Octaves Yamaha Music Point was first established in 1985 by current proprietor Brett Hollingworth. This successful family business is located within Octaves Music Shop in Bridge Street, Walsall andnow has a staff of seven which includes four teachers, providing both keyboard and guitar lessons to a total of over 200 students. Our comfortable air conditioned studios are fully equipped with the latest Yamaha instruments and all teachers are fully trained to teach the latest Yamaha courses.
A truly mesmerising performance from Matt D'Netto on Spanish Guitar. SUPERB! Matt is exceptionally talented and I cannot recommend him highly enough. All our guests complimented his playing, and ourwedding was made all the more perfect for his contribution. WOW! What an exceptional performance - you were a real asset to the night. Thank you! Talk about attention grabbing everyone there, including waiters, staff and external guests at the venue were mesmerised.
I currently have an active waiting list for students in flute, recorder, piano and music theory. I can also provide tutoring to help with GCSE and A' Level music courses, or aural tests for studentswho are learning another instrument but need assistance in this area.
Wolverhampton Music Service is the lead organisation for the hub and, along with its partner organisations, strives to provide a high quality, broad and balanced offer of support for music educationto schools and young people across Wolverhampton. We also offer CPD support for teachers in schools, an instrumental loan service through Wolverhampton Music Service and access to high quality musical events through our Curriculum Enrichment Programme and Workshops offer.
Drum tutor Karen has been playing the drums for 20 years, during which time she has gained extensive experience in performing, recording and teaching. She has played with many different bands andmusicians and has extensive live performance experience, playing nationwide as well as studio recording, radio and touring experience.
Nathan Rose Music was established as an independent music school and instrument retailer in 1998, and continues to grow in reputation for providing professional sales and tuition within Wolverhamptoncity centre, and now at our new premises in Kingswinford. Both stores lie in the heart of town centres with excellent parking available in the adjacent multi-storey car park in Wolverhampton, or pay and display directly behind the Kingswinford branch.
From newly renovated music rooms with state of the art equipment, we offer value for money music lessons in Stourbridge. Experienced teachers who are passionate about passing on their musical skills,teach personalised lessons in groups or one to one. From pre school children to those enjoying retirement, as a new hobby or if you are determined to take all your exams - it's your choice - we will be there to help you achieve your goals!
I offer private flexible piano tuition to help students of all ages and abilities achieve their goals. I am passionate about the piano and about teaching. If there is such a thing as the 'King of theinstruments', I believe it is the piano. Its versatility, power and expressiveness compares to no other instrument. I delight in the progress my students make as they develop their abilities to play the piano and their general appreciation of (classical) music.
I have loved music for as long as I can remember and I took my first piano lesson at aged 6. I have performed in various bands and ensembles on both piano and alto saxophone often with soloist parts.I hold grade VIII on piano and grade VII on alto saxophone (ABRSM). I have studied the International Baccalaureate Diploma with music as one of my main areas specialising in composition and performance.
My name is Liz Walker. I hold a DipLCM in piano teaching and offer piano and music theory lessons to beginners of any age (note that I hold a current DBS certificate), from my premises on the HallGreen / Acocks Green border in South Birmingham (close to Hall Green Greyhound Stadium). Have a look around the web site and if there's anything more you want to know, please feel free to drop me an e-mail.