Everybody deserves the chance to fall in love with music...
At Blue Mic Music, we use a teaching style that focuses 50/50 on Learning by ear and by written music. We run theory alongside engaging and fun practical activities to ensure Students are prepared for a lifelong involvement with music.
Sasha Steventon is a professional Piano Tutor and Vocal Coach in Henley, Marlow and the surrounding areas. She began teaching Piano and singing aged 17 and went on to study music at Canterbury Christ Church University, specialising in performance and teaching. Sasha decided to set up blue Mic Music in 2016 following her strong belief that music should be available to anyone who wants it. Sasha has performed throughout the UK and has over 7 Years experience in teaching both individually and in large groups.
She currently works in 3 schools, providing piano tuition alongside the choirs, musical assembly's and music class lessons. Away from tuition she performs with a Jazz and Function Trio called the Roccafellas and have a wealth of experience in performing and recording as a singer.
Emma Templeton and has been studying and playing the piano for 34 years and after taking a break to start a family she is now teaching piano for Blue Mic Music. She teaches at two primary schools and has a wealth of experience teaching younger children to inspire them to a love of music. She has performed with school choirs and also recorded for BBC Radio Berkshire.
Apart from teaching piano and providing support for choirs in schools, She runs a business setting up a fully equipped festival Bell Tent for children’s parties which is great fun! She provides henna tattoos, glitter face painting and she can also get everyone involved in African drumming along to your favourite tunes.
Lucia Mossa is a professional and creative Piano Tutor and Singing teacher specialized in Jazz, working in Buckinghamshire and greater London areas with students of all ages and levels.
After a Diploma in Jazz Singing, she started teaching singing and working as a singer/songwriter collaborating with musicians from all over the world, performing in different acts - vocal and jazz ensembles, Big Band - and touring Europe.
In 2017 she accomplished a Master’s Degree in Jazz Composition and started teaching piano for beginners while working as a teaching assistant at the University of West London, leading "Body awareness for performers" workshops and bringing together her passion for Music and Yoga.
She loves the experience of supporting her students while developing their creativity and music skills and her Ethos is based on three core values she pursues in her everyday life and job: empathy, trust and joy.
Emma Crampton grew up playing the piano, Clarinet and singing. She has played the Piano since the age of 6, and started teaching at the age of 17. After a break while she established a gardening business and started a family, she has returned to teaching piano for Blue Mic Music.
Apart from teaching piano, Emma spends lots of time with her two beautiful daughters, loves to be in her garden and reading a good book!
Jennie started playing piano aged 6 and when she was 12, she won a scholarship to Bucks County Music School. Here she spent her weekends studying the piano, cello, guitar and percussion, alongside general musicianship and the theory of music. She has always loved being part of musical groups and particularly loves singing in choirs.
Music took a back seat whilst Jennie completed her studies in Veterinary Medicine, but was always there as a recreational pass time. Since hanging up her veterinary gloves in 2016 in order to raise her family, Jennie has been working in primary schools and has been enjoying spending time teaching. It felt a natural progression for her to put her love of teaching and her musical expertise together, and help to bring the fun of music to the next generation of budding musicians.
Elli Damerell has been playing Piano since she was 7 years old and has had a passion for it all her life. She has studied Music at school and received a 9 (A**) in her GCSE. She has been on multiple music tours with many music ensembles for example Belfast in 2019 where she played Bass Guitar, Solo Acoustic guitar, sang in the chamber choir and played kit. She has also performed for many years at the annual Seer Green Beer and Music festival.
Elli also enjoys being a part of the Young Theatre in Beaconsfield as well as performing with multiple other theatre groups in the area. She was recently awarded as the Best Director for her devised show in the Burnham Trophy competition where she led a small group of young performers in writing, creating and performing a new play.
She believes that music is an important part of life and wants to encourage everyone to explore their natural musicality and to be able to develop and understand music in an enjoyable way.
Georgia Tuke is an energetic, enthusiastic and supportive young lady, and is a very natural communicator and teacher. She has been playing piano for over 7 years, and is continuing to develop and refine her skills.
Georgia participated in a number of School Music activities while she completed her final year at Sir William Borlaise. She conducted the School Gospel Choir, as well as arranging, conducting and accompanying the Junior girls choir, Youth voices choir and Close harmony singing group. She was also head Girl at the school!
Georgia sings with Taplow youth choir, and absolutely loves Musical theatre, performing at BYMT every Summer. She also loves to play netball!
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