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Sophie Sully

Cheshire

Hi, I'm Sophie and I am a professional musician in the North West. With two Music degrees from the University of Manchester and a prestigious playing career, I can offer a wide range of expertise in my teaching. My Masters degree is in Composition, with specialisms within that of Music Theory and History. I am also a professional freelance Double Bass and Bass Guitarist, appearing regularly with orchestras and ensembles in the North, as well as over 30 musical pit-band credits and a well-respected function and wedding band. I am a confident and experienced teacher of music, both instrumentally and theory based. I can cover all aspects of music theory up to ABRSM Grade 8 and GCSE and A-Level. I can also teach History of Music as well as aiding with listening and writing exercises to prepare for exams and coursework. I can teach Bass Guitar and Double Bass in a variety of styles, including classical, rock, pop, jazz, blues and folk. I am happy to work through grades or through other methods of progression without exams if you prefer. I am experienced teaching children and adults of all abilities and happy to travel or teach in my home. I currently work for the Derbyshire Music Partnership and Stockport Music Service as an accredited teacher.

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What do you love most about your job?

I love helping children and adults gain confidence through music. Seeing their faces light up as they get something they've struggled with or didn't make sense. I love working with people one-to-one as the students get so much more out of having a teacher's full attention. I enjoy exploring new music with students, learning what they like and building lessons based on that.

What inspired you to start your own business?

I've taught privately since I was at University to earn a little extra cash on the side. Now it's my full time job and I love it! I have students all around the Greater Manchester area and all the way out to the Peak District. Every day of my working week is different with different students and new challenges and it's great.

Why should our clients choose you?

I'm a highly-qualified teacher willing to travel to your home or teach in my home studio (SK6). I'm flexible with lesson times and days. I'm friendly, approachable and fun but also dedicated and hardworking. I love teaching adults and children of all abilities and all styles. I play professionally in orchestras, bands and pit-bands and also freelance around the country. I specialize in several styles of music including classical, jazz, pop, rock, funk, blues and folk.

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Frequency of lessons

Once a week

Level of experience

No experience

Student age

Child (12 and under)

Do you own your own Guitar?

Not yet

Which locations would you consider?

Student's home, Tutor's home or studio, Community Centre type venue, Online

Which types of lessons would you consider?

Private 1-1 Lessons, Online 1-1 Lessons

Which day(s) are you available for lessons?

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

What times of day are you available for lessons?

Late Afternoon (1500-1800), Evenings (1800-2200)

Do you have any additional details

Bass guitar lessons needed for a 12 year old beginner

Frequency of lessons

Once or twice a month

Level of experience

Beginner

Student age

Adult (18 and older)

Do you own your own Guitar?

Yes - I own my own guitar

Which locations would you consider?

Student's home, Tutor's home or studio, Community Centre type venue

Which types of lessons would you consider?

Private 1-1 Lessons

Which day(s) are you available for lessons?

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

What times of day are you available for lessons?

Evenings (1800-2200)

Do you have any additional details

Need instruction for bass guitar. Need structured teaching with aim to progress to double bass

Frequency of lessons

Once or twice a month

Level of experience

Intermediate

Student age

Adult (18 and older)

Do you own your own Guitar?

Yes - I own my own guitar

Which locations would you consider?

Student's home

Which types of lessons would you consider?

Private 1-1 Lessons

Which day(s) are you available for lessons?

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday

What times of day are you available for lessons?

Evenings (1800-2200)

Do you have any additional details

I also have a double bass which I would like to learn more with.

The average price of a Bass Guitar Teacher is £26.00 per hour

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