Flute Lessons in Wiltshire (including Salisbury, Chippenham and Trowbridge)

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  • Eleanor Nichol Brislington, BS4 Gold Member

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    from £28.00/hr View Profile
    I am an enthusiastic and friendly teacher based in the South Bristol area. I aim to provide a fun and positive environment for learning no matter what your ambitions in music are. All ages and standards of pupils are welcome.

    Distance from Wiltshire: 27.5 miles

  • Rachel Wright Abingdon, OX13 Silver Member

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    from £30.00/hr View Profile
    My teachers have greatly inspired me in a variety of different ways; I hope to pass some of that inspiration to you!

    Distance from Wiltshire: 38.4 miles
    I can travel to Wiltshire

  • Bhavandeep Stephenson Central Gloucester, GL3 Gold Member

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    from £26.00/hr View Profile
    Note: Bhavandeep has availability for lessons both during the daytime and in the evening from the end of July. Please get in touch if you are interested in a trial lesson (27/06/18).

    Distance from Wiltshire: 39.2 miles

  • Kumi Preston Branksome, BH12

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    from £26.00/hr View Profile
    I simply enjoy playing music. Of course we sometimes need to practise hard, but it becomes a pleasure when we achieve the level we want. I just want to help my students to enjoy music.

    Distance from Wiltshire: 39.7 miles

  • Cherie Portchester, PO16 Gold Member

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    from £24.00/hr View Profile
    Patience and being understanding are probably my best qualities for being a teacher. That's not just what I think but a number of my pupils and pupils' parents have told me so. A sense of humour in the right situations can also be productive. Lots of people are good musicians but not all of them have the patience to teach people who struggle with the subject. I know from personal experience from when I was a child that the more someone shouts at a person who is trying hard but finding something difficult, the harder it becomes for that person to do well. That doesn't meant that I will be too soft with anyone messing about but am understanding towards those who are keen but not naturaly gifted in music.

    Distance from Wiltshire: 47.2 miles