I started learning the piano at age 8 and have been playing ever since! Although I was classically trained in piano, I am happy to teach and experiment with all musical genres.
In the early learning stages I have a number of different lesson books that I utilise along with some of my own teaching strategies and will help pupils learn at their own rate. Everyone is different and my lessons are adapted accordingly.
I can teach complete beginners or any level of previous learning.
My preferred exam boards are the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) of whom I am a member, and Trinity College London. I will also assist pupils in preparing music for school exams and performances, or those who are choosing to learn specific pieces. There is never any pressure to take an exam.
I am able to play accompaniments or duets for exams or other performances.
I started learning the flute in school at aged 10. Along with playing on my own I also enjoyed participating in orchestras and wind ensembles and encourage everyone who plays an instrument to take part in group playing at every opportunity.
In the early learning stages I have a number of different lesson books that I utilise along with some of my own teaching strategies and will help pupils learn at their own rate. Everyone is different and my lessons are adapted accordingly. I prefer to teach lessons individually for this reason, but would consider small preexisting groups or family groupings of similar ability level.
I teach music theory alongside both piano and flute lessons, and believe that it is a crucial component of learning a musical instrument. For those pupils who want to undertake theory exams, I can teach up to and including grade 5 theory.
Lessons cost £35 per hour which includes work set and marked between lessons. These can take place either in person or online.
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