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Music Teachers:

Anna Balcombe

Tel:  01206 826364

E-mail: 

Piano teacher, specialising in teaching young children who are absolute beginners.  A great introduction to music in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. 

Saturday and after school lessons available.

Melody Courtney BA (First Class Hons) Music CT ABRSM

Tel: 01206 826217
Mobile: 07743 493636

E-mail:      

I am a piano and woodwind teacher and teach all ages for all levels on Piano, Flute, Saxophone, Clarinet, Recorder and Theory.

This can be for exams, festivals or just for fun. 

Angie Diggens Dip. Music

Tel: 01206 823042

Well-known local singer who gives vocal tuition. Please call for information.
Nick Elwood BA (Hons) BA PGCE AmusLCM AmusVCM

Tel: 01206 822798

EBC MUSIC TUITION Flute, trumpet, cornet, horn, piano and theory for exams of for fun. Qualified, experienced teacher available for instrumental and theory lessons. Adult beginners or returners welcome.

Joan Gifford
2 Dentons Terrace
Wivenhoe

tel: 01206 822087 

Learn to play Folk Guitar  

See more details about Joan - Click here

Val Mainwood B.A. (Hons) MMus 

tel: 01206 825052
Specialises in teaching piano to beginners of all ages. Sensitive yet thorough.  Exam preparation if required.
Lyn Smith
The Nook
Wivenhoe

Tel:  01206 820539 / 07798 755347
E-mail:      

Vocal teaching and runs occasional song-writing workshops

For more details click here

Tim Whitnell
Tel: 01206 826316
  

To find out more about Tim, click here

Tim has been teaching guitar to all abilities and ages for more than 12 years. He uses the tabalature method to score music, which he says is more suited to finger style playing than standard notation.
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