Piano, Music Theory and Composition Teacher in Newport
Email: [email protected]
I am a BMus graduate from Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama where I studied classical music, specialising in piano. I teach piano, music theory, composition, sight-reading and improvisation to students of all ages and backgrounds.
I started teaching during my third year at RWCMD, having studied with distinguished tutors such as Michael Young, Richard Ormrod and Huw Warren. I have since taught a diverse range of pupils, from complete beginner to more advanced students.
The objective of lessons is always to help pianists improve their technique, knowledge and musicianship in order for them to achieve their personal goals, whatever that may be. I enjoy working with students who have a passion for learning the piano and I look forward to solving any pianistic issues that they come across. I believe in everyone’s ability to learn and play the piano regardless of their age, experience, or ability.
I use the ABRSM syllabus for my teaching as I find it to be a comprehensive approach to music education. I also use Bartok’s Mikrokosmos for older beginners and Fanny Waterman’s Me and My Piano for children. I aim to give my pupils a holistic education that includes music theory, aural understanding and sight-reading.
Music Qualifications & Achievements:
- BMus Degree Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama
- 2nd Prize in Worksop Festival competition 2012
- Industry Diploma Music Production
- ABRSM Practical Grade 8
I offer free taster lessons, for more information get in touch.
I teach my lessons from a teaching space located on Orangery Walk, Newport, NP10 8HL, UK. My full teaching address will be provided upon your first lesson booking. I also offer mobile lessons (subject to my availability and your location). For more information about my mobile lessons simply get in touch.
To book your first lesson with me, or to find out more about my music lessons, don’t hesitate to get in touch by emailing me on [email protected].
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