Prelude School of Music offers music lessons for instrumentalists and singers of all ages and abilities. Based in our Liverpool city centre studio, we offer the highest quality music tuition for beginners and experienced musicians alike.
Our teachers are fully-qualified professional musicians, with both extensive teaching backgrounds and music industry experience in a wealth of different roles.
We are very proud to offer a range of music lessons at our Liverpool city centre location, including Guitar (acoustic and electric), Bass Guitar, Singing, Piano, Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute, Music Theory and more. We offer an online booking system, and are happy to accept bookings or answer queries over the phone (07414 471 585) or by email.
All of our music teachers are fully qualified and hold DBS (formerly known as CRB) Enhanced Disclosure. Our staff, as well as having years of experience as music teachers, have also worked in the music industry as performers, composers and songwriters.
We believe that great music teaching requires great facilities – and our Liverpool city centre teaching studio offers all the equipment needed for you, or your child, to succeed in their musical education.
Our teachers work with both adults and children of all ages. The music school opens at 10am and closes at 9pm, 7 days a week, so we are available at a time that is most convenient for you.
Our lessons take place in the vibrant commercial district of Liverpool, only moments away from Moorfields train station. We’re easily accessible by any mode of transport – check our directions page for more details. Feel free to get in touch by email or telephone (07414 471 585) and we will be delighted to help.
We offer lessons on a wide range of instruments, including piano, guitar and woodwind. Get in touch and we’ll match you with a specialist on your chosen instrument.
Our tutors have years of experience in providing vocal lessons to individuals of all abilities, and we can help you develop your vocal technique as well as working towards improving your range and timbre.
A strong knowledge of music theory can help you in all aspects of your musical development – whether as part of your formal education, or because you just want to learn more about how music works.