Music Tuition

Learning a musical instrument is an excellent way for your child to learn discipline and to set and reach goals for themselves. Music can often be linked to attainment and children who excel at a particular instrument have shown to achieve better. Prospective schools are always looking for children with outside talents and guitar, drums or other classical instruments are a great addition to any application. Our team of talented music teachers are friendly, experienced and patient. Get in touch to find out more about getting your child started with an instrument that could become a lifelong passion!

Our Music Tutors

Tim Carnegie

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Tim Carnegie graduated with a degree in Music from the University of East London achieving a 2:1. He has 6 years experience teaching Drums & Percussion in primary and secondary schools across London.Tim has been playing the drums professionally for the last 8 years, including touring Europe’s Jazz scene and recording at Abbey Road studios.

Lucas Geddes

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Lucas graduated from the British Institute of Modern Music in 2018, and has been working as a private guitar tutor for the past 2 years. Lucas tutors to a wide variety of different age groups, helping prepare for grade exams, or personalising his approach to fit the students own desired skill set. In his spare time, Lucas is also currently working on original material, writing, producing, and recording with various different artists and producers.

Lily Hope

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Lily learnt to play the cello in London at the Royal College of Music to a professional level. She has experience of teaching academic music, cello, and music theory in many scenarios over a number of years, but still find each lesson to be new and exciting. She has played all kinds of music during her career, from symphonies to musicals, operas to pop and contemporary music – but her favourite thing to play is chamber music with her string quartet. When she is not making music she likes exploring nature, discovering London’s secrets, or staying at home with her pets!

David Muncey

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David is an accomplished trumpeter, engaging teacher and all round music lover. He studied the Trumpet at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, and now plays and teaches professionally.  He loves to explore all types of music from contemporary, to historic performance and Jazz. Away from Music David loves board sports from snowboarding to skateboarding, but also enjoys a game of football with friends on the weekend.

Benedict Green

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Benedict Green is a professional musician, with over fifteen years’ experience managing and working in bands, doing session work and TV appearances. Trained in the Suzuki method from a young age, Ben plays the violin and the electric bass and studied Music with Technology at Kingston University. He has experience in teaching young children and focuses on providing a calm and supportive tutorship that builds students’ confidence and sense of musicality. As a member of the National Children’s Orchestra in childhood, Ben is passionate about and understanding of the joy, value (and occasional frustration!) of learning an instrument in younger years.

Jeremy Paul

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Jeremy is a highly experienced drum teacher, performer and composer; he teaches students of all ages and abilities covering jazz, pop, funk, rock and Brazilian styles. He studied a masters in Jazz Performance at Guildhall School of Music and Drama. During this time, he attained a distinction in his final recital. Specialising in improvisation techniques, Jeremy offers tailor made lessons for every student to best suit their musical development.

Alex Bramwell

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Alex Bramwell graduated with a BMus in popular music performance from ICMP in 2015. Since then he has been working in countless projects including many London and UK touring theatre shows. He is currently playing for many artists such as the neo soul band ‘Stone Fruit’ and the energetic 8 piece funk band ‘Mulvey’s Medicine’, while also being the permanent bass guitarist for the international party band ‘MK & the Misters’. When not working, he spends his time writing and arranging music with friends and artists.

Eddie Mulvey

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Eddie Mulvey graduated in Music Performance and Guitar from LCCM. He has been teaching acoustic and electric guitar, ukulele and bass guitar since 2015 to all ages. Eddie is currently playing lead guitar for the international party band ‘MK & the Misters’, a roots rock reggae band ‘The Majestic’ and creating his own music with jazz funk band ‘Mulvey’s Medicine’. In his spare time he enjoys rock climbing, dancing and yoga.

Leo Monteiro de Barros

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Leo is an accomplished piano player and can play fluently in many styles from Classical and Jazz to Blues and Rock and Pop. He has 4 years’ experience as a music teacher in primary and secondary schools in Kent and South East London. Leo can teach many aspects of music, from taking GCSE exams, music theory exams to taking rock and pop instrumental exams.

Gabriel Pérez Kassner

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Gabriel Perez Kassner has inherited the talent and passion for the guitar that runs in his family. Both his parents and grandfather are guitar teachers! He studied guitar and music at the Conservatori del Liceu in Barcelona and LCCM in London. An experienced player, composer and songwriter, Gabriel has extensively performed in bands and as a solo artist, releasing his own music under the moniker Gabriel Kazz, and recently writing the music for Ben Fogle’s Tales from the Wilderness UK Tour. He’s started teaching guitar in 2013 in his hometown in Spain, and now in London teaches guitar, ukulele and singing lessons to all ages. Gabriel believes in developing a personal teaching approach for every student and he is a versatile player capable of teaching many styles, such as Fingerpicking, Classical, Rock, Reggae, Jazz or Bossa Nova.