Kentish Suzuki teachers work independently of each other and come together as one big group for concerts and other events. If you are interested in studying with a particular teacher, it is advised to contact that teacher directly.



ESA Level 5 Suzuki Violin

Helen studied at Trinity College of Music with Gillian Findlay for the violin and Richard Crabtree for Viola. Helen also holds a PGCE in Music Education from UCL’s Institute of Education, has LTCL and DipABRSM performance diplomas and is an ESA level 4 Suzuki teacher with the British Suzuki Institute. Helen has performed in piano trio recitals with Eleanor Tagart in numerous venues including Southwark Cathedral, Bristol Cathedral and Chelmsford Cathedral. Helen freelances as a violinist around South East England with ensembles such as the Chameleon Arts Orchestra and DeHavilland Philharmonic.

Email: helen. kentish suzuki(at) gmail (dot)com



Eleanor Tagart BMus DipABRSM

ESA Level 2 Suzuki Piano

Eleanor Tagart has been teaching piano for nearly twenty years in New Zealand and the UK.  She has studied teaching and performance both full time and on intensive short courses in New Zealand, the USA and the UK and is an ESA trained teacher (level 2).  After studying at universities in both Aukland and Wellington, New Zealand, Eleanor graduated with a BMus (performance) in 2002. Since then she has been active as a soloist, accompanist, repetiteur, and teacher. Eleanor has taught at the first-class Suzuki summer camp in Wellington, accompanied for pro-corda cello workshops in the UK, taught for the Junior Guildhall string training programme and currently works in close association with BYMT, a premier music education trust in Bromley. Eleanor is co-founder of Crescendo! Music School, a programme for introducing young children to music and preparing them for instrumental lessons.

Eleanor currently plays with the Darwin Piano Trio, formed in 2012.  The trio performs around the UK

Email: silver klavier (at) gmail (dot) com



Sarah McKenzie-Jones

ESA Level 2 Suzuki Violin

Sarah studied violin in New Zealand as a child with Lois Bognuda, an early adopter of the Suzuki Method. Although she studied Piano, Violin and music theory through all the standard grades and beyond as a child she was instead lured into the world of science. After achieving a Masters degree in Biochemistry in New Zealand, she travelled to the UK where she launched a career in computer programming. After a decade of working in the city, she was swept up by the world of baby signing upon having her own children, and brought Sing and Sign to Greater Bromley. Once her two children began their own adventures in the Suzuki Method, Sarah decided to train as a Suzuki violin teacher.

Email: hip chick mck (at) hotmail (dot) com

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