Our Peripatetic Music Teachers

A foundational part of the musical culture at Trinity are our Peripatetic Music Teachers. Trinity offers a wide variety of instrument lessons during the school day, taught by a world class roster of musicians.

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Samuel Warner

Cello, Theory and Piano Tutor. School Accompanist

Hailing from the New Forest, Samuel is now based in the South West, and has built a thriving portfolio career of performing, teaching, conducting, examining, arranging, recording and accompanying. 

Samuel is primarily a cellist, and has appeared as a concerto soloist (most recently Dvořák’s Cello Concerto). He often travels across the country to perform as a soloist for weddings, functions and events, and is a member of the long established Bristol String Quartet. 
As a pianist, Samuel enjoys working with choirs and soloists with a particular focus on Musical Theatre as his area of specialism. Samuel can often be found in the pit for local theatre groups both as a performer and Musical Director.

Samuel has helped students to secure places on university and conservatoire courses, receive music scholarships and successfully audition to gain National Youth ensemble seats.
Email:
samuelwarnermusic@gmail.com
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Lucy Beveridge

Flute Teacher

Lucy is a chamber and orchestral flautist and flute teacher based in the Bristol area with over ten years instrumental teaching experience. 
 
After graduating from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama Lucy went on to record solo flute music for radio, television and London stage productions. Lucy enjoys ensemble and orchestral work in the South West of England. 
Lucy's interest in pedagogy began in 2009 when she was awarded a place on the Teacher’s International Development Scheme, which enabled her to go to America to study teaching methods. In 2016 Lucy graduated with a first class Masters in Instrumental Teaching from the University of Reading. Lucy is a dedicated instrumental teacher giving inspiring individual and small group flute lessons, whole class primary school music lessons and running numerous flute choirs.
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Daphna Sadeh Neu

Double Bass & Bass guitar Teacher

Daphna moved to Bristol few years ago from Cambridge where she was teaching and performing manly in London. She studied and graduated with a degree from the Manhattan School of Music in New York, USA in classical double bass performance. Currently she performs both as classical and Jazz double bass player.

Daphna's Website

 Daphna  has been leading her own projects, performing at the Southbank London, Oxford University, Liverpool University, Cambridge University and toured in Europe, USA, Asia and South Africa. Her music and double bass playing was featured on BBC radio 3, Songlines magazine and the Strad magazine.

Daphna released 5 albums of her music on 33Jazz UK record label and Tzadik label New York. She has received 4 grants to produce music projects and collaborations with national and international artists. 

Her teaching experience includes double bass instruction at the University of Bristol, workshops at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, SOAS University London, King’s College School and St John’s College School Cambridge.