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Each year thousands of children begin music lessons for the first time. And thousands of parents wait with bated breath for their little caterpillars to transform into butterflies. Such is the pote... 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
Do you want to learn to play the clarinet? Or perhaps you already know a thing or two, but are looking to improve your skills? You may then benefit by receiving lessons from an experienced Clarinet teacher. All our teachers at MusicTutors.co.uk are skilled and experienced teachers as well as professional musicians. This means that not only will you get the most out of your lessons, but you will also get better - no matter your current level or age. We offer lessons to everyone!
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The Clarinet is a woodwind instrument used in a wide range of ensembles, especially in jazz and classical music. Have you ever seen the movie, Amadeus? There's a scene where Salieri talks about Mozarts Sérénade No. 10 Gran Patita. In this piece of music, you can hear the clarinet alongside the oboe in beautiful harmony. A sound so sweet it makes you smile.
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