Kim Fallen Bailey

Music teacher

Based in
Dublin, Ireland
Also teaches in Dublin north and south
Kim Fallen Bailey | Music teacher

Rates: 30 euro per hour for piano/ theory. 50 euro per hour for grinds/ intensive classes. May be more expensive if travel is involved

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I am a Music Teacher based in Dublin, Ireland. I own and run my own Music school which teaches Piano, Keyboard, Music Theory, Vocal Training, Junior and Leaving Certificate Music Classes and Grinds.
I coach for exams and performances as well as entrance into music colleges.
I teach one on one, grinds, private classes and group classes. I
graduated top of my class in 2007 with 2nd class honours degree from Trinity College Dublin. I also received a Commendation Teachers Award for Education.
I teach Music Theory, Leaving Certificate Set Works and Music History and Composition in the Royal Irish Academy of Music Dublin and I also examine there too.
I also teach in a Special Education School for children with special behavioural difficulties.
I also run my local Youth Club and Summer Project and I am available each Summer to co-ordinate and run Summer Projects/ camps, arts & crafts, choirs, musicals, etc.

One-to-one lessons

Group Classes

Public Teaching

Junior and Leaving Certificate Intensive Grind Classes to Revise entire course over 5 days of Easter Holidays before exams in June. 2 topics from exam per day 2 hours each with one hour break in between.
Entrance exams to University for Music Students - I revise past exam papers and music history and theory etc needed to know for those hoping to pass the entrance tests and auditions to Music Colleges.
Mature students who are returning to study music in University I teach intensive courses before entrance exams and theory during the year for those who need to reach a certain grade standard before entering.

It's a: 
North Dublin
, Ireland
Date and time: 
Easter Holidays intensive course Intensive courses on Friday afternoons March-May
50euro per hour for intensive classes/ grinds. Day and Week packages available.


Music Teacher

I opened my own music school in 2004 where I began teaching piano, keyboard, vocal training, music theory, junior and leaving certificate classes and grinds. I now work with over 50 students per week ranging in age from 6 years to 50 years of age for academic and mere enjoyment purposes. I have worked in Greendale secondary school, Loreto Balbriggan, Loreto Swords and St. Michaels Secondary School Finglas teaching Music to 1st-6th years. I now teach in the Royal Irish Academy of Music Dublin teaching Music Theory, Composition and Leaving Certificate Set Works and Music History. I often examine in the Academy. I also teach in a Special Education School for Students with behavioural difficulties. This is almost like Music Therpy.
I volunteer as a music teacher with my local Youth Club and help teach the children how to sing and dance and perform in shows and musicals during the year. I also occasionally give lectures on music education and teaching and have represented Ireland at a European Forum for Music Teachers in 2006 in Germany. I graduated top of my Music Education Class in Trintiy College Dublin and received the presidigous Commendation Teaching Award for Education. I also hope to begin my Masters in Education in the next year.

Jan 2004 - Nov 2008

Educational history


September, 2003 - June, 2007
Trinity College Dublin
Batchelor of Music Education and History - 4 years

Graduate Diploma in Music Education

September, 2003 - June, 2007
DIT Rathmines the Conservatory of Music and Drama


Aimed at: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced.


If you are absent from any class you will still be charged for this class; If you do not pay fees by week 2 of the term I will not teach; Fees are paid per 6 week term up front; Higher rates may be charged if travel is involved.

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