Our professional tutor is Wendy Leckerman. She holds a licinate from The London College Of Music and a certificate in teaching from the Associated Board Of The Royal School Of Music. Recently she was made a Fellow Of The Incorporated Society Of Musicians for her outstanding success in teaching over the last 25 years.
Wendy was a music examiner for The Trinity College Of Music Rockschool exams and a mentor to students in Glasgow and Edinburgh University. Wendy teaches Guitar in Belmont House School Glasgow and works in the community as a music therapist. Wendy Invented coloured nylon guitar strings to enable people with visual problems or learning difficulties to play the guitar. This product was so successful that Sir Prof Peng Tee Khaw consultant, director and surgeon of Moorfields Eye Hospital has endorsed them.
Wendy would not be teaching without the trust and belief of her students. Many of her students have been loyal for several years encouraging their family and friends to learn. Wendy has successfully taught 100’s of students from 6 year old children to adults, professional musicians and teachers. Wendy believes that everyone should have the opportunity to learn to play an instrument regardless of their ability. Teaching music therapy in the community Wendy has experienced the power that music has of enhancing and improving a person's Quality of life.