At the age of 5, she had started her musical career by partaking in the children’s choir in the school of Antalya State School of Opera and Ballet. In the same year she had secured a place, for piano, in the conservatoire of Antalya, named Antalya State Conservatoire. During this period, she had been involved in both musicals and stage performances alike. Some of the musicals in which she took part in were titles such as; Carmen the musical, Nutcracker the musical, and an opera performance of Carmina Burana.
She had further developed her education by continuing with her secondary school studies in Anadolu Guzel Sanatlar Lisesi (Anatolian Fine Arts High School). During this period she had, whilst continuing developing the knowledge for the piano, also started lessons for the violin. In the 4 years of which she stayed in High School, she also took part in orchestral performances and piano concerts. Upon completion of her secondary school, she started a degree course in Ankara Gazi University, studying music, in the teaching faculty. The main instrument during this period was the piano, while undertaking further lessons, and developing a deep interest in the flute. During the 18 years of her musical career, she has taken part in multiple workshops, festivals and seminars.
In the year of 2014, she was a private tutor in Antalya for various musical instruments, including piano, violin and flute. After a year of giving private lessons, she had moved to stay in England, so that she could further pursue her musical career in London.
Irem has been studying music all her life. She began playing piano at the age of six and in 1993 she was accepted for a scholarship to attend Bilkent University Conservatory Department of Music, specialising in Violin.
In 2003 she completed her study at Bilkent University Conservatory Department of Music with a Distinction and from here she progressed to continue her study in violin at Anatolia University State Conservatory, Department of Music.
In 2009 she also went on to study a Bachelor of Theatre degree at Near East University in Cyprus from which she also graduated with Distinction.
During her time at Bilkent University Conservatory and Anatolia University State Conservatory she played a multitude of concerts with Bilkent University Prep-school Orchestra, Anatolia University Youth Symphony Orchestra and Anatolia Symphony Orchestra including concerts in Koln, Germany and a tour of concert halls across Turkey. She has also performed in numerous theatre plays in Turkey, Cyprus and the UK.
She moved to London in 2013 and started her own private tuition business. During this time she worked as a freelance performer and tutor, teaching private violin and piano lessons as well as classes and workshops across London, in music and drama. She has also performed with Collaborative Orchestra (London) and is currently performing with contemporary alternative-rock group, Springh.
Inna Tsaran started to play the piano at the age of 6. From 2006 until 2010 she studied at the Institute of Arts, with Anatoliy Silukov, where she received her Bachelor’s degree. And her Master’s degree, in both Piano Performance and Pedagogy from 2011 Inna continued to get in the Academy of music, theatre and fine arts (AMTAP) with renowned artist of Moldova Aliona Vardanian and other honours. Upon graduation she qualified as a soloist, concertmaster, and piano teacher.
Throughout her studies, she performed and competed in a variety of music festivals (“Games of Veszprem”, Hungary,
International music competition in St. Petersburg, Russia;
International piano competition V. Viardo, Ukraine), and participated in a number of local youth concerts, participated in Masterclasses with different international artists from Russia, Ukraine, Israel.
She has worked as the piano teacher and accompanist at the Institute of arts and at the School of arts S.Rachmaninov (Tiraspol, Moldova). In Transnistria (Moldova) Inna is known for her teaching career. She has had talented students who have been major prize winners in deferent competitions.
In 2015 Inna had moved to London and continued her career as private piano teacher and piano and theory at the London school of arts.
Vezhdi’s talent for music was discoved by his sister’s music teacher . Vezhdi started to practice music at age 5, joined piano and keyboard lessons for the next five years. He was living in Tekirdağ / Çorlu until 2002 and then he joined Music Talent Exam and he was accepted to Eskisehir Music High School . He learned to play ‘Viola’ ‘Piano’ and also learned about ‘music theory’ ‘music history’ ‘turkish music history’ during these 4 years of high school period . After Music High School Vezhdi continued with his music life in Canakkale Onsekizmart University Department of Music to become music Teacher, (2006 – 2010). During his study in Canakkale Onsekizmart University he attended many Viola, Piano, Choir concerts in Turkey and also in Greece, Serbia – Montenegro, Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary and Germany. After 4 succesful years in Canakkale Onsekizmart University Vezhdi graduated and became a Music Teacher. In 2011 Vezhdi moved to London to learn English, to get new work experience and also to do Master in Musical Harmony.
Elif YILMAZ graduated from State Conservatory of Uludag University as a violinist. Than she got pedagogical experience certificate from Faculty Music Education Department of Uludag University as a violin and piano teacher.
She also had opportunety to participate some of the music authority’s masterclases. Some of them were Maxim Vengerov, Valery Oistrakh, Itzhak Rashkovsky, Mihael Aranovich, Shlomo Mintz, Alexander Markov, Peter Fisher, Nathaniel Vallois, , Cihat Askin, Suna Kan, Özcan Ulucan.
She gave a concert as a soloist accompany with Academic Chamber Orchestra of Afyon University at the III. International Marsyas Culture-Art and Music Festival with Academic Chamber Orchestra of Nilufer in Bursa, Bolu and with Orchestra of Uludag University. Also she did some recital some part of Turkey.
She had played in many orchestras. One of them was “Turkey National Youth Symphony Orchestra” conducted by Cem Mansur. They gave some concerts in Berlin, Rome, Vienna, Kassel, Dortmund, Linz, Bonn, Essen, Istanbul, Bursa, Izmir, Ankara, Bodrum, Antalya. They also won the firs prize with Ahmet Altinel's composition at the Young Euoru Classic festival in Berlin. One of them was Regional State Symphony Orchestra of Bursa.
In these concerts she took a part as a concertmaister also first and second violinist.
ne of them was Regional State Symphony Orchestra of Bursa.
In these concerts she took a part as a concertmaister also first and second violinist
Jun Tyler is a British pianist/composer born in Tokyo, Japan. He began his piano studies at the age of 3 at the Yamaha music school and later with Kumi Tokunaga where he developed a sturdy technique and discovered his love for music. He came first place in the Baroque Keyboard programme at the Grantham Competition. Jun holds a Bachelor of Music from the University of Huddersfield where he majored in Piano Performance taught by Sally Ann MacLeod and minored in Composition. At the SPNM, he advanced his composition skills and expanded a diverse musical pallet. As a piano major and multi-instrumentalist, Jun enjoys a thriving music career.
He played numerous solo/ensemble-performances in the UK and abroad such as Japan, Hong Kong, Spain, Italy and France. He regularly perform as accompanist and participate in worship services. Jun see’s teaching as an extension of his passion for music. He previously taught piano and music theory/history at the Oscars School of Performing Arts and Nobel Leadership Academy where he produced great results. He is a very approachable teacher and loved by both young and adult students. He teaches in both English and Japanese.