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The Benefits of Studying Music

There are many benefits of studying a musical instrument; from improving basic maths skills, to...
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Music For Now And For Life

Whilst I was growing up, I was constantly playing some sort of musical instrument. I started on...
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Musical games and aural training in music tuition

Recently I have taken on some new music students whose previous teachers did not teach them...
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Teaching in Secondary and Higher Education

Nowadays, Secondary Education is not having its best moment. Students don't want to learn and...

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  • Andrew Littlewood Roundhay, LS8 Gold Member

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    Hi there! Just get in touch for a chat about how I can help you learn any aspect of music tuition. I can help you whether you are an absolute beginner flute player or a diploma flute student.
  • Jenni Hogan Catford, SE6 Gold Member

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    I am an experienced musician and teacher with a passion for both performing and teaching; I provide fun and exciting lessons tailored to each pupil, whether you would like relaxed, fun lessons, or slightly more pressure to progress swiftly.
  • Katie Jones Clapham Common, SW4 Gold Member

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    I am an experienced piano teacher based in Clapham. I studied Music at Cambridge University and now teach piano and french horn, from beginners to advanced, ages 6+.
  • Trudi Garth Central Rugby, CV22 Gold Member

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    My name is Trudi Garth and I've been professionally teaching and performing music both in the UK and abroad for over 24yrs.
  • Sean Gilde Cradley Heath, B64 Silver Member

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    I am a 'cellist with many years of teaching and performing experience. I have taught for music services, schools - both independent and mainstream - and privately. Students that I teach range from absolute beginners to diploma candidates.
  • Rob Guitar Clapton, E5

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    Hello there potential future students! My name is Robert Marenghi. I have been teaching guitar, ukulele, keyboard, percussion, song writing and meditation to people of all ages for around 15 years. I guarantee productive and fun lessons!
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Key Stage 3 Music Articles

  • The Benefits of Studying Music Editor's Pick

    Katie Jones Key Stage 3 Music Tutor (South West London) Picture There are many benefits of studying a musical instrument; from improving basic maths skills, to teamwork skills. Music, whether playing a Bach chorale or your favourite pop song, brings enjoyment to performer and listener. When performing music in an ensemble, children gain a strong awareness of...
  • Musical games and aural training in music tuition

    Key Stage 3 Music Tutor (Harrow) Picture Recently I have taken on some new music students whose previous teachers did not teach them aural. This is a sad omission. Of course the very phrase aural training does sound daunting, and other half-rhyming words include boring and awful. Even substituting the term ear tests sounds rather...
  • Teaching in Secondary and Higher Education

    Key Stage 3 Music Tutor (South East London) Picture Nowadays, Secondary Education is not having its best moment. Students don't want to learn and dislike their subjects. What´s happening then? Is it a "new-generation" problem? After years of study and teaching and hard work during a Masters course studied in Spain, I would say that we are not in...

 

  • Music For Now And For Life

    Key Stage 3 Music Tutor (West Central London) Picture Whilst I was growing up, I was constantly playing some sort of musical instrument. I started on the cello at aged 8, and moved on to play the flute, double bass, piano and all recorders. It was a huge part of my growing up, and gave me a large number of skills that I have been able to transfer...