Welcome to LONDON FLUTE TUITION, the teaching website of Katie Morgan (MA, BMus(Hons), LRSM) - a professional international concert flautist and qualified flute teacher with 13 years teaching experience and a 100% student success rate.
Katie is an enthusiastic, encouraging, dedicated, and caring flute teacher, with a real passion for teaching and playing the flute, and nurturing each individual student's musical talent to the full!
Kate is skilled and experienced at teaching students of ALL ages, and ALL abilities, from complete beginners to those preparing for diploma examinations, or those who simply enjoy playing for fun!
Because of Kate's skill at being both informative and fun, she has also been commissioned as a children's music note writer for the BBC.
Katie has also holds a clean and up to date enhanced DBS (CRB) certificate, which is available for parental inspection.
"I really enjoy my flute lessons with Katie. She has been my teacher since I started learning 4 years ago, and I am excited because I have just passed my grade 8 with distinction! Katie is very friendly and makes lessons fun, interesting, and entertaining."
-- Ciara, aged 12
(Grade 8 Distinction)
"Katie is a talented professional flautist who is also an excellent flute teacher. I have had weekly lessons with her for over four years and I can attest to her professionalism, skills and ability to both empathise with and inspire her pupil. She is adept at working with you on those areas that are weak without that becoming a tedious chore. Very strongly recommended; she is a teacher who will take on adult amateurs as pupils."
-- Professor Peter Hobson
"Kate is an excellent musician and a wonderful teacher, and I honestly cannot recommend any other teacher over her. My 10 year old daughter has made so much progress and enjoys her lessons. Kate is very thorough and no-nonsense (no unwarrented praise - praise is given only when earned through trying hard), but she is very encouraging, enthusiastic, challenges her students, whilst keeping it fun at the same time. More teachers need to be like that."
-- Dr. Caroline Evans
(Parent of 10 year old Gabrielle, currently preparing for grade 8)
"Katie has been my flute teacher since I was 10, and has also taught me theory. She is now tutoring me for my A level music exams, and she is the best. She is very encouraging, positive, and outgoing, although she notices EVERYTHING. No mistake is ever overlooked, so she can be tough. But she makes learning the flute so much fun, and in addition to syllabus repertoire we also sometimes play flute duets for a break, which makes sight reading fun!"
-- Sophie, aged 18
(DipABRSM, grade 8 Distinction, grade 8 theory Distinction, AS Music grade A)
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Did you know ... ?
Flute and Theory Grades 6, 7 & 8 have been awarded UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) points, just like AS and A levels.
Additionally, being able to play a musical instrument will make you look much more "well rounded", and will always look great on your CV!