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About Cole

NOTICE: Due to increased demand, Cole now only has availability at his Limpsfield studio on weekday mornings. Online lessons may be available at other times by prior arrangement.
With over 10 years of experience in choir coaching, music leadership, and peripatetic vocal teaching, Cole (he/him) is an ideal and experienced tutor for your voice, as well as other instruments.

A skilled and courteous teacher, Cole will provide you with a range of resources and tools to build your musical expertise. With extensive experience in the youth and amateur music sectors, Cole can coach a wide array of music from classical and musical theatre to rock and pop.

As a conductor, Cole has worked with professional orchestras including the Academy of Ancient Music and Lithuanian State Symphony Orchestra; and choirs including Rundfunkchor Berlin, Turkish State Choir, as well as choral societies across the UK both as a tutor and in masterclasses.

His experience of Kodaly methodology and his love of learning inform his teaching style. Your lessons with Cole will encompass a broad range of activities including music theory, composition, improvisation, singing games and exercises as well as in depth preparation of music for performance, examination (ABRSM, Trinity, Rock School) and auditions (including for Oxbridge colleges, NYCGB, Rodolfus and University scholarships). Cole is also able to tutor and support students preparing for GCSE and A level qualifications in Music, as well as SQA National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher qualifications in Scotland.

Cole maintains high professional standards of safeguarding including DBS and Disclosure Scotland certification, as well as Level 2 Safeguarding and additional training from the Home Office. His commitment to his professional practice is demonstrated in additional training through the Association of British Choral Directors (ABCD), Association of Teachers of Singing (AOTOS) and American Choral Directors Association (ACDA), as well as in postgraduate research at the University of Edinburgh.

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