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Tutors in SE postcode

Sarah Lewis London Bridge, SE1
Bethia Hourigan Blackheath, London, SE3
Gold Tom Gamble London, SE3
Gold Katarina Marcinger South East London, SE4
Gold Samuel J Freeman Denmark Hill, SE5
Gold David Dyson Greenwich, SE10
Gold Teodora Ilieva SE London, SE10
Vinnie Greenwich, SE10
Alan Stones Vauxhall, London, SE11
Silver Daniel Gooch Saxophonist Greenwich, SE13
Gold Karl Penney London, SE13
Silver Kaja Bjorntvedt London, New Cross, SE14
Ruth Nelson South East London, SE14
Silver Freya Jacklin London, SE15
Gold Danusia Adamska Woolwich Arsenal, SE18
Gold Hollie Macdonald MMus ABRSMDip Crystal Palace, SE19
Gold S Craigen London, SE23
Gold Samuel Bordoli London, SE26

Tutors travelling to SE

Gold Dominika Feher Redbridge, London,, IG1
Emily Askew Wandsworth, SW18
Gold Tom Corin East London, E15
Joana Ly London, W12
Gold Duncan Strachan Maida Vale, London, W9
Michael Pearce St John's Wood, NW8
Calum Zuckert Earl's Court, SW5
Chiel Busscher Leytonstone, E11
Gold nathanbritton Greater London, KT8
Caoimhe de Paor Hackney, E9
Gold Daniel Broncano North London, N15
Gold Peter Mallinson Chesham, HP5
Gold Edyta Lajdorf London, W12
Tim JH Anderson London, NW6
Gold Andreas Papapetrou London Turnpike Ln, N15
Phillipa Thomas East London, E16
Gold Ben Mallinder Winchester, SO23
Gold Steven Dodsworth Croydon, CR0
Gold Derek Dobbins Bexley, DA15
Gold Yan Lee London, NW10
Gold Christine Zerafa London, SW3
Gold Lucy Andrews Central London, SW19
Gold Gloria Toplis South-East London, BR3
Gold Ross Learmonth Willesden Green, NW2
Gold David Hardwick Putney, SW15
Mikhail Shilyaev MusicAListers South London, SW2
Dylan Kirby London, N16
Gold Malcolm Gullis Battersea, SW11
Gold John-Paul Muir Bloomsbury, London, WC1
Gold Sophie Crawford London, SW18
Gold Simon Gilkes Paddington, W2
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Online Tutors

Gold Matt Krening Manchester, M5
Natasha BA (Hons) Peterborough, PE4
Gold Martin Rowberry Sutton Coldfield, B75
Afrodita Kathmeridou MMus Edinburgh, EH12
Kieran White York, YO10
Gold AL Hodgson Weybridge, KT13
Gold Theodora Stamoulaki South West London, KT6
Gold Liviu Popescu Dudley, DY1
Gold Olga Stezhko London, W11
Gold Valerie Albrecht London, W12
Katarina Đorđević Harrow, Middlesex, HA3
Michelle Zhou Putney, SW6
Gold Steven Dodsworth Croydon, CR0
Gold Sarah Manship South West London, SW17
Gold Christin Wismann London, Pimlico, SW1V
Gold Thomas Kay Seven Sisters, N15
Silver Aron Rozsa London, NW10
Gold Gabrielle Amelia Ridgeon Newbury, RG14
H Mclatchie London, W3
Jun Piano Lessons Kensington High St, W8
Gold Gregory Emfietzis Richmond, SW14
Ning Hui See Kensington London, SW7
Gold Maciej Burdynowski London, TW1
Luke Fraser Stoke Newington, N16
Matt Mockford Cardiff, CF5
Silver Daniel Joy Ware, Herts, SG12
Gold Daniel Broncano North London, N15
Gold nathanbritton Greater London, KT8
Gold Christopher Poffley Felixstowe, IP11
Gold Marie Schreer London Manor House, N4
Andrada Maria Brisc Ealing, W3
Silver Andrew Connington Teddington, TW11
Chiel Busscher Leytonstone, E11
Gold Ada Witczyk London, SW7
Gold Daniel Friend Yoxford, IP17
Gold Andrew Kwan Harrow, Pinner, HA5
Rachel Wick Muswell Hill, N10
Gold Carla Sabater London, N22
Mikhail Shilyaev MusicAListers South London, SW2
Luis Mota Tufnell Park, N7
Gold Melissa D'Arcy Stoke Newington, N16
Gold Adam Harvey Chippenham, SN15
Gold Duncan Strachan Maida Vale, London, W9
Gold Eliot Darwin Sheffield, S6
Gold Stephen Daltry Mortlake, SW14
Andy Hooley Bracknell, RG12
Sara Lane Rees Warwick, CV34
Gold Matt Buswell Chiswick, W3
Gold Simon Gilkes Paddington, W2
Gold Ben Mallinder Winchester, SO23
Gold Peter Mallinson Chesham, HP5
Gold James Gregory Voice Lichfield, WS15
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Kaja Bjorntvedt Piano Teacher (South East London)

