Mrs Jill Osborn

Mrs Jill Osborn
5 star(s) from 1 votes

I am a highly qualified teacher, with over 20 years teaching experience within schools and in my own busy, private teaching practice. Children and adults equally welcome, from complete beginners to advanced pupils,in a friendly environment. I aim to inspire a love of music and playing the piano that will be a lifelong pleasure. I cover all styles of playing, from classical to popular music. 

Lessons take place during weekday afternoons and evenings, and Saturday afternoons. 





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  • Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire LU7 3WJ
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Disclosure and Barring Service: Yes

Qualification: B. Mus (Hons) Dip. RCM

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Piano Teachers

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