Piano Lessons at your house - Friendly Teacher for Adults and Children - Stirling & Clackmannanshire

Piano Lessons at your house - Friendly Teacher for Adults and Children - Stirling & Clackmannanshire

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  • Dollar, Clackmannanshire FK14 7DU
  • Mobile: 07775714919
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  • Hours

    Monday 09:30 - 22:30
    Tuesday 09:30 - 22:30
    Wednesday 09:30 - 22:30
    Thursday 09:30 - 22:30
    Friday 09:30 - 22:30

Experienced and friendly music teacher with a few available time slots. If you are looking to play for a hobby or if you are looking to pass music exams I can help you.

I have previous experience in helping students pass ABRSM and Trinity Guildhall graded exams and have students who now play at Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. I can also help you prepare for music exams in school.

If you are looking for a more relaxed approach I ‘m happy teach you your favourite songs and help you to be able to pick up songs by ear.

All lessons are taught at the students house to save you time and inconvenience.

Contact Martin at 07775 714 919




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Qualification: Grade 8, Degree in Music And Audio

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