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Igloo Tutors – Angela Hoffman

January 24, 2017

A good experience learning the piano..

“Angela is a very patient and engaging piano teacher. Our son developed a love of piano with her.” Brooke

“Angela is an excellent piano teacher for my daughter. She has brought out the best in her and makes each lesson so enjoyable.” Lee-Anne

About Angela

Angela is an experienced, passionate and approachable piano tutor, specialising in working with young students and special needs. Angela is calming and friendly to work with, and happy to work with clients of any age, who wish to play for pleasure or study for exams.

NVQ4 Advanced Practise in Early Childhood Care and Education 2004
Danks Davis Dyslexia Certified Tutor 2006
Milestones Early Intervention Therapist for Autism 2009
Performing Arts A-Level 1996 ABRSM

Angela has enjoyed playing the piano since she was a young child and she has been teaching piano since 2008, and her aim as a piano tutor is to share her love of piano and music with as many people as possible.

Angela makes piano lessons enjoyable by taking into consideration what the students what they would like to learn, in a way which is challenging yet achievable. It is also important to her that the students are developing skills in reading music, understanding music theory, developing a good piano-playing technique and learning how to compose and improvise.

Special Needs

Angela believes that everyone can enjoy and benefit from learning to play the piano and she has experience of teaching students with a range of learning needs such as Autism, Dyslexia, Down’s Syndrome and Cystic Fibrosis. Many of Angela’s students have entered piano exams through ABRSM or Trinity College; this has yielded a 100% pass rate with many students being awarded a Merit or Distinction. (Rock School Syllabus is also available via Igloo Music UK)

“My daughter has benefitted from her time with Angela. I highly recommend her to parents of other children, particularly those on the autistic spectrum.” Roma


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