We specialise in recordings for choirs across the UK from school choirs to professional chamber choirs, church choirs and choral societies. Our mobile studio rivals some of the world's best‘fixed studios' which means we can record in a wide variety of venues throughout the UK such as school halls, Churches & Cathedrals or even in your living room at home!
We are the UK's number one professional teaching studios for drums, guitar, bass and keyboards - and we have been established for more than 20 years. Whatever you aims, whatever your goals we are hereto help and share our experience. Some come simply for the fun of it, others come with a serious will for developing their craft. We provide a personalised, professional learning environment focusing on your aims and needs and therefore tailor each lesson to maximise your learning experience.
Swindon Music Co-operative Ltd is a not-for-profit association of over 50 self-employed specialist music teachers. We provide a wide range of instrumental and vocal tuition in the Swindon area,working in over 70 local schools, as well as providing out-of-school tuition to both young people and adults. Our aim is to develop each pupil's musical potential according to their individual needs and aspirations. Quality of teaching is monitored through regular observations of all our teachers.
Hi, I'm Nigel Gardner and I offer professional Guitar tuition from my Home Studio in Stonehouse, Gloucestershire. I have twelve years experience as a professional guitarist and instrumental teacher,both privately and throughout schools and colleges in Bristol and Gloucestershire. I currently teach over 70 students (beginners to advanced) from age seven through to mature adults. Naturally it helps to learn the guitar through the style of music you love.
Having had a keen interest in music from a young age, I took up piano and later guitar and then drums. Whilst at secondary school I went on to pass grade 8 guitar. At school I gained A levels inMaths, Physics, Music and Music Technology. After this I went on to University where I studied Music and Sound Recording, which I passed with first class honours. Here I studied modules such as piano skills and harmony.
Tim was the first creative I ever worked with. I learned so much and can safely say that I would not be working now without his encouragement and inspiration. We offer a unique and tailor madeFoundation course in Musical Theatre aimed at students (aged 16+) wishing to excel in singing, dancing and acting. There is a strong focus on audition technique ensuring that students are at optimum readiness for gaining entry onto full time drama school and musical theatre courses.
If you're reading this then you're probably thinking about learning to play the guitar. Whether you're looking for someone to teach your child, you want to start a band, or you simply want to trysomething new, you've come to the right place. I offer great value one-to-one guitar lessons to get you up and running. I strongly believe in creating lessons which teach you what you really want to play.
The Crotchet Factory, based in Eastville, Bristol, offers music classes and courses for babies, toddlers, children and adults. Students of The Crotchet Factory are in a unique position of having theopportunity of progressing through a tried and tested method of music education, starting from 6 months. Working through multiple levels of courses, these music course give an all-important grounding in music whilst instilling a life-long passion for everything music can offer!
Miniature Music is a music programme for children age 0-4 years written and run by musicans who love children. We all know how important music is to babies development (the Motzart effect). Ourclasses are based on such research. Music is calming and facilitates language development and most of all music is enjoyable for both parent and child. The more music your baby hears the more musical connections there brain makes, the more music will play a role later in life.
Laura Porter graduated from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama as a clarinet specialist and now works as a freelance musician and teacher in the South West. She is a founder of BristolWoodwind and of the Livas Quartet. Laura works as a clarinettist, bass clarinettist, alto, tenor and baritone sax player and is a full member of the Incorporated Society of Musicians.