Who Am I? Christmas 2017 update

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GARAXvzXT58 The last 3 years  To update you on my musical life over the last three years: I studied BA Music at Oxford University between October 2014 and June 2017. My time at Oxford was a life-shaping experience. (But then isn’t everything that we do a life-shaping experience?) I gained a tonne of musical knowledge; … Continue reading Who Am I? Christmas 2017 update

A Craft Village, a 7th Birthday, a Choir Competition and a trip to Kampala Music School and M-Lisada

Wow, Iʼve been very busy! Last Sunday (24th August) I had a day out in Kampala with Sharon (Frankʼs eldest daughter). First we went to a service at Watoto Church Central which was amazing! It was totally different to a typical service at home. A band of an electric keyboard, an electric guitar, a bass guitar and a … Continue reading A Craft Village, a 7th Birthday, a Choir Competition and a trip to Kampala Music School and M-Lisada

My teaching routine and a trip to M-Lisada and the Mummy Foundation

(Please bear in mind that I wrote this post on Saturday 23rd but was unable to upload it straight away because there was a power cut.) I'm really enjoying my time here. Every day brings something new and the students are making rapid progress. I now have five permanent violin classes: beginners 1 (primary-school-aged), beginners … Continue reading My teaching routine and a trip to M-Lisada and the Mummy Foundation

Matooke, violin classes and Scottish singing

Iʼve been having a lovely time here! The teaching is very enjoyable and rewarding, and everyone is so friendly and welcoming. I was met at the airport by Frank Katoula, the Director of Tender Talents, his wife Brenda and their children Ruben (8 years old) and Grace (6 years old). It would usually be a 2-hour drive from … Continue reading Matooke, violin classes and Scottish singing