Alex Johnstone has over 10 years experience as a performer playing a number of high profile festivals such as Boomtown, Beautiful Days, Altitude, Aeon and Wonderfields.

He has played alongside performers such as The Levellers, Maddie Prior (Steeleye Span,) Rev Hammer and Justin Sullivan (New Model Army.)

He has been teaching singing and piano for 4 years at The Academy Of Music And Sound in Exeter along with private tuition. Alex was trained from a young age in Exeter Cathedral Choir and teaches Piano, Singing and Songwriting.

Music Qualifications & Achievements:

  • 1st Class BA Hons Music performance
  • Award In Education and Training
  • A level Music Technology
  • Grade 8 distinction – vocals
  • Grade 5 Music Theory

studio 54, 54 High St, Exeter EX4 3DJ, UK



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Composition, Logic Pro X, Piano, Singing

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Beginner (up to Grade 5)

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One-to-One (Individual)



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