Theory of Music Teachers – Eastbourne East Sussex
I am a highly qualified and experienced teacher of piano, singing and music theory with a first class honours degree from the Birmingham Conservatoire and an instrumental teaching diploma. I have successfully taught piano and singing in all styles from classical to pop for 20 years. In addition to my private practice I have also taught at the Leeds College of Music for some years.
All ages and abilities are welcome, from beginners to advanced. My tuition is tailored to each individual’s goals and I am happy to teach those learning ‘just for fun’ as well as those who wish to perform and take exams. I have an excellent exam success rate with ABRSM, Trinity and Rock School.
Alongside teaching I perform frequently both as a singer and pianist. I work as an accompanist and also a songwriter. My work has been played on BBC 2, various radio stations and in theatres around the UK including Theatre Royal, York and Komedia, Brighton.
Please email email@example.com or call 07979 472765 for all enquiries.
“Catherine is a joy to work with, thorough and excellent at personalising the lesson. She is that rarest of teachers, inspirational.” Charles, piano student.
“The lesson is full of purposeful, focussed activity. My daughter leaves every lesson inspired.” Mrs Lown, mother of piano student.
Emily Isaacs (CT ABRSM)
‘Cello, Piano, Music Theory and Choral Support.
Emily has been teaching for twenty years, privately at home and in local preparatory schools, taking individual lessons, instrumental groups, orchestras and choirs. Specialising in adult students, students have been of all ages and abilities, from beginning the first lesson to Grade 8 exams. Several students have achieved scholarships to independent colleges, and all students are encouraged to take exams or participate in termly concerts and workshops.Emily studied at Trinity College of Music in London and since returning to Eastbourne she has been teaching at home and at St. Andrew’s Preparatory School in Meads, She has the Certificate of Teaching with the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (CT ABRSM). Throughout the years, she has also taught at St. Bede’s Preparatory School (now Bede’s), and taken adult orchestras, children and adult’s choirs, a pre-school music service string groups, workshops and held numerous concerts.
Piano/Flute/Theory of Music
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I qualified as a primary school teacher from Stranmillis University College in 2010 with a first class honours in BEd Music. I am from Northern Ireland, where I worked as a full-time music teacher in Mossley Primary School, teaching recorders, handbells, accordions and choirs alongside the musical requirements of the Northern Ireland Curriculum, until moving to Eastbourne in 2013. I have Grade 8 (distinction) in both piano and flute, and have Grade 5 in theory of music. For seven years, before attaining Qualified Teacher Status, I taught piano, flute and theory of music.
I offer tuition/accompaniment for all ages at the charge of £14 for half an hour and I will as appropriate enter pupils for Associated Board and Trinity Guildhall examinations.
Flute and Music Theory
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Sian Bulpitt is a highly experienced Flautist playing for numerous county orchestras back in her homeland in Wales, where she also studied Music for A level. Although she has a strong passion for performing she has a bigger passion for teaching others how to perform to the best of their ability and so is frequently now teaching the flute to beginners and advanced players around her local area of Eastbourne. CRB checked and with a great deal of experience working with children in a number of local schools she is now looking to expand her expertise to help you. She is also able to teach music theory both as part of her flute teaching and as a stand alone subject.
Please contact her by email or mobile for an informal chat.