Emily W.

Emily W.

Multi-instumentalist and composer with specialisation in music education

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Suzuki Method Lessons

Levels Taught: Beginner, Intermediate

I am a Bachelor of Music student at the Victorian College of the Arts and studied Classical Cello (Suzuki, for 12 years). I am able to provide Cello lessons for both Classical and Contemporary genres either aurally or incorporating theory in the process. It would be wonderful to share my performance experiences with my students and to inspire them to discover their own passion and voice with their instrument

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About

  • Female

  • Teaching since August 2017

  • Teaches special needs

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  • Teaches students aged 4 to 80

Emily is a multi-instrumentalist and composer currently studying a Bachelor of Music (Jazz and Improvisation, Voice), at Melbourne University. Emily started learning music at the age of six and is extremely passionate about musical language. Her instruments of specialisation are Voice, Cello and Guitar. She is also a prolific composer and writes a very diverse array of music drawing from Classical and Contemporary influences. Emily is also very interested in Music Theory and has studied it for many years. She has specific knowledge about the AMEB and Suzuki methods, as well as well as looser learning styles guided by improvisation and feeling. Emily is the recipient of various musical scholarships including, The Future Leader's Jazz Award 2017 (voice), New Colombo Plan Grant 2019 (voice) and a Cello Scholarship 2015. Last year Emily released an experimental Jazz fusion style EP under the name Prickle. She also plays Cello in various bands including her own improvising quartet including harp, guitar and double bass. At the moment she is exploring her interest in Folk music. Emily teaches at various schools including Living Music in Melbourne as well as her own private studio. She also works as a music therapist working in particular, with children who have disabilities.

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