Which musical path will you take?
We want to offer the best quality lessons possible to our students. With that in mind, we’ve cherry-picked some of the top teachers from around London, that aren’t only great players, but fantastic people to boot.
All of our lessons are bespoke to the student, no matter which instrument you choose. And contrary to popular belief, you are never too old (or young, for that matter) to pick up an instrument for the first time. So stop thinking it. Stop it!
So what will we learn in the lessons I hear you ask… Well without further ado, let’s dig in a little deeper and find out.
Just take your pick from the choices below and we shall reveal all.
Guitar & Bass
We have some of the best guitar and bass teachers around to guide you on your journey, whether you’re trying to further your skills or a complete beginner, we’ve got your back.
Fancy giving those ivories a tinkle? Our piano lessons are structured to get beginners up and running quick sharp. All whilst having fun and learning some key music theory along the way.
The broadest instrument there is. There really are no limits. Anything can be a percussion instrument, you just have to hit it. Learn how to do that and make some music along the way.
Kind words from our current students...
I’ve really enjoyed my lessons since I had the freedom to choose the type of music that I want to play and learning how to play those songs.
Lauren Kosty | Drums & Percussion
The captain of the BMA ship. Lauren’s talent and passion for teaching really are something to behold. She is both a Bachelor and Master of music from her studies in the USA and we’re very lucky that she has now chosen London to set up shop and further her career.
There is simply not enough space to list her whole list of credits, but some of the most notable ones include Russell Watson, Los Angeles Philharmonic, The American Music Awards and Cirque du Soliel.
Her drive and creativity really is the backbone of Bell Music Academy. Don’t just take our word for it, have a lesson with her yourself. It won’t take long for you to be convinced.
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