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  Our Teachers    

Our teachers are very experienced teachers DBS checked.
They have a lot of experience teaching children and adults piano lessons and Music Theory as well.

They can prepare your kids for ABRSM and Trinity exams!


We have the best teachers from the Royal Academy of Music, Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Royal College of Music, RNCM, etc.

Looking forward to hearing from you!!!

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Iona Allan is a professional violinist specialising in both modern and historical performance. Iona plays with a variety of orchestras including the Ulster Orchestra, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, and London Contemporary Orchestra. In Australia, Iona has worked with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Queensland Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Chamber Orchestra, and Camerata - Queensland’s Chamber Orchestra.

As a teacher and educator Iona currently works as an instrumental tutor for the Tri-borough Music Hub. This involves whole class instrumental learning in schools, as well as small group and one to one tuition. She also works regularly on projects with BBC Learning and the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain and has ten years teaching experience.

Iona holds a Masters in Performance from the Royal College of Music, London, and a Bachelor of Music in Advanced Performance from the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University. She also completed three years at the Australian National Academy of Music under the tutelage of Dr Robin Wilson.

William McGahon is a young professional violinist enjoying a varied musical life as a historical performer, chamber-musician, recitalist and orchestral musician performing in the UK and across Europe. in 2019 he graduated from the Royal Northern College of Music gaining a First-Class Honours degree, studying with Julia Hanson. William recently started the JOA historical violin masters in Saintes, France where he studies with Margaret Faultless. William’s part-time masters course is very generously supported my M. Delage. In November 2020, William recorded the premiere of Julian Philip’s children’s opera Cocotte Chocotte at SJE Arts in Oxford with Sholto Kynoch, Isha Critchlow, Anna Dennis, Daniel Norman and Noah Mosley. William is currently a Monteverdi Apprentice with the Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique, receiving tuition from the string principals and joining the orchestra in numerous projects throughout their current season. In November 2019, William was asked to join the Manchester Collective on their UK tour of ‘The Centre is Everywhere’ performing Ligeti, Vivaldi, Bach and a new work by Edmund Finnis alongside some of the countries most celebrated string players and chamber-musicians. William has been teaching privately in Manchester and London for the past 6 years and has previously worked as a member of staff for Finchley Music Service and Pro Corda.

Sophie Porter-Gillespie is a flute/ piccolo player and teacher who is in her final years of the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, where she received a scholarship upon entry. Sophie is also a dedicated and enthusiastic teacher who works for many different agencies across London including the North London Music Institute. Sophie has over 5 years worth of teaching experiences with all ages and abilities, leading to success and enjoyment from her students with her flexible approach.  She is also a project developer, project manager, and workshop leader including recent ventures with the Catacoustics orchestra, and partaking in the Intersections project with the Metro Charity in London.


Head of North London Music Institute

Maria is a highly experienced concert pianist, teacher, conductor, and accompanist. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Musical Arts from I.U.N.A University and a degree as a Technician in Music -Orchestral Conducting from the Conservatory "Manuel de Falla”. Maria completed her National Music Teacher degree majoring in Piano at the National Conservatory "Carlos López Buchardo”.

She is the Musical head of “New airs orchestra” founded by her in 2013. She has also started a Podcast about classical and Latin-American music, as a host, she has been doing several interesting interviews with artist all around the world.

She has worked as a piano teacher in London for over four years, schools and universities for over 20 years teaching children from age 5 to adults from complete beginners up to post grade 8 level. Maria believes if you want to play an instrument it is important to enjoy it, love playing music, and really enjoy your lessons. She is a creative, dynamic, and also a very professional teacher who always aims to bring fun into her lessons and inspire her students incorporating ear training, sight-reading, and theory. She is happy to tailor her lessons to whatever her students want to work on, whether that is working towards graded exams or purely playing for enjoyment, preparing students for concerts or University exams.

She will guide you to reach your music goals with confidence and great success.

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