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AndyL

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London
Instruments and Genres
Saxophone, clarinet, flute, music theory
Specialise in jazz but all styles taught
Level
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Skype
Yes
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Yes
Hi there, my name is Andy Liddell and I’m a musician and music teacher (teaching saxophone, clarinet, flute and music theory/composition). I’ve been teaching for around 10 years now - up until recently I was doing most of my teaching in person, but I’m now just in the process of making the transition into teaching online, for obvious reasons! I feel that online teaching can be a great way of learning a new instrument and actually has a lot of advantages. I'll provide all necessary sheet music and materials, exercises, etc. as PDFs, and I enjoy teaching at all levels and absolute beginners are welcome!

I have wide experience as a performer and teacher, teaching saxophone, clarinet, and flute, as well as theory and composition. As far as formal education goes, I’m trained to masters level in music (at Middlesex University and Trinity Laban Conservatoire), and I also have a DipABRSM diploma in Principles of Instrumental/Vocal Teaching.

I enjoy teaching all ages and levels, and I have experience teaching from early primary school age up to older adult learners. I have a clear DBS check which dates from 2018.

I always feel that if someone’s learning an instrument it’s important for them to be playing music that they like and have a connection with as much as possible - for this reason I always try to be as flexible as I can with the styles of music that I teach and involve the student in repertoire choice as much as I can. Most of my performing background was in jazz (my undergraduate degree was a BA in jazz performance from Middlesex University), but I’ve played and taught many styles of music.

My fees are £35 for an hour online lesson, or £20 for half an hour, and I can offer a discount for bulk advance bookings. I'm also happy to offer the first lesson as a free trial lesson.
 

Happy Days

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Hi there, my name is Andy Liddell and I’m a musician and music teacher (teaching saxophone, clarinet, flute and music theory/composition). I’ve been teaching for around 10 years now - up until recently I was doing most of my teaching in person, but I’m now just in the process of making the transition into teaching online, for obvious reasons! I feel that online teaching can be a great way of learning a new instrument and actually has a lot of advantages. I'll provide all necessary sheet music and materials, exercises, etc. as PDFs, and I enjoy teaching at all levels and absolute beginners are welcome!

I have wide experience as a performer and teacher, teaching saxophone, clarinet, and flute, as well as theory and composition. As far as formal education goes, I’m trained to masters level in music (at Middlesex University and Trinity Laban Conservatoire), and I also have a DipABRSM diploma in Principles of Instrumental/Vocal Teaching.

I enjoy teaching all ages and levels, and I have experience teaching from early primary school age up to older adult learners. I have a clear DBS check which dates from 2018.

I always feel that if someone’s learning an instrument it’s important for them to be playing music that they like and have a connection with as much as possible - for this reason I always try to be as flexible as I can with the styles of music that I teach and involve the student in repertoire choice as much as I can. Most of my performing background was in jazz (my undergraduate degree was a BA in jazz performance from Middlesex University), but I’ve played and taught many styles of music.

My fees are £35 for an hour online lesson, or £20 for half an hour, and I can offer a discount for bulk advance bookings. I'm also happy to offer the first lesson as a free trial lesson.
Hi Andy, my name is Roger - I play alto - a vintage Conn - have done for a bout 10 years - a couple of previous teachers and on/off self development e.g. Cafe Saxophone. On the West coast of Scotland so Zoom or similar will work for me. Let me know if this is of interest and feel free to ask any questions.
Regards
Roger
 
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AndyL

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Hi Roger, thanks for your reply. I've sent you a direct message.
 

Hammie 1982

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Andy,
I’m currently looking for a online teacher that’s a bit flexible with times etc due to busy work and home life! Would you happen to have somewhere I could check you out? Like a website or somewhere that I can see awards or qualifications?
im fussy about teachers, so don’t be offended! I just like to know the person I’m paying isn’t only 2 or 3 lessons ahead of me in a subject or Interest

Neil
 

Pete Thomas

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Andy,
I’m currently looking for a online teacher that’s a bit flexible with times etc due to busy work and home life! Would you happen to have somewhere I could check you out? Like a website or somewhere that I can see awards or qualifications?
im fussy about teachers, so don’t be offended! I just like to know the person I’m paying isn’t only 2 or 3 lessons ahead of me in a subject or Interest

Neil
This is a good point but note that Andy offers a free trial
 
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AndyL

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London
Andy,
I’m currently looking for a online teacher that’s a bit flexible with times etc due to busy work and home life! Would you happen to have somewhere I could check you out? Like a website or somewhere that I can see awards or qualifications?
im fussy about teachers, so don’t be offended! I just like to know the person I’m paying isn’t only 2 or 3 lessons ahead of me in a subject or Interest

Neil
Hi Neil,

Thanks for your response. At the moment I am very flexible, although I'm likely to be slightly less so in a post-lockdown world! I feel like things will take a while to really get back to pre-lockdown levels for musicians though, in any case.

My profile on this site has my qualifications listed and verified:

Also feel free to check here if you'd like to see some clips of me playing:

And yes, as Pete kindly points out, I always give my first lesson as a free trial anyway - if you send me a message I'd be happy to arrange a date and time.

Andrew
 
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