Showing 46 results in the category Individuals in education.
Comp, teacher, dir.
ZigZag Music Productions, Croesco, Church Lane, Hilton, Huntingdon, PE28 9NH
Author of books and articles on musical talent, choral singing and various aspects of music educ, inc articles and reviews for Classroom Music, Music Teacher, Education Business, SMA Bulletin and Rhinegold Guide to Music Education. Twitter: @bettegrayfow
Private tuition & coaching for singers and vocal groups. Also co-ord/instructor of voice workshops.
40 Woolstone Rd, London, SE23 2SG
Dr Charles (Charlie) Beale is an international choral conductor, jazz educator and activist in LGBTQ singing worldwide. Artistic Director (2007-19) of the 275 strong New York City Gay Men’s Chorus and Vice-Chair of the Board of GALA Choruses, he regularly conducts at Carnegie Hall and the South Bank. Co-Artistic Director of Various Voices 2009, and conductor of an all-Australia LGBTQ chorus in 2013. Nominated for a UK Jazz Parliamentary Award in 2005, he co-wrote OUP's ‘Popular Voiceworks’. A strategic thinker, Charlie believes passionately in the power of music to bring people together.
468 Warren Street, Apt 2, Brooklyn, New York, 11217, United States
W/shops and lectures in many areas inc free improvisation. Contemporary pno playing, Henry Cowell/John Cage, comp.
11 Marks Ave, Ongar, CM5 9AY
Tpt, Natural Tpt
2 The Courtyard, Sondes Place, Westcott Road, Dorking, RH4 3GE, United Kingdom
Flute, Piano, Singing & Music Theory Teacher | Teacher Mentor & Consultant | Composer, Arranger & Publisher | Piano Accompanist | Freelance Writer & Researcher | PhD Student, Royal College of Music (RCM), London
Tpt player, teacher, lecturer, broadcaster, author, co-dir of Jazz College.
129 Westborough Rd, Westcliff on Sea, SS0 9JG
Jazz pianist, orchestral conductor, bandleader, singer and author of “A Classical Approach to Jazz Piano” published by Hal Leonard. He teaches jazz and improvisation to classical pianists at the Royal Academy of Music. He also founded Music & Management in 2003 to provide musical learning experiences for executive development programs and business conferences. Current projects include the Dominic Alldis Trio with bassist Andrew Cleyndert and drummer Martin France. Dominic Alldis is a Steinway Artist and an Honorary Associate of the Royal Academy of Music in London.
Saxophonist, teaches sax to individuals and small groups; leads pupils' sax ens and swing band; presents jazz, blues, improvisation and sax w/shops in schools, universities, arts centres, etc. Runs Learning the Blues and Improvisation Now. Venues have incd Oxford University Faculty of Music, Oxford Playhouse and schools and arts centres across England as well as Argentina, Hong Kong, Ukraine and USA. His work has been sponsored by the Musicians' Union, British Council, Southern Arts and the Arts Council England.
3 Thesiger Rd, Abingdon, OX14 2DX, United Kingdom
Comp and mus dir with many commissioned works for young people, especially young people's music theatre. Extensive experience in leading and devising large scale projects. Comp/creative w/shops, collaborations with dance, drama, art, sculpture, video, INSET and CPD training etc. Recent projects: National Project Manager Creative Partners for Progression (Aimhigher & Creative Partnerships), Music Leader, Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, Yorkshire Youth & Music, festival residencies England, Wales, France, Australia etc.
4 Sunny Bank, Shipley, W Yorks, BD18 3RP
Music educator, specialises in teaching and performing Indian folk music from the Punjab. Teaches dholak, dhol and tabla at all levels in schools. Also runs the Azaad Dhol Group.
7 Argyle Rd, Blakenhall, Wolverhampton, WV2 4NY
School visits to talk about inst-making and restoration, acoustics, care and maintenance of insts.
10 Camp Hill, West Malvern, WR14 4BZ, United Kingdom
Internationally active jazz comp, cond, bari sax player; mgr dir of Fuzzy Moon Records and Fuzzy Moon Music; chief exec & artistic dir of National Youth Jazz Collective; ex head of jazz Trinity College of Music; visiting lecturer in jazz comp and dir of large ens at BCU, RAM, RCM, Leeds College of Music and Sound and Music summer school; consultant and advisor for the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors, Jazz Services and Youth Music; trustee of Women's Jazz Archive and member of advisory committee to the All Party Parliamentary Jazz Awards.
Fuzzy Moon Music, PO Box 63456, London, SE4 9AD
Cellist, James Barralet has given recitals at many of the UK's major venues and recorded three solo CDs for Landor and SOMM records. Artistic director of the Whittington Chamber Music Fesitval, he is in strong demand as a chamber musician. As a composer, he has an extensive collection of cello ensemble pieces, with commissions from Beijing Music Festival, Cello 8ctet Amsterdam, Royal Academy, STOMP Korea, Mecklenberg. He is also an experienced orchestral section leader, lover of Indian music, and experienced education workshop leader.
Saxes, fl. Leader of Jan y su Salsa (Afro-Cuban music); Jan Steele Quartet (jazz); member of Cafecito charanga band and Metalworks gamelan. Also jazz and classical.
1 St Anne's Rd, Caversham, Reading, RG4 7PA, United Kingdom
Performer and comp specialising in gamelan projects (primary, secondary and in-service). Traditional Balinese/Javanese music and composing for gamelan. Also runs Cubana charanga style band with new arrangements of original material plus new works.
1 St Anne's Rd, Caversham, Reading, RG4 7PA, United Kingdom
Composer and performer with an enthusiasm for community work. Recent projects inc jazz and improvisation w/shops, comp residency, lecture demonstrations, and educ publications. Professor of Saxophone at the Royal Military School of Music, Jazz and sax adviser for Trinity exams; co-ord and Professor of composition at GSM&D jr dept. Chmbr music, jazz, opera, orch. Camden, Brasswind, Reedimensions, Saxtet, Environ Music, Trinity College London, Queens Temple. Cl, Sax.
5 Church Green, Boreham Village, CM3 3EH
Organ recitals and m/classes given worldwide. Lectures on a wide range of music subjects. Educ programme A Guide to the King of Instruments for all age groups. Experienced in running teaching courses. Lead tutor at the annual Jennifer Bate Organ Academy, Bramley, Guildford, which is now going into its 10th season.
35 Collingwood Ave, London, N10 3EH, United Kingdom