GCSE and A-Level music both provide a great opportunity to explore the world of music, including the use of music notation and composition, the history of music in the West, the different types of music and instruments played around the world and the opportunity to perform on your chosen instrument. As you can see this is a vast topic with many different strands, which makes the study of music both fascinating and complex.
If you are studying for GCSE or A-Level music and are looking for help to get to grips with this topic so you can pass exams, write essays and compose pieces etc, I can help with one-off and longterm music lessons. I can even help if you are studying an undergraduate degree in music.
Here are links to the specifications for GCSE & A-Level music:
You’ll see that these courses are split into three areas: Performance, Composition (or Arrangement) and Appraising Music. All these can be covered in our GCSE music lessons and A-Level music lessons.
Lesson fees for 2017 are as follows:
|30 mins||45 mins||60 mins|
|GCSE/A-Level Music Tuition||£22||£30||£38|
Usually these lessons will be 45 mins long, though one-off lessons tend to be longer – it all depends on what you need.
If you’d like to find out more about how I can help with GCSE Music or A-Level music, or even your degree in music, please do get in touch using the contact box in the sidebar or here.