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We all love music; it holds a power that very few things can hold in life. It can evoke memories, push us to dance, move us to tears, bring joy in the best of times and comfort us in the worst. It issomething very few people can live without. Often as listeners we are powerless to it and yet there are those us who can wield its power and make it live through us in a way that cannot be imagined; we call ourselves musicians and I can tell you as one who has played for nearly ten years, performed in countless bands, written numerous songs and has earned a First Class Bachelors Degree in its study I could not begin to express how great my life has been because of it and how much of close friend music has become.
The Glasgow School of Music offers a wide range of music lessons available at all levels, taught by highly passionate, experienced, and motivated teachers. You will be able to learn a wide range ofinstruments to further develop your skills, for exam purposes, or for your own enjoyment.
Amped Up Music Academy is an independent music school in Doncaster that provides one to one and group lessons on instruments such as the guitar, drums, piano, bass, keyboard and vocals. All ages andabilities are welcome.
If you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced student we have the tools and experience to enhance what you have and provide you with much more. Contemporary music demands one to grasp various stylesfrom all lands and times. This in essence is what we aim to do; to literally open up the great and vast world of music. If you love jazz, classic, hip hop, rock, blues, funk or any contemporary style and want to master these styles we have the skills, experience and resources for this to happen.
We are a friendly music school based in Harrow (Greater London). Our aim is to provide a coherent, complete and enjoyable music education to infants, children, youngsters and adults who wish to learn,share and enjoy the beautiful art of music. Run by Musicians and Music Pedagogues, The Beethoven Music School attempts to fill the gap in a system that is renowned for its excellence in its higher studies. However, an institution that lacks structure in a pre-undergraduate level.
Al Pascal Music was founded by Alex Paschali 10 years ago who has been teaching and playing music for over 15 years (see biography). Al Pascal Music is a company that believes in making music lessonsfun, in reaching students' goals and in obtaining results. Whilst inspiring pupils to reach their aims, Al Pascal Music has always believed in a friendly service to enhance tutor pupil relationships.
Creative Music offers music tuition in guitar, Drums Piano and Electronic Keyboards (synthesisers) for all ages and abilities. All of our main classes are group based and 45 minutes long. We teach interms that run parallel with the Spring, Summer and Winter school terms. All lessons are held in 3 dedicated tuition rooms above our shop in London Road, Sawbridgeworth.
Peterborough Music School, incorporating Yamaha Music Point (YMP) is a unique facility in the heart of Peterborough, the first and only one of its kind in the area. We are a dedicated Music School &Drama Group offering tuition on a range of instruments, as well as vocal, drama and dance lessons for people of all ages and abilities. Peterborough music school teaches rock and pop music to properly accredited and recognized standards.
I have been playing both electric and acoustic guitars for a number of years now and have built up quite a nice collection. But I still remember the excitement, as a beginner, of playing my firstproper chord, then I learnt a riff or two and it's snowballed from there ever since. Initially you don't need a guitar or any special equipment if you want to learn and I'm happy to jam with students of all ages - young or old. Just come along for a FREE FIRST LESSON just to try it out!
I started playing the violin when I was four years old. Born into a musical family, it was only a matter of time before some sort of musical instrument made its way into my hands. My first teacher wasmy mother. As I progressed through the early grades, I played the violin in the school recorder group and performed at many school events. At the age of 9, I started Saturday lessons at the Kent music centre in Maidstone.