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My mission is to create and facilitate an environment where you have the opportunity to grow and experience all that music offers, no matter where you are on that journey, and no matter how you engage with music.
Studying for a teaching diploma can be a lonely, overwhelming and uncertain experience to battle through on your own. I offer a simple and flexible way to help you prepare for your teaching diploma, which centres around a sense of creativity and imagination.
Here in Lichfield, I offer a range of simple and flexible options to help students learn, all of which centre around creativity and imagination. Lessons can provide a gateway to a whole range of musical experiences, hours of enjoyment, and a lifetime’s fulfilment.
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Freelance writer & researcher
Latest Blog Posts
Like many, I had instrumental lessons as a child. First of all, I had piano lessons which I started age six, then flute lessons, then later on, singing lessons. As is often the case, post-school, and once…
Whether for an examination, particularly at diploma level, or to share music with an audience, creating an interesting and attractive musical programme for a concert is an art form. Here, Ruth Carlyle reflects on her experience of…
This is a question which I’m often asked, and it’s a justifiable consideration. It’s a question which arises, much in the same way as the one much-debated by teachers as to whether someone should learn an instrument…
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