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McAusland Music

Staffordshire

I offer expert Saxophone and Clarinet tuition at my home studio in Tamworth. I also offer online learning using "Zoom' - a free download to your computer. I teach children from age 5 upwards on the Nuvo JSax and Clarineo. I am experienced in teaching all levels of players from beginner to advanced. See my website for further information www.mcauslandmusic.com or my facebook page www.facebook.com/pg/McAuslandMusic

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What do you love most about your job?

I love teaching Saxophone and Clarinet and seeing my students progress and enjoy music-making. I am a fully qualified teacher with QTS and a PGCE from the University of Cambridge.

What inspired you to start your own business?

I have been playing music for almost my whole life. I started the Clarinet at school aged 9, back in the days when local authorities made it easy to access a range of musical experiences to try out. Later on, I was fortunate enough to start the Saxophone when I happened to see a Baritone Saxophone lurking in a music cupboard at the school where my dad worked. I asked if I could try it, and the school let me borrow it, and despite the fact that it was almost as big as me I was hooked!

I believe in making music accessible, achievable and affordable through high quality teaching from a fully qualified expert specialising in young learners.

Music builds self esteem and resilience, and brings a sense of success, confidence and joy to all those who experience it. I believe those young people who have the opportunity to be involved in music from an early age develop many positive attributes and skills which help them in other areas of their lives.

I was excited when I discovered the Nuvo range of instruments. Their mission to improve access to music making for young people struck a chord with me. These Nuvo instruments give young people an affordable way in to learning an exciting and expensive instruments. They are designed with young people in mind and so, whilst not compromising on sound and quality, they are lighter, more resilient and easy to clean and maintain. I am proud to be a Nuvo Ambassador, collaborating with other like minded music teachers and keeping up to date with new technology that makes music easier to access.

I was delighted to be a Finalist in Tamworth Business and Community Awards 2018 in the categories 'Most Promising Start-up' and 'Services' after receiving many nominations from students and their families. It such a privilege to teach people to learn to play Saxophone and/or Clarinet.

In December 2018 we held our first Christmas Concert and Wilnecote Parish Hall, Tamworth. Students of all ages and abilities performed on stage to their loved ones. It was an amazing opportunity for all involved and we are now looking forward to our Summer concert in 2019.

Why should our clients choose you?

My CV
ABRSM Grade 8 Distinction in Saxophone and Clarinet
ABRSM Grade 5 Merit in Piano
ABRSM Grade 5 Theory of Music
University of Durham Bachelor of Arts First Class (History and Music, 2006)
University of Cambridge PGCE and QTS (Qualified Teacher Status, 2007)
University of Cambridge Faculty of Education Post Graduate Certificate of Professional Study (2010)
Former Secondary School History Teacher, Assistant Head of History, Acting Head of History and Cross Curricular Innovation Leader in an Outstanding School near Burton Upon Trent, Staffordshire.
Published in Teaching History Magazine 132 (2008) - Article focusing on how young people having a musical language can be used as a tool for higher order thinking, talking and constructing an evidence based account.
Nuvo Ambassador
Your Space Music Lessons Online Teacher through Skype and Zoom.
Registered as an ABRSM Music Medals Assessor and for Exam entries.
Currently registering for ABRSM Certificate for Music Educators Level 4.
Member of the Musicians Union
Enhanced DBS Fully Certified
Level 1 Safeguarding and Promoting the welfare of Children Training (2009)
Educare Safeguarding in Education (Music) Certificate (2017)
Public and personal Liability Insured
Former student member of Staffordshire Youth Orchestra (SYO) and Staffordshire Youth Jazz Orchestra (SYJO)
Former Principal Clarinet in Midlands Youth Orchestra
Former Saxophonist at Durham University Big Band Society.
Alto Saxophonist in semi professional groups Milestone Jazz Ensemble and Reed Fever.
Musical Director of Trevelyan College Jazz Orchestra at University of Durham
Finalist in Tamworth Business and Community Awards 2018 in categories 'Most Promising Start-up' and 'Services'.

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What is your current level of experience?

No experience

Does the student have access to a saxophone?

No

Can the student read music?

No

What is the student's age?

26-55

How often would you like lessons?

More than once a week

How long would you like each lesson to be?

30 minutes

Which day(s) are you available for lessons?

Any

Which time(s) are you available for lessons?

Different

Which kind(s) of saxophone do you want lessons on?

Current chart

Which type(s) of lesson would you consider?

Private

Do you have any additional details

I'm looking to learn John legend all of me for my wedding day

What is your current level of experience?

No experience

Does the student have access to a saxophone?

Yes

Can the student read music?

No

What is the student's age?

26-55

How often would you like lessons?

Once a week

How long would you like each lesson to be?

60 minutes

Which day(s) are you available for lessons?

Weekday evenings and Saturday and Sunday days

Which time(s) are you available for lessons?

Weekdays after 6pm, weekends 9am - noon

Which kind(s) of saxophone do you want lessons on?

Tenor

Which type(s) of lesson would you consider?

Private

Do you have any additional details

I have a disability with my right thumb but that is not stopping me from finally having the courage to learn the SAX

What is your current level of experience?

Beginner

Does the student have access to a saxophone?

Yes

Can the student read music?

A little

What is the student's age?

26-55

How often would you like lessons?

Once a week

How long would you like each lesson to be?

60 minutes

Which day(s) are you available for lessons?

Thursday, Saturday

Which time(s) are you available for lessons?

Flexible

Which kind(s) of saxophone do you want lessons on?

Alto (most common)

Which type(s) of lesson would you consider?

Private

Do you have any additional details

I can do Thursday evening after 5:30 and Saturday anytime. Sunday’s are also fine.

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