We are now taking bookings for music tuition across a variety of instruments.
All our Tutors have been selected after volunteering to work in the school in some capacity. They all share our love of learning, making and will be working closely with the music department to build on studio and school experiences.
To book sessions please email the tutor directly (Addresses below) For any general enquiries you can contact Allison Cooper acooper@schoolofcreativearts.
All payments via parentpay. Please note, payments must be received 24hrs (or more) prior to the first session starting.
Sessions will be £12 for 30 minutes in blocks of 10 sessions or a pay as you go (please note single tasters are available upon request)
Group tuition available as well to split the costs.
Saturday Music School 11-12pm – music production, group singing and group instrumental learning (term time only)
£5 per session to book sessions please email Allison Cooper acooper@schoolofcreativearts.
Allison Cooper – Head of Music firstname.lastname@example.org
(Piano, singing, clarinet, recorder and saxophone. I will also be offering music theory and also music therapy sessions.)
Available: Mondays 4-8pm, Tuesdays 5:15 – 8pm, Wednesdays 4-8pm, Fridays 4-8pm
I am multi-instrumental musician, singer, songwriter and composer and trained at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama in Music and Education and completed an MA in Music Therapy.
My personal musical path has been about building my own self esteem, confidence, courage and self-discipline as well as studying the technical aspects of music. A lifelong musical path has given me the experience and understanding to be able to help students break through any creative blocks to find their unique musical and vocal self-expression and to be the best they can be.
Jacob Bradshaw (Vocal, guitar and beatbox tuition) email@example.com
My name is Jacob Bradshaw, I am a local singer/songwriter specialising in vocal, guitar and beatbox tuition. I have recently completed my music degree at Plymouth university and I am now pursuing a career in music tuition and community music leadership. PCSA’s advocacy for cultivating creativity within education is inspirational and I am very excited to be a part of it.
Rosemary Babichev (Violin) firstname.lastname@example.org
I teach individual or paired lessons in violin to Grade V, beginners piano, recorder and music theory. The weekly sessions open to all for Phase 1 recorder group and the lunchtime orchestras in Phases 1 and 2 are directed by me as well.
About my musical background: I won a music scholarship to an independent school at 12, and took Grade 8 Violin aged 15, then studied piano while taking my A levels. I have been a serious amateur musician ever since, sometimes teaching, sometimes performing at festivals and local events. Central to my approach is cultivating the delight of music, and achieving and noticing it from the earliest stages of learning an instrument. I aim to ensure a child has at least once during every lesson, an experience of music that sounds ‘right’ to them. This is always the reward that motivates achieving greater things. Being able to play more music means constantly working on technique. This needs practice between lessons – at least 10-15 minutes, four times a week, with patient support and encouragement from parents. I teach sight-reading and music theory through music the children make up themselves or learn by ear, nursery rhymes, theme tunes and pieces from music books and ABRSM exams.
Lessons can be arranged during or outside school time and on Saturday mornings at PSCA until 1300.
Jacob (Keyboards) email@example.com
Available Mon -Thurs 4 – 8pm
Jacob is a prodigious song- writer, with several albums worth of material; his forth coming solo project will feature guest vocals from world renowned musicians including Vince Lee, and Michael Mathieson. His song, ‘Find your Way,’ written for Antimatador has been used for the Looe festival promotional video. Jacob has several years teaching experience, and a Grade 8 in classical piano.
Nick Barbour firstname.lastname@example.org
Sophie Corwood. Instrumental Teacher ( Piano, Clarinet and Saxophone.)
I am a multi-instrumental musician, playing piano, saxophone and clarinet. I am currently studying for a Music BA at the University of Plymouth.
I have enjoyed experiencing the different places that music has taken me and the different people that I have met along my musical career.