Teacher-Directory-LOGO-smallIf you’re looking for a Music Teacher then our Music Teachers Directory may well be of interest. The team here at Normans are regularly asked by customers if they know of a music teacher in a particular area. Many out there are our customers, but it’s not always easy to recall their details at a moments notice. We also need to make sure that teachers are happy for us to pass on their contact information.

Introducing our Music Teachers Directory 

We therefore decided it would be a good idea to create an online resource for connecting teachers with potential pupils. That way, you can browse at your leisure and hopefully find a teacher in your area to make contact with. We don’t make any recommendations but do offer a review facility so that you can see what other people think of the teacher you’re considering.

Find an Instrumental Teacher

To start looking for a Music Teacher now just visit our Music Teachers Directory pages where you can search by

Region both from a drop down Region list and Interactive Map

Instrument – all mainstream / popular instruments listed

We hope you find the Music Teachers Directory helpful and would be delighted to receive feedback on how it worked for you, including any ways you feel it could be improved.

Refer Your Teacher

New teachers are being added daily but if you already have one that you think others would benefit from contact we’d like to hear from them. Please share our Calling all Music Teachers article which will give them details of how they can sign up.

Are you a Music Teacher

About the author

Andy is a Director of Normans Musical Instruments and has worked within the business for over 20 years. During this time he has been involved in all areas from Sales and Marketing to Operations and Web Development so has experienced both Normans and the wider Musical Instrument industry from many aspects. Originally a Brass player, Andy has developed a good working knowledge of a wide range of instruments and is always keen to augment his understanding when an opportunity arises.




  • Ken Whitton 13/09/2015 at 3:29 pm

    I’ve been teaching my self to play the Trombone for two years but have now got to the stage when lessons would help.
    I’m an elderly male, with an ambition just to fairly competent player,