Featured Teachers

The Woodwind & Brass

James W.

James has studied music since the age of 8 and has been professional for 14 years. His career has taken him around the world touring America, China, and all across Europe playing a number of different instruments and styles of music. Because James plays more than one instrument, his career outside of teaching has led him down many different paths. This versatility has aided James to teach a number of different styles from Classical music, Jazz and Rock, and Pop music. James Started Playing the Clarinet when he was 8 years old and graduated with a distinction in Grade 8 at the age of 18. Alongside his classical education, he always listened to and loved playing Jazz music. He started to play the saxophone during his teenage years and using the techniques he had learned on the clarinet, adapted himself into a proficient Jazz Saxophonist Alongside the woodwind background, James also started playing the guitar at the age of 14 and started playing in rock bands. With a love for modern music, James progressed very quickly at the guitar and managed to get a place at the Academy of Contemporary Music at 18 to study his degree. He learned a number of styles of music there from some world-famous guitarists (Guthrie Govan, Jamie Humphries, Mike Caswell). After spending the next three years dedicating hard work to both of his crafts James started getting jobs touring with Artists around the UK and Europe (Bad Company, Juan Zelada, Nicole Scherzinger, Pixie Lott, Leona Lewis).
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Leila H.

Leila H. graduated with a 1st class B(Mus)Hons degree from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire in 2021 with a semester studying at the Royal Conservatoire of The Hague. She has recently completed her Post-Graduate Certificate in Flute Performance at the Conservatoire graduating with a Merit in July 2022. During her BMus and PG Cert, Leila studied with Judith Hall, Marie-Christine Zupancic, Andrew Lane and Thies Roorda. She also learnt with Anna Noakes whilst in sixth form. Leila H. is a freelance flautist/piccolo player, and teacher. She is currently living in London where she is studying, as the Fishmonger’s Company Beckwith Scholar, for her Masters in Instrumental Performance at The Royal College of Music. Alongside her studies, Leila teaches flute and piano and performs with The Heart of England Philharmonic, The Sinfonia Stellaris and her folk band, Patchwork. Leila also enjoys working in arts admin. She currently works as the Operations and Pastoral Assistant at Guildhall Young Artists Norwich and previously worked as the SoundLab Coordinator for the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire's Learning and Participation Department's outreach project SoundLab for the academic year 2021 - 2022. ​ Leila has wide performance experience having played at the Barbican with the Britten Sinfonia Academy and recorded for the Peaky Blinders Soundtrack in England, performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland, the EU Parliament in Belgium with Joe Broughton's Conservatoire Folk Ensemble, the Royal Conservatory of the Hague in Holland and the Summer Academy Voksenaasen in Norway and toured Serbia (playing for Birmingham School of Acting) and Germany with Triorca.
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