Tuition is available for all instruments and voices, within the Music Centre, from a team of visiting professional tutors.
Discount's available for
- Those who hold Music Scholarships
- Those who are taught by members of the Coull String Quartet
- Those who are in the Chamber Choir
Tuition is generally arranged directly with tutors with times and durations to suit both tutor and tutee.
The Current rate for 2019-20 is £35.00 per hour. You will need to pay the full amount (12 hours) via card, please come into the office to sign up for your lessons.
We have regular tutors for
- Singing (all voices)
- Drums (through Drum Soc)
- Alexander Technique
Tuition in other instruments is usually possible on request. Chamber music, composition, contemporary music and conducting lessons are also available, dependent on numbers.
List of Music Centre tutors
- Lynn Arnold
Lynn Arnold is Senior Piano Tutor at Warwick University. A highly versatile pianist, Lynn is avidly committed to advocating and performing British music; she delights in her musical vocation, be that as a solo pianist, chamber musician or accompanist, in teaching or playing capacities.She offers piano lessons, and also tuition in music history, theory and chamber music coaching. To find out more about Lynn’s teaching style, click here: https://www.lynnarnold.co.uk/teaching
- Sue Bradford
Sue has been involved in music education for over 30 years, as a Head of Music in Secondary school and as a teacher of piano. A graduate of the University of Birmingham, she studied piano and trumpet at the Birmingham Conservatoire and was Musical Director of The University Chamber Orchestra. As a professional accompanist Sue has performed in the UK and abroad. She has taught piano at the University of Warwick since 1999 in both the Institute of Education and the Music Centre. Sue also works as an examiner for the ABRSM.
Piano tuition is available for beginner, intermediate and advanced levels – start from scratch; develop your skills and technique; prepare for an exam; discover new music. Get in touch to discuss your requirements.
- John Graham-Hall
- Simon Hogg
- Gaynor Keeble
Many many years ago I was the very first choral scholar here so I know from both aspects how important the Music Centre is to the heart of the university.
I have been teaching on Zoom since April and am now quite accomplished at operating the technology!!
It is so important to keep up your musical education at this time and I have available slots for Zoom lessons, whether you are a beginner or advanced so do get in
- Tom Lindsay
- Ros Roberts
I teach Classical Opera Oratorio and Song, Music Theatre, Folk and Jazz and Pop standards. When and if appropriate I can offer ARSM Dip Abrsm. Grade exams. I teach online on Zoom in which I am experienced.
- Nick Roberts
- Peter Wilman
Hi, I’m offering singing lessons to anyone who would like them. Online lessons are fun and as effective as face to face teaching, give it a go. I’ve taught singing at the University for nearly 15 years and not only to students but to many members of staff from all faculties both young and not so young! Whether you are a complete beginner or wishing to continue lessons having left it for years or carrying on from school do get in touch. I think I have seen most nationalities over the years and can help and advise on any aspect or style of music from Opera to rock or jazz and of course musicals.
I believe that singing should enrich you, you’ll be amazed at what you are capable of. Lessons are fun too!