Jenny MACMILLAN - Teacher Profile

About Me

Jenny has taught piano privately for over 30 years.  She has a thriving teaching practice of about 20 pupils aged between about three and 14, most pupils then moving to the junior departments of the London music colleges.

Jenny teaches according to the Suzuki approach, and is a European Suzuki Association qualified teacher trainer.  She runs her own Suzuki teacher training course in Cambridge, and has contributed to training courses and workshops in Norway, Italy, Spain, Ireland, Belgium and the Netherlands as well as the UK.

Since completing a masters degree in Psychology for Musicians at Sheffield University, Jenny has written extensively about music education.  Her acclaimed book, Successful Practising: A handbook for pupils, parents and music teachers, has been reprinted.  For ten years she was regional organiser of EPTA Cambs.

Her website, www.jennymacmillan.co.uk, contains many articles on practising, on the Suzuki approach, and on other aspects of music education.

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Jenny demonstrating teaching points for Bach Minuet 3 in G
About Me

Jenny has taught piano privately for over 30 years.  She has a thriving teaching practice of about 20 pupils aged between about three and 14, most pupils then moving to the junior departments of the London music colleges.

Jenny teaches according to the Suzuki approach, and is a European Suzuki Association qualified teacher trainer.  She runs her own Suzuki teacher training course in Cambridge, and has contributed to training courses and workshops in Norway, Italy, Spain, Ireland, Belgium and the Netherlands as well as the UK.

Since completing a masters degree in Psychology for Musicians at Sheffield University, Jenny has written extensively about music education.  Her acclaimed book, Successful Practising: A handbook for pupils, parents and music teachers, has been reprinted.  For ten years she was regional organiser of EPTA Cambs.

Her website, www.jennymacmillan.co.uk, contains many articles on practising, on the Suzuki approach, and on other aspects of music education.

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Jenny demonstrating teaching points for Beethoven Sonatina in G 1st mov
About Me

Jenny has taught piano privately for over 30 years.  She has a thriving teaching practice of about 20 pupils aged between about three and 14, most pupils then moving to the junior departments of the London music colleges.

Jenny teaches according to the Suzuki approach, and is a European Suzuki Association qualified teacher trainer.  She runs her own Suzuki teacher training course in Cambridge, and has contributed to training courses and workshops in Norway, Italy, Spain, Ireland, Belgium and the Netherlands as well as the UK.

Since completing a masters degree in Psychology for Musicians at Sheffield University, Jenny has written extensively about music education.  Her acclaimed book, Successful Practising: A handbook for pupils, parents and music teachers, has been reprinted.  For ten years she was regional organiser of EPTA Cambs.

Her website, www.jennymacmillan.co.uk, contains many articles on practising, on the Suzuki approach, and on other aspects of music education.

Video
Jenny demonstrating teaching points for Schumann Happy Farmer
About Me

Jenny has taught piano privately for over 30 years.  She has a thriving teaching practice of about 20 pupils aged between about three and 14, most pupils then moving to the junior departments of the London music colleges.

Jenny teaches according to the Suzuki approach, and is a European Suzuki Association qualified teacher trainer.  She runs her own Suzuki teacher training course in Cambridge, and has contributed to training courses and workshops in Norway, Italy, Spain, Ireland, Belgium and the Netherlands as well as the UK.

Since completing a masters degree in Psychology for Musicians at Sheffield University, Jenny has written extensively about music education.  Her acclaimed book, Successful Practising: A handbook for pupils, parents and music teachers, has been reprinted.  For ten years she was regional organiser of EPTA Cambs.

Her website, www.jennymacmillan.co.uk, contains many articles on practising, on the Suzuki approach, and on other aspects of music education.

Video
Jenny demonstrating teaching points for Schumann Melody
About Me

Jenny has taught piano privately for over 30 years.  She has a thriving teaching practice of about 20 pupils aged between about three and 14, most pupils then moving to the junior departments of the London music colleges.

Jenny teaches according to the Suzuki approach, and is a European Suzuki Association qualified teacher trainer.  She runs her own Suzuki teacher training course in Cambridge, and has contributed to training courses and workshops in Norway, Italy, Spain, Ireland, Belgium and the Netherlands as well as the UK.

Since completing a masters degree in Psychology for Musicians at Sheffield University, Jenny has written extensively about music education.  Her acclaimed book, Successful Practising: A handbook for pupils, parents and music teachers, has been reprinted.  For ten years she was regional organiser of EPTA Cambs.

Her website, www.jennymacmillan.co.uk, contains many articles on practising, on the Suzuki approach, and on other aspects of music education.

Video
Jenny demonstrating teaching points for Schumann Wild Rider
About Me

Jenny has taught piano privately for over 30 years.  She has a thriving teaching practice of about 20 pupils aged between about three and 14, most pupils then moving to the junior departments of the London music colleges.

Jenny teaches according to the Suzuki approach, and is a European Suzuki Association qualified teacher trainer.  She runs her own Suzuki teacher training course in Cambridge, and has contributed to training courses and workshops in Norway, Italy, Spain, Ireland, Belgium and the Netherlands as well as the UK.

Since completing a masters degree in Psychology for Musicians at Sheffield University, Jenny has written extensively about music education.  Her acclaimed book, Successful Practising: A handbook for pupils, parents and music teachers, has been reprinted.  For ten years she was regional organiser of EPTA Cambs.

Her website, www.jennymacmillan.co.uk, contains many articles on practising, on the Suzuki approach, and on other aspects of music education.

Video
Jenny demonstrating teaching points for Burgmuller Arabesque
About Me

Jenny has taught piano privately for over 30 years.  She has a thriving teaching practice of about 20 pupils aged between about three and 14, most pupils then moving to the junior departments of the London music colleges.

Jenny teaches according to the Suzuki approach, and is a European Suzuki Association qualified teacher trainer.  She runs her own Suzuki teacher training course in Cambridge, and has contributed to training courses and workshops in Norway, Italy, Spain, Ireland, Belgium and the Netherlands as well as the UK.

Since completing a masters degree in Psychology for Musicians at Sheffield University, Jenny has written extensively about music education.  Her acclaimed book, Successful Practising: A handbook for pupils, parents and music teachers, has been reprinted.  For ten years she was regional organiser of EPTA Cambs.

Her website, www.jennymacmillan.co.uk, contains many articles on practising, on the Suzuki approach, and on other aspects of music education.

Video
Jenny demonstrating teaching points for Bartok Children at Play
About Me

Jenny has taught piano privately for over 30 years.  She has a thriving teaching practice of about 20 pupils aged between about three and 14, most pupils then moving to the junior departments of the London music colleges.

Jenny teaches according to the Suzuki approach, and is a European Suzuki Association qualified teacher trainer.  She runs her own Suzuki teacher training course in Cambridge, and has contributed to training courses and workshops in Norway, Italy, Spain, Ireland, Belgium and the Netherlands as well as the UK.

Since completing a masters degree in Psychology for Musicians at Sheffield University, Jenny has written extensively about music education.  Her acclaimed book, Successful Practising: A handbook for pupils, parents and music teachers, has been reprinted.  For ten years she was regional organiser of EPTA Cambs.

Her website, www.jennymacmillan.co.uk, contains many articles on practising, on the Suzuki approach, and on other aspects of music education.

Video
Jenny demonstrating teaching points for Bartok Teasing Song