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All submissions on this page are written by the teachers themselves and they appear in no particular order.

Note that we do not ask for a CRB check or any proof of qualifications for teachers to submit to this list. Many of the teachers will mention if they are CRB checked but please bear in mind that we do not currently corroborate this.

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Ros Gilman

07429 272 503

rostislav.gilman@me.com

Award winning violinist and former leader of the “European Philharmonic Orchestra” available for private tutoring.

Specialities: Violin /Viola, Music Theory and Aural Training

Grades: ALL (1-8)

Qualifications: Diploma in Concert Violin – “University of Music, Vienna”

M.A., B. A. (Hons) – “University of Music, Vienna”, “Royal College of Music, London”

*first lesson is free*

Paul Appleyard

Viola & Music Theory Teacher

Having worked extensively as a free-lance professional viola player with most of the UK’s major orchestras, I am now offering my services as a teacher of this instrument.

I also have a number of pupils who require tuition in Music Theory (to Grade 5) in order to go further with their instrumental exams. I am fully mobile and will travel to a home destination in London.

Ralitsa Naydenova

E: ralitsanaydenova@gmail.com

T: 07791 779291

W: http://velesensemble.com/

£45 for 60 minutes
£30 for 30 minutess

I am a professional violinist and violist based in North London.
I am a very enthusiastic teacher with excellent communication skills.
I have experience delivering group lessons on violin, viola and music theory.
Having taught students from beginner’s level to conservatoire standard, I teach to a high level
though always in an enjoyable manner. Consequently, my students have achieved high
standards during their education and examination processes.
Qualifications
• Foyle Future First (Solo Viola)
London Philharmonic Orchestra, London
• Postgraduate Artist Diploma Performance (Viola)
Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, London
• Masters of Arts (Violin)
Royal Academy of Music, London
• LRAM, Teaching Diploma, Royal Academy of Music, London
• MU, Child Protection Awareness Training; DBS check
Teaching
I can accommodate students at my home, but I am also willing to travel if required.
I am flexible both during the weekdays and weekends. I am happy to negotiate the place and
time of the lesson that suit your needs.
Please, feel free to get in touch with me if you require more information or if you have any
further questions.

Nick Marshall

BA Hons Royal Academy of Music

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07956 538 740

nickmarshall1@gmail.com

http://nickmarshalluk.com/

£40 / hour

£30 / 45 minutes

£20 / 30 minutes

I play and teach a large range of instruments to a high level, covering pretty much any musical style.

Instruments I teach include:

All Guitars (classical, steel strung, electric (my speciality) and bass) and I have a fantastic collection of various guitars at my studio with different tunings etc.

Strings (Double Bass, Cello, Viola, Violin, Mandolin and Ukulele)

Piano / Keyboard (both classical and jazz)

Drums

Flute and Saxophone

I also teach Music Theory, including classical, pop, jazz or any style you may be interested in.

I have had students of all ages (young to old), abilities (beginner to pro).

Lessons with me can either take place at your home or at my studio in Southgate/East Barnet (EN4).

Please feel free to give me a call or send me an email if you have any questions or want to arrange a lesson.

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I’m available daytime Monday-Wednesday (sometimes Thursday & Friday when I’m not teaching at schools) and I can also do Friday afternoons and Saturdays. Sundays may also be doable on certain weeks. If you contact me I’m sure we’ll be able to arrange a time and location that will suit you.

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I’m also particularly interested in teaching ‘classical’ musicians how to play by ear and how to improvise.

If you’d like to free yourself from the constraints of the written page, be more imaginative and develop your ears for working out music (of any genre!) then you should come along to one of the workshops I host on Improvisation at Les Aldrich Music.

A little more information and the schedule is available here: http://lesaldrichmusic.co.uk/events/

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Finally a little background on myself:

I’ve been playing music every day since I was around 4 years old (1978!) and I’ve been teaching non-stop for the last 16 years. Much of my teaching over these years has been at a variety of schools in Haringey, Enfield & Barnet (both primary and secondary) as well as a very successful Rock & Pop course at the EBMC (East Barnet Music Centre) for around 12 years. Throughout this period I have also had countless private students.

I currently teach at Finchley Catholic Boys School (for the last 12 years) and privately (mostly at my studio) in the evenings and on Saturdays. When not doing that I am often composing and recording my own music, collaborating with friends, learning new instruments & caring for my son who is on the autistic spectrum – I also have extensive experience of teaching people with special needs.

I look forward to hearing from you and helping you learn to play what you want in a way you enjoy.