Andrew has been strongly associated with music improvisation since the very beginning of his music career. As a London secondary school teacher back in the 1970s he and his colleagues implemented a style of classroom music tuition which was, at the time, considered to be groundbreaking.
This style was eventually to become a well-established approach for teaching musical creativity in schools. It is an approach which can be enjoyed by anyone, even those who might not consider themselves musical. It has now been employed in a variety of different settings including universities, social care, health & in Andrew's area of expertise business coaching, leadership skills & team development.
Andrew is a recognised expert in improvisation methodology. This approach to music making has many applications in the development of musicians but it also has a surprising number of applications outside of the field of music.
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