Trusted teacher: Specially designed music lessons aimed at young learners. My person-centred approach ensures that your child is learning at their own pace and exploring a varied repertoire of musical styles. My objective is for your child to gain a strong theoretical basis and prepare your child with the foundations they need to continue their personal development and progression in music. Music helps build courage, determination and discipline, as well as providing a creative and rewarding outlet for your child to express themselves. I aim to transform them into happy and skilled musicians who have the capabilities to pursue music further.
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Trusted teacher: Composition is one of most exam boards requirements for GCSE and A-level Music. In particular, to write a piece ranging from 2 - 3 minutes in length for either solo or chamber groups of instruments. I am majoring in composition at university and I specialise in tutoring music for students taking GCSE and/or A-level, having studied and taken these A-levels through the AQA Exam specification. Composition may appear overwhelming and it is my aim that my students will be able to find the beauty in writing music and being able to cope with the stresses of writing music; by equipping them with both the necessary skills of writing music, but also how to push through the various challenges that come with it (And perhaps most importantly, how to achieve excellent marks for your coursework)! If you also want to know simply how to write a piece of classical music, write a song or even if you're just starting out in writing music, you've come to the right place! Let's get you writing some music!
Music theory · Music composition · Music theory lessons
Marcos - Chelsea£52
Trusted teacher: I am a graduate of the Royal College of Music in London, where I lived since 2009. Individual lessons enables me to tailor and adapt my teaching to every pupil's needs; helping them to learn the repertoire or skills that each individual requires. I cover styles such as classical, contemporary, pop, jazz and film music. I have prepared and entered pupils entry exams/auditions of conservatoires and music colleges of Spain and Europe as well as for composition competitions as I have won more then 30 awards myself and have been adjudicator of some composition competitions. I was also a professor in the Music faculty at Madrid's 'University Centre TAI', the Trinity Music Academy in London and The Conservatoire of Barcelona
Music theory · Music composition
Trusted teacher: Are you interested in learning the piano? I will teach you the basics of playing the piano and tell you where and how to improve. This course is specifically for people that are new to piano, as I am able to guide them to improve quicker. Recommended level is grades 1-4 I have achieved a merit in Grade 8 ABRSM Piano, and I have been taught for over 10 years
Keyboard (music) · Music theory · Piano
My name is Juan Ignacio. I'm a multi-instrumentalist, guitar technician, music tutor and producer/mixer. I have 23 years of experience as a guitarist, 18 years teaching guitar and repairing/building stringed instruments for 16 years. I've composed music under the name of SEE YOU IN A BEAT, for all different kinds of audio visual media productions, including advertising campaigns for Samsung, Coca-Cola, MasterCard, Nesquik, Avon and Breil. I have worked as a music tutor for different music agencies including: London Music Centre, London School of Music and Musiko Musika. I've delivered guitar lessons at Spotify (Charing Cross Office), different primary schools and kinder gardens. In 2018, I taught Brit Award-Winners Bastille how to play the traditional Argentinian rhythms. BIOGRAPHY Juan was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina. At the age of nine he started teaching himself how to play guitar, bass, keyboards and drums; before joining local bands and performing around the country. After studying sound engineering at the Universidad Nacional de Lanús, he worked as a live sound engineer and separately on a number of music productions in his home studio. He also trained as a luthier/guitar technician, building and repairing stringed instruments alongside his father, using his surname Diaco as a brand. In 2014 Juan moved to London to develop his skills and connections. His passion and commitment to music led him to working at guitar repair workshops around the capital city, including Camden Town and the well-known Denmark Street. Here he repaired guitars for artists like the legendary Jarvis Cocker (Pulp), Mercury Prize-winner Michael Kiwanuka, Grammy-winners Mumford & Sons, and King Krule. He later taught Brit Award-winners Bastille how to play the traditional rhythms of his home country. At the same time, he played with a host of different bands as a guitarist, and even busked around town. Juan was hired to work as a guitar technician at Abbey Road on live recording sessions. During this period spent in the studio, mastering engineer Wharton spotted Juan’s potential and encouraged him to focus more of his attention on writing, releasing and performing his own material.
