular practice. All students participate in Suzuki group programmes in addition to their individual lessons (usually 6 Saturday mornings a term).

Details of fees available upon application.

Email: [email protected]
Website: www.helenelizabethneilson.com

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Address: Greater London
SW4
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