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Tutor profile: David P.

David P.
Oxford-based composer/pianist. University of Oxford graduate.
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About David

About David
David Palmer is an Oxford-based composer and pianist. Soon to finish his undergraduate degree in music at Worcester College, Oxford, David is a former president of the Oxford University Music Society, and manager of OUMS Chamber Music. At Oxford, David was awarded performance and academic scholarships, as well as a scholarship to perform with Ensemble ISIS – the University's new music ensemble. David currently studies piano with Ronan O'Hora, Head of Keyboard Studies and Advanced Performance Studies at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama,

Teaching Experience

Teaching Experience
Private piano tuition (main job) Private A-level tuition (also IB, Pre-U, etc.) Private GCSE tuition Private composition tuition Private EPQ tuition
University of Oxford
Bachelor's Degree
2016 - 2019

Work Experience

Work Experience
Self-employed, Piano teacher
2017 - Present
Oxford Youth Choirs, Accompanist, and co-director of Boys' Choirs
2017 - Present

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