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Debbie Adamson-Brattland

About: Debbie Adamson-Brattland

  • Role : Music Tuition, Online Courses
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  • Experience : 25 years
  • Specialist in : Online GCSE and A level Music Tuition, Music Theory, Classical Guitar, Piano

Debbie has a Master's Degree in Music, Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Qualified Teacher Status), an Honours Degree in Music and other performing and teaching diplomas. She has appeared as both a soloist and chamber musician at a number of Festivals in Norway and the UK, including the Guitar Festival of Great Britain at West Dean College and the Cannington International Festival where she met her guitarist husband, Arne Brattland. Other performances include a concert for King Harald, the King of Norway. Debbie also tutored at the Dillington Classical Guitar Summer School in 2017 and 2018 and has extensive experience as a teacher.

Debbie is an Associated Board Music Examiner (Theory), an Edexcel GCSE Music Examiner and approved tutor for a private examination centre in Hampshire (Faregos).

You can book face-to-face lessons in classical guitar, piano, recorder, music theory, GCSE and A level music. Additionally Debbie delivers Online A Level Music, GCSE Music and Music Theory Tuition. For many years she held the post of Director of Music in both state and private schools and in this role arranged for and directed most types of music ensembles. She aims to provide a rewarding learning experience for all her students through inspiring and enthusing them to realise their ultimate abilities. Results have been impressive. Debbie was graded ‘outstanding’ by OFSTED for her A level teaching and otherwise has had a stream of successes with 11+ Music Scholarships. (i.e. Sir William Perkins, Surrey x 2, Tormead, Surrey, The Royal Grammar School, Surrey x 3, Portsmouth High School, Hampshire, Mayville High, Hampshire). Results in Associated Board and Trinity Guildhall practical and music theory exams are consistently high with a high percentage graded merit and distinction.