Online Music Tuition
Our online music lessons are authored and taught by industry experts and the same renowned instructors that teach in British schools and perform on stage frequently. We provide continuity which means that you will have the same tutor, who is a right fit for you every lesson.
Gain an understanding of the basic building blocks of playing, musical theory and notation. Our online tutors will help you with your existing music homework, lessons or revision and improve your knowledge of music staves, clefs, rhythmic and pitch values, rhythmic metre, time signatures and more. All teachers Grades 1–3 of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music theory exams. You can test your understanding as you proceed by completing simple multiple-choice questions.
Build Your Future With We Matter
With a huge choice of highly trained tutors and access to our free online classroom, online tuition can help you achieve the results you’re looking for.
Learning online means that you don’t have to travel to sessions, so can easily fit lessons around your current studies and schedule. This means that you can have online lessons during your free time and even take lessons with experts who live in different parts of the country.
Local Focus – All our teachers are local and live in the UK
Materials Available – You may use your own materials or ours for free
Focus On People – We focus on your consistent results for happy parents and students
Student Dedication – Our tutors will not stop until you have achieved your desired goal
Frequent Reporting – Receive frequent reports and updates about progression and growth
Once we’ve called you to sign up and you’re happy to start, the student will learn together in a private online classroom online with their tutor. Simple.
Music Subjects Covered
We cover a wide range of music subjects for all ages and learning abilities.
- Music Technology
- Music Theory
- Bass Guitar
- Double Bass
- Flugel Horn
- French Horn
- Tenor Horn
Technology has changed the possibilities within teaching and learning. Tutors, who prior to the digital era were restricted to home visits or public spaces, no longer have to be designed in that manner. Teachers and students now have a digital toolbox – ranging from engaging devices to teach the students to online classrooms and digital textbooks.