Music theory · Bass guitar · Guitar
Trusted teacher: Classes at home or online for all levels and all ages. You wish: - start or deepen your playing on the piano or guitar - learn to improvise with your instrument - deepen your theoretical knowledge. - play Jazz or Pop - start producing music on a computer. or tablet I am a pianist, music producer RnB, Pop, HipHop, Lofi, Nudisco etc… with a strong jazz background and 9 years of experience as a music teacher. I would love to show you new horizons, teach you how to play your favorite songs without sheet music, and create the music you love. The courses are in French, English or German. Knowledge of an instrument is not necessary to start producing music.
Music theory · Jazz music · Piano
Trusted teacher: Learning how to play the piano is a relaxing activity that can be taught from the age of 6. They can learn their favourite disney songs or even start doing formal exams if they are up for the commitment. Whilst learning how to play the piano, they can also learn a valuable skill of reading written music.
Piano · Children's music · Music theory
Trusted teacher: I specialize in tutoring piano, keyboard, music theory, music history, music composition and orchestration. My lessons vary according to the student, so nobody gets tired or frustrated. There is always a reward for good work and with very low pressure levels there is always progress and success.
Music composition · Music theory · Piano
Trusted teacher: Dynamic and enthusiastic flute teaching from an undergraduate student currently studying at the Royal College of Music. Offering flute lessons around London from complete beginners to advanced pupils. Music theory lessons are also available up to Grade 8 level.
Music theory · Transverse flute
Trusted teacher: I have been playing the violin and piano for over 20 years now, graduating in 2015 from the Royal College of Music with a first-class bachelor's degree in violin performance, and have recently started an Advanced Diploma in Performance at the Royal Academy of Music. I have performed extensively all over the UK as a soloist, most notably as a strings finalist on BBC young musician of the year, and at the Battle Proms concert series to audiences of up to 12,000. I've also delved into the Folk world a little and was on tv for the BBC Radio 2 folk awards as part of Jim Moray's band! I started officially teaching at 17, coaching local teachers more advanced students. From there I became Professor Berent Korfker's private assistant at 18, teaching his younger students from the Purcell School and alike. Being able to work with such talented students was extremely inspiring and excited me to start my own class with complete beginners on both violin and piano. I now have a hugely mixed class in both ability and age (4 to over 50!) with a 100% pass rate in their exams. My approach has always depended on the student's age, ability, and character. For younger students, I incorporate games, with them often wondering how the lessons finished so quickly! I like to create a fun environment for musical development where questions are encouraged, and all students are taught how to teach themselves and apply techniques learned in the lesson to the practice room.
Music theory · Piano · Violin
Trusted teacher: I am a classical singer who developed many artistic skills and I am ready to share them with you! Classical technique can be the basis for any type of vocal genre. My goal is to find an individual key to each student and provide a personal approach to every type of voice. The plan will vary depending on different levels of student, but mainly will be focused on discovering your true voice, vocal warm-ups, practice patterns, interpretation and character of the piece, language coaching, physical engagement of a singer. Language coaching: Due to my cultural exposure, I had an opportunity to learn multiple languages and I am fluent in Portuguese, English, French, Italian and Spanish besides native Ukrainian and Russian.
Music theory · Music history · Voice (music)
Trusted teacher: I specialise in tutoring music from beginner level to secondary school, having taught in the classroom up to IB and A Level music. I have taught composition and music technology coursework in these higher level studies and have had students attain a place at Oxford University to read music. No matter if you are a performer, composer, or academic musician, a solid grasp on music theory is extremely important. I have taught theory from beginner to advanced level and can tailor lessons to specific needs. I am a freelance composer and producer outside of tutoring and love to provide lessons for those who share the same enthusiasm for this creative process. The focus will be on honing composition and production techniques and refining the musical language of the artist. Even for beginner-entry creators, learning this at the start would be excellent for development.
