Offering In-Home Lessons
Mobile Music Academy is designed to help our students grow out of the classroom. Our Adelaide music tuition lessons may be at your home, at the teacher’s house or hire a studio [includes extra hire cost].
We are devoted to the pursuit of excellence in music tuition and teach all ages, from beginners to experienced musicians, building the talent of each student in diverse musical styles to their greatest potential.
Playing music is not only about bringing out a talent and evolving it into a skill, it is a learning process that has significant benefits for a child's brain and emotional development. Our passionate and skilled team members are here to help our students make an impact on the world.
If you have an instrument at your home, why not let us come to your home and save time on travel. MMA offers individual and group lessons.
You may wish to play for fun, study for exams, or you can tell us what you would like to learn.
Kickstart your Musical Aspirations Today
Once you have been in contact with us, we will send you an Enrolment Enquiry Form for you to fill out and return via email, which will provide us enough information to arrange for one of our tutors to contact you direct.
If you're a beginner, or your child is in the early stages of learning, it may be best to rent an instrument for a period of time at the beginning so that you can judge their development, enjoyment and progress.
Whether you wish to buy, hire to buy, or rent an instrument, we can put you in touch and contact with the professionals that we trust.
In - Home Lessons
$37 per 30 minutes
$52 per 45 minutes
$67 per 60 minutes
Group lesson fees can be given upon enquiry.
Students/Parents are invoiced to the public school term dates and holiday period for those wishing to continue throughout the school holiday break.
Please feel free to contact us to discuss possible alternative payment plans that may suit you and your family.
Our piano teacher, Alice, is fantastic to work with. Her patience and manner make piano lessons a joy in our household. Her ability to tailor lessons to the unique learning styles of all family members is greatly appreciated.
Tina and the team at Mobile Music Academy have been fabulous since our 5 year old daughter commenced home piano lessons. She previously attended a group lesson at a local music school and did not quite enjoy the experience.
A special thank you to Alice who has been wonderful with our daughter. She is extremely patient and has an acute sense of the pace at which our daughter wants to learn. Our daughter very much looks forward to Saturday afternoons and is progressing well.
I would not hesitate to recommend The Mobile Music Academy team.
My 9 year old daughter loves learning the piano with Alice, and the convenience of having her come to our house is terrific!
Daniel has been a great tutor. I would recommend him for anyone wanting to learn the trumpet or bugle.
Josh has been teaching our daughter guitar for well over a year now. We are extremely pleased with her progress and find Josh is very professional and relates well to Zienna. She really looks forward to her classes week in week out
Adam is such a great teacher and my son really enjoys playing and learning drums with him.
We are so blessed having Alice teach Sebastian piano. Our son's learning delays means his attention can often drift.
Alice is respectful, understanding and most of all patient. It was beautiful watching him confidently perform at the end of year concert.
We have been so impressed with the guitar and drum instructors. After many years of lessons at school we can see our children can actually finally read music. Wish we knew about Mobile Music Academy before.
My Foster son was never able to do any musical activities and we noticed that he just loved singing and he really wanted to learn an instrument. So at 14, he started. We have been so lucky with Byron. He understands my lads special needs and focuses on the learning in a fun and non academic style. Just perfect for what my lad wants to do. And he has actually now even started writing his own songs and singing them. So basically in 18 months he has learnt so much and had so much fun doing it. Thanks again to the amazing tutor we have…
Our MMA tutors are carefully chosen on the basis of meeting certain performance and education standards. Our tutors maintain a high standard of expertise, and are reliable and punctual. We are committed to regular attendance and informing you regarding your child's progress. MMA tutors commit one on one attention to all students so that they reach their full potential whilst making learning music an exciting experience. Not only are we focussed on reading music, but on developing rhythmic, aural and technical skills and to help children discover and develop their intrinsic musical ability.
Adam has been playing drums since 2005. Having been in many bands and played for churches, when Adam teaches he will go through the basics, tune a drum kit, play multiple genres of music and many more. Adam has had lots of experience on the kit and is delighted to teach anyone that is willing to learn drums.
Alice started playing the piano at the age of six. She was raised in New Zealand and participated in the school orchestra as well as piano concerts every year for 8 years. Then after arriving in Australia, she received her diploma from the Royal Schools of Music and started teaching in 2008. Her love for music did not stop at piano, she had also played violin and is currently learning flute and guitar.
Alice enjoys and has a passion for teaching. Currently teaching over 30 students ranging from beginners to advanced levels and from children to adults, her motto is music has no boundaries.
