Learning the flute can be a very fun and rewarding aspect of a player’s life. People of all ages attend Morningside School of Music for flute lessons here in Edinburgh, primary school age category up until people who are retired, and every age in-between. There are a great plethora of musical styles which can be covered on the flute such as classical, jazz, traditional, folk and country. Our specialist teachers are trained by some of the very best universities in the world, so no matter what style interests you, you can be sure that our teachers will be able to help.
Children’s Flute Lessons
Our teachers are always happy to advise on the best approach forward when enrolling your child for music lessons. It may be that the recorder is the best instrument to start on to prepare for learning the flute, this can be age dependent. In line with the UK education standards, we offer syllabi from organisations such as The Associated Board of the Royal School of Music (ABRSM) and Trinity College London; as these are what are taught in state and private schools as per the Scottish Qualification Authority guidelines. We are always more than happy to advise parents on the benefits of grades and structured learning.
Flute Lessons for High School Pupils
In order with the Scottish Qualifications Authority, high school pupils who have chosen flute as either their first or second instrument must be able to reach a particular level in order to gain the required pass mark in music. Most of our teachers have worked within the education system for many years, and therefore are familiar with the best approaches in obtaining high marks.
Adult Flute Tuition
Most people are surprised to find that we teach more adults than we do children! This is mainly due to our late opening hours, but also because more and more adults are looking to pick an instrument up for the first time. You don’t have to be scared off by grades or the difficulties of learning; our clients decide what they learn and our teachers are great fun as well as very professional.