Esther Hargittai MA Choral Conducting Kodály approach
Solfege, Choral conducting
Telephone: 07900 828 497
ONLINE MUSICIANSHIP CLASSES https://kodaly_with_esther.teachable.com/
Angela Fogg BA Hons LRSM CKME
Piano and Kodaly musicianship
Pre-school, Primary, Secondary, Adults
Sing-a-Song Music Classes Tuesday afternoons at ETNA,
Rosslyn Road, East Twickenham, Middx. TW1 2AR
Classes for ages 3 1/2 to 11 – £80 per term.
Also teaches musicianship at Colourstrings (Kingston University) and Sacred Heart School Teddington.
Telephone: 020 8892 5183
Celia Cviic MA ARCM CKME
Music Skills: Wimbledon, Wednesdays, 11.30 – 13.00
Community Choir: New Malden, Wednesdays, 19.30 – 21.00
Group singing: New Malden, Thursdays, 19.30 – 21.00
Women’s Choir: New Malden, Tuesdays, 13.00 – 14.30
Telephone: 02089 466528
Piano, guitar, chromatic harmonica and singing Eva is an experienced, friendly and flexible teacher, who is keen to go the extra mile to ensure her students and their parents are happy. She specialises in teaching children aged 4 to 10 and holds a full enhanced DBS certificate
She prepares her students for graded examinations: ABRSM, Trinity College, Rock School and Music Teachers’ Board Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jurand Zygadlo QTS, MEd
SW1, W1,W2, EC1,EC2, E3,N1, NW1,NW8, N4, N5, E9, E8, W11, WC1, EC4, EC2, EC3, SE4, SE13
Guitar, Violin, Singing, Piano and Early Years Music Classes
Preparation for ABRSM and Trinity Guildhall exams
Violin and musicianship
Primary, Secondary, Adults
Tufnell Park Music Club
Saint Benets Church Hall
Thursdays: musicianship classes at 5.00 and 6.00 for key stage 2.
Telephone: 020 7284 1737
Penny Middleton PGCE, BKA Advanced Musicianship, CKME
Musicianship, Recorder, Guitar, Piano, Keyboard
Berkshire Maestros Mini Maestros classes at Windsor Music Centre, please see Berkshire Maestros website.
Surrey Arts tuition on recorder, guitar, piano and keyboard, please see Surrey Arts website.
Private tuition by arrangement.
Telephone: 01784 253514
Stepping Notes Music School BACantab, CertAdvStudiesGSMD
Surrey, Berkshire, London
Pre-instrumental musicianship, Piano Musicianship
Stepping Notes Music School for ages 2 to 8: Tuesday afternoons and Saturday mornings, Englefield Green, Surrey
Stepping Notes Piano Musicianship School: see website for details
Stepping Notes Violin School: see website for details
Stepping Notes was founded in 1999 by Nikhil and Angela Dally; it is the oldest independent music school in the Egham area. We are professional musicians, trained to post-graduate university or conservatory level, with over 20 years’ teaching experience. We offer music tuition of the highest standard. We base our practice upon the philosophies and methods of Zoltán Kodály, Emile Jaques-Dalcroze and Géza Szilvay – which gives our tuition coherence and continuity throughout all disciplines, from beginner to advanced, from young to old.
Telephone: 01932 363624
Maggie Boyd B.Mus, CEE Music Workshop Skills plus a lifetime of training and Professional Development with the British Kodály Academy and the Kodály Institute in Kecskemét, Hungary
London N19, N1, N4, N5, N7, N8, N10, E8 and online everywhere
Singing and Kodály Musicianship teaching for bumps to 99 years, Whole-class music, Private lessons in voice,
Musicianship for most instruments, including Theory, Sight-singing and Pre-instrumental Musicianship and Composition. I include Kodály musicianship as part of my singing teaching practice.
Specialist in teaching students with Learning Differences or “on the spectrum” and students who have to work to sing in tune. I offer:
– 6 week singing courses for beginners
– Sequential EY music classes based on a Kodály approach, using song, rhymes, actions, puppets, lycra games and scaled wooden percussion instruments.
– Services as a choral leader
“I am looking to get back into running a regular class of my own and working with local school or nurseries again”
My approach is: if it’s not fun or joyful, we’re doing it wrong!
Telephone: 0207 272 2682
Text: 07921 786 758
Selena Kay BMus (Hons), MMus, PGCE
Solfege / adult musicianship
Theory (beginner to advanced)
Links to my Morley College and City Lit classes starting in September 2021:
Morley College courses are on site , City Lit courses are online.
- Clapping and movement exercises
- Developing familiarity with relative solfa
- Establishing building blocks of pentatonic and diatonic tonalities
- Sight singing and transcribing simple melodies and rhythms
- Developing understanding of chords and harmony
- Singing in two parts
- Develop confidence with different minor tonalities
- Understanding diatonic modes
- Develop improvisation skills
- Further explorations of harmony
- Understanding and recognising different types of cadences
- Hearing and understanding modulations
- Score reading