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Cello Teacher in Chiswick - Emma Vidgeon

Emma Vidgeon Cello Teacher (West London)

Emma Vidgeon Gold Member

  • Chiswick (W4) View on map
  • Last Logged In: 14 Mar 2018
  • Sex: Female
  • Can Travel To: Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham, Richmond upon Thames
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  • Professional Qualification ARCM DipRCMperf.
  • Professional Qualification ARCM
  • Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS, formerly CRB) Check I have a current DBS
  • Professional Membership Musicians Union


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Personal Message
I am an experienced cello teacher to all ages from beginners to anyone who has learnt previously and wants to take it up again!
Which subject(s) do you teach?
I teach the cello.
Tell me about your qualifications.
I studied at The Royal College of Music in London where I gained a diploma in teaching and performing.
What kind of experience do you have?
I am a professional freelance cellist having worked all over the world and in the UK. I also teach in several prep schools as well as offering private tuition.
How much do you charge?
I am happy to give a 30 minute free consultation at my home.
I charge £50 per hour for adult tuition.
£45 per hour for children, and £35 for 45 minutes.
Travel cost TBC
Where do you teach?
I generally prefer to teach at home in Strand on the Green/Grove Park as I have a keyboard and plenty of space! I am happy to discuss coming to you depending on where you live.
When are you available?
I am very flexible with lessons and generally stick to school terms, after school, Saturday morning.
Which ages and levels do you teach?
I teach very young children - 7 years and upwards, to adults who can be beginners or anyone wanting to improve/reignite their former skills!
Which qualifications do you prepare your students for?
I can prepare students for ABRSM exams, auditions for youth orchestras or university.
Do you have an up-to-date DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service, formerly CRB) Certificate?
I have an up to date DBS
Do you have a personal message for students?
Keep Calm and play the Cello!