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Music Matters provides opportunities for amateur musicians of all ages and abilities to perform music and to learn more about it. Led by accomplished Musical Director Gareth Green, Music Matters offers:

Private Tuition

Lessons are available in a wide variety of areas including piano, organ, theory, sight reading (any instrument), sight singing, GCSE Music, A level Music, composition, arranging, orchestration, choral conducting, diploma & degree work. Online tuition and guidance available via Skype.

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Video Tutorials

Download courses and learning resources covering many different subjects of musical study. Video tutorials in music theory, aural skills, composition, sight reading, sight singing and practical piano, all professionally presented to you by ABRSM Examiner Gareth Green.

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Choral Events

We run a number of choral events and courses over the course of a year, singing many different much loved works, as well as providing lots of tips on vocal & choral technique. Open to all, regardless of age, ability, or experience. Come and join us.

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Musical Directors


Meet the Team

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Musical Directors


Meet the Team

Gareth Green

Gareth Green

Gareth Green achieved his first musical diplomas at the age of fifteen. Three years later he collected the Dixon and Turpin prizes for FRCO and was already engaged as a recitalist around Europe. Gareth held Organ Scholarships at St. Paul’s Cathedral, London; Worcester College, Oxford University; Canterbury Cathedral. In 1983 he became Assistant Organist at Wakefield Cathedral. In 1985, he was appointed Director of Music at Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Wakefield, leaving in 1990 to pursue his free-lance interests as an organ recitalist, choral conductor, accompanist, adjudicator, composer/arranger and Associated Board examiner. Gareth is also now an Associated Board moderator, trainer and an international co-ordinator. He has worked for BBC Religious Broadcasting as a musical director for `Daily Service` and as an organist & pianist on `Songs of Praise`, `Sunday Half Hour`, BBC Chorister of the Year finals etc. Gareth has released various recordings, both as a soloist and choral accompanist, and his musical endeavours have taken him as far a field as America, Bermuda, Hong Kong and Singapore. He offers consultation lessons at his home in South Yorkshire and travels widely in his various musical pursuits. In his spare time, he enjoys reading, walking, swimming and keeping up with four children.


Alex Shore

Alex Shore

Alex Shore is a music professional specialising in electronic music production and composition for visual media. Originating from the UK, this talented individual stepped into music at a young age, initially trained as a classical pianist. However through the experimentation of his own musical ideas he found a passion for making his own music, earning him a Listeners Choice award by Sony BMG and Apple Inc in 2005 for his remix and production work. This creativity quickly fuelled a desire to pursue a career in production, leading him to develop his skills. Alex went on to obtain a first class honours degree in music production, enhancing his sound design and production technique capabilities even further, with his music now being showcased by the University of Huddersfield for outstanding work in a film score. A keen music technologist, Alex’s love of sound design and synthesis sees him crafting unique and varied new sounds for use within his productions. His tracks reflect the broad range of his interests from electronic, film and classical, with elements of each influencing in his work. Along with this Alex also works as a tutor in music production, synthesis, piano and music theory.

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