Meet the Teachers...

Jon Ethridge BA(Hons) MISM DipMuscLCM; founded Musicmakers back in 2001 when the business had just one customer per week. Nine years on and he teaches piano, keyboard, organ, singing and theory of music to over 60 people at different venues across Bristol. Originally a trainee on a scheme run by the Royal School of Church Music, Jon was organist and Director of Music at St Francis Church, Ashton Gate, from 1994 until 2004, during which time he played at literally hundreds of weddings, funerals, special occasions and Sunday morning services, as well as overseeing the development and growth of a strong choir. Since 2001 he has been a singing coach at the Bristol Academy of Performing Arts/Centre for Voice based in the Tobacco Factory in Southville and was one of two visiting music teachers at 344 Dance Centre in Fishponds for 4 years.
He currently plays the organ for weddings and funerals at a number of venues across south Bristol and is also Musical Director and Conductor of The Top Notes choir.
Jon is available to teach piano, organ, keyboard, singing and theory of music.

Helen Prewett; Helen is a flautist with almost 35 years playing experience acquired largely in bands and musical productions. She has some 30 years of experience in working with children but is also qualified in the training and mentoring of adults.
Helen is available to teach flute from beginner to Grade 8 level to learners of all ages.

Troy Lake; Troy, an entirely self taught musician, has been playing for many years and has taken both trumpet and theory of music examinations at the highest level. An experienced player and performer, Troy has at various times been a member of a local marching band and has played at numerous weddings, Remembrance Day events and special occasions. Troy is available to teach trumpet and is experienced in teaching beginners and more advanced players alike.

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