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Amos Sharp Violin, Piano, Singing, and Academic Tutoring up to A level

Barnet, NW11
1 year in business
1 total staff


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About Amos Sharp Violin, Piano, Singing, and Academic Tutoring up to A level

I am an 18-year-old violinist, who has received offers to study the violin at undergraduate level at the Royal Academy of Music, Royal College of Music and Guildhall School of Music and Drama. I have lots of experience at performing and teaching and would be happy to teach pupils from beginner to beyond grade 8 level. I am also willing to help students in the capacity of a practice teacher. I furthermore play the piano and sing and could teach up to grade 8 level in both. I have a strong academic record and would be enthusiastic to tutor French, German and Music up to A level as well as English, History, Biology, Chemistry and Physics up to GCSE level. Please find below my CV: In 2013, I won first prize in the YMC solo and duet concerto competitions for which the prize was to perform with a chamber orchestra. I have additionally won multiple first prizes in the North London Music Festival. In 2013, I also won the Emunah Young Musician of the Year competition held at RCM, adjudicated by Malcolm Singer. The prize was to play a short recital at City of London Guildhall to an audience of 450 guests. I was subsequently invited to play at the Leeds “Next generation showcase” in 2014. I am a keen chamber music player and participate in MusicWorks residential chamber courses as well as Chamber Studio in King’s Place, London. I was awarded a music scholarship at Highgate School In 2014, I started lessons with Krysia Osostowicz coinciding with the time I was leader of the National Children’s Orchestras Main Orchestra. For my 13th birthday the British composer, David Matthews, wrote a composition for solo violin dedicated to me and I premiered it at a Rotary Club concert. In 2015, I was thrilled to take part in a masterclass with Andras Keller where we explored the intricacies of phrasing and bow technique in Beethoven Spring Sonata first movement. Also in 2015, the ‘A Sharp Trio’, a group I play in together with my two sisters, performed at the Royal Festival Hall to an audience of 2,500 people in a Rotary Club concert. The A Sharp trio has won several competitions and regularly performs at charity and corporate events, as well as weddings. I was honoured that my sister Anoushka dedicated her first piano trio to me, which we performed with the concert pianist, Sam Haywood, in the Solent Music Festival in summer 2015. In 2017, I was offered both a substantial scholarship to attend the Bowdoin music course in America and a place on Musica Mundi in Brussels. I chose the latter and received tuition from Ivry Gitlis, Leonid Kerbel, Nicholas Angelich and members of the Heath quartet. I also played to Menahem Pressler, Jerome Pernoo, and Vladimir Perlin. Also in 2017, I was a prizewinner in the Highgate Young Musician of the Year Competition and a finalist in the Haslemere String Competition. In 2019, my school piano trio performed in the showcase concert of the South East Schools Chamber Music Competition at St John’s Smith Square and we were also finalists in the Pro Corda Chamber Music Festival for Schools national competition. I was awarded a prize for contribution to school musical performance that year. In 2020, I received offers to study the violin at undergraduate level at the Royal Academy of Music, Royal College of Music and Guildhall School of Music and Drama. I also received a ‘chamber champion’ award at the Pro Corda Chamber Music Festival for Schools national competition. I am additionally very grateful to have had the opportunity to play to Steven Isserlis, members of the Endellion String Quartet and Maxim Vengerov. I have experience of teaching violin and piano, as well as directing musical ensembles and choirs. Please find below my qualifications: Pre-U predicted grades (actual grades to be released 13th August 2020): Music: Distinction 1 (above A* at A level) French: Distinction 2 (equivalent to A* at A level) German: Distinction 2 GCSEs/IGCSEs: French: A* German: A* English Literature: 9 English Language: 9 History: A* Biology: A* Chemistry: A* Physics: A* Maths: 8 Religious Studies: A



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Location

Barnet, NW11

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Monday

12:01 am to 11:59 pm

Tuesday

12:01 am to 11:59 pm

Wednesday

12:01 am to 11:59 pm

Thursday

12:01 am to 11:59 pm

Friday

12:01 am to 11:59 pm

Saturday

12:01 am to 11:59 pm

Sunday

12:01 am to 11:59 pm


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