December 12, 2013 § Leave a comment
Enthusiastic teacher of piano and music theory, with experience of teaching all ages and abilities. Alex is renowned for a naturally caring and patient nature and an ability to inspire confidence and motivation. Alex’s pupils have a 100% success rate in ABRSM exams, and he will teach in a student’s own home.
Alex is also a freelance pianist, accompanist and chamber musician. A graduate of the Royal College of Music, London, Alex has performed around the country, including at the Wigmore Hall, BBC Proms and on Radio 3. Alex is a Park Lane Group Young Artist 2012, regular performer with the London Sinfonietta and a founder member of the acclaimed chamber ensemble the ‘Dr K. Sextet’. Alex also curates the Cheltenham Music Festival Composer Academy and has accompanied for musicians across Britain and Europe.
Contact: Alex Wilson
Address: 17 Heraldry Walk, Exeter, Devon, EX2 7QW
Phone: 01392367186 or 07985160854
June 17, 2012 § Leave a comment
Qualified piano and cello teacher, accompanist. Teaches beginners to
Grade 8, prepares pupils for theory exams. Teaches privately and in
schools, children and adults.
Contact: Carol Galton
June 2, 2011 § Leave a comment
Chris is a didgeridoo player, teacher, performer and storyteller. He offers lessons and group workshops in didgeridoo playing, bushcraft, environmental art, nature awareness and outdoor play for individuals, schools, festivals, parties, team-building, youth groups, community groups and occupational therapy. Story-telling workshops based on creation myths and fables from around the world are enhanced by an intriguing collection of musical instruments. Stories are chosen to encourage wonder and connection with the natural world as well as conversation and debate across a wide range of sustainability issues.
Chris has performed and played with many musicians, from Paul Robertson of the Medici String Quartet to Hawkwind, from an Aboriginal dance troop in Coffs Harbour to Baka Beyond in Cheltenham. He was a founding member of the festival band Jabberwocky and has made a solo album called Fundijeri.
Website: http://www.thedidgeridooman.co.uk and http://www.wholeland.org.uk
Contact: Chris Holland
Telephone: 07980 601830
Address: 15 Vieux Close, Otterton, Budleigh Salterton, Devon, EX9 7JT
April 2, 2011 § Leave a comment
I am a qualified and experienced Music teacher offering private tuition in piano, singing, saxophone, music theory and also GCSE/A Level Music. I teach all ages (from 6 years to 60 years currently) and all levels. I tailor my teaching style to suit the individual and while I encourage pupils to work for ABRSM exams, my main aim is to build a long lasting love of music. Some of my previous pupils have gone on to have successful music careers while others still play and sing for pleasure.
Contact: Louise Prideaux, BA (Hons) Music, PGCE
Address: 4 Priddis Close, Exmouth, EX8 5PG
Telephone: 07957 633468
Location: Exmouth, Otterton, Woodbury
March 1, 2011 § Leave a comment
Young and enthusiastic piano teacher of pupils aged 5-80 years old, ranging from complete beginner to ABRSM Grade 8. Will has the DipABRSM diploma in Piano Teaching and is an experienced accompanist of big bands, choirs and soloists.
February 26, 2011 § Leave a comment
I’m a musical director, composer, writer and lyricist, workshop leader and singing teacher living and working in Exeter. I do most of my work with young people (5-18+) in schools and theatres, and have had a fantastic time over the past 15 years doing all sorts of musical projects. Highlights include composing and writing 8 musicals for young people, work with the Northcott Young Company, commissions from Devon Music Service and involvement in a big environmental project called ‘Earth Heart’ for the Diocese of Exeter and Exeter Cathedral.
Contact: Peter Kyrke-Smith
Telephone: 01392-469838 M: 07896-959073
February 22, 2011 § Leave a comment
Vocal Tuition is highly respected for and prides itself on its contribution and commitment to the foremost vocal methods, teaching, training and research in contemporary vocal genres. Frances James is a vocal trainer based in Exeter and London. The styles she teaches in modern music are pop, rock, jazz, R & B and musical theatre, plus any other variation in contemporary styles. Her methods are built on secure understanding of the anatomy and physiology of the vocal mechanism in accordance with the realities of contemporary vocal styles. Students of all styles and standards are welcome. Fran also works with damaged voices and as a Vocal Consultant working closely with NHS Speech and Language Therapy units she can give advice on vocal health and self management for vocal abuse singing styles.