Maximise your potential and train at my studio or with online music lessons using Zoom, Skype or FaceTime. Lesson content is tailored to your individual needs.
Most learners have weekly lessons; some with prior experience attend on an ad hoc basis, e.g. intensive courses for auditions and university interviews, live tour preparation, and vocal rehabilitation.
You can combine singing, playing, songwriting and arranging, professional development and music business in your lessons, or focus on one area.
If you are studying music at school or university, I will prepare you for your academic examinations.
Please visit the Shop page to read about your particular area(s) of interest.
- Violin (Beginner to Advanced)
- Viola (Beginner to Advanced)
- Cello (Beginner to Intermediate)
- Piano (Beginner to Upper Intermediate)
- Trombone (Beginner to Upper Intermediate)
- Guitar (Beginner to Intermediate)
- Music Theory
- GCSE/A-Level/BA Music
- Live Sound and Mic Technique
- Music Production
- Music Business
As your practical skills improve, it is important you develop a solid understanding of the building blocks of music, whether you are a singer or a playing musician. Knowing how the pieces fit together in music you learn will make you a better and more confident performer.
For those wishing to take advanced practical exams (ABRSM Grade 6 and above), or to apply for a Bachelor Degree program at university, ABRSM Grade 5 Music Theory (or equivalent) is a requirement. Therefore, unless you have been learning theory alongside your practical music lessons (I incorporate the two), you may find yourself needing a music theory crash course.
I strongly recommend you buy this book! The AB Guide to Music Theory: Part I is something every musician should have in their toolkit.