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Learning to play a musical instrument is one of the most rewarding activities you can do for yourself, or your child.
I have been playing woodwind instruments for over 10 years and I can help you learn or improve upon your current playing skills.  


Tutoring on the flute, clarinet, alto & tenor saxophone and piccolo are my specialities. My tutoring expertise would suit beginner to intermediate students wanting to learn classical, jazz or contemporary music styles.

It's never too late to learn the correct way to play, how to read music, or how to play a good sound.



Music theory gives us an insight into how all the notes and rhythms are put together in a piece of music. We are able to critically listen to music, identify what it is, and when playing we are able to understand the meaning the composer is trying to convey.
I can combine elements of music theory into your lesson if desired.


As a freelance musician, I am also available to perform in orchestras for musicals and plays. I can also assist with music notation and arranging (including Sibelius), music craft and conducting.

I have either performed in orchestras or arranged music for the following productions:-  
The Wiz
Picnic at Hanging Rock 
Alice in Wonderland 
 When the Stars Go Blue 
 Sweeney Todd 
How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying 
A Little Princess 
Our House 
Thoroughly Modern Millie 
The Wizard of Oz
Catch Me If You Can

My studio is located in the Melbourne bayside suburb of Beaumaris. My students include primary & secondary school students, and adults from the south eastern suburbs of Melbourne.

Please feel free to contact me at kim@kimpearsonmusic.com with any questions you might have. 



Kim Pearson

B.Mus (Uni Melb)