Stagecraft and Performance.
"Please contact me if you would like
further information on lessons
or advice on your latest project ."
All EXAMINATIONS ARE OPTIONAL
(ABRSM & TRINITY LONDON)
COMPOSITION - Professional Projects,
Degree Courses, A Level and GCSE.
SINGING - All Grades/Performances
PIANO - All Grades/Diplomas
FLUTE - All Grades/Diplomas
MUSIC THEORY - All Grades
Intermediate and Beginner.
ROB'S CURRICULUM VITAE:
ABRSM Grade 8 (Piano).
Open University Music.
Voice Of The Year.
Professional Accompanist (1982).
Music Teacher (1983).
Multimedia Composer (1985).
Concert/Event Pianist (1992).
Musical Director (1992).
Choir Master (1992).
Principal-MusiTech Studios (1993).
Music Producer & Arranger (1996)
Advisor to the Royal Schools Of Music,
Theory Development Team (2012 - ).
"It seems that almost every teacher boasts
of having a 100% pass rate these days
but that's not difficult to achieve;
after all you only need to gain 66%
of the total marks to pass a grade.
There is then a real danger of being
entered for the next grade not knowing
up to a third of what has gone before!
It is definitely not the fault of the pupil, but equally
not a clever way for a teacher to proceed.
Working at their pace, I ensure that all my pupils - regardless of age or ability
attain verifiable, exceptionally high pass marks in their instrumental,
singing, theory and composition examinations. Most are awarded 'Distinction'
achieving marks well over 90%. They are then able to step up to the next level,
confident that they are armed with the necessary knowledge and skill.
If people really enjoy their music lessons and properly understand the reasons why they
should practise their scales or study music theory, learning will happen much more quickly.
They will then be well on the way to realising their dreams of being able
to master their instrument, compose or sing properly."
All tracks composed and produced by Rob Dyer.
Recorded at 'MusiTech Studios' Plymouth & Liskeard UK
Original works of art by kind permission of Rob's good friend George Shirtcliffe