Individual and group Suzuki violin lessons for age 3+ with enthusiastic teacher.Wallington (Sutton) SM6. More about the Suzuki Method at (concealed information)
- Which subject(s) do you teach?
Music - Violin.
- Tell me about your qualifications.
Suzuki Certificate (level 5) - European Suzuki Association Teaching Diploma.
BMus (Hons) in performance from The Royal Northern College of Music - Olive Zorian Scholarship holder
Music Mind Games Certificate Unit 1 and Unit 2
- How much do you charge?
£21 half an hour individual lesson
£12 hour group lessons (held on Fridays in Purley CR8)
- Where do you teach?
Lessons are held in Wallington, just opposite the station.
Group lessons are held in Purley just off Highfield road.
(Both individual AND group lessons are compulsory weekly in this studio)
- When are you available?
Please enquire for individual lessons
Group lessons are held after school on Fridays
- Which ages and levels do you teach?
3+ - All ages and levels welcome; Beginners to Advanced.
- Which qualifications do you prepare your students for?
Suzuki Graduation, ABRSM, Guildhall, Diploma. GSCE, and A-level performance. Any other wanted qualifications please enquire.
- Describe your arrangements for online tutoring.
Skype - for intermediate to advanced students only. Please enquire. Initial consultation compulsory.
- Do you have a personal message for students?
Please contact me for a free no obligation consultation lesson. The Suzuki Method is a fun, innovative way for children to learn music, achieving extremely high standards of violin playing and guiding character developement and concentration skills in young children. It will be new, fun and educational experience for both parent and child.
- What kind of experience do you have?
Aside from teaching pupils of all ages for over 8 years, I am also a British Suzuki Institute (BSI) accredited teacher (level 5 - ESA diploma). I also took 4 teaching courses whilst at the Royal Northern College of Music, and have been trained in Unit 1 and Unit 2 in Music Mind Games (a fun, innovative way of learning music theory).
- Do you have an up-to-date DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service, formerly CRB) Certificate?
- Where and with whom did you train?
Royal College of Music (Junior Department) - Miriam Morley
Royal Northern College of Music - Leland Chen and Steve Wilkie
British Suzuki Institute (teacher training) - Heather Clemson
Music Mind Games (teacher training) - Michiko Yurko (Creator of MMG), Elizabeth Cunha
- Do you belong to any professional organisations?
British Suzuki Institute
London Suzuki Group
- Tell me about some of your current students.
I currently teach a number of children, mostly beginners from ages 3 - 16, and also some beginner to slightly more advanced adults. I teach privately in Wallington, in schools, and with the Suzuki Hub in Hoxton.
• BMus (hons) Performance: Royal Northern College of Music
• British Suzuki Institute (BSI) accredited teacher (lvl 3)
• enhanced CRB
• British Suzuki Institute (BSI)
My daughter, age four, especially enjoys Kimberley's group lessons;
the classes are fun and varied and she has unending patience with all
the children. On our first visit to the Bryanstan Suzuki course
Kimberley made us feel so welcome that it made a significant
difference to our enjoyment of the week.
Kimberley has taught our 4 and 6 year old boys to play the violin for the last 1-2 years. She is a truly excellent teacher and makes lessons fun. Our children have progressed well under Kimberley's guidance and we would definitely recommend her as a teacher.
The Suzuki experience with Kimberley is a delight. Her patient yet robust style gives the children the confidence to learn properly. She develops a close relationship with the children, using innovative methods to encourage them. There's no corner cutting when it comes to her approach yet there is always a sprinkling of fun. Kimberley's love of music and of teaching is evident. She is extremely supportive to the parents and the end result is a happy enthusiastic child experiencing the joy of making music.
Kimberley is very nice. She knows all the pieces and practices every day then comes to teach us. Kimberley is a good teacher. She tells me when I'm doing something wrong and helps me to fix it. Lessons are fun, especially the group lessons. I give her a big hug at the end of the lesson.
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