Currently working for an award winning Music Service which is part of the largest local authority in the UK and provides music tuition for over 23,000 over 450 schools.
As a musician Craig Holmes has performed with the Jersey Symphony Orchestra and rehearsed regularly with Le Rocquier Big band and La Ronde concert band performing all over Jersey and France. Now back within the West Midlands performing with local chamber groups, playing for shows such as West Side Story and Les Miserables, rehearsing with local big band and playing second alto with the Badgers Big Band www.badgersbigband.co.uk and Crash Collective Big Band www.thecrashcollective.wordpress.com and also baritone saxophone with The Rhythm Jukebox Orchestra www.thejukeboxrhythmorchestra.simplesite.com.
“…There was charm and freshness in final year Craig Holmes (flute) interpretation of Gabriel Faure's Morceau de Concours. He brought this often underrated but beautiful instrument to life…” Graham Hewitt – Fundington Music Prize, Chichester
Teaching Flute, Saxophone and Clarinet
Catering for every age, ability and style
It is my aim to create a stimulating and productive learning environment in which the delivery of a well-organised lesson can guarantee pupils are being challenged by the lesson. I have high expectations for both pupils and myself in what I want us to achieve. I believe in positive reinforcement and leading by example, encouraging pupils to achieve their best.
During lessons you will learn good posture, technique and develop a good tone. You can learn how to read music and how to practice to achieve your potential.
30 minutes = £15 and 1hour = £30
Birmingham Schools' Flute Sinfonia, conducted by Craig Holmes. Performing on 8th July 2013 at the Adrian Boult Hall, Birmingham. Please visit http://servicesforeducation.co.uk/index.php/Music-Services/central-ensembles-new.html#recorder-flute-ensembles
My students from John Willmott School performing 'Yakety Sax' at a concert at St Michaels Church, Boldere.
“ …his pupil reports reflect a comprehensive understanding of individual pupils’ needs, containing much constructive and positive advice…” Neil Courtney (head of service) Jersey Instrumental Service