Kay Risley Professional Flute and Piano Tuition

Kay Risley Professional Flute and Piano Tuition
I'm a former professional orchestral player and ISM member with 40 years of teaching experience who would love to help you learn the flute or piano from beginner to diploma level online.Also recorder, keyboard and music theory tuition.Having obtained a scholarship to the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire I subsequently enjoyed an orchestral career. I am able to teach advanced students and pupils who wish to take their diplomas in teaching and performing having already taken their grade 8, however I am equally happy to take complete beginners and work through all the grades for any syllabus including Abrsm, Trinity and AMEB.Some of my pupils have won scholarships to study abroad and in the UK at the Music Conservatoires and specialist childrens’ music schools such as Chetham’s. Others have pursued professional careers; many have won music scholarships to attend private schools or play in the National Children’s Youth Orchestras.I also give lessons to complete beginners and am happy to teach children with special needs. I am also available to work on just technique or tone, if necessary.Lessons given on Skype, Zoom, Facebook or What's App worldwide.

Contact Information

  • South Ham Road
    Basingstoke
    Basingstoke, Hampshire RG22 6AB
    England
  • vCard
  • Open 24 Hours

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Additional User Information

Disclosure and Barring Service: Yes

Qualification: ABSM teaching; ABSM performing, MISM

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Piano Teachers

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