A well-wishing message for all pupils taking these exams and a few tips on how to get on top of those pesky nerves!
Welcome to the Glasgow School of Music
Why are Scales so important?
A short article about learning the piano at The Glasgow School of Music (GSofM)
Paul's interest in music and disability and promoting music for all ages and abilities follows a medical condition he deals with that has left his right-hand side partially paralyzed. It is because of this, Paul developed his skills for left-hand alone piano and is now an expert in this area. Paul has a wealth of teaching knowledge and experience which spans almost a decade - he began teaching while being an undergraduate student at University. Paul has taught in many formats and environments which include festivals, in schools, and University. Paul is qualified to teach piano, composition, and theory to the highest levels with the best results.
Eliza is currently in her second year at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland studying for a Bachelor’s Degree in Classical Music Performance under the tutelage of Katherine Bryan (Principal Flute RSNO), Helen Brew (Associate Principal Flute RSNO) and piccolo with Janet Richardson (Principal Piccolo RSNO) where she has also obtained an Undergraduate Scholarship.
Brianna Berman is a classically trained violinist with a love of teaching and traditional music. She has performed both as a soloist and ensemble player in the USA and UK and is currently a member of Nevis Ensemble.
Andrew is from Aberdeen, and attended Aberdeen City Music School, one of the four Scottish Centres for Excellence in music.
Olivia is a classically trained oboist and cor anglais player. She is a recent graduate of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland with a Bachelor with Honours Degree in Performance.