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Miss Danielle Saxon Reeves
Miss Danielle Saxon Reeves
Rachel Date: July 2020
"Who would’ve guessed that at (very nearly) 60 I would decide to take up a brand new skill? But not only am I a long way in age from your average rock guitar pupil, I am physically some 200 hundred miles away from my teacher - and I am distance learning using Skype! I love my guitar sessions with Danielle – they go at my pace and the music choice is mine – it’s all a million miles from the much hated piano lessons of my youth – and I actually enjoy the learning and practising! If you want a friendly, fun, fretted instrument experience I can heartily recommend lessons with Danielle."
Brian Date: July 2020
I have been a pupil of Danielle since September 2018 and since that time, despite having never played any type of instrument before, she has helped me to understand how my banjo works, to read music (albeit sometimes slowly) and actually play it and make music. Her approach has been to offer encouragement and to stretch me in equal measures and whether it is face to face or via FaceTime I look forward to my lessons and long may that continue. I also very much enjoy the fortnightly group sessions
John Date: July 2020
I went to Danielle wanting to learn to play the banjo. What she taught me was a love of music. Her infectious enthusiasm embraces the technical elements of playing an instrument as well as the sheer joy of making music! The workshops with fellow students of Danielle’s have been a great way to meet others learning their instruments and share tips and experiences. To anyone thinking of learning the banjo, guitar or mandolin, I would say “Do it!”. It’s never too late or too early.
Rich Date: July 2020
Danielle’s teaching style is relaxed and supportive. She is not only teaching me how to play classical guitar but works with me on confidence to play. Completely recommend.

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