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Nicola Pennill
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"Ah, music," he said, wiping his eyes. "A magic beyond all we do here!”  Dumbledore, in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, J.K.Rowling

“Music is powerful; it transforms emotions and experiences into something tangible. Every time you hear a familiar song, the feelings from it bubble to the surface, bringing back memories you might have otherwise forgotten.”  Michelle Madow    

Are you ready to start your musical journey? Interested in learning the saxophone?  Or do you already play and want to refresh your skills?  Nicola can help you get started or move on to the next level.  She is also an experienced coach and can help you evaluate your performance, whatever your instrument or musical interest.

Get in touch to discuss your requirements or book a trial lesson.

about nicola

Nicola is an experienced and qualified music teacher based in Nottinghamshire, teaching saxophone, oboe and also general music theory.  With a belief that musical skills can be learned and enjoyed throughout life, her pupils are of all ages, and she teaches from beginner to diploma level.  Nicola's professional interests include the psychology and science of music, and she has a Masters in Performance Science from the Royal College of Music.  As a performer, Nicola enjoys ensemble playing, including the Equinox Saxophone Ensemble, and has recorded a solo album of chamber works for saxophone.

Reviews for 'Dream with Me' by Nicola Pennill:

"...Impressive launch for her CD label...the dream concept provides a coherence for a wide variety of material...whichever saxophone Nicola is playing she does so with fine control and unobtrusive vibrato...a great deal for saxophonists and others to reflect on and enjoy in this accessible and imaginative album."Clarinet and Saxophone Magazine, Winter 2009

"Fabulous! ...such a beautiful selection of pieces, and the playing is even more beautiful." Amy Dickson, saxophonist and international recording artist