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.
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Established for over 10 years, many of our teachers have over 20 years experience in their particular field of music tuition. We can offer our students: piano teachers, guitar lessons, woodwind andbrass tuition, vocal coaching and singing teachers, drum lessons, trumpet lessons and violin tuition. Browse our full range of music lessons and tuition fees or contact us for further information.
Stave House is a method of teaching children to read, write and play music. It uses a magnetic board and magnetic characters to represent the notes on the stave, and the children learn musicalnotation through stories, games and songs. My mum, who is a music teacher, has been teaching Aaron and Tabitha using the Stave House method since the beginning of the year. Over the Easter holidays we borrowed the kit so that the children could show me what they've been learning.
We now have a new keyboard and piano department offering lessons in small groups of up to 5 students. Children from 5 years old and adults can all learn to play a musical instrument at their own pace.The Guitar School has been running for more than 7 years and is committed to providing affordable music education for the local community. Most types of music are covered on the classes and you will be learning to play by using the techniques of the great players such as Hendrix, Slash and Clapton.
Rachele enjoys performing and teaching a range of repertoire. Her performance experience ranges from productions of Henry Purcell's Opera 'Dido & Aeneas' to recitals of jazz music by composers such asJerome Kern, Cole Porter and George Gershwin. Other professional experience includes performances with the close harmony trio 'Sorority' and as part of a duet in West End Cabaret. Rachele teaches Singing in various schools in Essex and London, and teaches a variety of musical styles and genres.
I teach students of all ages and abilities and plan lessons according to your own goals and what you want to get out of your learning. Whether this be to gain ABRSM grades, help with school exams, orsimply for the enjoyment of the instrument, together we will accomplish these aims and have a lot of fun along the way. I am a great believer that you need to enjoy the instrument you play in order to be successful at it.
Nigel Chapman Piano is based in Chelmsford providing private piano and music theory tuition as well as school curriculum lessons at various primary schools. The company is in its sixth year ofbusiness and since inception has built up a strong client base (over 5o private clients). Over 100 ABRSM piano and music theory exams have been passed by clients under the direction of Nigel Chapman.
Musicolour Drum Tuition offers one to one drum lessons to beginners and intermediates. From the comfort of our teaching studio, we use a unique system to teach you how to play the drums. Each lessonis also individually tailored to your needs and the way you learn, making things work for you! This method of learning has proven to be extremely effective, makes better use of your time, and is what sets Musicolour drum lessons apart from others.
My name is Lorraine Migliorini. My parents found me my first piano teacher, a blind man who sadly is no longer with us. His lack of sight was invaluable to me; he honed my musical 'ear' to a very highstandard whereby I can listen to a piece, play it and then re-write it, if necessary, at different levels. A most useful tool for all standards and abilities of pupils who are craving to play their favourite tune, especially teenagers undertaking GCSE/A level in this subject.