My interest in playing music started while at secondary school when I was introduced to the church organ taking lessons from the resident organist and reaching a competent standard.
My inspiration came more from Herbie Hancock than Handel so I switched to keyboards and synthesizers and once I left school started performing and recording with many local bands and musicians.
Over the last 20 years I’ve been building my practice as a tutor in electronic keyboard, organ, piano, music technology and I also offer guitar lessons for beginners.
From my early days as a musician I’ve played at just about every local pub, club and festival as well as at many renowned London venues – The Marquee, Kentish Town Forum, Café de Paris, The Mean Fiddler, Hyde Park and Wembley Stadium to name a few. I’ve also performed in Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
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In addition to my wealth of experience I have gained teaching and performing qualifications from the British Academy of New Music (Level 3), Yamaha Music School, Trinity College London and Rockschool (Grade 8).