Learning to play a musical instrument can provide you with a lifelong source of joy and creativity.
Yes, it can be challenging, hard work and sometimes frustrating but the rewards make it all worthwhile.
What better way to give a voice to your creativity .
Let me guide you along this challenging but immensely rewarding journey of musical discovery.
My teaching studio is in a comfortable log cabin - cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
I am a friendly, patient and encouraging teacher with many years experience. Why not email me or give me a ring to find out more:
Phone: 020 8363 4180
Mobile: 07714 721334
Here's what's inside my studio. All instruments are available for use during lessons although it's better for guitarists to bring their own instrument with which they are familiar.
Yamaha Upright Piano
This is a great sounding piano for classical music. Even if you have a keyboard at home to practice on it's good to get used to the feel of an acoustic piano.
It's also great for jazz - particularly jazz standards.
Click here for info on learning classical piano tuition.
Casio Privia 560 Digital Piano & Roland Juno DS Synthesiser
This is the way to go if you're into the funky stuff! A huge range of sounds available from both keyboards.
These are the instruments I use for gigging with my band.
Click here for info on jazz, funk and blues keyboard tuition.
Classical (Spanish) Guitar
Click here for info on guitar tuition.