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Music Is So Much More Than A Listening Pleasure

I remember when I was about 12, my friends Paul and Gary, the twins from across the road were...

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What is the point of being a musician?

If you suffer from pre-show nerves, like so many other performers, you might benefit from asking...

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Dalcroze: Supporting Instrumental Learning

Emile Jaques-Dalcroze initially achieved fame as a composer. He was of French Swiss origin and...

How the Alexander Techinque can help musicians

I believe there are two equally important matters in our musical development: skills and...

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  • Kate M Munn Ealing Broadway, W13 Gold Member

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    Music is great fun and deeply rewarding at every level. Musicianship, creativity and method are the three key factors in all of my teaching, through which I serve to bring my pupils greater enjoyment, self-expression and musical understanding.
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    Music is the mediator between the spiritual and the sensual life. ~Ludwig van Beethoven
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    I am a classically trained singer who is a dedicated teacher for all ages and abilities.
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    I have been teaching at St. Helen's School for Girls, Northwood for many years and also I free-lance with professional orchestras in the UK.
  • Daniel Friend Central Norwich, NR2 Gold Member

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    I am a professional trumpet, piano, and trombone teacher, as well as composer and performer. I love teaching music, communicating an invaluable skill and helping others to learn. I teach all styles of music including classical, jazz, funk, and pop
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    I am an enthusiastic, experienced and holistic teacher based in central London. My aim of teaching is to help my students to understand music and make them to be able to express their own music.
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  • Establishing Practice Habits in 4 Steps

    Jernej Albreht Musicianship Teacher (South East London) Picture We all like to see results as soon as possible, but sometimes some things take longer than anticipated. Especially when we are trying to improve a particular part of our playing, such as smoothness of intervals or articulation flexibility, it is important that we strive to establish good...
  • Practice Makes Music Perfect

    Susanna Fairbairn Musicianship Teacher (Slough) Picture It's taken me a long time to figure out how to practise. At home, all on my lonesome, without my teacher. In my opinion, this subject is not broached enough in the classroom, music lesson, or college. Why is this, when it is one of the most important aspects to progressing as a musician? I...
  • Why Do We Learn To Play An Instrument?

    Veronica Dowdeswell Musicianship Teacher (Uxbridge) Picture Why do we learn to play an instrument? Well, obviously for enjoyment ……. but what are the benefits of learning to play a musical instrument? A few years ago at a Parents Evening, I remarked to a parent how delighted I was to hear in the staffroom that his son's Maths had improved so much during...


  • 'Interview with the Kuijken Brothers' - D.Bruggen

    Miriam Kaczor Musicianship Teacher (East London) Picture The role-model question remains very popular among interviewing panels. Be it teaching, an audition, a bursary interview, there hasn't been a time I wouldn't get asked to name a person I look up to the most. So I'd go through the ever-growing list in my head without ever being able to settle on...
  • Music Is So Much More Than A Listening Pleasure Editor's Pick

    Dave Brown Musicianship Teacher (Sheffield) Picture I remember when I was about 12, my friends Paul and Gary, the twins from across the road were getting their brand new shiny Eko guitars in the mid 70’s; Paul had a 6 string and Gary had a 12 string version. I remember thinking just how cool those instrument were. I begged my mum for a guitar,...
  • Practising Music: What Motivates Us To Improve?

    Nat Harding Musicianship Teacher (East London) Picture The typical course of musical development is a well trodden path. A student learns the basic techniques of an instrument, learns the basics of notation, then sets about working their way up the grades. Learning by heart the particular scales for each grade, memorising the three pieces that their...