Computer generated music · Music composition · Music theory
I offer classes for beginners of guitar, bass, piano, drums, music theory, and music production. My aim with these classes is to give the freedom of expression through the instrument and the knowledge of music to the student as soon as possible enough to be able to jam comfortably with friends at first and add the most complicated subjects once established confidence and passion, I often use music and philosophy to explain each other during lessons cause I'm really passionate about both and I personally often used music rules to compared to real-life to understand the way they both works. I have a studio where I can give my lessons, especially for drummers and a piano at home if you don't have one. If the student has the instrument and a place where to have lessons I'm also up to come to that place to let the student be in its comfortable environment.
Song writing · Music theory
I am an award-winning violinist based in central London, currently completing my Bachelor degree at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. I come from Poland and began playing the violin at the age of 6. I have performed in many countries, both solo and in orchestras and various types of ensembles (duos, trios, quartets). My teaching methodology is based on an individual approach to each student. I always try to combine working on technique and basic theoretical knowledge (to understand the music better) with showing the beauty of music. Every student has different needs, therefore I can help with both preparing for various kind of exams or just learning how to play for fun and pleasure. I am a positive and patient person. My goal is for my students to simply enjoy playing. Languages: English and Polish
Music theory · Music theory lessons · Violin
Trusted teacher: Beginner up to Grade 4, Trinity College and ABRSM syllabus. I qualified to teach classic/electric guitar up to Grade 8 (Trinity, ABRSM, RockSchool), along with Bass guitar up to Grade 5, singing up to Grade 5, and piano for beginners up to Grade 2. I can also teach music technology, sound design and audio editing. I'm specialised in using Cubase (v. 7 to 10), and I have good competences with Logic Pro and ProTools. I love teaching because I find amazing seeing students progressing and achieving great results, but more than that, I do my best to pass on them my enthusiasm and passion for the subjects I teach...as I see the learner as an explorer, who constantly needs to be motivated by curiosity!
Music theory · Piano · Keyboard (music)
Trusted teacher: Music forms a great soundtrack in this journey called life, and as a passionate musician and a versatile music teacher, my aim is to inspire others to develop their talents and appreciate the joy of music. With over 15 years of experience, I teach singing, guitar, music theory, and music production to students that are eager to learn and broaden their skills. My main goal is to create tailored lesson plans to match the needs and ambitions of every student, as we are all different and most importantly we learn in different ways. Whether you’re a beginner or you already play and sing and want to refine your skills, I will teach you the basics all the way through to mastering what’s needed to become an accomplished player and musician. I will guide you through the areas that you need to improve while also showing you how to make the most of your talent. My lessons are customized to your objectives so why not get started the first lesson. This enables us to get to know each other and figure out the next steps in your musical journey. Please get in touch and hope to hear from you soon.
Music theory · Guitar · Singing
Alexandra - Cosham£35
Trusted teacher: For as long as I can remember, I loved music. I have successfully completed my BA degree and Mmus in Singing Performance My passion for music started at an early age with piano lessons. which was the start of my academic path in music. I successfully completed my ABRSM Grade 8 exams both in piano and music theory. Theory of music was always a great interest of mine and the thought of passing my knowledge through tutoring excites me. I am familiar with the long practice and study hours in order to achieve perfection. I have a very good knowledge of the piano ABRSM syllabus and feel very confident I can transfer this knowledge over to an interested student. I teach piano and theory of music based on the ABRSM syllabus, however, if the student wants to focus on a specific topic I am happy to do so. I am also a singing teacher in pop/jazz music.
Music theory · Singing · Piano
8 years+ experience. Tailor-made sessions. Confidential, including complimentary initial assessment. Basic theory, GCSE, IGCSE, A-level. Regular homework and progress reports. Challenging yet supportive. Basic music theory for those with no musical experience.
Ukulele · Bass guitar · Music theory
I just got my organ degree in july 2019 that allows me to teach organ music and his technique but also the basic technique of piano and his literature. I already have experience of private teaching from children of 6 years old to adults around 50 years old. During lessons I combine Theory of Music, Technique for playing the instrument with specifical exercises to develop it, progressive learning of music pieces from the classical and modern literature for the instrument. I assign homework after every lesson.
