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Kenneth G Smith
Graduated from the Music College in Russia. Certificate in Delivering learning 7302, South Devon College
FE Teaching Certificate Stage 1, South Devon College (current student)
Very experienced pianist and piano teacher with many years of concert and teaching experience.
Tel. 07970 106032
Telford Music Academy
Thanington School of Music
Virtuoso Keyboard School (Claire Elvidge)
Area: Yeovil, Somerset
Qualifications: GRSM (Hons.); ARCM; Member of EPTA
Description: Experienced and well-qualified piano teacher (Graduate of the Royal College of Music). All levels from complete beginners to advanced. Preparation for practical and theory examinations. Children and adults welcome.
Llantwit Major, Glamorgan
One day tuition course available.
Enquire for leaflet.
Telephone 01446 792025
West of England School of Music
Mrs Rachael Wherry
Haxby York North Yorkshire
BA Music PGCE
I have been teaching the piano for over 20 years it is my full time job and I love it. I have experience of teaching all
ages and my approach is a very positive and supportive one so if you want to have fun learn lots and enjoy your music
making get in touch.
Mrs Sophie Whatley
0208 643 9253
Leamington Spa, Warks.
Mrs Jacqueline A Wilkinson
I live on the north side of the city going out towards Bury and my qualifications are Associate of the Victoria College of Music, London Performers Diploma with Honours, ie AVCM (Hons). I teach classical piano and music theory, whether for enjoyment or more serious study leading to examinations and competitions. I can teach up to Grade 8. Owing to the fact that I do not have my own transport, I can only give lessons at my home.
My phone number is 0161 766 6872 and my e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kettering, Northants – piano tuition
Brighton, West Sussex
Thames Ditton, Surrey – harpsichord, organ & piano
Telephone 0208 398 6085
Yamaha Music School, Canterbury
Dr J Davies
Park Road, Milford-On-Sea,
Lymington, Hampshire, SO41 0QU
Qualifications – Doctor of Education and School Teacher
Private Music Teaching Service
Contact: Dr J Davies e-mail: email@example.com
If you live in the New Forest/Wessex area of Hampshire this could be
the music teaching service for you. Areas covered include Milford-On-
Sea, Keyhaven, Downton, Lymore, Everton, Lymington, New Milton, Norley
Wood and Highcliffe but pupils outside of this area are invited to
contact me to see if arrangements for lessons can be made. I teach a
number of musical instruments including:
Pianoforte, Keyboard, Organ, Guitar, Violin, Viola, Recorder, Fife,
Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, Accordion, Harmonica and theory of music.
If I have not listed the instrument you want to play then do not be
disappointed as if you contact me I may be able to help!
Many of my pupils take Associated Board Of The Royal Schools Of Music
practical and theory examinations. Grade 6 upwards of practical and/or
theory gives pupils UCAS points towards university places.
Schools Music Teaching Service
I am currently on the supply list for Hampshire and Dorset Education
Authorities. The Music Peripitetic Service in both counties also hold
my curriculum vitae (Hampshire and Dorset). This means that I hold a
current CRB check for schools work.
I often find that when leading groups of musicians there are never the
right arrangements for your particular combination of instruments or
ability level. Those of you interested in playing with others may be interested to
know that the Innovation Trust are looking for young people of 18 to 25
to create their own bands. There is also a Rock School on the Isle of
Wight held each year.
I have experience in accompanying players for performances and
examinations. Please also contact me if you need musicians to join
groups, bands, orchestras etc.
I am a professional piano tuner (Newark) and teacher. I have just moved into permanent
flat accommodation and consequently need a digital instrument with double headphone
facility for teaching purposes. I have always been involved with acoustic instruments
and thought i might try a rent to buy scheme. I am familiar with the Clavinova having
practised and taught on one, but am open to suggestions. Touch and tone quality are
the primary considerations. Can you be of assistance.
Reply/ Hi Ian
The Clavinova range would certainly be a good
place to start…
Another piano worth considering is the
This has a good piano sound and a realistic,
This costs a bit less than the Yamaha because
you can only buy it online.
Here's more details about it:
Thanks for your support and confidence boost , but I'm well aware of my
limitations . I have actually managed to play the opening of Fur Elise ( not the hard bit , just the opening ) yet I still can't read a note. I learnt it by watching a guy teaching "how to" on you tube .
I don't feel I'd ever have got that far by trying to sight read and play it . I know this is all wrong , but I'm not a spring chicken anymore , and I don't have a spare 20 years of practice left .
What more can I do Howard ??? Andy
Relpy/ Hi Andy
YouTube is great for learning the basics. But, after that, you really need to learn how to read music.
Try to follow my free piano course as best you can. The follow up to that is the Rocket Piano course by Ruthe Searle … It's very good.
Yes I know I should learn to read music , but my tired old brain cells struggle with anything new LoL .
There is a good teaching book comprising four smaller books in my local music store , I may look at it today .
If I were young I wouldn't hesitate , but as I said , I don't have 20 years of study and practice left to spare ,
so I suppose I'm grabbing at all the shortcuts I can find . . I'll maybe give your course another go too .
I actually have a 76 key Yamaha NP 30 , and I just love it to bits . There are no tricks or gimmicks
or drum machines on it , it only really plays grand piano and some voices , but that's all I wanted.
I must say though , I never dreamt I would ever manage to play Fur Elise
( at least the opening , albeit very jerky ) so anything's possible I suppose .
I thought just like that when I first tried to play Streets of London on guitar 20 years ago . Now I play it
almost as well as Ralph McTell . I hope the piano doesn't take as long Lol
Cheers for now Graham