Here is the web site with information about lessons with Karen Tweed.

SKYPE lessons online! See the Skype lessons page for details of how to arrange your lesson.

Karen says: “I offer skype lessons at £35 per hour and while the whole idea of skype can be a bit daunting if you’ve never done it before, it’s wonderful in that you can sit in your house, switch on the computer, have a lesson with me, sitting in my house and then go and have a cup of tea without travelling anywhere.”

Skype lessons are £35 for one hour.

 

ONE TO ONE lessons

Karen visits Worcestershire to give individual or group lessons at the venues below. Bookings and requests are put on the web site so everyone involved can see what’s going on. Lessons are currently being held in Worcester – when dates are available you will be able to see the Waverley Cottage page and it will give you details of times and dates. Use the booking form on the Waverley Cottage page to book your lesson.

One to one lessons in Worcester are £45 for one hour, or £30 for half an hour. Lessons cancelled with less than one week’s notice incur a cancellation fee of £25.

 

COMMENTS

Any general comments/suggestions/questions please use the comments box below. Please note that messages from new visitors to the site are checked so might not appear immediately. You can send a message regarding making a booking via the forms on the Number 13 page.

 

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  1. Hi Karen. On consideration after my lesson last week – I feel that the written version of my tune “Lights of Hamnavoe” is nowhere near the version I now play. Suppose I was to tape the latest version – would it be possible to re write the tune for others ? Can you access tapes ? Bert

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