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Helen Littlewood

Helen Littlewood

I am a private music teacher based in Broadstairs, teaching singing, piano, keyboard and music theory. I teach all voices and genres in singing, specialising in Jazz, Musical Theatre, Pop and Gospel. It is important to have a good foundation of breathing technique, good posture, and vocal placement, which I teach in all genres, as well as encouraging creativity in a safe and comfortable environment. I teach classical and pop Piano and pop Keyboard. Lessons can be for exams or for enjoyment - they are tailored to suit you.

Dan Phelps

Dan Phelps

Phelps Music's director Dan Phelps is a composer, pianist and music tutor based in Llantwit Fardre near Pontypridd, South Wales. Dan has a Post Graduate Diploma in Composition from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama as well as a BA (Hons) Degree in Music from Bath Spa University College. AFRICAN DRUMMING We provide African drumming workshops for schools, youth and community groups, businesses, festivals and other family events. In our workshops participants learn about and get hands-on experience of using traditional African instruments such as Djembe drums, Ghana bells and Shekere shakers. The workshops aim to engage, enthuse and inspire participants by having fun, making music together and taking a musical journey through the fascinating sounds and rhythms of Africa's cultural heritage while participating in a drum circle. MUSIC LESSONS We provide professional piano, theory and composition tuition, with students currently from Rhondda Cynon Taff, Caerphilly, Cardiff and Bridgend. As well as piano tuition, we provide music theory lessons for musicians who are looking to support their music examinations and/or develop their technical knowledge. We also offer composition support for GCSE and A Level music students. PIANIST We provide an eclectic mix of piano music for Weddings, Care and Residential Homes, Functions and Corporate Events.

RENT A DIGITAL PIANO  trading as Marek Koczen Music Services Ltd.

RENT A DIGITAL PIANO trading as Marek Koczen Music Services Ltd.

Our piano rental company offers piano rentals for students and musicians who don’t have access to a piano at home, enabling them to practice and reach their full potential. Similarly, if your child has started piano lessons, but you’re not ready to make the significant investment of buying a piano, renting a piano is the ideal solution. You can ensure that your child has a piano on which to practice without spending large amounts of money on something they may not wish to pursue in the long term. Flexible piano rentals We have no minimum hire period, making us a great option for when you need a piano for a gig or event. Additionally, there is no deposit to pay on our pianos. We firmly believe that pianos should be as accessible as possible, and offer the lowest piano rental prices in the UK. If you find lower prices elsewhere, we’ll offer a price match and beat it. The same sound as an acoustic piano All our digital pianos provide a realistic simulation of an acoustic piano due to having 88 weighted keys. This ensures that your piano practice, concert or event will have the same high levels of sound quality as an acoustic piano. Our digital pianos all have a slimline design, making them look stylish in any home without the inconvenience of taking up too much space. Additionally we offer an online piano course. Please check our website www.rentadigitalpiano.co.uk For more information about our digital piano rentals, or to rent a digital piano, contact us or call 0800 772 3956 today.

