The Spanish nuns (15th century) tuned the middle string of their guitar to their own voice. The lowest comfortable note they could sing was equal to the 'open' middle string. The 3 string guitar (15thcentury) was used to tune the keyboard instruments of that time. The "BLACK KEYS" take up no space. There are 35 "BLACK KEYS" therefore the overall length of the piano / keyboard is reduced by 41% to 1.18meters. Also the "OCTAVE" is reduced to 17cms.
Giving children the opportunity to learn a musical instrument with professional, stimulating and enthusiastic teaching enables them to gain skills which enhance confidence, encourage achievement andgive much pleasure. In recent years we have focussed much more on teaching instruments which play a prominent role in the contemporary music scene: keyboards, guitars and drums, helping to keep music exciting, accessible and at the ‘cutting edge' for children.
I am passionate about teaching students of all ages to play, so that they can share my love of the piano, and some of the incredible experiences and opportunities that it offers! Please take a lookaround my website for more information, or contact me if you have any questions.
I studied piano and 'cello at the Royal Academy of Music and then obtained my Post-Graduate music teaching qualification at Durham University. My career began in the maintained sector, teaching musicand leading extra-curricular musical activities to 11 - 16 year olds at Chellaston School, Derbyshire.
Starting on Saturday 18th April our team will be running bands, jazz bands, choirs and guitar groups at Canon Lee School. Keep watching the website for further details.coming shortly. Sign-up for theYork Music Forum!. Derek studied at Rossendale College, and has had a number of different careers, most recently as brass peripatetic tutor, covering the range of brass instruments. He is also Director of the Senior Concert Band at York Music Centre.
Ian Dolamore is an in-demand piano teacher and composer. Playing the piano for 25 years, he studied under two nationally renowned teachers in Christine Brown and David Murray. He set up his ownteaching practice in Leeds in 2007, before relocating to Harrogate in 2014, and has taught beginners of all ages through to experienced pianists preparing for performance diplomas. His students have a 100% pass rate in performance exams, with the vast majority achieving Distinction or Merit.
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I graduated from the Guitar Institute of technology, Hollywood, California in 2002. During my studies I was taught by leading performers including Scott Henderson, Barrett Tagliarino and Tom Kolb. Ideveloped a passion for musical education and was inspired to bring this to my teaching back in the UK. I returned to the UK and founded Kaffessa Music, focusing on musical education, recording and sound production.
Harrogate Music School offers music lessons at the Harrogate Grammar School on a wide variety of instruments. Established in 1991 we offer a large choice of instrument tuition, not only for our pupilsbut also to adults and children from all over Harrogate and its surrounding districts. More and more adults are now making use of our facilities. Why not learn a new instrument! If you are looking for professional musicians for a function or conference in the area, please contact us.
Pocklington Music was starting on the 1st September 1999 as a music school and retail shop by Gina Campbell and her husband Steve, The original shop premises was located in a small parade of shops inthe Pavement, opposite the church in Pocklington. The business grew and in 2003 the retail side of the business was sold to Guitar and Banjo tutor Christopher Gledhill. Gina continued to run her school of music from above the shop.