Mr Mark Birchall

4.5 star(s) from 2 votes

I have been teaching music (piano and keyboard) full-time for twelve years. I also teach other instruments, Music Theory and Music Technology. I have helped pupils pass Grade Exams, join and perform in bands/groups/orchestras, and many have become expert musicians.

I make music lessons as enjoyable as possible, as pupils progress and practice more when they see their instrument as a source of enjoyment. I have learned over the years that each pupil requires a different approach to learning, so I adapt my teaching methods to the needs of each pupil. I am happy to teach you any style of music you would like to learn.

I can provide many references from current and former pupils, and I am CRB checked.




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  • 3 Manley Road, Waterloo
    Crosby, Merseyside L227RA
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  • Mobile: 07981031842
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Disclosure and Barring Service: yes

Qualification: ABRSM Piano & Music theory Grades 1-8

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 Highly recommeded, 09-07-2017 05:57PM

By: Carol Suthern

Mark has been teaching my 13 year old son the piano for 4 years. He really enjoys Mark's lessons and has made great progress. Mark is friendly and reliable and I highly recommend him.

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