Firstly, I would like to welcome you to our new blog and also our new .com web address.
Due to a technical error www.pbmusictuition.co.uk no longer works and is unlikely to work in the near future.
Now that is out of the way let me get to the reason for this post, getting to know us.
I frequently get asked, when pupils are booking lessons, to tell me a bit about myself and I feel this shouldn't be reserved for that phone call and should be out there for people to see before even contacting us so that you can make the most informed decision about choosing the best teacher for you. So here it goes...
We started Partridge Brothers' Music Tuition a few years ago after both David (My twin brother) and I had gained our grade 8 on both Violin and Piano. We felt that we would love to share our love of music with the next generation. Since then, a lot has changed, we are now both in our final year (where has the time gone?!) at Birmingham Conservatoire where we have studied both Violin and Piano and Pedagogy. Apart from that we have graduated from a digital piano to a rather lovely (I Like it anyway) Eavestaff Piano and now also offer lessons in your very one home.
What We Do
We offer Violin, Piano, Keyboard and Violin lessons in the West Bromwich area for people of all ages from Children of around 4 unto retired people well into their 70's and 80's. There's no upper limit! And now with Mobile lessons we can and do offer Piano, Violin and Keyboard lessons in: Tipton, Wolverhampton, West Bromwich, Oldbury, Great Barr, Great Bridge, Handsworth and many other locations.
What Makes us Different
What makes us truly different from everyone else is that we are more than willing to make resources and and sheets for specific students. Besides this we often spend many-an-hour searching out appropriate instruments for our students and are often available to retune instruments should they have gone out of tune due to the weather or any other cause.
Offering lessons in West Bromwich and the surrounding areas has given us much experience with a wide range of people of all ages and learning types. We have worked and work regularly with people who special educational needs.
We have a "Three Targets a Week" sheet which we give out to all of our younger students and have an equivalent sheet for adults, which gives clear guidelines as to what to practice for the following lesson. Whilst of course we would love our students to practice lots between lessons, we know this isn't always a possibility and, given this information we can structure lessons slightly differently to ensure that you or your child gets the best from violin, piano or keyboard lessons.