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Robin Thornton's Teaching Philosophy

Teaching Philosophy   Those that can, do.  Those that can’t, shouldn’t.  Those that can...
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Around The World With Music and Song

I've been teaching children's workshops now for over 17 years. I think one of the most popular...
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jazz workshops for education

As a passionate jazz educator I feel that eduactional workshops are needed to reach people ...
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The Benefits of Percussion Workshops

I have found that percussion workshops can be a fun and dynamic learning experience, which help...

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  • Anthony Marsden Edgbaston, B15

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    I am a professional Jazz singer and Vocal Coach. I am a dedicated and enthusiastic teacher who works specifically to each students needs. I work in a lot of different styles including Pop, Jazz, Soul and Folk.
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    I offer calm, effective and challenging lessons by adapting to the needs of each individual student, no matter his/her age and level!
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    Classical Piano distinction Grade 8. BMus Jazz Performance (1st). Toured with Jessie Ware, Ella Henderson, John Newman, Pixie Lott. Accompanist for 'The X Factor'. Taught for 2 years at Reigate Grammar School (before relocating to Brighton).
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    I am a professional singer and bass player. I have been singing for 9 years and gained my BA in Music Studies in 2010. I really enjoy teaching and helping people to discover their voices.
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    I am a graduate from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts BA (Hons) Musical Theatre Course, since graduating I have been working as a professional actress, singer and drama, singing and music theory teacher.
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    I am a professional singer/actor and singing teacher with 8 years of teaching experience. My lessons are always learner-centred: I want to help students achieve their potential, develop good vocal technique and enjoy themselves!
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  • Around The World With Music and Song

    Creative Tutor Music Workshops Teacher (South East London) Picture I've been teaching children's workshops now for over 17 years. I think one of the most popular workshops that gets requested are the ethical music and storytelling ones. I think this is usually to fill a criteria for Black history month or word book day or some similar date/celebration. For...
  • The Benefits of Percussion Workshops

    Music Workshops Teacher (North West London) Picture I have found that percussion workshops can be a fun and dynamic learning experience, which help kids to be activated and proud of what they have achieved. The drumming has many effects on children. 1) encourages their creativity2) supports their personal expression and rhythmic coordination3)...
  • Robin Thornton's Teaching Philosophy

    Robin Thornton Music Tutor Music Workshops Teacher (Aberdeen) Picture Teaching Philosophy   Those that can, do.  Those that can’t, shouldn’t.  Those that can do, and can share it, teach!   That is my philosophy in a nutshell.  The phrase above is justified because,   I have a four Grade 8 Certificates, a Teaching Diploma and Degree in Music I have...

 

  • jazz workshops for education

    Music Workshops Teacher (Wolverhampton) Picture As a passionate jazz educator I feel that eduactional workshops are needed to reach people  who have little or no experience of jazz.  Workshops are an absolute must in getting young people's attention and making them realise what is on offer in our amazing musical country. We are living...
  • Music Performance: Philanthropy and Altruism

    Music Workshops Teacher (North London) Picture If we are to believe Aaron Copland (What to Listen for in Music) we listen to music in three different ways. The Sensual, the Expressive and the Sheerly Musical. Briefly explained, the sensual is an emotional reaction to the sounds we're hearing without necessarily taking in what's going on in...