Online Sibelius Tutors / Sibelius Tuition
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- Jack Bennett Sevenoaks, TN14
- Rachel Nicholas Hoylake, CH47
- Ben Mallinder Compton, SO22
- Joshua Davenport Peckham, SE5
- Dan Nicholson Tooting, SW17
- Charlotte Botterill Park Street, AL2
- Mark Harrison Farnworth, BL4
- Stamatia Statherou Boughton, CT2
- Gregory Emfietzis East Sheen, SW14
- Jane Salmon Shoreditch, EC1V
- Pedro Silva St. Pancras, NW1
- Andrew Nesbitt Stretford, M32
- John Dipper Wandsworth Common, SW18
- Nicholas Moroz Shepherd's Bush, W12
- Rachel Taverner BMus(Hons)LRSM Central Manchester, M4
- Peter Elliot Bushey, WD23
- Sam Miles Woodwind Teacher Willesden Green, NW2
- Tim Maryon Regent's Park, NW1
- Antonis Mikelis Edmonton, N9
- Firat Altay Harringay, N4
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- Personal Message
- When teaching, I like to create a friendly yet productive atmosphere where the pupils can learn at their own rate but also be challenged in a suitable way. I encourage musicality and creativity in lessons, whatever genre, to build a love for playing.
- Describe your arrangements for online tutoring.
- I can organize Skype lessons with a student if they're not a beginner.
- Which subject(s) do you teach?
- I teach Classical Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet and Piano. Saxophone to Advanced. Flute, Clarinet and Piano - Beginner to intermediate. I also teach Jazz Saxophone, Flute and Piano to an Advanced Level.
- Tell me about your qualifications.
- Last year I graduated from the Royal Academy of Music with a 1st class Bachelor of Music (Hons) where I studied woodwind. I also learn Piano and a secondary study at the Academy. I I have completed all musical grades on the saxophone and have had a lot of experience playing and teaching flute and piano.
- What kind of experience do you have?
- I have done many concerts in England and abroad using Sax, Flute and Piano. I have also taught pupils of many different ages for the last few years.
- How much do you charge?
- I charge £30 an hour + transport if the lesson is a large distance away. Group lessons will vary from £30-£60 depending on the amount of pupils
- Where do you teach?
- I am happy to teach in the North-West of london for example Willesden Green, West Hampstead, Dollis Hill, Cricklewood, Kilburn, Gospel Oak, Brent and Camden Boroughs. I can travel to the pupils house if in zones 1-3
- When are you available?
- I understand that with constantly changing school activities and extra curricular activities sticking to one time a week can be challenging. So I am happy to be very flexible with times for lessons. Also if you prefer a regular slot, that is also fine.
- Which ages and levels do you teach?
- I am happy to teach any age. I teach pupils at the moment ranging from age 4 to 70.
- Which qualifications do you prepare your students for?
- Classical Grades and Qualifications varying on the instrument. I also prepare students for Jazz grades through ABRSM and Trinity. I would gladly teach rock school as well.
- Do you have an up-to-date DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service, formerly CRB) Certificate?
- Yes, I have an up to date DBS certificate
- Do you belong to any professional organisations?
- I belong to Incorporated Society of Music as well as the Musicians Union
- Where and with whom did you train?
- I Recently graduated from the Royal Academy of Music with 1st Class Honours. I have also received lessons from Trinity College of Music (London). I studied with teachers such as Julian Siegel, Iain Ballamy, Stan Sulzman and Gareth Lockrane.
- Tell me about some of your current students.
- My current students are a broad mix of ages and levels from beginning adults to highly skilled children. They are all very different people with different personalities so I try to change my teaching to suit their individual needs for example, if the pupil has had a particularly hard day then we can work in a different way so they don't become too tired.
- Do you have a personal message for students?
- I believe that students should alway find time to have fun and be creative on there instruments as well as doing their designated practice. I believe if you have fun with your instrument you are more likely to enjoy practice and feel more motivated to pick it up.
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