Andy Gill

  • Prices: £15 per half hour / £28 per hour
  • Location: Wirral CH63 9AN / Mobile Teacher
  • Instrument(s) Taught: Piano, Music Theory, Bass Guitar
  • Ages: Children (4+) & Adults
  • Genres Covered: Classical, Pop, Rock
  • Contact: [email protected]

Teacher's Biography:

Andy has been playing the piano since the age of 4 and achieved his Grade 8 by the age of 18. As well as a keen performer, and listener, Andy has always been fascinated by the academic and theoretical side of music.

He studied music all the way throughout his school career at St. Anselm’s College up until the age of 16, achieving a GCSE in Music, and went on to complete an A-level in Music at Wirral Grammar School for Boys. He recently graduated from The University of Liverpool in Music/Popular Music, attaining a 2:1.

Andy is an actively performing pianist, playing both solo and duo sets in bars and restaurants, as well as at weddings, parties and functions. He enjoys performing and listening to a range of genres including pop, jazz, classical, and musical theatre.

As well as performing covers sets in public, Andy plays regularly in pit bands for musicals at a range of venues. Past productions include Rent, Footloose, Mamma Mia and School of Rock.

Music Qualifications / Achievements:

  • Music/Popular Music BA (Hons) 2:1 from The University of Liverpool
  • Grade 8 Piano with Merit
  • Grade 5 Music Theory with Distinction
  • Grade 2 Double Bass with Distinction
  • A-level Music: Grade B
  • GCSE Music: Grade B

Contact:

To book your first lesson with me, or to find out more about my lessons, don't hesitate to get in touch by emailing me on [email protected].

DBS Certification

Standard DBS

Teacher's Location

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