Diana De Cabarrus

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Diana is one of the founders of Key To Music. She has been teaching guitar and leading music workshops for ten years with students of all ages and backgrounds.

Some of her early pupils are now starting out as professional songwriters themselves. She also has extensive experience playing live in all kinds of functions bands (rock and pop; Scottish ceilidh and reels; West end theatres shows; the UK’s top all female swing orchestra; etc) and she has released three well-received albums of original material.

Philosophy, Style and Expertise :

She especially enjoys seeing students discover their own connection with music, from which they can get lifelong satisfaction, and in encouraging them to develop their own creativity within music as well as their technical aptitude.

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Qualifications

BA Hons., Cert HE in Popular Music Performance; Mmus in Composition.

More info

Alongside her work with Key To Music and as a gigging musician, she also enjoys her involvement in a variety of community music projects, eg Only Connect, a creative arts company that works with ex-offenders. She delivers vocal and songwriting workshops in London and Edinburgh. She is looking forward to adding to her back catalogue of original material with a double A side single release in summer 2013.


Contacts

Address:
barnet, london
Telephone:
0203123456
info@keytomusic.co.uk

Usual availability

Monday:
by appointment
Tuesday:
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Wednesday:
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Thursday:
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Friday:
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Saturday:
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Sunday:
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Please note that the availability shown is for planning purposes only.


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