Private Music Tuition Across East and West Sussex
We are able to offer private music tuition to children, as well as parent and child sessions right across East and West Sussex including towns like Brighton, Haywards Heath and more. Please get in touch today to find out more about how we work and how we can make music lessons fun, engaging and worth while for everyone.
Discover and Be music lessons are engaging, tailor-made to suit your child’s needs and, above all, fun! Our music specialist, Rhiannon is a highly skilled musician, trained music teacher and experienced primary school educator who is passionate about inspiring a love for music in children. To find out more about Rhiannon’s music teaching background click here.
We are currently able to offer one or a combination of the following:
Piano and keyboard
Popular Music Singing Lessons / Vocal coaching
Song writing, composition and improvisation
Basic music theory
We can also offer music lessons for you and your child…
Have you ever wanted to learn an instrument but you don’t know where to begin? Why not learn alongside your child or on your own, so that you can help and support each other! Please contact us for more details.
Our inclusive, bespoke approach
At Discover and Be, we know how important it is to get to know our pupils and find out what makes them tick! We all have our own learning styles and interests; some children are happy and able to sit down for a 30 minute lesson and focus whilst others, particularly our younger pupils, prefer a more varied, game-based approach.
Whether your child wants to be a virtuoso pianist, or would like to learn how to sing like Ariana Grande, we can help! We offer bespoke lessons, tailored to meet the needs and requirements of your child, whatever his or her age and ability. Our tutors are able to train and prepare pupils who wish to embark on ABRSM graded exams. We are also happy to take on pupils who would prefer a less formal approach to learning an instrument.
Please note: ALL Discover and Be tutors are DBS/CRB checked; this is renewed on an annual basis.
How do I know when my child is old enough to learn an instrument?
We are happy to teach pupils as young as 4 years old as long as parents are aware that lessons need to be shorter (we recommend 20 minutes), varied and largely game-based. Our approach to lessons will depend chiefly on how long your child is able to concentrate for a sustained period of time. As pupils get older, concentration levels increase. We do ask that all pupils, regardless of age, are encouraged by parents to play and explore their instrument regularly. Tutors will recommend the amount of practice time needed and note down practice points in your child’s practice diaries.
Before you start...
You might like to buy yourself two items in preparation for your lessons:
Another useful resource, for younger learners, is Theory Made Easy for Little Children by Lina Ng which is around £4. Again, Amazon stock it along with a wealth of other music theory titles should you want to expand your library!