Music Theory - All Areas (Via Skype)

Styles All
Skill Level All
Suitability Ages 3 years and up
Pricing $40 per half hour, €80 per hour (when booking 10 lessons in advance)

Discounted prices are available for intensive lessons for a limited time only - available to the first 5 pupils.
4 hours - $265 (RRP $320 - saving $55)
8 hours - $495 (RRP $640 - saving $145)

Music theory is often taught in a painstaking way that requires the pupil to learn and memorise several methods in order to answer the questions correctly. I simplify the tasks so that pupils learn one method to answer all questions within that section.

From the beginner to those who have been struggling with theory, I endeavour to remove all difficult obstacles to learn with ease. Individuals learn in their own unique way, therefore I have developed several methods to teach each category in an effective and enjoyable manner.

With simple patterns and methods, music theory can be learnt very quickly. I have taught a whole grade to a pupil within an intensive lesson and then put them straight in for their exam. I ensure all pupils go into their exam knowing they will pass before they have seen the paper. I have 100% pass rate for all pupils of all ages.

The way theory is taught is very much an individual preference and I guarantee to find a way that suits each pupil. The pupil selects the method, the pace and even the environment that they wish to learn in.

My flexible lessons can be taught weekly, for short or long periods, or as an intensive course. They can be taught in Lane Cove or by using he Internet (via Skype)'in the comfort of the pupil's home.


Having been Head of Music in the UK and Australia, I have structured lessons to support pupils taking Music at school. These lessons are provided for short or long periods to assist pupils with their performance, composition and theory to help them to gain a higher grade for their HSC.

Nandi Avenue
Frenchs Forest, NSW
0417 741 857

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Details last updated on February 3, 2016