My greatest joy is to share my love of music and I have had the opportunity to do so even as a senior in high school. I began to teach piano in my last year of high school as help was needed then and at university (Rhodes University, South Africa), I had several students ranging from age 4 to 15 at different levels of skill (from beginner to intermediate). I also taught a music and movement class at a Montessori school for 4 to 6 year-olds.
I then became a music teacher at the Peterhouse Group of Schools in Zimbabwe where I taught class music to 13-14 year-olds, conducted and accompanied orchestra, strings, wind band and various choirs, taught music theory and piano lessons. There I taught beginner piano pupils up to ABRSM grade 7 (one of my pupils obtained a Distinction in her grade 7 piano exam).
In 2018 I moved to the UK and obtained Qualified Teacher’s Status as a Music Teacher. Music has always been a part of my life; I love to sing (I have had the privilege of singing in many choirs), I learnt the violin, the oboe, recorder and two beautiful African instruments; the marimbas and mbira (thumb piano).
I tailor all of my lessons individually so it is easy to see the progress you are making. Each lesson is different from the next, using fun and exiting methods to help you along to become the very best you can be.
I encourage all of my students, children and adults alike, to have fun and to have passion for music.
To book your first lesson, or to find out more about my piano tuition in Norwich, don't hesitate to get in touch with me by emailing email@example.com.