Rebecca Moulton is a fully qualified teacher. She completed a PGCE in secondary music at Cambridge University in 2004. She is an experienced classroom and peripatetic teacher offering tuition in vocal, flute, clarinet, recorder, theory, aural and piano (up to Grade 5). She has helped many students to pass ABRSM, GCSE and AS/A Level music exams. Currently she works at Cambridge School of Visual and Performing Arts, where she trains vocal students both classically and popular trained to prepare for applications to conservatories and universities.
Rebecca is also an experienced conductor and has worked with various youth choirs, bands and other ensembles. Currently she works as assistant music teacher at King’s Junior Voices where she works predominantly for the younger age group as well as regularly conducting at King’s College Chapel. For 12 years she worked with Milton C of E Primary School choir, successfully increasing the number of children who participated and giving them the opportunity to perform in their community and in such prestigious places such as the Royal Albert Hall as part of Barnardo’s Young Supporters Concert in 2013 and at the Royal Festival Hall in 2016. On both occasions several members of the choir were selected to sing solos. In 2014 the choir performed on the steps of the Fitzwilliam Museum for the passing of the Tour De France as part of Historyworks Cycle of Songs project.
During her time at Milton C of E Primary School she also created a Composition Club where students worked with iPads and instruments to create both music and multi-media compositions. In 2015 students worked on the BBC Ten Pieces project and attended the BBC Ten Pieces PROM where one video was featured during part of the concert. In 2017 students’ new compositions featured on the Creative Showcase webpage.
Lessons available for children and adults:
Singing, Woodwind, Beginner Piano, Aural, Theory & GCSE/A-Level Music
Schools interested in bookings for lessons or workshops are welcome.
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