Music Theory Tuition

Styles All, particular emphasis on Jazz, Classical
Skill Level Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced (including all AMEB)

Flexible Music Theory tuition at competitive rates. Theory classes can include anything from HSC/IB music theory training to advanced harmony and analysis. This class is also suitable for students undertaking AMEB Theory of Music, Music Craft and Musicianship courses.

I am an active music professional and educator based in Sydney, offering a well-rounded approach to your child’s musical education. My areas of expertise lie in music theory and composition, for which I offer a tailored lesson approach.

My teaching services most of the Inner West, and all lessons are conducted on an individual basis at a location convenient for students, with no additional fees for transport to and from homes. I provide two trial lessons for all students, after which lessons are payable on a term basis.

I look forward to hearing from you via email or phone.

More about me:

· Bachelor of Music (Composition and Music Technology) First Class Honours with distinction average from Sydney Conservatorium of Music

· Music composer, performer (flute and percussion) and educator

· Formal training in many Digital Audio Workstations, with extensive knowledge in music software (Sibelius, Finale, Ableton, Logic Pro X, ProTools HD, MaxMSP, Garageband, Audacity, hardware and software synths)

· Experience with private tutoring in music technology, composition and music theory and work in multiple schools across Sydney

· Experience within music classrooms, including conducting music technology workshops

· Music engraver and copyists for multiple private clients, including the University of Sydney

· Currently developing a new Australian music resource kit for use in classrooms across the country

· You can take a look at some of my current work at

Ashfield, NSW
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Newtown, NSW
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Details last updated on March 14, 2018