Violin & Voice
Anna is a recent graduate of the Elder Conservatorium, where she achieved First Class Honours in 2018 under the direction of Elizabeth Layton. She has performed in masterclasses with renowned artists such as Pinchas Zukerman and James Ehnes, has performed as a soloist and concertmaster of orchestras at the Conservatorium during her time in the degree, and has been a part of the Australian Youth Orchestra, Adelaide Art Orchestra, Adelaide Festival Orchestra, and AdYo Alumni.
She has a thriving teaching practice and loves to teach ensembles and individuals. In her spare time, Anna also enjoys singing, and is a core member of the Adelaide Chamber Singers and Aurora Vocal Ensemble.
Guitar & Drums
Byron is an instrumental music teacher specialising in personalised guitar and drum tuition.
Having over eight years experience teaching guitar, drums, piano and group music classes in local music schools across Adelaide, Byron has also been playing live music around Adelaide for over ten years in addition to recording and producing several solo and group albums.
A graduate of the Elder Conservatorium of Music, Byron was one of the first to complete a Bachelor of Sonic Arts, as well as holding a Certificate IV in Music Technology along with a Masters of Arts (Art History) completed in conjunction with the University of Adelaide and the Art Gallery of South
Byron is currently undertaking a second Masters of Arts (Curatorial and Museum Studies) also from the University of Adelaide.
Camilo is a guitar teacher from Colombia. He started playing guitar since he was 12 years old, self-taught and later taking private lessons. After finishing high school, he went to study a Bachelor in Music Composition and Arranging, in Colombia. He then went to the United Kingdom and made a Masters in Music for Film and TV and Music production from Kingston University
While in London Camilo did session work for several artists in the pop, jazz and rock genres, as well as having his own band and touring around some European countries. He has around eighteen years experience in live performances as well as recording and teaching. Along with playing with his band across Adelaide, Camilo currently works at the Northern Adelaide Senior College in Elizabeth teaching music to students of Cert II in Music Industry as well as tutoring band ensembles in improving their performance and musical skills.
Piano, French Horn & Hand Bells
Carol, the only teacher of the WunderKeys Piano for Preschoolers (Age 3-5) in Hobart and the recipient of “Teacher’s Award”, has been thriving at cultivating a population of music lovers for the last nineteen years. Besides teaching music major students of the Hong Kong International Institute of Music and being a lecturer of the Hong Kong Design Institute, Carol has performed in a number of performances in the United States and Europe as well as directed more than a hundred of music performances.
As a performer, Carol was the principal horn at the Baptist Symphony Orchestra. She regularly appears as guest artist in many other music events and organizations including the Symphonic Wind Band of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, The China Symphony Orchestra, the Symphony Orchestra of the Hong Kong Medical Association and the New Philharmonic Orchestra. Carol is also one of the founders of the Harmonious Horn Quartet, which was established in April 2000 and had its debut performance at the Hong Kong Baptist University. She was the horn player of the Brass Age Quintet, the Creative Brass Quintet, the Baptist Brass Quintet, the Baptist Woodwind Quintet and the Baptist Horn Ensemble.
Besides engaging in performances, Carol actively promotes the development of music education. In addition to performing in campus, Carol launched music workshops and students’ recitals including The Nutcracker: A Classic Fairy Tale for Two Centuries, When the Children Meets Music, Canadian Brass Workshop and Young Musicians’ Recital. Deeply influenced by her music teachers, Carol majored in performance and pedagogy for her honor degree in music and child and adolescent development for her Master of Education.
Piano & Violin
Cherry began learning piano and violin at the age of 5 and she has more than 10 years performing experience - as a soloist and chamber musician. She is currently completing a Bachelor of Music at the Elder Conservatorium of Music and is studying under a famous pianist. Cherry is passionate about educating different age groups and different playing abilities, from beginners to an advanced level. She received education in both Hong Kong and Australia, therefore can speak 3 languages fluently - English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
Trumpet & Bugle
Daniel first picked up the trumpet at the age of 5. Between then and now he has built up a wealth of performance experience and an understanding of a variety of musical styles.
As a member of the Tea Tree Gully Redbacks concert and marching band he developed ensemble skills, honed by playing in pageants, assorted concerts and touring with the band to China in 2014.
Daniel was also able to develop a sense of musicality through opportunites to perform during his schooling at Tyndale Christian School. Playing in multiple school musicals, special events and annually in community Remembrance Day services.
Daniel is continuing to pursue a passion in music, currently studying a Bachelor of Jazz Performance at the Elder Conservatorium.
Daniel began learning trumpet at the age of 6, completing his Associate in Music (AMusA) during high school. He is currently completing a PhD in music composition at the Elder Conservatorium of Music, having completed undergraduate studies in the same field in 2012. He enjoys teaching students of any age and playing ability, from beginners to an advanced level.
