I have been in love with music for as long as I can remember. I started off teaching myself piano and singing when I was 11 years old and eventually b... read more
Louis teaches Electric Bass and Upright Bass from beginners to advanced students ages 7 and up. He specialises in both Jazz and Classical music. Louis... read more
Huw is an actively working guitarist, songwriter, arranger and teacher based in London. He has been playing guitar for 12 years with 10 years professi... read more
Alex has been a music tutor since the age of 17 when, after passing his Rockschool Grade 8 a year or so before, he set up his own drum teaching busine... read more
Lorentz has 17 years of playing experience and 5 years in the teaching world. He passed with the highest honours at Leeds College of Music majoring in... read more
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Here’s a question as old as time: why do we teach creative subjects in schools? Why are children singing and dancing when they could be adding sums and swilling test tubes? Especially now, as... Read more
Ever wondered who’s playing drums for your favourite artist? Or who played violin on that record? The answer is: a session musician. These highly skilled musicians are hired to play backing i... Read more
This week is National Recycle Week in the UK. People up and down the country are reminded of their collective responsibility to the planet. Businesses like Coca-Cola, the Co-op, Ocado, Danone and W... Read more
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Imagine yourself sitting in front of your school careers advisor. They ask you what your favourite subjects are and where you see yourself in ten years’ time. You reply that you’ve alwa... Read more
It can be intimidating to start learning a new instrument, especially for those who are underrepresented in the music sector. Drum tutor Flo Toch feels passionately about inclusivity in the music i... Read more
Whatever your instrument of choice, playing music is an amazing skill to have. We believe that anyone can play music and should have access to an amazing music teacher who can guide and encourage y... Read more
Pride month is over. The rainbow flags have been neatly folded away, the glitter and ticker-tape washed from the streets by summer showers. But the issues facing millions of LGBTQ+ people are still... Read more
We’re all familiar with The Beatles. The four cheeky scousers with mop-top haircuts defined what it means to make popular music in the modern age. Their songs rank among the greatest ever wri... Read more
Are you considering putting yourself or your child forward for a graded music exam? Graded music exams can be a fantastic way of celebrating achievement and putting milestones in a musical journey.... Read more
We believe you’re on the right track! Academic and scientific research now confirms that learning music is one of the best things you can do to improve brain functionality, not to mention improvements to your mental health and overall health. Aside from learning a new skill that will bring you a lifetime of pleasure, you’ll also live a happier, healthier and more balanced life! Convinced yet? Try out your first music lesson in London with us for half price!
Children are fortunate to be presented with a whole host of curricular and extra-curricular opportunities in today’s London. We are certain that music lessons in London should be one of these essential skills offered to our young people. Nothing comes close to combining cognitive development, creativity, problem solving and emotional intelligence as taking music lessons in London. However, too often, poor teaching and the more practical problems of time, place and location (issues we fully understand the importance of) mean that this vital pursuit is in decline. MusicTutors wants to arrest this decline by providing a straightforward, simple and practical solution for families: high-quality, professional and trustworthy tutors, providing music lessons in London at a time and place to suit you. Wherever you are based in the UK, our expert and expanding team have all gone through a thorough recruitment and vetting process to ensure you will get the best quality, and the best possible experience. Contact one of our tutors today and you’ll receive your first music lesson in London at half price!
Everyday, we are privileged to hear stories from our London community about plans to get into or get back into playing music. For some, before more pressing commitments, they enjoyed learning music at school and now, years later, they want to rediscover that enjoyment. Some have always dreamed of playing and now having a family means they have a reason to learn alongside! Every day we hear a story that really makes us stop and think about how deep music runs in people. The man who nearly missed his train, stopping to hear a piano being played at Waterloo concourse, promising himself there and then that he would return in the future to perform his favourite piece. The lady whose late husband was a pianist and now he’s gone can think of no finer tribute than to learn his former craft. We hear some wonderful stories, and we’re sure yours will be no different! Either get in touch with us directly so we can help you find your perfect music lessons in London, or have a look for yourself at our tutors for music lessons in London - simply send a message to any one of our teachers directly through their profile. We’ll send you a welcome gift of 50% off the first of your music lessons in London!
What do Paul McCartney, Claude Debussy, Ed Sheeran, and Herbie Hancock all have in common? They were/are always learning! Musicians are a unique species: open, humble, often self-deprecating and well aware of just how endless music is. That said, it is easy to get stuck in a rut, to always return to the same old pieces. If that sounds like you, then you need our help! Search our range of tutors and enjoy a few lessons on expanding your repertoire, learning a new style or brushing up on a technique or some theory knowledge. Learning something new is always a great refresher and our high-quality music lessons in London are always personalised to you: the student. Learn what you want, when you want, at a London location that suits you! The first music lesson in London with your chosen tutor is half price!
More so than other skills or pastimes, music lessons in London are a very personal experience. It is essential to not only have a brilliant music teacher but also to have complete trust in them. At MusicTutors, we are proud that all tutors of our music lessons in London and across the UK have gone through a stringent recruitment process. All sign up to a code of conduct and all have achieved the highest level of background check available, the enhanced DBS certificate. Our music tutors deliver not only a professional service but also, crucially, a safe one. Message one of them today for 50% off the first of your music lessons in London.
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London has a world-class reputation for music. The city hosts some of the biggest venues, outstanding universities and conservatoires, and is home to hundreds of famous musicians! London has given us iconic artists such as David Bowie, The Clash, and The Rolling Stones.
London is home to countless music venues, including everything from arenas and stadiums to tiny trendy bars. Some of London's biggest venues include O2 Arena, Wembley Stadium, and Wembley Arena. These are great for watching big, well-known bands, but if you're looking for indpendant bands and upcoming talent, you can check out venues like The Old Blue Last, The Finsbury and The Lexington. For touring bands, there's also The Roundhouse, O2 Academy Brixton, and Kentish Town Forum.
But that's not all! For fans of classical and jazz, The Barbican hosts an eclectic range of concerts throughout the year. Also, The Royal College of Music and Royal Academy of Music regularly host evening and lunchtime concerts from students, as well as some of the most highly regarded musicians in the world.
Of course, it's almost impossible to cover everything musical that's happening in London right now - it's truly endless! Check out these guides for an in-depth look at what's on:
When we start our musical journey, buying an instrument is the first hurdle to clear. There is almost a whole new language to learn and it's difficult to know where to start. However, if you go into a great music shop, there will be an expert on hand to get you started! Rose Morris is a great Central London store with a stunning selection of guitars. Similarly, Wunjo Guitars has a fantastic selection of guitars and bass guitars. If you’re interested in playing strings, The Piano Warehouse in South West London. Check out PMT for all your music technology needs, plus they have a great range of drum kits!
Want to take your music practise and make it social? Great idea! There are plenty of amateur and professional music groups that you can join in London. London City Voices is open to all those wanting to get involved - they put on annual concerts as well as great social events. Instrumentalists, click here for an extensive list of groups you can join in London.
At MusicTutors, we are always on hand connecting students with their perfect tutor. If you have any questions about music lessons in London, call us on 07946125613 or get in touch via email at [email protected]. The office team are all professional musicians and educators who love giving great service. Get in touch today!
We are always looking for talented music tutors in London and all over the UK. Think you're the right person for the job?Apply here!