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Theory Teachers in Southend

All of our teachers will provide theory guidance as necessary to progress with practical lessons.

We also provide individual theory lessons to support the school curriculum and the ABRSM exam programme.


Bex-Clarinet.pngBEX KENT
Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, Ukulele, Singing & Double Bass - Individual Lessons
 
We are delighted to welcome Bex Kent to our Academy as a Flute and Clarinet Teacher.   She also teaches singing and saxophone and is keen to pass on her passion for music to her pupils, whether you wish to learn for fun or in a more formal way.
Bex is a soprano who studied at the London College of Music.  She has a Bachelor of Music degree in performance and specialises in Opera and Classical music.  As well as singing Bex also plays, and teaches, a variety of instruments including Clarinet, Flute, Saxophone and Double bass.  Bex has sung in a variety of famous locations including the Royal Albert Hall, Milan Cathedral, the BBC proms and the Statue of Liberty.  In her free time Bex also sings with the local Southend Girls Choir.
 
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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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