Eugene is an experienced guitar and music technology tutor. He has been playing guitar for 15 years and has taught for 8 years. Eugene has a Bachelor of Music majoring in Sound production at the Institute of Contemporary Art (Moscow, Russia).
He has vast overseas and local experience in live performance and studio work (both as a session musician and a sound producer). His teaching approach includes a fine blend of theory and practical techniques of guitar playng as well as modern educational methods.
Piano & Voice
Jay specialises in vocals and keyboard, but in addition to his work as an individual performer, was also a partner in Close Call Music Inc., a production company that for many years produced music for film, radio and recording sessions. Jay has produced, arranged, composed and performed musical scores, played keyboards, accordion and occasionally drums on over 375 albums. In 2000 Jay released a solo CD called 'Sunrise in Paradise'.
Jay has taught amongst a variety of schools and has been involved with numerous musical engagements.
Piano, Flute, Voice, Clarinet & Recorder
Jennifer has completed a Bachelor of Music at Adelaide University, majoring in Musicology. Her studies included pedagogy, which qualified Jennifer for Special Authority to Teach with the SA Teachers’ Registration Board. Jennifer has also undertook studies in accompanying, conducting, instrumental pedagogy, German and Chinese, and has an excellent academic transcript and a high GPA. Jennifer is registered with the Department of Education and Child Development as a Private Music Instructor, and has completed AMEB Certificate of Performance in piano, AMEB Grade 8 Flute and AMEB Grade 6 Theory. Jennifer has advanced aural and theory skills, perfect pitch and has been involved in community choirs for many years.
Commenced private music tuition in 2016, she is at present, teaching piano and flute privately, having also taught recorder, voice and basic clarinet. Jennifer has also completed an internship at the AMEB office in Adelaide and therefore has a good understanding of the AMEB examination system.
Josh is a guitar teacher from Adelaide, South Australia. He’s been playing guitar since he was 6 years old, playing both electric, acoustic, as well as the bass guitar, banjo and ukulele. He attended Secondary School at Woodcroft College under a Music Scholarship, and went on to study Music Studies and Creative Writing at the University Of Adelaide.
He has nearly ten years performing experience under his belt, playing in rock & pop bands and solo acoustic since the age of 15. Between the ages of 19 and 23 he taught guitar, bass and ukulele at Forte School of Music to students of most age groups, and currently teaches privately. Genres of interest include Indie, Rock, Jazz, Pop, Funk, Classical, Blues.
Liam has been playing live and recording with bands since the tender age of 14, and teaching drums since age 17. He has played many different genres such as pop, rock, jazz, funk, punk, latin and big band, with a focus on progressive metal, which is a highly demanding and technical genre for drums. Liam completed a Certificate IV in Jazz from the University of Adelaide in 2009 and has toured around Australia and featured on many recordings with several bands since this time. Notable achievements include:
Member of the Rostrevor College Big Band that took out 2nd place in the National School Band Competition Generations in Jazz in 2008, as well as being selected by acclaimed brass player James Morrison as a Future Finalist for the James Morrison Scholarship in the same year.
Support slots as a member of Dyssidia, Voros & Double Dragon with Opeth (SWE), Trivium (US), Soilwork (SWE), At The Gates (SWE), Between the Buried and Me (US), Katakylsm (CAN), Tesseract (UK) and more.
Radio airplay on Triple J & Triple M, as well as having a music video featured on [V] Loud & Blank TV.
Tour of China & Taiwan with Voros in July 2016.
Olga is a piano teacher and music theory specialist. She was raised in Russia and received her Bachelor degree in Musicology in Gnessins Academy of Music - one of the most prominent tertiary music education providers in Russia.
Now she is a PhD qualified musical professional with many years of experience working in music education.
Olga is a meticulous and engaging teacher, who encourages her students in a positive and supportive manner bringing out the best in her students and achieving excellent results.
Paula knew singing was her vocation early in life, with her own mum as her primary role model. Making her stage debut at 16 in the lead role of Calamity Jane, Paula went on to study voice formally at USQ in Toowoomba. Paula began teaching whilst still studying and has taught off and on for the past 35 years.
For most of this time, Paula performed in musicals, operettas, plays, choirs and small ensembles. But in 2013, Paula plunged into a fulltime career as a singer songwriter and began recording and performing around SA and interstate. Although classically trained, she now writes in a Folk/Americana genre.
Taking up teaching again 3 years ago, after a 15 year hiatus, Paula felt it was a natural partner to performing and hasn't looked back. Guiding people through the pitfalls of voice production is an art she enjoys. Current students ranging in age from 10 to 70! Paula worked in the disability industry for 16 years and has an inclusive policy, welcoming students with all abilities, limited or otherwise.
