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                                                                                                                    DAN GOLDSTONE           

                                                                                          Guitar, Ukulele & Bass Guitar - Individual Lessons                                              

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  Since learning guitar from the age of 9 I have gained strong influences from various guitarists over the previous 13 years, which has provided me a solid grounding  in areas of acoustic guitar, electric guitar and ukulele. I find great satisfaction from exploring different styles of music as there is so much to gain from doing so and through this I'm always been pushed as a musician.

I've spent 6 years at Colchester institute studying music, leading to qualifications in level 2, 3 popular music and a degree in popular music. I have worked with various other musicians and ensembles performing regularly.I'm passionate about passing on my skills to students and seeing them progress as well as getting enjoyment from learning their instrument. I organise my lessons in a way that suits each individual students musical interests.    





Emma Reed
   Flute, Saxophone, Clarinet, Guitar & Piano - Individual Lessons
Emma Reed is an experimental musician and songwriter who has been writing lyrics since she could speak and playing woodwind instruments since the age of four. She was in many bands in her teenage years, culminating in cult indie outfit Ten Tigers which she fronted. She has since toured Eastern Europe and the UK twice with experimental folk outfit Lost Harbours, who have received repeated airplay on BBC Radio 6 and favourable reviews from The Wire among others. They have released three albums and numerous EPs and their music has been used to soundtrack programmes both on the National Geographic channel and Norwegen TV. They were also commissioned to score a short film about Hadleigh. Emma runs a stage at Leigh Folk Festival and has been organising local gigs for over 15 years, mostly under the banner Culture as a Dare which is also the name of her internet radioshow. Recently she has been working on her own material and playing with improvisational band Rock Garden of Chandigarh. This band brings in more jazz and dance elements and she is enjoying the different type of energy.