Richard Smith Piano Tuition

Richard Smith Piano Tuition

Very experienced and reliable tuition Classical training; also jazz and pop repertoire Consistently impressive exam results Annual pupils’ concert Tuition in pupil's home in Histon, Impington, Cottenham, Rampton, or in my own village of Willingham, where I also teach at home Concessionary rates “teaching music, teaching the piano, teaching an individual” BIOGRAPHY: Musical Education My formal musical education began with piano lessons at the age of 14 and flute lessons a year later. Aged 17-19 I studied at the Royal Academy of Music (piano, with Graeme Humphrey, flute, and composition). After a further year of piano with Graeme Humphrey, I read music at the University of Sheffield, where I continued my piano studies with John Irving. After winning the Julian Payne First Year Prize, I graduated in 1986, winning both the Mrs Stewart Blake Dissertation Prize and the Mrs Stewart Blake BMus Prize. My subsequent musical education was at King’s College London: MMus (1987) and PhD (1994, with Professor Arnold Whittall). Teaching Experience My first sustained teaching experience was in 1980 as one of the founding members of the Young Arbury Music Makers, where I taught children on Saturday mornings. I took up teaching again in 1989, firstly to fund the end of my doctoral research and then to support my growing family; and piano teaching has remained my sole profession ever since. For the past 28 years I have maintained a very full and successful teaching practice of approximately 35 weekly pupils, firstly in Cambridge City and then in Histon, and now also in my own village of Willingham. During this time I have taught children as young as 5 through to 18, and have guided many to much exam success. Teaching Philosophy I teach as I have been taught, and aim to give all my pupils a sure and sound classical technique. But with regard to repertoire I always try to be as sensitive as possible to my pupils’ tastes, and this often involves jazz and pop. It is hardly ever necessary, even for exams, to ask pupils to learn what they regard as an unappealing piece; the time and effort devoted to practice should always be directed to a musically satisfying end. Thus if a pupil’s own taste dominates the choice of repertoire, the music itself is the most compelling (and the longest lasting) motivation and inspiration. I am equally happy to teach those who want to learn solely for the pleasure and fun of music as those who also want to take exams. Whilst I am always aware of what high standards music making can reach, I never regard the aim of teaching to be the attainment of any particular standard, for my aim above all is the attainment of potential, be this ever so humble or high-flying. I believe that one of the most important things a teacher can impart is healthy and productive practising habits, because, despite the importance of lessons, musical instruments are really learned when the teacher is not there – at home, between lessons. If I can be said to have a teaching philosophy it may be summed up as “teaching music, teaching the piano, but teaching an individual”. By this I mean that I think of myself as teaching music first – teaching what magic it is that we can unlock with our own two hands - and then teaching the piano – the particular techniques of the instrument. But I also recognise that all my pupils are individuals, and I try to understand as best I can how music fits into their sometimes complex and busy lives. Lastly, I believe my teaching has benefited greatly by my experience of being a very active parent. Every year I organise a 'Summer Celebration of Piano Music', which gives my pupils an opportunity to perform before an audience. Besides the obvious benefits to both musical and personal maturity which the accomplishment of playing in public offers, it is so good for my younger pupils to hear my older pupils perform and to see what they may achieve; and it is equally good for my older pupils to see how far they have come. These summer concerts are always heart-warming occasions, much enjoyed by pupils and proud parents alike (not least for the tea and homemade cakes afterwards!) Exams I have always enjoyed teaching the ABRSM exams, and during the time I have been teaching in Cambridge I have entered many pupils for the full spectrum of exams with much success. I am also very experienced in teaching Theory and have guided many to their Grade 5. Concessionary Rates I have always advertised the fact that I am willing to teach at concessionary rates but during all the time I have been teaching I have yet to be taken up on the offer. I believe in the opportunity of music for all children, and can only repeat here that I am very willing to teach at even a nominal rate to any family on benefits. Practical Matters My teaching practice is based in the villages of Histon and Impington, but I also teach in Cottenham, Rampton, and Willingham; I teach in my pupils’ homes and in my own home. My teaching hours are approximately 3-8.30pm on weekdays and 9am–1pm on Saturday mornings. I have had an Enhanced DBS check but I am happy to supply as references the contact details of numerous families I currently teach. I am always pleased to advise about buying or upgrading a piano, digital piano, or keyboard. Email: blomsmith@aol.com

Jamm Studios

Jamm Studios

We are a multi purpose music space providing inspirational music tuition, recording space, rehearsal rooms and live events.

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Example Piano Lessons Barks

What is the student's current level?

No experience

Does student have access to a piano or keyboard?

Yes - piano

Can the student read music?

No

How old is the student?

10-13

How often would you like lessons?

Once a week

How long would you like each lesson to be?

30 minutes

Which day(s) are you available for lessons?

Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Which times are you available for lessons?

Evening (after 6pm)

Which type(s) of piano lesson would you consider?

Private

Any additional details?

My daughter is 12 she would like to learn the piano . I would like her to have lessons before buying a piano for Christmas . She has access ...

Sally

What is the student's current level?

No experience

Does student have access to a piano or keyboard?

Yes - piano

Can the student read music?

No

How old is the student?

4 -5 and 46

How often would you like lessons?

Once a week

How long would you like each lesson to be?

30 minutes

Which day(s) are you available for lessons?

Friday

Which times are you available for lessons?

Late afternoon (3-6pm)

Which type(s) of piano lesson would you consider?

Private

Any additional details?

Lessons for 2 children and a adult.

Allen

What is the student's current level?

Beginner

Does student have access to a piano or keyboard?

Yes - piano

Can the student read music?

No

How old is the student?

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?

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Which times are you available for lessons?

Evening (after 6pm)

Which type(s) of piano lesson would you consider?

Private

Any additional details?

I’m 51 plus my daughter who is 9

Yoan
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