In my personal view, the teaching of Music is paramount across primary and secondary schools. Over the period of lockdown, I have continued in giving online Music Theory lessons via Zoom to students and pupils in various parts of the UK.

I currently privately teach syllabi from GCSE (AQA/Edexcel), International Baccalaureate, or EDUQAS examinations.

In the virtual age that we currently live due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the method and delivery of teaching have significantly changed. In offering my services, I would provide a professional, safe, and supportive environment of learning where pupils and students will get the best out of learning the Music curriculum online.

When it comes to teaching and delivering the subject, I am methodical, supportive, passionate, and enthusiastic in my teaching. I believe it is crucial that students and pupils receive good music education, and whilst not all things are possible and the face-to-face teaching due to Covid-19, I am determined to give the best music education I can despite the circumstances and deliver as music as the same classroom experience online.

Music Qualifications & Achievements:

  • Common Entrance Music – A
  • GCSE Music (Edexcel/AQA) – A
  • International Baccalaureate – 6/7
  • Student Incorporated Society of Musicians (SMISM) [2019]
  • Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA) [2020]
  • ABRSM Grade 5 Theory – Pass
  • ABRSM Grade 8 Organ – Pass
  • ABRSM Grade 5 Piano – Pass

Currently reading for the BMus degree at University. I can cover first and second-year harmony (figured bass and more).


Marine Dr, Edinburgh EH4 5EJ, UK



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Music Theory, Piano

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Beginner (up to Grade 5)

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