Guitar & Piano
Ruth has 40 years teaching experience in electronic organ, piano and plucked strings. She received training through the Yamaha Music foundation and later did classical piano studies. She also plays and writes pop music. In her younger years she played guitar and keyboards with local bands in her home state of WA. After moving to SA, she gained a degree in media arts majoring in music and performing arts.
Simón Pazos Quintana is a classical pianist, teacher and accompanist. He obtained his Bachelor of Music with First Class Honours at the Elder Conservatorium of Music under the tutelage of Professor Stefan Ammer and is the recipient of various prizes and scholarships, including the Diana Harris Prize as well as the Paul Howard Martin Scholarship.
In May last year, he performed Beethoven’s Emperor Concerto with the Elder Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra under the baton of maestro James Lowe. He was also awarded the 2018 Peter Schodde Memorial Piano Scholarship which allowed him to travel throughout Germany and Austria playing for highly respected professors and performers.
Furthermore, he is the founding member of the “Lucien Trio”, a piano trio formed in 2016, and was the orchestral pianist for the Adelaide Wind Orchestra for the years 2017-18. Most recently, he was a finalist of the 2019 Geoffrey Parsons Award for accompanying.
Saxophone & Voice
Suriya completed her schooling at Walford Anglican School for Girls, which throughout her time there she began singing from a young age starting choir at the age of 6. She began vocal lessons at the age of 10 and has continued ever since. At the age of 8 she began flute lessons and continued them up to the age of 18, and began saxophone lessons at the age of 9. During this time she played in every kind of ensemble available including a handbell choir, flute ensemble even taking it in her final year and many more! Suriya was a member of award winning first concert choir of Young Adelaide Voice, going on tour with them to America in 2011. During this tour they won a silver medal at the world choir olympics and had a clean sweep of the Golden Gate International Choral Festival. Suriya undertook a Bachelor of Music (Music Education) starting in 2014. During her tertiary studies she became a choral scholarship holder at Pilgrim Church, and since her first year she has been building up her student base. Suriya is now looking towards the future and hopes to begin her Masters of Teaching.
Violin & Viola
Suyeon completed her Honours Degree with First Class in 2016 at the University of Adelaide. Suyeon has studied with many reputable violinists and violists both in Australia and in Korea, swell as a recipient of many awards and prizes.
Suyeon has performed as a soloist and chamber musician with the Elder Conseratorium Chamber Orchestra, Marryatville High School's Chamber Orchestra, Elder Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra, Elder Conservatorium Chamber Orchestra and Adelaide Youth Orchestra. She is a keen chamber musician and is currently a member of the Maple String Quartet, which has attended and performed many master classes and various chamber workshop programs.
Suyeon has also completed an orchestral traineeship program with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and has been teaching privately since 2012. Many of her previous students have achieved high results in their performances and examinations. Suyeon is highly sought after for her kind, yet clearly focussed lessons, and also currently teaches both instrument in schools across Adelaide.
Vinnie Miranda was born to pick up a guitar and make sweet, sweet music with it. He picked up a bass guitar at the tender age of eleven and then after switching to the electric guitar at thirteen, Vinnie was forever held in the thrall of music. His dad helped nurture that love of music, encouraging him to play in church and teaching him a deep love for the guitar.
He then studied jazz guitar at the Elder Conservatorium of Music in Adelaide. He has paid his dues as a session musician, performing locally and interstate in Australia to the not so distant shores of Indonesia and the Philippines. Vinnie has conducted masterclasses and has taught the guitar in many different schools. He has played in front of 10,000 people at Henley Beach Square. He has also made a tour of bars around Adelaide.
Today, he writes his own music and plays in corporate and church gigs. Has since recorded in studios and released two EPs. He has now grown into one of the best young musicians in Adelaide, South Australia.
His music is eclectic - a headymix of jazz, blues and old school funk. His influences include John Mayer, Derek Trucks, BB King, Stevie Ray Vaughn, James Muller, Buddy Guy, Eric Clapton and George Benson, among many others.
He plays with a quiet passion that could be felt in his music - beautiful rhythms that ebb and flow. Listen to him, and feel that sudden rush, that elation, that moment of pure enjoyment, whenever good music touches your ears.
A Vibrant Learning Environment
MMA are constantly on the lookout for new teachers to add to our growing and diverse academy.
In the form below, please email through your current resume including the instruments you can teach and the qualification of standard on instruments.
If there’s anything you’d like to know further about our programs, please get in touch below with our online enquiry section.
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