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Becky Dell Music Academy – Music Lessons

Good day and welcome, my music loving friend! I’m Becky and I have taught private individual music lessons since 2002. Due to popular demand (and a two year waiting list to have lessons with me!) for my fun approach and unique blend of classical and non-classical tutoring, I launched The Becky Dell Music Academy in Blackheath & Greenwich, London, in summer 2012.

The Academy is now into its fifth year, has quadrupled in size, and is growing from strength to strength. I have a GREAT team of tutors and backroom staff working with me and we love giving great music lessons to the lovely children and grown ups of Blackheath and Greenwich. We are excited to announce we have opened up a new Academy in Worsley, Manchester in January 2017!

How can our music academy help you?

We are a family of working musicians who will expand your musicality and positively influence your confidence and we are always looking for more like-minded, fun students and tutors. So if you’re interested in getting music lessons in the Blackheath Greenwich area, or Worsely in Manchester, have a browse over these pages and get in touch!

Music lesson success stories

“Becky Dell is a wonderful musician, a wonderful teacher, a wonderful person. It’s a bit annoying.” – Hugh Laurie, Actor & Musician

“Becky taught our youngest daughter and proved herself to be a wonderfully gifted tutor, whose patience and kindness endears her to her pupils, as much as her skill and enthusiasm encourages them to learn. I can wholeheartedly recommend her.” –
Jools Holland, Musician & TV Presenter

To enquire about music lessons, pick up the phone now and call Becky (for London lessons) on 07889 365 297 or Jess (for Manchester lessons) on 07840 243 478. If you’re lucky they might even tell you a joke or give you their favourite cake recipe. They can both be bribed with chocolate.

“Ah music. A magic beyond all we do here!” – Professor Albus Dumbledore

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