Drawing on my 17 years of professional experience, I provide Electric/Acoustic Guitar, Ukulele and Bass tuition to students of all ages and all abilities. My lessons will provide you with awell-structured course of learning that will always challenge you, but never leave you behind. Whether you want to learn rock, pop, blues, jazz, folk, funk or metal, I can help you achieve your personal goals in a friendly and well-equipped environment.
I am a flute teacher in Leicester with considerable experience, able to give beginner flute lessons as well as more advanced flute tuition. I have played flute for over 35 years in a wide range ofmusical ensembles at a professional level. I can also play and teach a number of woodwind and brass instruments to people of all ages - whether you want to learn just for fun or you are aiming to study for a music exam, either practical or theory of music, GCSE or A Level Music.
Susan Turner Ba Hons is an experienced music teacher based in Leicester. She is very enthusiastic and loves to teach, whether you want to learn to be a professional musician/singer or just simply forfun! She guides you to improve your musical skills through sympathetic encouragement to receive a real sense of achievement. Feel free to browse the site and if you are interested in any of the services then do not hesitate to contact Susan.
Richard's combination of a passion for retail and music means he enjoys every moment in his role of Managing Director of Sheehans. Richard has a wide range of musical knowledge and interest keepinghim up to date with all the latest products and musical trends. When she's not photographing products for the website, Miriam does graphics and promotional work including posters and flyers. She also enjoys playing piano and goes to gigs frequently.
Learn to play the guitar in a calm, relaxed environment with a professional and encouraging guitar teacher. Al Sansome is a professional Leicester based guitar teacher. Acoustic guitar, electricguitar, bass guitar, slide guitar and ukulele styles taught. Al is a member of the Registry of Guitar Teachers of Great Britain with excellent references and a fully enhanced CRB disclosure. Currently teaching privately as well as at several local schools.
Adam's technical ability and passion is second to none, possessing the ability to instil this in his pupils. The most amazing and inspiring drum teacher you'll ever meet. I really enjoy Adam's drumlessons - he is a true professional. I see drumming as a form of therapy, helping me with a very stressful lifestyle. Adam is very unique in the way that he teaches and is very professional. I've known Adam for about 1 year now, and have improved huge amounts in my drumming.
St Giles Music is a family run business. Although we opened in September 1988 Hilary and Philip Job have over 60 years experience of running music shops between them and with the other members ofstaff can count on more than another decade of knowledge and skill. This means that whether you call into St Giles Music or contact us via the website you can be assured of an excellent level of service, advice and knowledge.
As Northampton's leading private music school, we are located in a two storey building that provides several teaching rooms and a reception / waiting area. There is adequate on-street parking andentrance can only by gained by staff and students with a security card thus creating a safe environment for all. All our teachers are CRB checked and offer the highest quality of instruction in their subjects, providing lessons tailored to suit all ages and musical needs.
Beccy took up music at a young age and was an active musician throughout her school life, studying piano, flute and bassoon from early on, then voice as a teenager. Whilst in Norwich, she was also amember of the Cathedral Girls' Choir, and continued her choral singing at University with the Royal Holloway Chapel Choir.
I've played about 2000 gigs in all kinds of venues from pubs to major venues such as the Southampton Guildhall and am still playing with my band Candystripes. Learning to play the drums is not alwaysjust about playing the right notes it's also about your timing and your feel for playing the song as well as adapting to the audience in front of you.