Music Theory Lessons
"Theory is absolutely essential. It has not only underpinned my advancement on the piano, but has also allowed me to turn my hand to a gamut of other instruments. Jonathan's capable tuition and guidance allowed me to perform admirably in this key discipline." Benjamin Thomas
Why study music theory?Studying music theory not only enables you to read music fluently but it also gives you the ability to compose music; understanding how scales and harmony work. For those learning an instrument, most exam boards require you to take a grade 5 music theory exam before progressing to the higher practical exams. Having a good knowledge of music theory is also essential for anyone working towards GCSE or A-level music qualifications.
About JonathanAs well as being a concert pianist and organist, Jonathan has over 20 years' experience teaching music theory to pupils of all ages and abilities. He has a DipMusTh(ICMA) diploma in music theory which he gained with distinction.
Why study with JonathanJonathan provides exceptional quality, patient and friendly tuition with an emphasis on helping pupils achieve their full musical potential. Pupils consistently gain excellent results in exams with one being awarded a prize from the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music for achieving the highest grade 6 theory exam result in that session. Jonathan provides regular workshops for those who wish to take part and can teach music theory lessons online as well as face-to-face. Pupils are also provided with their own login where they can view lesson dates, read notes from past lessons, keep records of their practise time and much more.
Next stepsIf you are interested in music theory lessons, please get in touch to book an initial, no-obligation trial lesson.
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