Music Lessons

I currently offer lessons in clarinet, saxophone, piano, theory, composition and more.
I teach in person in and around Nuneaton (Warks.) and Hinckley (Leics.), and online.

Teaching Profile

Hello! My name is Amy and I’m a friendly, patient and enthusiastic teacher with experience of teaching both adults and children of varying ages and skill levels.

I have been teaching ever since graduating from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama with a First Class Honours Degree, and I love it.

I hold a full extended DBS check certificate and am trained in safeguarding, having taught privately at homes, in schools and online.

I am a musician and composer with a background in classical music, jazz/big band and pop. I believe that anyone can learn to play and understand music, and enjoy doing it!

Whether you want to make progress on your instrument, learn how to write your own music or pass your GCSE or A Level exam with the grade you want, I can offer you quality tuition tailored to suit your personal goals.

Scroll down to learn about the other tutoring and workshops I offer.

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I currently teach:

Clarinet and Saxophone

Piano and Keyboard

Drums (beginner/intermediate)

Theory and Aural Skills

Composition and Songwriting

What can I offer?

Click on one of the links below for more information about instrument lessons, theory lessons and group workshops.

Instrument
Lessons

I currently provide lessons in piano, clarinet, saxophone, keyboard, recorder and beginner drums in a variety of musical styles, either in person or online.

Theory
Lessons

Whether your aim is to pass your Grade 5 theory exam with flying colours, get the GCSE or A Level grade you want, or to to improve your general musical understanding, I can help!

Group
Workshops

I can provide a variety of fun music workshops and group sessions at your school or club, or for your homeschooling group.


Why take lessons with me?


My Approach

I believe in tailoring lesson content to each individual’s goals and tastes, and letting your interests lead the way. For some people it makes sense to go down the exam route but for many others it doesn’t, and there’s no point in investing hours of practice time and effort into learning pieces that don’t inspire you when you could be delving into something you love! I teach music because I still find it exciting more than twenty years after starting my first instrumental lessons, and I want students to find a lifelong joy in music-making too.

My Track Record

Every student I have entered into a graded exam has passed with either distinction or merit.

My Resources

Not only am I constantly on the hunt for new resources to try out with my students, but I also have a virtual library of my own that I’ve made over the years, including fun theory worksheets, flash card printables and custom sheet music. Whatever we’re working on in lessons, I will have some helpful relevant materials on hand to aid learning (and if not, I will make it!).

Grand Piano With Sheet Music
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