Well done to all students this term for tackling some impressive music and showing real commitment to their instruments! You've all earned a well-deserved break, so enjoy the time off. Please try your best to keep up with the work you've been set, ready to show me your musical skills after the Spring holiday!
It's been a fantastic term and everyone has worked very hard, indeed! I'm now looking forward to taking a short break from teaching and enjoying some quiet time in the fresh countryside air.
See you all next term!
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I'm having a winter sale!
From TODAY up to the 21st December (2018), if you book and pay for 4 half-hour lessons you will automatically get another two absolutely free!
Looking for lessons for a loved one and want a friendly, fun and expert tutor at an amazing price? Why not take advantage of my winter sale?!
Piano, guitar, ukulele, music theory, composition, exams... everything is included in my winter sale, so send me a text or call me to discuss further details on 07731816132. Alternatively, you can send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Due to the Christmas holidays, lessons booked as Christmas gifts will be redeemable from January 2019 but can stillbe booked ahead of the new year! This promotion is only open to new students.
It's been a fantastic first half term with lots of students enjoying getting stuck into their new pieces and beginning to explore fresh new exam syllabi.
The half term is a chance for some students to rest and take a short break from school but it's also a great opportunity to enjoy music. I'm encouraging students to listen to pieces of music, bands or composers they've never encountered before, from the likes of Brazilian guitarist Guinga, to Rage Against the Machine and pieces by Beethoven and Debussy - ask me for your own personalised recommendations!
With the weather turning cooler we find ourselves staying indoors, so why not put down the Xbox or Playstation controller and grab the guitar or plant yourself at the piano for a while?