Music Theory Tuition

Music Theory Lessons for Children and Adults

Professional Music Theory Tuition

Learn Music Theory with Laura

Choosing the right music theory tutor is essential for developing a solid foundation in understanding and analysing the inner workings of music. First and foremost, I possess a deep passion for music theory and a strong commitment to sharing that knowledge with others.

I believe that music theory is the key to unlocking a deeper understanding and appreciation of music, and by having a sound understanding of the theory behind the music will enhance a practical performance. With my enthusiasm and dedication, I ensure that music theory lessons are engaging, insightful, and tailored to meet the individual needs of each student. Whilst I always include theory in practical lessons to cover concepts being learned, I believe it is important to take the time to really learn and understand the theoretical aspect of understanding music.

Why choose me for Music Theory Tuition?

Experience is a critical factor in effective music theory instruction. I have extensive experience teaching music theory to students of various ages and skill levels. Whether you are a beginner starting from scratch or an advanced musician seeking to expand your theoretical knowledge, I have the expertise to guide you on your musical journey.

In terms of qualifications, I hold a first-class honours degree in Music Education which includes both practical and theory. In addition to this, I have completed all ABRSM music theory grades. This formal education has equipped me with a comprehensive understanding of music theory principles, including harmony, counterpoint, rhythm, and analysis. I am well-versed in various music notation systems, such as sheet music and chord charts, and I can effectively teach you how to read, write, and interpret musical notation.

Furthermore, I have a strong foundation in practical music skills, such as instrumental proficiency and ensemble performance. This practical experience allows me to bridge the gap between music theory and its real-world application, providing you with a well-rounded understanding of how theory relates to your instrument or voice.