Chris Turner

Saxophone and Flute teacher

Based in
Dublin city, Ireland
Also teaches in Dublin
Chris Turner | Saxophone and Flute teacher

Make an enquiry Phone: 0851267201

North central Dublin.
Experienced & qualified ex-professional, now teaching & playing in Dublin.
Post Graduate Certificate of Education, BMus.
Jazz, Latin, Classical, Pop.
Improvisation, reading, tone-production.
Preparation for Grade Exams.
[email protected]

Group Classes

Student Rock/Jazz Ensemble

This ensemble is aimed at all musicians & singers who have been playing for a couple of years and feel ready to join up with others of a similar standard to play & rehearse some well known rock songs & jazz tunes.
We are looking for: Drums, Bass, Guitar(s), Vocalists, Brass, Woodwind,Percussion. The class would need a minimum of 8 people to be viable.

The Ensemble will be led by me, Chris Turner. I am a very experienced teacher/arranger. I graduated in Jazz Studies from Leeds College of Music, and have a Post Graduate Certificate in Education from the University of Roehampton, London. I have spent my life teaching and performing music.
To register your interest in the class email me at [email protected] If there is enough interest I will get back to you with further details.

It's a: 
class
Venue: 
Badlands Rehearsal Studio,
Location: 
Harolds Cross,, Dublin , Ireland
Date and time: 
Thursday evenings 7.30 - 9.30 from Sept 2012
Rates: 
€20 per session - students must pay for 5 classes in advance.

Educational history

Postgraduate Certificate of Education

Dates: 
September, 1986 - June, 1987
Institution: 
Roehampton University, London.

Graduate Diploma in Jazz & Light Music

Dates: 
September, 1980 - June, 1983
Institution: 
Leeds College of Music

Services

Aimed at: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.

Make an enquiry Phone: 0851267201

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