About

About

I am an experienced singer and teacher who is both friendly and approachable with a real passion for music, nurturing talent and building self-confidence.

I pride myself on delivering a high standard of training and getting fantastic results from my students. I offer a variety of training, including working towards the Rockschool graded exams. But if you have no interest in grades, just love to sing and want to develop your skills or build your confidence? Well, I can certainly help with that too!

Music Qualifications & Achievements:

Teaching Diploma, grade 8 vocals.

Location

Hull HU1, UK

Geolocation

53.7445842,-0.3348622

Instrument(s) Taught

Singing

Where do lessons take place?

Teacher's Location

Prices

30 minutes

£22.00

Discounted Introductory Lesson

No

Contact

Get in Touch

Lessons

Level(s) Taught

Beginner (up to Grade 5)

Youngest Age Taught

11

Class Sizes

One-to-One (Individual)

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Languages

Language(s) Spoken

English

Professionalism

Safeguarding Certificate

None

Liability Insurance

No, I do not have public / general liability insurance

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Profile Details

First Name

Matt

Last Name

Richardson

Username

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