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Susannah Groome Bournemouth, BH4
Gold Mark Harrison Manchester, BL4
Silver Harry de Moraville Bristol, BS6
Gold Mari Carmen Bristol, BS6
Gold Richard Colquhoun Bristol, BS6
Sara Woo-Sam BMus(Hons) Cambridge, CB1
Gold RLM Singing Lessons Cardiff, CF14
Gold Fred Scott South London, CR0
Stamatia Statherou Canterbury, Kent, CT2
Gold Helen Littlewood Broadstairs, CT10
Gold Fionagh Bennet Richmond, N.Yorks, DL11
James Henshaw Whitechapel, E1
Silver Sylvia Yee, Piano Tutor East London, E2
Marta Bochenek london, E7
Chiel Busscher Leytonstone, E11
Gold David Henry Walthamstow, E17
Gold Susanna Klayman Edinburgh, EH9
Philippa Rumsey Enfield, EN3
Gold Yiannis Christophides Barnet, EN4
Gold Stewart Wilson Glasgow, G31
Gold Sandra Burne Cheltenham, GL51
Katarina Đorđević Harrow, Middlesex, HA3
Carole Ann Lindsey Holmfirth, HD9
Silver Angelika Stangl Amersham, HP7
Silver Gareth Pr South Midlands/ SE, HP19
Gold Kim2187 Hessle, HU13
Gold Michael Park New Malden, Surrey, KT3
Gold Theodora Stamoulaki South West London, KT6
Gold nathanbritton Greater London, KT8
Gold Aaron Monteverde Epsom, KT19
Gold Ed Roberts Leeds, LS7
Bekki Gocher Manchester, M3
Gold Jessica Eccleston Manchester, M13
Gold Abigail EA Williams Manchester, M15
Adam Davies Manchester, M15
Gold Alistair Campbell Manchester, M43
Silver Lottie Greenhow Bedford, MK40
Silver Frances Israel Islington, N1
Firat Altay London, N4
Gold Marie Schreer London Manor House, N4
Gold Adam Cigman-Mark London, N6
Silver Alex Merritt London, N6
Liam H Highgate, N London, N6
Gold Ed Whitehead London, N7
Gold Stephen Pedder Crouch End, N8
Gold Tim Doyle London, N15
Steven Llewellyn, Guitar tutor Stoke Newington, N16
Gold Alex Paxton London, NW2
Gold Anne Marie Christensen North West London, NW5
Gold Aizhana Nurkenova London, NW6
Joe Sharp London, NW19
Ian Mayes Chichester, PO19
Gold Joseph Harris Henley-on-Thames, RG10
Silver CMcKechnie Sheffield, S11
Silver Mr Daniel Short MMus RAM London, SE1
Gold Alvaro G. Cortes Charlton, SE7
Gold David Dyson Greenwich, SE10
Gold Noemi Nuti London, SE10
Aston Wilson Lewisham, London, SE13
Silver Daniel Gooch Saxophonist Greenwich, SE13
Silver Kristin Sofroniou New Cross, London, SE14
Gold Freya Jacklin LONDON, SE15
Gold Samuel Bordoli London, SE26
Gold Hannah Northedge - VoiceCity London, SE27
Silver Daniel Joy Ware, Herts, SG12
Kate Symonds-Joy Ware, SG12
Gold Aimée de Gruchy-Lambert London, SM2
Gold Neil Doherty Southampton, Hants, SO15
Gold Miranda Sadek Eccleshall, ST21
Miranda Wirz Eccleshall, ST21
Gold Edward Farmer Central London, SW1
Anthony Friend London, SW2
Dr Geoffrey Govier South Kensington, SW7
Gold Julia Paskova London, SW7
Ning Hui See Kensington London, SW7
Gold Tom Harrison London, SW8
Christina Petrou Battersea, SW11
Gold Lois Au Putney, SW15
Silver Bryan Dadson London, SW18
Gold Will Buchanan Tonbridge, TN12
Silver Greg Staines, TW18
Gold Harry Winstanley London, W1T
Rhea Ranjan London, W1U
Andrada Maria Brisc Ealing, W3
Chris Schlechte-Bond Acton, W3
Gold J Preece Chiswick & Oxford, W4
Gold Michael Joel London, W4
Gold Alistair Bankier London, W9
Gold Juan Rezzuto West Kensington, W14
Gold Markella London, W14
Gold Michelle C Perry Wolverhampton, WV6
Silver Imogen Clarke York, YO10

