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Making Music With Rough Sleepers

After spending almost a year running a music studio in the basement of a substance use homeless...
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The Fundamentals of Teaching Clarinet

Prior to the first lesson, the parents of the beginner child should be given guidance by the...
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The Benefits of Percussion Workshops

I have found that percussion workshops can be a fun and dynamic learning experience, which help...
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Music Performance: Philanthropy and Altruism

If we are to believe Aaron Copland (What to Listen for in Music) we listen to music in three...

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    Music is a gift: it is personal, a chance to communicate with others through song. My main instrument is voice but I also teach piano/keyboard/theory/composition, and I tailor my lessons to suit you.
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    **Brand new Spanish class for absolute beginners starting Thursday 12th April in Lancaster 8.30-9.30pm. Please get in touch for details.**
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    Music is here for us! Let's learn, share and create it together.
  • Y Jones Central Broxbourne, EN10

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    Music Teaching Diploma, Grade 8 Piano & Singing, Grade 7 Music Theory. Advanced level of International Chinese Teaching Certificate. Just keep smiling, and you can achieve anything.
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    Jazz and Classical piano lessons available to pupils of all ages and abilities. A creative, imaginative and encompassing approach with an excellent track record.
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    I'm a flute teacher based in London with 15 years experience of teaching all ages & abilities. I also enjoy a busy freelance career performing on modern & historical flutes.
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  • The Fundamentals of Teaching Clarinet

    Lydia Savory Music Workshops Teacher (Cardiff) Picture Prior to the first lesson, the parents of the beginner child should be given guidance by the tutor – in terms of the type of instrument and reed to purchase. Anderson supports this, by affirming: 'To get started, you need to have the right equipment to play the clarinet.' For a smaller child...
  • Making Music With Rough Sleepers

    Cleo Savva Music Workshops Teacher (South East London) Picture After spending almost a year running a music studio in the basement of a substance use homeless hostel in Westminster, I have realised the importance of the rebuilding of self confidence and self worth to the recovery of rough sleeping substance users. Rough sleepers are a group of people that...
  • The Benefits of Percussion Workshops

    Music Workshops Teacher (North West London) Picture I have found that percussion workshops can be a fun and dynamic learning experience, which help kids to be activated and proud of what they have achieved. The drumming has many effects on children. 1) encourages their creativity2) supports their personal expression and rhythmic coordination3)...

 

  • jazz workshops for education

    Music Workshops Teacher (Wolverhampton) Picture As a passionate jazz educator I feel that eduactional workshops are needed to reach people  who have little or no experience of jazz.  Workshops are an absolute must in getting young people's attention and making them realise what is on offer in our amazing musical country. We are living...
  • Music Performance: Philanthropy and Altruism

    Music Workshops Teacher (North London) Picture If we are to believe Aaron Copland (What to Listen for in Music) we listen to music in three different ways. The Sensual, the Expressive and the Sheerly Musical. Briefly explained, the sensual is an emotional reaction to the sounds we're hearing without necessarily taking in what's going on in...