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The benefits of learning flute or recorder

Learning flute or recorder has many more benefits than meets the eye. I recommend younger...
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Always practise success

Whilst studying flute at music college I sat in on a masterclass given by Geoffrey Gilbert. I...
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J. J. Quantz's 'On Playing the Flute'

J. J. Quantz's On Playing the Flute is one of the most important works in the history of flute...
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A Cross Cultural Musical Adventure

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

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    I'm an experienced and dedicated tutor and I really enjoy helping my students to progress musically. My lessons often centre around making music together, as this is one of the most rewarding and enjoyable aspects of playing an instrument.
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    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 experience on the flute.
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  • Flute Playing, Breathing and Posture.

    Cara Garton Flute Teacher (East London) Picture In my experiences as a student and also as a teacher, attention to breathing and posture should be at the core of everything. It is my belief that having a natural posture and being aware of what the body is doing at all times is essential to developing a solid technique, and helps with the...
  • Tips for playing scales

    Alexandra Middleton-Holland Flute Teacher (Sheffield) Picture Scales can be really tricky to master but here are a few tips that my students have found helpful: 1. Practise your scales with a metronome. You can start off really slowly and build up your speed each week. This method keeps your finger work even and neat too! 2. If you are having trouble...
  • Learning an instrument: a musical journey

    Rebecca Carson Flute Teacher (North West London) Picture In my opinion, everyone is musical and anyone is capable of achieving great results if they are willing to put the time and effort in. The beauty of music is that it is so personal. The way we relate to music completely differs from person to person, and the way we deliver it comes from a much...

 

  • Importance of playing in a band or orchestra

    Katherine Edrupt Flute Teacher (North London) Picture Time and time again I come across students who have mastered the notes in their set pieces, memorised their scales like a robot but STILL struggle with sight-reading and rhythm. My advice to you: JOIN AN ORCHESTRA OR BAND! It's the best thing you will ever do. Playing in a group forces you to...
  • Steps to Piccolo Success!

    Lois Nicoll Flute Teacher (South East London) Picture Ever wondered how to bridge the gap between the Flute and Piccolo? It's a tricky thing to do when you're faced with a piccolo part for the first time when you're so used to the flute - the piercing sound, the embouchure, the "am I too loud?" factor... sound familiar? Hopefully this article will...
  • The Importance of Practice

    Lindsey Ellis Flute Teacher (Bromley) Picture When learning a musical instrument, there are obvious important factors to consider, such as having a good instrument and taking regular lessons with an inspirational teacher. However, something often overlooked is the importance of knowing how to practise effectively and committing to do so...