I am a professional musician with years of experience in performing, composing and arranging music of many different styles, as well as teaching in schools, universities and music services. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach the trumpet and piano in both classical and jazz/pop styles, as well as tutoring students for ABRSM Music Theory, GCSE and A Level music exams.
I am a Master's Cello student at the Royal Academy of Music. I am an experienced teacher and I hope to share my passion of music with all who are willing to give it a go...! - Which subject(s) do you teach? Cello Piano Chamber Music Music Theory Academic Music to all ages and abilities The use of 'Sibelius' software - Tell me about your qualifications.
Hi, I am a composer, orchestrator and music teacher working in London. I'm happy to teach all stages and styles of notated composition (staff notation), as well as theory and tutoring for academic music exams. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach music A level. Although I mainly teach the OCR board I have experience teaching all three of the main boards (Edexcel and AQA).
I am a London-based violinist and violin teacher - my goal is always to bring out the best in every student, and to share the wonderful gift that is playing the violin! - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach classical violin and music theory. My other specialist subject is maths (grade A at A level and an ongoing passion!) - Tell me about your qualifications.
Multi-disciplined creative arts wellbeing tutor - Which subject(s) do you teach? Arts and crafts, music for relaxation (Piano and harp) English Life coaching - Tell me about your qualifications.
I gained a full scholarship to the the Royal College of Music where I graduated with a first in 2010. I am soon returning to university to study medicine. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Academic: GCSE Maths: £15/hour, A level Maths: £20/hour Musical: I teach the violin up to any level. Also folk/pop guitar beginner to intermediate.
Hello! My name is Dimitris, I am a professional musician and I have a BMus (Hons) in Music Performance and Production from London Centre of Contemporary Music and many years of experience and knowledge from private tuition, conservatoirs, choirs, bands and the music industry.
I always start with warmups to help instrumental technique which the student can use in their own practice. Then I listen to what they are working on, giving them tips to improve. As a instrumental tutor I am patient and perceptive to the student's progress and ability.
I love to inspire and help the young and old on their musical journeys. By studying an instrument, I want the pupil first and foremost to enjoy themselves. I encourage and aim to give the pupil a rich appreciation of the building blocks of music and a better grasp of the instrument by setting achievable goals.
Being a musician can bring all sorts of fun and rewards. I'd love to help you find them. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Jazz piano is my speciality; I also teach classical piano, pop keyboards, composition, improvisation on any instrument, theory and general musicianship. - Tell me about your qualifications.
I aim to offer flexible tuition to the needs and interests of the student whether that is to play electric violin in a band taking examinations or giving a recital to an audience. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Violin Viola Music theory Piano (beginners only) I am also happy to provide extra tuition for GSCE and A Level Music/composition. - Tell me about your qualifications.
Singing and piano lessons for all ages and abilities. Patient and friendly teacher. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach classical and musical theatre singing, piano and music theory. All ages and abilities welcome. Lessons include: technique, song interpretation, acting through song, exam preparation, audition preparation, confidence building.
I offer friendly and informed tuition, with a background both of academic music (BA from Cambridge) and performance (Masters from Trinity Laban Conservatoire) and eight years' teaching experience in schools and privately. - Which subject(s) do you teach? My first study is now voice but I have taught piano up to grade 8 since 2009 and have specialised in music theory and composition/arranging.
I teach using a combination of book knowledge, music theory, ear training, but I like to make it fun and bring out the joy in music for my students. After all, music is the universal language and has vast benefits in all aspects of life.
I am an opera singer living in London with six years of conservatoire training. I teach singing of varying musical styles to all ages and ability levels. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Singing (Classical) - As being a professional singer is my main occupation, it is my primary focus for teaching. My lessons will put you in the direction of healthy and confident singing for young and old.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach classical piano and theory of music for ABRSM or Trinity exams. As you wish, lessons may include sight reading, scales, exercises, real pieces, aural training and much more. - Tell me about your qualifications. Music College,Psychology First class diploma.
