A student of some of the greatest to emerge from Scotland’s scene such as Alyn Cosker, Tommy Smith and Paul Harrison to name a few at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Described by the London Jazz news as “not a beat out of place” as part of the European Jazz Big Band workshop.
Andrew has been a drummer since the age of 9, playing professionally from the age of 14. He studied at the Berklee College of Music, Boston, USA.
He plays drums for Scottish blues-rock band King King.
Laura studied violin performance at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and graduated with a BMus Honours Degree in 2021. She is an experienced violin tutor and regularly performs at concerts and events.
Pawel graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland where he achieved a Bachelor of Music degree with Honours (2017) and Master of Music Performance degree (2019). He was awarded an RCS Trust Postgraduate Scholarship to commence his Master of Music degree. He also won a Help Musicians UK Postgraduate Award.
AmyBeth started her professional career as one of the principal singers for Scottish Ballet, singing for the world premiere of ‘The Snowman’ and touring the UK with the production for 2 years.
She trained and won major scholarships for both classical and opera singing at both The Iain Tomlin school of Music and University of Aberdeen.
Aaron is a lead guitarist, guitar tutor and session musician based in Edinburgh, who has graduated with a first-class honours in his BA (Hons) Music and Sound course at the Academy of Music and Sound.
Lewis takes his influences in music from rock and blues. He works as a session musician in Scotland.
Charlotte has recently moved to the Borders from London where she worked for Sony Music. She is also a professional vocalist, her most recent work was singing background vocals for Josh Groban in Hyde Park, London.
As well as being the piano tutor at the school, Matt works as a session musician and musical director on the UK music scene.
Artists he has worked with include Rita Ora, Sheridan Smith, JP Cooper, Alesha Dixon. He is currently the musical director for country artist Megan McKenna and also plays keyboards with Ministry of Sound Classical performing with the London Concert Orchestra.