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The Importance of Breath Control

Good breathing or breath control is the fundamental basis of good flute playing. The first thing...

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Does mental practice help musicians or not?

I was introduced the idea of 'Mental Practice' when I got to music college. It is definitely a...

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Music Exams - Advice to Parents!

How much should my son/daughter be practising? Just because a pupil has been entered for a...

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Why Do I Need to Practise?

Frequent practice is crucial if a pupil is to progress. Practice helps a pupil to...

Fresh Articles

  • Music is Play: the Importance of Improvisation

    Katy Ovens Flute Teacher (South West London) Picture  There is an unmistakable magic to making up a story on the spot for a child. The landscapes, characters, smells and sounds that take form and live in your imagination are all brought to life through the transportation of words. You may have a vague idea of where the story might go but ultimately it is the spontaneous inventions of...
  • How Yoga Can Help Your Flute Playing

    Elizabeth Marr Flute Teacher (South East London) Picture As part of my Masters Degree which I have recently completed I had to do a Master Research Paper.  The topic I chose was if and how yoga can be used to benefit flute playing with specific interest in the effects on posture and breathing.  What I have found has been a revelation to me and my flute playing has definitely seen a...
  • Three Points of Good Teaching

    Vicky Yuan Flute Teacher (North West London) Picture There are three key areas that I think are important when considering how to be a good teacher. A good teacher must endeavour: To understand and build up a good relatioship with their student The teacher should get to know their student's personality and build a good relationship with their student. Once needs patience and care as...
  • Taking Up An Instrument

    Hollie Macdonald MMus ABRSMDip Flute Teacher (North West London) Picture Flute Lessons : Taking Up The Flute Children: It sounds obvious, but a student needs to be big enough to hold the flute, which is why so many teachers recommend the starting age to be 8 years old (can stretch to 7 years if the child can manage it)! A bad experience struggling to hold a flute can obviously hinder a child's first...
  • Tips for Efficient Practice Editor's Pick

    Helena Gourd Flute Teacher (North West London) Picture Practice makes perfect! Or does it? During my time at music college, I spent much of my time practising in a small, windowless practice room whilst the birds whistled outside and normal, civilian life continued. Practising is, of course, necessary but we can save a lot of time by knowing how to practise more efficiently. I could have...
  • A Holistic Approach to Playing the Flute

    Jane Fisher Flute Teacher (South West London) Picture I like to adopt a "holistic" approach to my teaching. Tone quality, posture, finger technique and breath control are all extremely important. When a student is starting to learn a new piece, I like to integrate these in the following manner: I will help the student find patterns in the music (such as scale and arpeggio fragments,...
  • How to start out as a young flute player Editor's Pick

    Ruth Leech Flute Teacher (Portsmouth) Picture Over the the years I have listened to many flute teachers discuss the best time and way to start playing the flute. As a student at a private school I was privileged to play a lot of recorder during my junior school years, including playing treble recorder in a consort group, which taught me so much about breathing, tonguing and...
  • Flute Beginners - Useful Information

    Rachel Shirley Flute Teacher (Sheffield) Picture If you or your child are thinking about playing the flute, there's lots of information out there - this is a quick summary of some of the most useful sites for flute beginners. Just Flutes are a great shop and site for everything to do with flutes. Their tips on choosing a beginner flute are a really good place to start if you're...
  • What to look for in buying your first flute

    Emily Hewson Flute Teacher (Stockport) Picture There are many different ways to buy a flute – eBay, 2nd hand shops/websites, private sellers, music shops or auction houses. With your first flute, it is a good idea to go to a music shop to buy a flute which they can guarantee has been fully serviced.  Another reason why this is a good idea is because you will need to talk to...
  • Nurturing wellbeing through music

    Ruth.flute Flute Teacher (Harrow) Picture I believe that each one of us has a musical voice and this sounds our emotions and helps us connect with each other. I feel that our health and wellbeing is nurtured by expressing our inner creativity through music. I hope to transfer my passion for flute and music to each one of my students and feel that each person should be...

Flute Teachers

  • Claire Lilla

    Claire Lilla Picture If you are looking for a teacher to support, encourage, motivate and inspire, please get in touch... I am passionate about opening up new worlds of knowledge for my students,...
  • Ingrid v B

    Ingrid v B Picture Highly experienced teacher of flute, piccolo and theory giving lessons in South-West London.
  • Udita Everett

    Udita Everett Picture Flute & Recorder Tuition (Dip.Mus.Vienna). I am a friendly and very patient teacher. I love teaching both children and adults of all ages. My rates are reasonable, and I can...
  • Katie Cochrane

    Katie Cochrane Picture I am an Oxford-based singing and flute tutor passionate about helping pupils get the most enjoyment out of their singing and playing.
  • Tim Farnhill

    Tim Farnhill Picture Hi! I am an experienced and highly qualified musician with a passion for teaching. I am very happy to teach all ages and all standards.
  • Daniel Mawson

    Daniel Mawson Picture I'm a jazz and classical clarinet and saxophonist based in Manchester with a wide spectrum of musical experience: orchestral, solo, folk and pit playing where I also have...
  • Jeffrey Whitton

    Jeffrey Whitton Picture I am a professional teacher who has been teaching for many years in South West London and am author of the book The Art of Practising the Piano (Stainer and Bell) which has...
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