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I had music lessons on a variety of instruments when I was younger and didn’t enjoy any of them. After eventually teaching myself, playing the songs i wanted to play, my passion for music started to grow. This then led me to a passion for tuition, to pass on my knowledge that i have in a way that is fun and exciting. Wirral Music Tuition was created. Starting in a room in the back of a music shop in 2009, it has now grown to have a great selection of tutors, all with the same ideals. With over 150 students now on our books it is growing from strength to strength. I’d just like to thank all of our Students past and present and look forward to welcoming many more budding musicians to our music family.
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60 or 30 Minute Lessons
Lessons Tailored To Each Individual
Learn At Your Own Pace
Learn Through Playing The Songs You Love
One to One Private Tuition
All Ages And Abilities Welcome
On-site Tuition Rooms
Regular Slots Available
Lessons are available in 60 and 30 minute slots, on a one-to-one basis. They can also be booked in a duo lesson so that you can learn with a friend or family member. Learn contemporary or classical techniques – from claw-hammer to strumming patterns, each tutor has a different speciality, see TUTORS to find the best match for you or your child.
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How We Teach Music Lessons
Lessons can stick to a formal grading but many of our students choose to learn via a more informal song based method, learning to play through the songs they love. The two methods can also be combined at the preference of the pupil. So, jam through a favourite song one week; learn a grading piece the next.
Lessons can be tailored to your specific needs through song-based learning, but if you’d like a more structured learning process we also offer the Rock School music grades and traditional grades. Rockschool Music grades are the world's first Music Graded Syllabus that focuses on the more current, contemporary rock and pop genres for your performance pieces. With this, you can develop your playing skills, playing songs that you or your child recognize rather than the sometimes more un-inspiring classical pieces, whilst still achieving an accredited qualification. For more information on Rock School Music grades please click the logo below.