Mannin Music is a collaboration of private music teachers on the Isle of Man. Our aim is to provide a central contact point for you to find enthusiastic and qualified music teachers.

We currently offer lessons in piano, voice, violin, viola, cello, double bass, flute, whistle, clarinet, saxophone, all brass, acoustic and electric guitar, electric bass, drums, theory, GCSE/A level/IB tutoring, and also in recording and live sound engineering. Lessons are available in a number of different musical styles i.e., classical, folk/Celtic, rock and pop, musical theatre etc.

All our teachers also enter pupils for ABRSM, Trinity, Rock School and Trinity Rock & Pop grade exams if students wish to take these qualifications. We plan to run a variety of music related courses over school holiday periods. Keep an eye out for details on these.

If you have any equiries about lesson availability, fees, etc. please go to our contact page. We are also always interested in expanding the instruments that we offer lessons in – if you are a private music teacher who is interested in working with
Mannin Music, then contact us for more information.

Other Services

Mannin Music has a qualified and experienced sound engineer working with us. If you are interested in producing a demo recording, or would like a multi-track made of a live gig, then get in touch. Giving someone the opportunity to record a short demo CD can also be an interesting and unusual present!


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Next up in our Stravinsky festival at Southbank Centre is The Rite of Spring, famous for its wild unpredictable rhythms. Can you get a perfect score? 🎟️

We're so proud of Mera Royle getting through to the final of BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Award. This is an amazing achievement, and it couldn't have happened to a more talented and lovely person! Here's a short clip of her playing:
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Scales!! Do you love them or loathe them? ... See MoreSee Less

Why are scales and arpeggios important to musical learning? How do you make them relevant and interesting for your students? We'd love to hear your tips! Louise Matthew explores some answers and looks at ways to link scales and arpeggios to everyday music making in this Libretto article.