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Piano, Keyboard & Vocals - Individual Lessons

 

Debs studied music at Huddersfield University and The Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. Debs started performing at the age of four and took her first lead at the age of fourteen. Her singing teacher of the time managed to persuade her that learning to play an instrument as well as singing would be a good idea. She took his advice and under his guidance obtained her grade five piano within the first year or so of learning the instrument. 
She is a former member of the BBC National Chorus of Wales and has sung in numerous concerts, broadcasts and recordings both in this country and abroad. Professional operatic roles include Despina (Cosi Van Tutti), Rosina (Barber of Seville), Flora (La Traviata) and Frasquita in Carmen. As a soloist Debs has sung in numerous other concerts and appeared live on radio. Debs has also won several reciting/drama and singing competitions.  
She is a fully qualified professional Music teacher and a former Head of Music at a school in Thurrock. Debs is at home teaching students of all ages and abilities and delights in seeing her students doing well. Part of her enjoyment of teaching is to pass on to others what she has learnt as a professional performer and teacher. Some of her former students have gone on to win singing awards and vocal scholarships. Debs is excited about joining the team at Allegro and looks forward to teaching piano and singing at the Academy.

 

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Nataly-Safonova(2).jpgNATALAY SAFONOVA
Piano - Individual Lessons
 
Natalia (Known as Nataly!) discovered her love for music at an early age. It lead her through 7 years of 
music school and 4 years at Music College.  She graduated with distinction at two 
diplomas as a teacher of piano and in music theory. 

She started to teach at the age of 19 and later combined her teaching with studying at
 The Conservatory of Music in St Petersburgh in Russia. 
During her 25 years of teaching music her students have successfully passed their
 exams - from Grade 1 right through to diploma level. Some have taken part in
 competitions and won 1st and 2nd prizes. 

For the past 12 years Nataly has taught at a school in North London - her youngest student is 5 
and the oldest is 75 (and she is enjoying learning the ‘Moonlight Sonata' very much!)

Nataly looks forward to meeting her new students and to helping them continue on their musical journey. 
 
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ANNA VUCEVIC
Piano & Vocals - Individual Lessons
 
Leaving the Junior Guildhall at nineteen, Anna enjoyed some time performing onstage at the Royal National Theatre in a production of ‘Coram Boy' before continuing on to study for her undergraduate degree in Music at Royal Holloway University of London, eventually graduating in 2009 with upper second class honours.
 
After graduating from Royal Holloway, she decided to put into practice her desire to teach piano and voice and has been teaching ever since. Over time, she has gradually gained experience in, and has enjoyed teaching a broad range of people, varying in age, ability and musical interests, particularly gaining experience working with children during a time teaching with Stagecoach Theatre School.
 
Anna wishes to share her passion for her instruments with others and hopes to encourage anyone who learns with her to enjoy making music and fulfil their musical potential. Outside of teaching, she enjoys opportunities to play piano or sing wherever possible, and loves attending concerts and gigs on a regular basis. Anna looks forward to teaching as part of the team at Allegro Music Academy.
 
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GLYNN FREEMAN
Piano, Keyboard, Violin & Theory - Individual Lessons
 
Glynn commenced his music studies on the piano at age 7 first with his mother, nd then Lily Martin, going on to pass grade 8 with distinction at 16.  He was also a regular prize winner at the local music festivals nd as a result was invited by singing teacher Freda Parry to accompany some of her solo students during rehearsals and performances.  Glynn teaches piano up to grade 8 and violin and theory to grade 5 and, over the years, has presented  hundreds of successful candidates for their ABRSM exams.  He enjoys teaching all ages and abilities and always tries to accommodate individual musical tastes and preferences. He also makes time to learn new music both for himself and accompaniments for instrumentalists and singers.
"As a teacher it is important to keep ones own technique up to scratch" he says.
 
 
 
 
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Juliet Academy 3.jpgJULIET GEE
Piano, Violin & Theory - Individual Lessons
   
Juliet started violin and piano lessons at the age of seven with her mother (also a music teacher and graduate from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama). At thirteen she won a music scholarship to Queens College, Taunton and, at fifteen, won the Vicars Close prize by the ABRSM for gaining the highest mark in the country for grade seven violin. Also at fifteen, Juliet passed grade eight piano and at seventeen passed grade eight violin with distinction. She went on to study at Trinity College of Music, London - first study violin, second study piano.

Juliet moved to Chelmsford in September 2018 from Sheffield

where she worked as a violin and piano teacher and had violin lessons

with Lyn Fletcher - Leader of the Halle Orchestra.

Juliet looks forward to passing on her enjoyment of her instruments to her students and looks forward to creating individual learning plans to suit each and every one!


 
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