An Evening with Graham Kendrick
Welcome to my website, to students both present and future. If you are looking for a Woodwind Tutor via Zoom, you have come to the right place. Music lessons via Zoom are a convenient and effective way of continuing your musical journey and many of my existing students have moved to this platform of learning with ease.
As a qualified teacher, as well as a performer and composer of music I am delighted to offer online lessons as a Woodwind Tutor via Zoom to students both locally in the Norfolk region and International students.
Many people are finding it difficult to get good tuition in the instrument of their choice and it might be easy to give up on the instrument you love without the motivation of lessions. However, even if it is difficult to meet, the Internet has now opened up an effective way of learning via Zoom which has been popular platform for all kinds of meetings. So let us meet online and keep your progress on track, keep you motivated and inspired to higher performance. If you prefer Skype meetings to Zoom, then this is also available.
If you are new to my services, here is a little about my history which is more fully detailed in my other pages: I have spent most of my life in performance and recording of Woodwind, Flutes and the Saxophone and it is my pleasure and delight as a tutor to pass on my skills and knowledge to my many students of Woodwind, Saxophones, Flutes, the Piano and I also offer tuition via Zoom in Music Theory.
I currently work for the Norwich School, Norfolk Centre for Young Musicians (NCYM) & Norfolk Music Hub (Norfolk County Music Services). I also offer Piano tuition and Music Theory via Zoom. and tuition work at Norwich School, Norfolk Centre for Young Musicians (NCYM) & Norfolk Music Hub (Norfolk County Music Services).
The online music classroom is taking off and your online lesson will start promptly in the comfort of your own home. So, if you require a woodwind tutor via Zoom, then please get in touch to arrange your lessons, and I will be able to send you a link to get started. All you will need is a quiet place at home where you can set up your laptop phone or tablet so that we can hear and see what we are doing. It would be advisable to set yourself up about 10 minutes before the lesson starts, just to cover any unexpected issues with your equipment or your internet link, so that you get the full benefit of your 30 minute lesson.
I look forward to seeing you on Zoom, and back in the schools and the various ensembles when we can meet again in the future.