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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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A Cross Cultural Musical Adventure

After many years of orchestral playing in the Hallė in Manchester, a period as a mature...

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Listening to get the most out of playing!

It seems obvious, as music cannot exist without sound and hearing, but many of my pupils...

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Tips for memorising music

Some people wonder what the best method is to memorise pieces of music. I believe the best way...

Fresh Articles

  • 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 (South East 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...
  • Does mental practice help musicians or not? Editor's Pick

    Sirius Chau Flute Teacher (South West London) Picture I was introduced the idea of 'Mental Practice' when I got to music college. It is definitely a fabulous idea, not just because it saves much of your time when you might be sitting in the practice room but practising nothing, but it also prevents over-practising and therefore reduces the chance of getting hurt. For me, although I...
  • Useful Flute Links: Sheet Music, Magazines etc

    Alice Bancroft Flute Teacher (Sheffield) Picture Sheet Music You can buy sheet music and accessories in Sheffield. However, if you want something quickly that isn't available at local shops I recommend Jonathan Myall Music. They are flute specialists. If you phone in the morning and what you require is in stock it should come the next day. Alternatively, you can order from them...

Flute Teachers

  • Flavia Hirte

    Flavia Hirte Picture I am an enthusiastic young musician and teacher, keen to adapt to any individual need, interest and standard of my pupils.
  • Ffion Dafis

    Ffion Dafis Picture I am an experienced and professional saxophonist. I have performed in a range of diverse ensembles and am fluent in many genres such as classical, jazz, rock and folk.
  • Helena Kay

    Helena Kay Picture I am currently studying alto saxophone on the BMus Jazz course at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
  • Hannah Black

    Hannah Black Picture I have recently graduated from the Royal Academy of Music with Distinction in flute on the MA programme. I am a passionate and enthusiastic teacher who is dedicated to sharing...
  • Siobhan Stone

    Siobhan Stone Picture I'm a creative and friendly tutor with a love of music. My lessons centre around making music together, because for me the collaborative aspect of music-making is the most...
  • Dave J Ford

    Dave J Ford Picture ‘What’s your favourite band’ is one of my first questions. We listen to something & work out a rif, or chord sequence, for you to play. Your practice involves you...
  • Stephanie Andrews

    Stephanie Andrews Picture **I am currently fully-booked and unable to take any new pupils**
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