Lamp House Music is a fun, safe and creative environment for pupils to explore the wonderful world of music!
Tutors who work out of Lamp House Music must be professional, qualified, contemporary, patient, passionate and enthusiastic.
We value each pupil as an individual, tutors will consider and nurture each pupil’s ability, ambitions, personality, learning style and musical tastes
Should a pupil wish to take gradings or sit music exams, our music tutors are happy to provide support.
All Tutors teaching at Lamp House Music are PVG Certified.
Guitar / Bass Guitar / Piano / Music Theory
Callum is an Edinburgh College graduate, with a BA degree in Music. Having played keyboard since 7 years old, Callum also went on to learn guitar and is now an expert in both. In addition he has Grade 8 in Music Theory.
Since graduating, Callum has been tutoring pupils privately and also working for the Dads Rock Academy in Edinburgh, assisting children and their parents as they work towards their annual end of year show.
As a guitarist and keyboardist, Callum has built a respectable reputation in the industry, working in various genres including blues, funk, hip hop and electronica.
Callum has also worked as a guitar tech for bands including Idlewild, created music composition for a computer game and worked at WHALE teaching song-writing to pupils of all ages. Callum has performed at venues and festivals across Scotland in the indie/ska band, The Begbies.
Guitar / Bass Guitar / Mandolin / Piano / Bagpipes / Whistles / Music Theory
Garry is a professional musician and tutor, who teaches at various youth workshops and music classes and has lots of experience with both one-to-one and group lessons.
Garry graduated from Edinburgh University with a BMus (Hons) Music Technology after having completed a HNC Music Performance at Stevenson College. He has a range of experience in different styles including rock, jazz, folk and classical and he plays lots of instruments including the Guitar, Bass, Piano, Mandolin, Ukulele and Drums as well as the Bagpipes and Whistles. He is also a grade 8 classical singer and former member of the National Youth Choir of Scotland.
One of Garry’s passions is musical theory and he enjoys teaching pupils why they are learning, moulding them into great all-round musicians as well as instrumentalists.
He plays professionally in a swing band for weddings and corporate functions all over Scotland as well as local venues. Garry is also an experienced Sound Recordist and Live Sound and Lighting Technician.
Guitar / Ukulele / Bass Guitar / Bandjam
Chris is competent with numerous music genres, and the theory that goes behind them, including rock, pop and jazz. He plays guitar and sings backing vocals for The Klones, a popular function band in the area, in addition to performing with various bands that write their own original music.
Chris is currently in his fourth year at Napier University, studying on the Popular Music course as a mature student.
Bandjam / Guitar / Bass Guitar / Ukulele / Music Theory
Duncan graduated from Edinburgh Napier in 2018 with a BA(Hons) in Popular Music, his focus there was Guitar Performance, Studio Recording/Mixing and Music Composition. Over the years, he has developed a keen interest in beat-making, live looping, synthesis, sampling, sequencing, rhythm, harmony, arranging and production.
Working in the festival and theatre circuits, Duncan has played in the orchestra pit as a guitarist for many productions and musicals, he has also worked as a Music Assistant throughout East Dunbartonshire with small and large music ensembles and has helped schools succeed in choir competitions.
Duncan believes that music theory is fun and can be used as a tool to inform the music making process. He has taught music theory up to university level, helping those who previously struggled, from very basic theory through to its intricacies.
Duncan is incredibly passionate about music, believing it fo be life changing and everyone deserving of the chance to have a positive experience with it.
Piano / Violin / Viola / Music Theory
Filip is a Czech composer, conductor, and orchestrator now based in Edinburgh.
After studying at the Brno Conservatory in the Czech Republic, he continued in Composition at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland from which he achieved First Class Honors.
Filip has been teaching piano, strings, and music theory at various institutions for the past 6 years to children of all ages and abilities, plus adults. Filip strives to understand each pupil as an individual, connecting with their own personal learning style and music tastes, and tailoring lessons to best encourage their progress. He is happy to teach all genres of music in his lessons, from classical, to musical theatre to popular.
Filip’s a winner of the C4’s Composition Competition in New York City (2017) and the recipient of the Edinburgh Studio Opera Composition Award for the Best New Opera (2019).
In 2020, Filip was chosen by an internationally acclaimed composer and conductor Bright Sheng to serve as a Composition Fellow at the festival “Intimacy of Creativity” in Hong Kong.
Piano / Keyboard
Sam is a professional pianist, keyboard player and music tutor.
Beginning piano lessons at the very young age of 4, he quickly fell in love with the instrument. Through childhood, he played mostly classical music and won many piano competitions.
Sam then became interested in jazz and more contemporary musical styles through which he learned to love music theory. In 2017 Sam earned his BA(hons) in Popular Music at Napier University.
Sam now works as a music teacher and performs with the sought-after events band Sahara at events throughout the UK.
Sam is passionate about offering high-quality tuition within a fun, supportive environment.