I have been teaching piano for three years and have just graduated from Southampton University with a BA (Hons) in Music. I have space for more students from beginner to advanced level. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Piano - Classical/Jazz Composition Music Theory Improvisation GCSE, AS and A Level Music - Support - Tell me about your qualifications.
Starting a musical instrument can be a daunting prospect and it's important to find a teacher who suits you and your style of learning, so feel free to contact me for advice or to book a consultation lesson. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Piano, Organ, Musicianship and Theory - Tell me about your qualifications.
I am passionate about helping people to achieve their dreams in life, whether that may be a life-long ambition to play the saxophone, or simply to excel in school exams. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Saxophone Clarinet Flute Music Theory KS1, 2, 3, GCSE and A level Music Proofreading - Tell me about your qualifications.
My method is 1 to 1. So I can give more accurate attention and monitor individuals in real time. Which is better for yourself an me also. I’m extremely passionate about music and go above and beyond to making sure every lesson is successful.
I am an experienced musician, both as a performer and teacher and hold degrees from both Oxford University and the Royal College of Music. I wish to inspire pupils of any age or ability. - Which subject(s) do you teach? *SPECIAL NOTICE* I presently have plenty of availability for new students, as I am building up my pupil base again after spending some time abroad.
In the spirit of the free practice of art, my lessons will be structured to gently guide but still give the student creative control. Music is about liberation, and my aim is to teach the student how to form and master their art.
I am an enthusiastic, young tutor and have experience working with people of all ages and abilities. I enter at the student's level and create engaging content to encourage rapid progression. I am personable and patient with an understanding, and personal experience of, additional needs - with proven effective strategies. My teaching style is always person-centred and reflective.
My teaching methodology is based on the saxophone technique and repertoire. I can teach from beginners to Bachelor students. If you want to get an incredible mark, if you want to get a place in your favourite music school, if you want to learn how to have fun playing the sax... I am the right person! My lessons can be of one hour, one hour and a half or half an hour.
I structure lessons to suit pupils, combining theory and practice to great effect. I have been described as extremely patient and helpful and am willing to try a variety of techniques to best aid the development of my pupils. I have a wide range of teaching resources which can be used to best fit pupils.
I am a freelance producer/engineer, currently working at Skyline Studios. I deliver training in music technology and studio techniques, so if you are an aspiring songwriter/producer or engineer and looking to further your skills please contact me. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Music Technology (Logic Pro). Music production (studio techniques) - Tell me about your qualifications.
Individually tailored tuition for all ages, beginner to advanced. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Piano, Composition, Theory, Musicianship, Songwriting and Music Technology (Sibelius, Cubase) - Tell me about your qualifications. Royal Academy of Music (Professional Certificate) Multiple prizes and awards. LRSM - How much do you charge? Fees negotiable.
Hi, well done for making the first step - studying music/languages is fulfilling and something which can benefit all areas of your life. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Music (violin, viola, piano, theory, history) and Languages (English and Spanish as a foreign language) - Tell me about your qualifications.
I am a medical student at Imperial College London. I have been tutoring young people for a few years now, with levels ranging from KS2 to A level who are preparing for their exams. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I tutor chemistry, physics, biology and maths for KS2 to AS level, with all examination boards such asked excel, OCR and AQA - Tell me about your qualifications.
I am an experienced actor, voice-over artist, musician, composer and acting tutor from London. I also currently sit on the audition panel for a prestigious drama school. I offer friendly and encouraging tuition for all ages and abilities. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I will help your Drama school audition preparation, with advice, monologue suggestions, and direction.
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Perfect! Really helpful with ideas to build up technique. The lesson was student centred and inspiring.
Perfect! Kurt is very knowledgeable and very enthusiastic. He will assess your level of ability and talk to you about what you want to do with your music skill (perform, play in a band, hobby at home, etc). He will then make a plan for the lessons. I...
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