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How to achieve more from your trumpet practice

This is a system I have devised to help musicians achieve better results from their regular...

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Breathing Exercises for Brass Players

I often get asked "What is one thing that I can do to improve my playing overall, that doesn't...

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Principles of Teaching Essay 2013

"I find teaching beginners really dull. The pieces are so easy and don't demand any real...

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Mindfulness and Music

Recently I have discovered the benefits of mindfulness and meditation and how these can be...

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    I am a professional Trombonist with 6 years of experience teaching brass privately, in schools and for Hounslow Music Trust. My lessons aim to inspire and motivate students to reach their full potential in a relaxed environment.
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    Hello and a warm welcome to my page. I am an experienced teacher of all brass instruments, theory and academic music lessons, teaching students of all ages and abilities.
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    I am a freelance musician from London and Birmingham. I have had experience teaching all age ranges, meeting the pace and style that each student requires. I can give teaching and support for any ABRSM or Trinity examination.
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    I am currently studying at the Royal College of Music and enjoy a busy playing career as well as teaching.
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    I am a freelance trombonist and experienced instrumental teacher. Please have a look through my profile and don't hesitate to contact me.
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  • Mindfulness and Music Editor's Pick

    Gabriel Dias Trumpet Teacher (South West London) Picture Recently I have discovered the benefits of mindfulness and meditation and how these can be powerful tools for musical practice. As a musician it can be easy to find yourself trapped in thoughts that stop you from practicing our instrument effectively. When trying to master a new skill or piece,...
  • National Children's Orchestras of Great Britain

    Mr Matthew Palmer Trumpet Teacher (Bolton) Picture The National Children's Orchestras of Great Britain is an organisation very close to my heart. I was a member of the orchestra myself from the ages of 10 to 12 and it gave me my very first taste of playing in an orchestra, it also sparked my love for classical music. The Orchestra, founded in...
  • What I have learnt from teaching observations

    Katie Smith Trumpet Teacher (South East London) Picture Here's a list of things I have learnt from observing other teachers' lessons: Important to get the student engaged quickly at the beginning of the lesson. This can be through games or through a warm up. In group lessons, aim to keep the focus on the whole room and try to avoid concentrating...


  • Inspiration: What it is and where it can be found

    Louis Barclay Trumpet Teacher (Bromley) Picture As with any subject or activity, a young person might take up a musical instrument for a number of reasons. They may have heard a piece of music on the radio that they took to and wanted to be able to play it; their parent may have organised music lessons for them in an attempt to aid a broader...
  • What Principles Are Best For Teaching Beginners?

    Ben Rodney Trumpet Teacher (North West London) Picture When teaching a beginner it is vitally important to establish a clear set of principles from which to base the teaching process on. Setting out a clear structure in which a student can feel comfortable and challenged by, can prove extremely important to the teacher-student relationship, and to...
  • Different kinds of lessons

    Katherine Hart Trumpet Teacher (East London) Picture The very beginning of learning any instrument is the most crucial time of all. By having individual lessons you can benefit from one to one mentoring and guidance. It is then a good idea to get involved in bands.  For example brass bands, wind bands and choirs to help promote sight-reading,...