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|AL Hodgson||Weybridge, KT13|
|Dave J Ford||Perth, KY14|
|Joann Kerrigan||Worsley Manchester, M28|
|Dan Lipman||London, N1|
|Alice Nicholson||Newark/ Nottingham, NG23|
|Andrew Freidin||Oxford, OX3|
|Ben Mallinder||Winchester, SE10|
|Benjamin Copeman||Winchester, Hants, SO24|
|Sam Healey||Altrincham, WA14|
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- Personal Message
- Playing a musical instrument is one of life's greatest satisfactions!
1) is FUN
2) makes friendships
3) builds confidence
4) slows down the aging process (my personal theory, please don't quote me to your GP!)
- Which subject(s) do you teach?
Music Technology / Music Production
- Tell me about your qualifications.
- Other than music O and A level I have no formal music qualifications.
- What kind of experience do you have?
- I have just over 25 years experience as a professional saxophone / flute player and 5 years playing clarinet, with 10 years teaching experience.
I have performed,recorded and toured with a diverse range of traditional and contemporary artists including world tours with Bjork and Bryan Ferry. I am performing regularly in groups of various musical influences in and around London and pursue my own musical development by daily music study, instrument practice and composition.
I have co-written and produced 2 highly acclaimed albums plus various remixes all with major label releases.
I have taught Music Btec National Diploma, levels 2 and 3 ,have worked on community arts/music projects and give private instrument tuition. I therefore have a broad knowledge of teaching practices and requirements from the formal to the non formal sector. I encourage my students to practice regularly and can direct students to comprehensive practice resources appropriate to their skill level
Community teaching has given me experience of working with children and young adults of multiple ethnicities,diverse cultural backgrounds and specific learning difficulties.
- How much do you charge?
- £35 per hour for teaching from my home in Newington Green. £20 per half hour. Group discount applies
£40 per hour if traveling to a students home. £30 per half hour. Group discount applies
£50 reduction for block booking of 10 or more lessons.
- Where do you teach?
- I teach from home in Newington Green N1 and can travel to surrounding postcodes.
- When are you available?
- I am available daytimes Monday to Friday and evenings from Monday to Thursday.
- Which ages and levels do you teach?
- All ages,beginner to advanced
- Which qualifications do you prepare your students for?
- ABRSM grades 1 to 8
- Do you have an up-to-date DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service, formerly CRB) Certificate?
- My CRB has recently expired am in the process of renewing.
- Describe your arrangements for online tutoring.
- Do you belong to any professional organisations?
- Musicians Union / PRS / PPL
- Where and with whom did you train?
- Having started with school sax lessons from aged 11, within a year I was playing in a North West London Reggae band regularly performing live and recording.
From aged 15 to 17, I took 2 years of private jazz tuition from Stan Lord, a highly established saxophone performer and teacher. While helping to improve my technique and general music theory, he encouraged me to enjoy and emulate the music of the 'greats' such as John Coltrane,Charlie Parker and Sonny Rollins
I transcribed and learnt by heart many of their great melodies and solos and began joining jazz groups,expanding my repetoir to include popular standards of the mid to late 20th Century.
- Tell me about some of your current students.
- I currently teach 5 students - 3 saxophone, 1 flute and 1 clarinet, they are all of mixed ages and abilities,they have all been taking lessons from myself for over a year and are making steady progress.
- Do you have a personal message for students?
- Make sure you're playing on a reliable instrument. Practice habitually. Try for a solid half hour of concentrated effort,if you're really not in the mood even a few minutes of aimless noodling can be of some value.
Be patient with yourself,you will notice a gradual improvement with sudden breakthroughs which are very satisfying.
Don't be late for your music lesson! :-)
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