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BBC Proms the new Glastonbury?

The BBC Proms is, I think, the grandfather of all festivals. I have attended various concerts in...
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Benefits of Chamber Music

Perhaps the greatest joy of learning an instrument, at all stages, is the ability to play...
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Chamber music fanatic

"In chamber music the other player is always right." - so said the late Hans Keller and it is my...
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The Importance of Chamber Music

Chamber music is, at its most simple, playing with others in a small group. This can range from...

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  • Jana Cadez Amali Flute Tutor Hanover, BN2 Gold Member

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    There's a reason he called it 'The Magic Flute!' It is an instrument that can take you on a wonderful journey and a companion in life like no other!
  • Helena Ruinard Wimbledon, SW20 Gold Member

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    I am a professional violinist and teacher and love the diversity of what I do; each area of work feeds the other.
  • Owen Leech Crouch End, N8 Gold Member

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    As an active composer and performing musician myself, I always strive to ignite and encourage a deep longterm passion for music.
  • Dave Hornberger Didsbury, M20 Gold Member

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    Hello! I'm Dave, a freelance cellist. I teach people of all ages and abilities from my home in the heart of Didsbury Village.
  • Peter Mallinson Chesham, HP5 Gold Member

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    A lot of students think they'e not musical because their previous teacher advised them to give up. I can say right now that everyone has the ability and the potential, all it needs is some patient coaching from a committed tutor.
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    Hi everyone, I'm Raffaele, a keen cello tutor at the Royal Academy of Music Junior department.
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Chamber Music Articles

  • The 'Halfway House' that champions improvement

    Chamber Music Coach (Manchester) Picture Just a short article praising Chamber Music for its wonderful benefits...! Playing Chamber Music is the best way to improve your individual and ensemble playing. Fact. Why? Firstly, it is important to understand the term 'Chamber Music' as it sounds rather old fashioned. Chamber Music is 'Music...
  • Lessons

    Chamber Music Coach (South West London) Picture My aim in any lesson is to ensure you as the pupil have as much fun as possible. I believe this can be achieved by being very flexible as a tutor. I encourage playing with other people as much as possible. A good way of encouraging this is to play duets with pupils. This skill of playing with...
  • Music matters - and even more if YOU make it!

    Chamber Music Coach (North London) Picture Music is everywhere in our lives. Mostly perfect music, recorded and produced in a studio. Learning and playing a musical instrument can open a whole new world as it will change your view on music of any kind. From the moment on you make music by yourself, you are not just a consumer anymore -...

 

  • The wonders of the piano and chamber music

    Chamber Music Coach (North West London) Picture The piano is one of the most incredible musical instrument created by humans. It is one of the few which is completely self-sufficient, just as beautiful playing on its own as playing in bigger ensembles. Although mechanically speaking this instruments can't offer a perfect legato or a vibrato...
  • What is meant by the term “Minimalism”? Editor's Pick

    Chamber Music Coach (South East London) Picture Like “Impressionism”, “Minimalism” is a term borrowed from the art world. British composer and journalist Michael Nyman was the first to apply this controversial label to the music being created by the 1960s movement in America that was pioneered by La Monte Young, Terry Riley, Steve Reich and...
  • Pro Corda Chamber Music Courses

    Chamber Music Coach (Uxbridge) Picture I was introduced to Pro Corda when my teacher of the time suggested I apply as a means of an introduction to the world of Chamber Music. The course is run for young musicians in Leiston Abbey, Suffolk up to the age of 18 and is a great extra curricular activity to take part in. Whether you want...