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Tom Harrison Saxophone Teacher (South West London)

Tom Harrison Gold Member

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I am a keen and passionate performer and instrumental teacher. I take great pride in imparting knowledge and skills in a logical, concise and digestible fashion.
Which subject(s) do you teach?
I mostly teach saxophone and flute. I am happy to teach a range of genres and idioms - mostly Jazz or Classical, but also Rock, Pop and Blues. I also teach Piano, Oboe, Clarinet and Jazz Theory/Composition to all ages and ability levels.
Tell me about your qualifications.
I have a Masters degree in Jazz Performance (MMus) which I received from Trinity College of Music in Greenwich. Before that I read Jazz Studies at Leeds College of Music for my undergraduate degree, earning a 1st class honours degree. I majored in both performance and composition and alongside saxophone, studied flute and clarinet.. As a music professional, I have received numerous awards from organisations including EMI, Arts Council England, The Leverhulme Trust and Jazz Services; In 2011 I was shortlisted for both the Peter Whittingham Award for Innovation in Jazz, and a London Jazz Award.
What kind of experience do you have?
I currently hold two professional posts at educational institutions. I am Head of Woodwind at a prep school in Wimbledon, as well as a tutor of woodwind at a large public school. I have worked for the council and borough run music services, and have led a huge range of courses including Wider Opportunities programmes, orchestras and jazz clubs at school and in the community. I have led workshops in improvisation as part of national touring projects, and have successfully applied for Arts Council Funding to support my projects.

As a performer I started as a child. I initially started playing piano at the age of 5, followed soon after by the oboe at 7. At 8, I joined the Cathedral Choir in my city, and was later made Head Chorister. I was also principal oboe in the city's Youth Orchestra. At 18, I started my study of the saxophone, which quickly became my principal instrument before applying to study jazz at music college. I also play flute, clarinet and guitar. Since graduating I have given performances in a huge range of festivals, venues and concert halls across the country, including broadcasts for both national television and radio.

I have taught privately for a number of years, teaching both individuals and groups, including as part of the Wider Opportunities programme in Central Manchester. I have prepared students for entry to music college, ABRSM exams, GCSE assessments, various auditions and public performances.
How much do you charge?
I currently charge a rate of £40 per hour for all enquiries made through The Tutor Pages. I charge the same fee for all instrument/lesson types. This fee includes reasonable travel expenses, which can be discussed or clarified after further enquiries have been made.
Where do you teach?
I am based in South-West London, including Kensington, Putney, Richmond, Wimbledon and Westminster, but am willing to travel to most locations in Greater London. I am equally willing to teach from my own home, or travel to students houses to teach. Please do get in touch to discuss this further.
When are you available?
I am available throughout the year, including school holidays. I am flexible throughout the working week and weekends, and am happy to commit to regular lesson times, or flexible hours. Please don't hesitate to contact me to discuss specifics.
Which ages and levels do you teach?
I have experience of teaching all ages and ability levels. I have a great deal of professional experience teaching Primary School age children, but equally have led workshops aimed at tutoring undergraduate level music students and adult learners. I design fluid lesson plans, and tailor my lessons to suit the individual needs of each student. Enthusiastic students are always welcome, no matter what their age or ability.
Which qualifications do you prepare your students for?
I quite happy to prepare students for any type of qualification, be it ABRSM/Trinity Guildhall graded exams, GCSE or A-Level performances or auditions for music colleges.

I believe that students of music should never feel pressured into taking graded exams, as it is not the right solution for everybody. I fully endorse the exam system; for some students it provides an excellent yardstick to measure their progress, however for others it can be a hindrance. Music lessons should always build confidence, develop musicality, and ultimately result in the creation of beautiful music.
Do you have an up-to-date DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service, formerly CRB) Certificate?
Yes.
Describe your arrangements for online tutoring.
I have experience teaching instruments on Skype, and can be contacted on here.
Where and with whom did you train?
I trained at Trinity College of Music for my Masters Degree (MMus) and at Leeds College of Music for my undergraduate qualifications. I have studied with a great number of today's leading performance artists and jazz musicians. These include;

Martin Speake
Mornington Lockett
Julian Siegel
Mark Lockheart
Dave O' Higgins
Do you have a personal message for students?
Music should always be fun, whether you are auditioning for a place at a music college, or just playing in your living room! Relax, perform and enjoy yourself!