Music Tutor and Music Therapist Tess Jewson BA MA MISM

Music Tutor and Music Therapist
Tess Jewson BA MA MISM

Piano
Cello
Trumpet
Theory


Tess has over 6 years experience teaching the piano, cello, trumpet and theory and has a 100% success pass rate in music examinations. She welcomes all ages and abilities, whether you are looking to progress through the examination route or learning to play the instrument for your own enjoyment.

Tess is also a fully qualified and HCPC registered Music Therapist and has been working with children and adults with learning disabilities for over 2 years.

DBS certified
Location: Springfield, Chelmsford
Venue: Student travels to the tutor
Contact: 07949 798644 or tess_music@hotmail.com
Music Teacher profile: https://www.musicteachers.co.uk/user/e9446642e237ccf2297a

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