Keiran Auld – Drumkit
I have been playing drums for just short of a decade now and music has been my passion for many years.
I started playing piano at the age of 9, drumming at the age of 14 and guitar at the age of 15 before going on to study music at Perth College UHI for 3 years.
I have played in a few bands throughout my time in the music industries and currently drum for local band Spoke Too Soon. Playing in bands has taken me all around the country and allowed me to make many new friends along the way.
If you want to play the drumkit for fun or would like to study them in depth through the grades I will tailor these lessons to suit your learning needs.
Kenny Stone – Guitar
Kenny has had a passion for music from a young age, initially learning to play the fiddle and later self-teaching the guitar. He went on to study music performance in Aberdeen and begin to tutor on both the Acoustic and Electric guitar.
Over the last 20 years Kenny has performed in many bands covering a variety of styles, from Ceilidh bands through to Rock & Metal. Currently he is working as the lead guitarist in Dark Horse, who perform at weddings, functions & galas across the Highlands.
Kenny has an interest in a wide range and variety of music, from pop & rock through to Scottish traditional music, blues, funk and metal. He is always keen to discover new music and enjoys learning new skills and techniques.
Whether you are looking to learn the guitar for fun or to achieve grades, Kenny will teach practical and easy to follow lessons, tailored to your personal musical preference and ambition.
Flora McCulloch – Voice
Taking part in the Florian’s Theatre musical show as a child sparked my love for all things musical. As I continued through school I loved being a part of musical performances and began taking my singing more seriously. After receiving a distinction in my Grade 8 vocal exam, I decided I would like to continue my vocal studies into further education. I studied ‘Popular Music Performance (Hons)’ and developed my understanding of many different music genres. My enjoyment of performing quickly developed into a love for teaching as I was able to share my passion for music with others.
Now working as a Primary teacher in Inverness, I still perform regularly with an Edinburgh based band singing at weddings, corporate events and festivals. Singing at Belladrum festival in 2018 has to be my most exciting gig!
Andy Murray – Guitar
Andy Murray is a professional musician, with over 30 years in the industry as a touring and recording musician with bands including Wolfstone, Coast and other well-known artists. He is currently in RhythmnReel, a well know local Celtic Rock Band.
Andy has also been involved in music Workshops and has taught guitar and song writing for over 10 years. Andy’s background is manly Rock guitar, with his influences having been, Thin Lizzy, Van Halen, Joe Satriani, Paul Gilbert. Gary Moore and other various guitarists from the 70s, 80s and 90s. Also studied various styles, Blues, Celtic, Folk and Country Blues. Lessons available for Electric and Acoustic: beginner, intermediate and advanced
Scott Kemp – Drumkit
Scott Kemp is 24 and a qualified secondary school music teacher. He is also a percussionist who specialises in drum kit and has reached Grade 8 level. He has an easy, yet focused manner and works well with all age groups. He is willing and able to work with complete beginners and/or help to guide players who already have some skills. Scott is happy to work using notation or to play in a more flexible way if that is the preferred learning style. He is also aware of the National Music standards and therefore can support and enhance a national exam programme at any level.
Most importantly, Scott is keen to share his enthusiasm for drumming. He knows the importance of fun within a lesson and is keen to make the experience an enjoyable one, but is also aware of the desire to progress and improve and each lesson would be tailor made to suit the individual.
Sean Fleming – Drumkit
Sean has a BA Degree in Music Performance. He studied in Alness, Greenock and Perth & has been drumming for over a decade gaining a wealth of experience playing with different local bands such as Lional and Searching for Donkeys. Currently he is performing with an original band called Rhythm ‘n’ Reel, Swamp Radio, who are a progressive rock group, as well as being involved in other exciting projects.