Our mission

To provide a quality music service

Performance opportunities - Teach Tutti music service

Performance opportunities across London

Teacher training - Teach Tutti music service

Ongoing teacher training

Meet the founder

Liam Hindson

Liam has taught music privately since 2006 and loves to engage young minds in music. Liam is furthermore committed to providing safe lessons of the highest quality. As a result, our music service vigorously vets all new teachers to ensure student safety and lesson quality. Most of all, Liam believes that enjoyable lessons are crucial to musical progress. Fun is therefore an important part of Teach Tutti’s approach to tuition and shapes what we will do in the future.

Our story

Liam Hindson - Headshot

I first had the idea to create a music service because several of my students mentioned how difficult they found it choosing a music teacher. Their main concerns were teaching quality and also safety. Furthermore, I knew lots of brilliant musicians who loved to teach, yet unfortunately struggled to find students.

As a result, it seemed clear to me that there was a need for a high quality music service, which would help students find great teachers. Rather than let top teachers slip through the reach of students, I consequently created Teach Tutti in 2013. That’s why the word “tutti” from our name is a musical term that means “everyone play”.

Every teacher at Teach Tutti has to have a minimum of grade 8 on their instrument so that we always give quality lessons. The majority of teachers also hold conservatoire diplomas or university degrees in music. Our teachers are experienced and are vouched for by student testimonials. Most importantly, every teacher has a DBS check and are therefore safe to teach. Liam Hindson