Music history · Music theory · Keyboard (music)
Trusted teacher: With a first-class degree in music and 15 years' experience of playing violin and piano, I teach violin, piano and music theory at all levels. Having also been involved in various outreach projects in schools and nurseries, I am an experienced music tutor and base my lessons around the love of music whilst improving technical skills and musicality. I have played in orchestras across the world, including for the Victorian Youth Symphony Orchestra (Melbourne, Australia), the University of Manchester Symphony and Chamber Orchestras and at venues such as the Royal Albert Hall (London, UK) and the Birmingham Symphony Hall (Birmingham, UK).
Violin · Piano · Music theory
I’m a professional musician who studied on the highly regarded jazz course at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance; whilst at Trinity I also studied Flute with members of some of London’s prestigious orchestras. I've performed all over London at well known venues like Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club and The South Bank Centre but also played around in the city in jazz clubs like Kansas Smitty’s and Olivers. As well as performing in London I’ve played all around the UK and abroad at festivals such as the New Generations Festival in Florence (playing with American jazz artists such as Dominic Farinacci and Dan Tepfer). I’m also a highly experienced and regard teacher having taught all the way from university level to primary school. My teaching adapts to the pupil after we identify the areas we want to and wish to work on but also aspects of playing i think you need to improve or will be good to work on. I can also provide theory lessons
Music theory · Jazz music · Saxophone
My name is María Rodríguez. I am a 24-year-old Spanish girl who is going to live in London from March to June and in Spain I teach piano initiation classes since I studied until the 5th year of a higher degree at the Conservatory of Music of Elche. I have a piano at home but now in London I cannot dispose of it, so I move to my home. I am specialized especially in introductory classes to children and in my classes I like to also teach a few minutes of musical theory since it seems necessary for the good evolution in piano learning. Music is to enjoy! Write me for any questions. Maria Rodriguez
Music theory · Piano
I have taught throughout all the levels of the Education System in the UK from primary school years at different counties to the Postgraduate level at five different universities. My professional equipped studio sets in glorious surroundings ONLINE LESSONS AVAILABLE!! Everybody Welcome! the only request is enthusiasm.
Drums · Music theory
If you have been looking to pick up a pair of drumsticks for the first time ever, or if you used to play the drums and feel like getting back to it, or even if you feel like you've hit a plateau on your drumming and are not sure how to take it to the next level... I want to help you. I am passionate about music and drums and I am also very excited to pass on the knowledge I've acquired over all these years. As I currently have the chance to take on a few more students, I am happy to teach people of all ages and levels, as I'd love to inspire more people to play music, be it as a dream or just a hobby. My lessons are light and fun, but educative and will help you reach your goals. The topics I cover range between learning songs, rudiments, coordination, reading, even music theory if you'd like, and anything else you have in mind (the philosophy behind creativity and drumming is definitely on the table!). If you have any questions, don't hesitate in asking. I will get back to you as soon as possible! Nuno.
Music theory · Drums
I am a professional opera singer, currently studying a Master's at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Having performed numerous operas, oratorios and song recitals, I have a in depth and far reaching knowledge of the classical vocal repertoire and a good command of the musical theatre repertoire. Whether you are using it professionally or for fun, I am a strong believer that establishing excellent technique is essential to developing a voice. I work from the premise that no two voices are the same and I tailor lessons to suit my students. We will work on technique, repertoire, interpretation and, where appropriate, language skills. Together, we can work on building a healthy voice and compiling a book of repertoire to help you prepare for exams or recitals. The aim of a lesson is to achieve vocal freedom, which will allow the student to approach repertoire healthily and confidently without fear of the voice giving out. Whatever age, skill level or intention for using the voice, this will ultimately make singing more enjoyable! I have experience coaching choirs and working with young people, particularly with Cambiata North West. I have given masterclasses and singing days, most recently at Saffron Walden County High School. If you would like to organise a lesson, please do not hesitate to contact me via the details on the 'Contact' tab. During the COVID - 19 lock down and social distancing period, I will be teaching remotely via Skype and Zoom. As well as singing tuition, I am also happy to tutor music theory and academic music programmes up to and including A-Level Music. For young people, the aspects of performance and study go hand in hand and I believe it is important to offer support in all aspects of music!
Music theory · Voice (music)