Piano / Oboe / Saxophone / Flute / Clarinet / Recorder
Louisa has over twenty years’ experience as a professional performer and educator.
As a performer she has worked with all the professional orchestras in Scotland, performing at festivals such as Edinburgh Festival and the BBC Proms. Since 2013 she has been the Principal Oboe with the RAF Central Band in London, touring extensively throughout Europe and the USA.
As an educator she has worked as a woodwind instructor for Loretto, Sistema England, High School of Dundee, Erskine Stewart Melville Schools, Dollar Academy, St Columba’s School, East Lothian Council, Renfrewshire Council, West Dunbartonshire Council and the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama Youth Works. She has also previously coached for the National Youth Wind Ensemble of Scotland and West of Scotland Schools’ Concert Band.
During her time with the RAF she performed extensively on BBC Radio and Television and as an educator delivered workshops for various educational establishments including Birmingham Conservatoire and Trinity Laban.
She is a huge believer in the cross-curricular benefits of music and the positive experiences it can provide for young people and is very excited to be relocating to East Lothian and to be joining the team of tutors at Lamp House Music.
Shuna studied music at Edinburgh College and Abertay University and has a BA Honours Degree in Music Performance. Shuna is an experienced songwriter and performer and has been gigging as a solo artist for over 6 years, as well as performing in other bands.
She has a real passion for music and wants to share that passion and enthusiasm with her students. Shuna’s lessons are relaxed and intended as fun and enjoyable for everyone.
Shuna’s music styles lie within the blues, pop and soul but she is happy helping students with any of their preferred genres of music.
Vocals / Piano / Flute / Recorder
Lynnette has a BA in Popular Music Performance through Abertay University, with a principle study in Vocals, however Lynnette also teaches piano and flute, and plays guitar, bass and recorder.
Lynnette has previously worked with Dads’ Rock Academy and Portobello Music School assisting with individual lessons and overseeing two children’s choirs, for ages 6+. As well as teaching at Lamp House Music, she leads her own mummy-baby choir in Edinburgh.
Lynnette’s vocal experience is vastly varied and having sung in many styles – including classical, musicals, rock and pop – Lynnette is happy to teach in a wide array of music genres. Lynnette has also proved her ability to support pupils through graded exams, with a 100% pass rate.
With a BA Degree in Popular Music from Edinburgh College, Maria regularly performs in her local area of West Lothian and also in Edinburgh.
Maria enjoys all genres of music, in particular jazz and pop, but is happy to teach any style. Maria also has grade 7 Music Theory and although her first instrument is vocals, she also plays a range of instruments including keyboard, drums and guitar.
As well as having her own business through which she sings in retirement homes across Scotland, Maria is a singer/songwriter and is currently woking on her first solo album. In addition, Maria also works as an assistant in an after school music club, helping Primary 1s and 2s with their musical skills.
Ryan is a passionate and experienced drummer and tutor with many years experience playing for theatre groups, jazz orchestras, and ensembles of all styles. He received his BMus (Hons) in popular music performance through Kingston University, undertaken at Edinburgh College – receiving the Marsden Citizenship award in 2015.
Ryan was involved in the creation of Dad’s Rock Academy in Edinburgh and as such, has taught a wide age range of pupils – always aiming to provide a fun but educational approach to lessons. His specialised styles include funk, latin, afro-cuban, jazz, blues and rock.
Extremely motivated and passionate about music (especially drums!) Ryan has performed in bands and projects across the country. Previous experiences include playing over 70 shows in the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, performing with professional ballroom dancer Tibor Poc, and touring with the Robin Robertson Blues Band.
Drums / Music Technology
Originally from Motherwell, Eamonn now lives in Edinburgh, studying BA Popular Music at Napier University. Eamonn has first-hand experience of sitting exams with drums as a first instrument, having himself obtained A’s in National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher Music, and having also worked with many drum pupils studying the Rockschool syllabus, Eamonn is perfectly-placed for supporting and guiding students through exams and gradings.
Having amassed a wealth of knowledge from his own drum teacher (and then having exhausted his repertoire – moved on to the teacher of his drum teacher!), Eamonn is hugely enthusiastic and passionate about playing drums. He loves to share this expertise with pupils of all ages and stages, which he does in a patient, mature manner with lessons tailored to the individual and their goals.
Eamonn also has a love for computers, and combining this with music, has mastered and can teach a broad range of music technology skills. Eamonn can help pupils learn simple or complex ways in which to use Logic and Garageband, to include songwriting/music making, recording audio, using the programs’ extensive sounds’ library, effects, plugins, samplers etc to go from a song idea in your head to a completed piece of music.
Eamon is the drummer in indie rock band ‘Luna The Professor’, who were listed in Jim Gellatly’s ’10 for 2020′ and have played in venues all across Scotland, plus have had more than 70,000 streams on Spotify for just one song!
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Lamp House Music
The Lamp House
Station Yard, Hospital Rd,
Haddington East Lothian,
t: 01620 825630
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