Instruments taught: Pedal and Celtic Harp
Areas taught in: Birmingham, Leicester (both within 20miles radius)
Teaching venue: Teacher's home, Student's home, Leicestershire Music Hub
Charges: £30/at Teacher's home, £32/at Student's home
Ability and age range taught: beginner to undergraduate level
DBS certified: Yes
Brief summary of teaching qualifications/experience:
2014/15 - Junior Fellow at Birmingham Conservatoire, where I was a support teacher for the undergraduates, assisting prof. Catherine White
2009, November – present Leicestershire Arts in Education – Knighton Fields Centre, Leicester Position: pedal- and celtic harp teacher
2009, June – 2010 September Leicester Grammar School, Great Glen, Leicester Position: celtic harp teacher
2009, April – 2012, October Milton Keynes Music Service – Simpson, Milton Keynes Position: pedal- and celtic harp teacher
Rita is an experienced harp teacher, teaching both Celtic and pedal harp to young children and adults alike. Currently, Rita is teaching privately at her home in Birmingham and holds harp teaching position with Leicestershire Arts' in Education.
"Teaching is a very important and enriching part of my life. I prepare my students for the Trinity-Guildhall and Associated Board graded music examinations. Through a variety of subjects, my harp lessons also involve the study of music theory and musicianship, which helps my pupils not just to be able to play the harp, but to become well-rounded musicians and aim to provide a comprehensive education that will enhance the learners understanding of bigger musical context. I like keeping my lessons fun and productive at the same time by encouraging parents to attend lessons, so they can learn with their child and guide them during their practice. No two children learn the same. Teaching young learners has a great sense of responsibility, and I wish to provide them a solid foundation of musical education, which they can build on in their later studies."
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