Kaja Bjorntvedt Silver Member

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I am an experienced and professionally qualified music teacher who enjoys passing on my skills, may it be within piano playing, composition, theory or aural.
Which subject(s) do you teach?
I teach Piano performance - from classical, contemporary, chord symbols, jazz and improvisation, as well as accompanying.
I also teach composition, theory, aural and musical knowledge. I tend to mix these subjects if desired, and tailor my lesson plans to suit the individual.
Each year I organise a student concert at a local venue where all students who wish have the opportunity to perform for invited guests.
Tell me about your qualifications.
Having played the piano and studying music since the age of 8, I finally ended up completing my Masters in Composition at Trinity College of Music in 2009.
I also have a Bachelor (Hons) in Performance of Arts, Classical piano - from Leeds College of Music.
LTCL Diploma in instrumental teaching; piano - from Trinity Guildhall
Trained accompanist - with Julian Cima
A-levels in Music, Drama and Dance - from KPVGS, Norway.

Through having some of my compositions included in the Trinity Guildhall Graded Exam Syllabus, and doing recordings for the ABRSM Songbooks, I have gained first hand valuable experience and knowledge in how the exams works and how to prepare for them in the best possible way.

When taking my LTCL Diploma in instrumental teaching, I studied various methods of music education, such as the Suzuki method, the Piano Adventures Method, Indian methods (to sing everything before playing it), the Kodály Method as well as both the British exam boards; ABRSM and Trinity Guildhall.
I draw on a variation of methods to suit the individual needs of my students, and I enjoy finding the best of all styles to make a suitable combination.

I normally make a half year plan for each student with suggestions of repertoire, technical exercises, and which other areas to focus on. This is done together with the student to allow them to take part in their own learning process. For most of the students, also the younger ones, this is a fun process as well as giving them a clear goal to work towards. For the students who wish to take exams, we thoroughly study all the aspects of these; the sight-reading, scales and arpeggios, aural, improvisation and theory.
What kind of experience do you have?
I am a performing, composing and teaching musician. I started teaching at a young age and see my teaching as an important part of my music career.
I have now over 10 years of teaching and musical directing experience, teaching all ages - one-to-one tuition, as well as group teaching. I focus on performing skills alongside composing and appraising skills, as well as musical knowledge and understanding. I have also been involved in teaching groups and running creative workshops and masterclasses, and I am experienced in putting pupils in for exams, writing reports and organizing student concerts.

My background from a mixed performance setting allows me to draw on different inspirations to encourage and motivate my students. As an active performer, I am also passionate about teaching how to perform as well as understanding how to reach your full potential aided by good practicing tools and routines. In my company, Midnight Orange Productions, we create and perform work mixing music, movements and other art forms, alongside running creative workshops and sessions. I have performed, and had my music played in venues such as Kings Place, Sadler’s Wells, The Place, Blackheath Halls and other locations in London. My music has also been played at The Norwegian Theatre, Svelvik Theatre, and The Grieg Music Academy in Norway, and has been broadcasted on Norwegian National Radio. My music is published by Musikk-Husets Forlag in Norway, and amongst my publications are a series of books with piano pieces for six hands.

See my websites for more information.
How much do you charge?
I teach from home and my standard rate is £35 per hour or £30 for 45 min.

In the first lesson we will discuss and establish what to study, how to do it, what material to use, what to work towards etc., and then take it from there. I fit my teaching around the student's needs and we will find material to use that one can both enjoy and progress from.
Where do you teach?
I teach from home in New Cross Gate / Telegraph Hill, SE14. I also teach for a few companies and schools.
When are you available?
Daytime and evenings (weekdays), preferably daytime but we will find a time that suits both of us!
Which ages and levels do you teach?
Beginners to advanced, all ages! I also prepare students for exams and auditions, up to Diploma level.
Which qualifications do you prepare your students for?
I enjoy teaching music for the sake of music, and not only for the sake of obtaining a specific grade. But if desired and when suitable, I put students in for either
Trinity Guildhall Graded Exams,
as well as auditions and other exams and concerts.
Do you have an up-to-date DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service, formerly CRB) Certificate?
I have a recent CRB certificate.
Do you belong to any professional organisations?
PRS for Music
IAWM - International Alliance for Women in Music
TONO - Norway's Performing Rights Society
Where and with whom did you train?
I trained as a classical pianist from a young age with Svein Frengan and Ernst Rolf. I then moved abroad to study with Julian Cima and Peter Whitfield at Leeds College of Music. After working freelance as a musician for a couple of years, I then started my Masters in Composition at Trinity College of Music in London to study with Andrew Poppy, Errollyn Wallen and Alwynne Pritchard. I also studied with Stephen Montague, Dominic Murcott and Pete Saberton (jazz piano).
Tell me about some of your current students.
My students in general have a steady progression and enjoyment of the lessons. They have a good knowledge of the piano and how to study an instrument.
Do you have a personal message for students?
As a teacher I tailor my lessons to suit the individual needs of the student and I encourage them to explore different ideas such as improvisation, composition and general musicianship. I enjoy passing on my knowledge and to provide opportunities for all pupils to achieve their full potential within music.

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