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We were able to catch up with professional pianist, composer and educator Alex Chisholm Loxley to share his thoughts and processes around 'Performance'. 

Your Space Music Lessons celebrates performance regularly in our Performance Week playlist where we ask pupils to contribute with a video recorded piece of music.   Together this culminates in a varied collaboration of music of different styles and levels to show Your Space Music Lessons in it's full glory - a community of remote music learners all striving and growing.

Alex has experienced concert performances at a very high level it is very interesting how nerves are seen to play a part in the performance and this is not something that can necessarily be prepared for, other than through many experiences.  Alex has worked with Your Space Music Lessons to provide advanced piano tuition online for many years and has helped to guide some incredible piano pupils along the way.  Thanks for this insight Alex!



We caught up with the wonderful online piano teacher Kacie Rickells in our new Q &A video in our 'Teachers Who Inspire' series to get a bit of insight into her musical life and ask for some expert tips for in between lessons.  Some great advice here!  

If you would like to try an online piano lessons with a free 20 minute taster lesson please leave your details here and we'll get back to you to arrange

‘Your Space Music Lessons’ have launched a brand new composing challenge on the theme of ‘SEASONS’.

The new competition will see their pupils writing music inspired by any one or all four seasons, exploring the opportunities and variations the theme will unravel in music. Your Space Music Lessons have a number of budding composers who have been taking part in regular challenges, who have received valuable feedback from a panel of musicians to help develop their musical ideas.

The theme of SEASONS opens up opportunities to explore different tones and contrasts in music. Entrants could reflect the idea in melody, chords, rhythmic or harmonic styles; or consider variations on a theme to represent ‘SEASONS’.

Pupils have until 31st March 2023 to produce their music in video recorded format (preferably mp4), supported by their Your Space Music teacher, and the pieces will again be judged by a selected panel.

Find out more here

The Music Tuition Bursary Fund is now open for applications at Your Space Music Lessons to provide help towards the cost of music lessons with our inspiring online music teaching team.

We are delighted to provide some bursary funding for music tuition at Your Space Music Lessons.  Your Space Music Lessons is a dedicated online music school which has attracted incredible teaching talent from all over the UK.  You will find teachers who are wonderful inspiring educators either music graduates or masters of music and often professional musicians in bands, orchestras and choirs.  Our teachers have been handpicked for their energetic and friendly style so that their passion for music can burst through the screen and make impactful sessions for pupils.  Our team are experts in preparing pupils for music examinations with ABRSM, London Trinity College of Music, MTB, RSL and Victoria.

There are 2 bursaries available:

-YOUTH MUSIC ACCESS BURSARY 50% bursary for young person under 16 to receive 37 x 30 minute lessons within 12 months (worth at least £342)

-ADULT MUSIC ACCESS BURSARY 50% bursary for adult 18+ to receive 37 x 30 min lessons within 12 months. (worth at least £342)

For details on eligibility and how to apply visit




Get £100 to spend at Plus 3 x 30 minute online music lessons with our fabulous team at Your Space Music Lessons!

We want to celebrate Performance Week at our online music school which brings our community together with this exciting #Giveaway.

To participate on Instagram:
1. Like the performance Week giveaway post.
2. Follow our page
3. Comment to tell us your favourite music performer.
4. Tag a friend so they can get involved too.

To participate on Facebook
1. Like the Performance Week giveaway post.
2. Follow our page
3. Comment to tell us your favourite music performer.
4. Tag a friend so they can get involved too.

We will announce the winner here on 30 November 2022. Stay tuned...

We are so delighted to share that Tom Smith is joining the fantastic brass department at Your Space Music Lessons.

As the Principal Cornet player with the Brighouse and Rastrick Band (British Open Champions), Tom is a top level brass player full of energy and expertise to help other musicians to reach their full potential. So proud to be bringing the very BEST Music Educators and experienced Musicians to you wherever you are.

Tom Smith Cornet


Most of the time we never see our teachers and pupils face to face, because we are able to connect the very best music teachers with students looking for inspiring teachers remotely in their own homes.  So when the opportunity to meet in person does happen, it is wonderful to see that the relationship built up over many lessons is as respectful and warm in reality.

Recently singing teacher Peter Edge was on tour with the Monteverdi Choir and Orchestra in Amsterdam performing works by Brahms, and it is here he had the chance to meet with his Netherlands student Tristan.  Tristan waas able to recollect the day and what it meant to him here:

'One of the best things about learning music online is that you can have teachers from other countries! For example, I live in the Netherlands and have singing lessons with Peter Edge from London! But, last week Peter came with the Monteverdi Choir to Amsterdam to sing a Brahms concert. This was an absolutely fabulous day and so inspiring to see and hear my teacher perform music composed by Brahms. But not only the music, I got a glimpse of how the life of a professional musician is like and what they do! We made a really memorable day out of this and had a small drink before the event and also took a photo with Peter in his concert clothes after the event. I will never forget this day.'

We chatted with our fabulous online piano and violin teacher Laura Boston-Barber about her up and coming new music.  Check it out!

In our 'Teachers Who Inspire' series we caught up with online violin and viola teacher Jack Gillett about his latest performances and lifestyle: