Peter has been teaching guitar full time for 15 years following a successful career in the music business that started as a teenager and spanned several decades. For many year he was a regularinstrumental and vocal performer at recording sessions, and on film, TV and radio. He has played at the Savoy, Dorchester, Inn on the Park and on the QE2. As a member of a leading society band Peter appeared at Kensington Palace, Woburn Abbey, Claridges and St. James Club for a Royal Wedding celebration.
I studied music and teacher training in Aberdeen, graduating with a B.Ed(Hons) Mus in 1993. My performance studies were in clarinet, voice and piano. I played saxophone in the college jazz band andsamba band. The picture shows me playing Balinese Gamelan at Dartington International Summer Music School which I went to for two summers during university on an educational scholarship.
Helen is passionate about personalising learning of any kind for the students who she teaches and this is at the heart of her teaching style. She loves interacting with young people and thrives on thechallenge of making learning inspiring and perfectly tailored for every individual. She prides herself on building strong working relationships with each and every student she teaches, in order to enable them to achieve their aims and goals.
Welcome to my site, I'm Charlie and I create free guitar video lessons, catering to a wide range of abilities, teaching anyone and everyone how to play. The amount of content added to this site isgrowing everyday. I offer private & group guitar lessons in the Guildford area, if you're interested check out some details here. I'm also offering sessions on Skype if you fancy learning guitar whilst sat on the beach! I have published two instructional ebooks, available on the Apple and Kindle stores.
I believe no two students are the same. We all learn in our own unique way and at our own pace, so I devise a piano lesson programme tailored to the individual's tastes and learning style. My lessonsare fun and enjoyable, and my aim is to make playing and learning the piano a rewarding and fulfilling experience. If you're looking to learn the piano, further increase your love of all things musical, or need a musician for your special day please do get in touch!
We teach, Guitar, Bass, Drums, Vocals and Band Performance from beginners upwards, ages 7 to 16. At PopRoX we utilise a song-lead teaching methodology whereby the children are taught how to play theirinstruments while learning a contemporary song. We cater for beginners upwards tailoring the lessons to suit the learning ability of the student.
We provide weekly music and dance classes for babies, toddlers and preschool children. Our approach is fun, funky and physical and we pride ourselves on being free spirited and relaxed. Our classesand children's parties are packed with music, movement, rhythm and dance. Our curriculum is carefully designed to develop and stimulate children at every stage, with age appropriate games and activities focused on promoting key skills.
Rachel started playing the piano aged 7, joined her first choir a year later, and has been playing and singing ever since. Now a qualified piano and music theory teacher (DipMus and CTABRSM), withover 20 years experience, Rachel shares her joy in music with pupils of all ages. With all lessons, the emphasis is on playing for enjoyment, and developing a wide range of musical skills.
I started learning the piano from an early age, by performing at the Maidenhead and Slough Music Festivals. At the age of thirteen I won a top music scholarship to Downside School, near Bath. Whilethere I continued performing in music competitions in solo classical piano, jazz ensemble and saxophone (which I took up as my second instrument). I completed my graded exams at the age of fifteen, achieving a Merit with the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM).
Henry is a classically trained pianist whose heart lies in pop, rock, blues and soul music. Based in Surrey, Henry has played a fair old range of gigs to date: anything from "your local pub" to TheRitz Hotel; from Ronnie Scott's Club to Milton Keynes Bowl, (supporting U2.) Versatility is an essential requirement for success in the music industry.