(Guitar, Bass, Ukulele)
Harry is a highly experienced professional guitarist with a wide and extensive knowledge of the music industry. During his youth, he lived in several different countries throughout Europe and the Middle East. He attended music college in London before returning to Qatar to work as a music teacher for several years.
More recently, Harry has been travelling throughout the US and Australia working as a full-time musician. This has included managing and successfully financing a tour of the east coast of Australia.
Harry loves rock, blues and jazz, and will delight you with his playing and teaching style.
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(Guitar, Blues Harmonica)
Tomlin started Strollers Music School in December 2010, and since then he has been studying various methodologies for teaching music. His angle has always been making sure that students understand what they are playing rather than just “painting by numbers”. He loves all kinds of groove-based music, including blues, R&B, funk and soul; on guitar as well as harmonica.
When he is not teaching at Strollers, Tomlin spends his time creating harmonica lessons for his online school – tomlinharmonicalessons.com
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(Guitar, Bass, Ukulele)
Mike is a guitarist, guitar tutor and electronic musician based in Edinburgh. He graduated in guitar performance and electronic composition from Newcastle University in 2014, and has experience in a wide range of styles including experimental, rock, jazz, classical and folk.
He performs with the improv groove band Taupe and other recent projects include solo performances of Leo Brouwer’s ‘Paisaje Cubano con Campañas’; a tango group based around Astor Piazzola’s tunes; and the Afro-Funk inspired group Bungalow Road, lead by singer songwriter Joe Smith.
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Grant has been performing for the last 16 years all over the UK. This has included work with touring acts such as Dirty Dancing, Little Shop of Horrors, Songs of Sister Act and most recently The Lion King.
He continues to play and teach lots of different styles, ranging from funk, soul and jazz to pop, classical and folk music.
Finally, he enjoys working with all age groups, focusing on playing by ear and composing original music. Music theory, chords and reading music are introduced gradually without pressure.
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