Whether you’re learning music at school for the first time, studying at college or university, or just want a bit of fun at home, Music Your Way tutors can support your learning journey. Our tutors pride themselves on technique, theory and musical knowledge development.
No matter what you’d like to achieve through learning your instrument, our tutors will work with you to develop a learning journey to suit your expectations and needs.Details
Group lessons are available to two or more students who want to try an instrument out for a bit of fun. This typically takes place with friends at school, or siblings at home.Details
Music Your Way provides school-based workshops to allow larger groups of students the opportunity to hear and participate in music-based learning activities.Details
Music Your Way provides in-school music lessons ranging from individual and small group tuition through to workshops, bands and choirs.
Don’t want the hassle of driving to music class? Our tutors are happy to come to you so life can carry on as per normal. Just put in your preferred day and time and we’ll do our very best to accommodate your wishes.
^ a small fee for time and travel are applicable for this service.
Simply enter your details, select your instrument and preferred time & day and we’ll call or email to confirm your booking. It couldn’t be easier!
Please be aware we do not process payments online. When your booking is finalised with Music Your Way you will be issued an invoice that sets out all the payment details.
Music Your Way teachers are friendly, patient and experienced, who create a relaxed, encouraging and safe environment for music learning.
Sam is a multi-instrumentalist and composer, having been playing music for 23 years and teaching professionally for over a decade. He studied at the ANU School of Music for a number of years and gigs and records in a number of different ensembles and styles. Sam is an avid music fan and is passionate about helping students develop their own love of music. Sam's lessons are tailor-made according to each students' needs and are designed to be fun as well as productive.
Lynn started playing the piano at 6 years of age and was trained in classical music (ABRSM - London) in Singapore under the renowned Victor Doggett. She has been teaching since 1987! She grew up playing in many concerts and competitions.
Lynn has a passion for teaching. She loves to enlighten students that anything is possible and that they can be creative. She prides herself by watching her students develop their own self-esteem and for them to be proud of their achievements. She believes that students need to have fun playing the piano. She is a dedicated teacher. She believes there are many ways to achieve one’s goals and there is no one set way of interpreting music.
Lynn has also taught in a local private school for more than 6 years. She has had many students who have successfully completed AMEB, ANZCA and ABRSM exams. Lynn attends regular workshops and pedagogy conferences and is often accompanying church choirs and is an active member of a community choir.
My name is Dante Clavijo. I am a guitarist and composer with a passion for shaping beginning students into fine musicians and further developing the skills of those already acquainted with guitar. I teach practical technique while incorporating theoretical concepts applicable to the music genre. I ensure students have a solid grasp of crucial musical elements to allow for a thorough understanding of the instrument, musical style, and associated theories. I aim to give students the tools to effectively and competently analyse and perform pieces, and excel at their instrument!
Mark is an avid and active member of the music community in Canberra. He started playing drums professionally as a teenager, getting gigs in cafes around the town centres with fellow college students.
He developed an in depth knowledge of many music genres around the world, having traveled, performed and toured to countries like Cuba and China as well as studying at the ANU, majoring in Jazz Drums.
The philosophies driving Mark and the methods he teaches are self development, foundation, and the enjoyment of playing.
George is an instrumental tutor (piano and accordion) and sonic artist, who is a graduate from Shenyang Conservatory of Music with a major in ElectroAcoustic composition. George obtained his Masters in Music from the Australian National University.
George started to play the accordion and piano since his childhood. As a musician and sonic artist, he has performed and exhibited his works many times overseas including Beijing International Electroacoustic Music Festival, Shanghai International Electroacoustic Music Week, a concert for academic exchange in De Montfort University, UK, and an ElectroAcoustic concert in the University of Oregon, USA; as well as performances across Canberra including the Canberra International Music Festival and National Science Week.
He believes that learning music helps students to establish a positive character and a healthy self-image which will accompany them in their lifetime. He strives to be a good music teacher and to bring happiness through music to his students.
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