So you want to be a music master? I can help get you there.
Whether playing/composing for fun or hoping to make a career out of it, I structure lessons around your ability and what you want to achieve. I believe that music should be a fun and shared learning experience, where the student has just as much say as the tutor. I encourage learning to play and compose in various genres and working with theory too should you wish it.
I have been taught by a number of tutors over the years: Ben Waghorn, Paul Stinchcombe, Quita Colston, John Woodhouse, Sarah Markham, and most recently Joel Purnell, and am able to incorporate elements of the way they teach with the way I found comfortable learning.
During my time at School and University I was participating in and leading ensembles, both small and large. I feel that this experience helps my ability to teach others by having a diversity in genres and learning environments.
I have been teaching one-to-one lessons for almost three years now and always incorporate an element of enjoyment in my lessons. It is a fantastic experience seeing your students progress.
Masters in Composition of Film and Television - University of Bristol
2:1 Bachelor of Music majoring in composition and performance on saxophone - University of Huddersfield
Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music - Grade 8 on saxophone and clarinet
I am a Bristol based Clarinet/Saxophone Player/Singer/Composer. I began playing at the age of 8 and have since gone on to perform as a soloist and in various ensembles in the Bristol/Lancaster/Huddersfield areas of the UK. I love to perform, and teaching others to achieve their full potential with their chosen instrument(s), whilst having fun, is such a joy!
Having played in various ensembles I have a wide repertoire of music through Classical, Jazz, and Contemporary genres. I also received the Huddersfield University 2014 Woodwind Prize for my performance ability and involvement at the university.
I enjoy reading, watching films, making people laugh and writing my own music.
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- Monday: 12:30 PM to 7:00 PM
- Tuesday: 12:30 PM to 6:00 PM
- Wednesday: 12:30 PM to 6:00 PM
- Thursday: 12:30 PM to 6:00 PM
- Friday: 12:30 PM to 6:00 PM
- Saturday: 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM
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