The Dan Tien is Watford's friendliest performing arts school! Combining high standards with the most caring of atmospheres, we truly believe we have something different to offer. There are activitiesfor the whole family, and as well as running a variety of dance, music and drama classes for children, we also provide a range of popular sessions for adults. Our belief is that everyone should have the opportunity to express themselves creatively, to keep fit, meet new people and just have fun!
Something Guitar Ltd has been created to look after established guitarists/musicians and to encourage new guitarists to develop and learn their craft. We are a young exciting raplidly growing company.As well as our website we have a GUITAR SHOP located at 99 North Approach Watford WD25 0EL. The 'SG Guitar Club' for beginners/intermediate players. The club runs every Monday at the Orbital Community Centre in Haines Way (WD25 7QU).
We believe we offer the best Music Tuition in Hertfordshire. Fabulous guitar lessons in a custom equipped teaching studio with high quality guitars for each student, a PA system & keyboards. For ages8 + it's fun, innovative & interactive whilst providing a full musical education and foundation.
Welcome to Charlie Maguire Drums, Here you will find information about Charlie Maguire, including Watford Drum Lessons, gigs, news and media. Charlie is freelance drummer working in London and hasbeen offered a place at the prestigious music conservatoire ‘Trinity Laban' to study a Masters degree in Jazz. Visit ‘About me' for more information.
Robertson Music School (formerly Hooters Music School) is long established at 218 St Albans Road Watford, we have been at this site for over 20 years when we amalgamated with the Hammonds MusicSchool. Most of our teachers have been with us since the begining and they previously taught for Hammonds of Watford Music School.
Joe was born and raised near Manchester. His father bought him his first guitar at age 13 and he started guitar lessons with the session guitarist Dennis Newey. Joe turned professional at age 16. Thefirst 3 years of his career were spent playing in big bands. At age 19 he started to break into the serious end of the session business, working for Granada TV, ABC TV and the BBC on shows featuring Tom Jones, Shirley Bassey etc.