Music Lessons in Westbury

We opened our music school with the principle to provide a quality teaching service to all at an affordable price. 

Lessons are suitable for ages 5-100.

Our shop in Westbury has a cafe with excellent coffee, tea and cake for anyone that wishes to wait.

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Starting at just £17.25 per lesson, (£69 a month) for a weekly fixed slot lesson. This price gives you a weekly slot with your music teacher as well as access onto our many music workshops that run throughout the year. Find out more about our workshops here.
Single vouchers may be purchased at £19 per voucher for a single booked 30 minute lesson.

Please contact our store on 01373 859044 or contact us HERE to book a lesson. Why not call to book a FREE trial lesson on the instrument of your choice? Whatever instrument you would like to learn we are here to help.

Need to cancel a booking? As long as we have received confirmation of your cancellation 24 hours before your lesson date we can rearrange it for another date and time. Lessons cancelled on day will not be able to be rebooked. Any free trial lessons that are cancelled on day will be lost and future lessons will have to be booked as voucher sessions. Cancelled in advance lessons are held for 6 weeks and must be rebooked before this time expires or the lessons will be forfeited. 


Monday 10am-8pm
Tuesday 10am-8pm
Wednesday 10am-8pm
Thursday 10am-8pm
Friday - 10am-6pm
Saturday - 9am-5pm
Sunday - No lessons

Meet The Teachers
Ben T
Ben is a patient laidback and fun-loving person. He teaches from beginner to intermediate level and tries to tailor lessons to the student to get the best out of them with no expectations. He has a HND in Electric Guitar from BIMM (Brighton) as well as a BA Hons in Music & Sonic Media. Instruments taught: Electric/Acoustic Guitar (Grade 5); Ukulele (Grade 2/3); Bass (Grade 2/3); Drums (Grade 1/2). Ben also has experience in live performance & sound production.
Tracy has lots of experience teaching young children having trained and worked as a primary school teacher and run preschool music classes. Equally she has lots of patience and empathy with adults returning to or taking up an instrument in later life. Tracy enjoys teaching classical music but will embrace any style a student wishes to learn. She has a methodical organised approach and prefers using printed music. Instrument taught: Flute (grade 8) Piano (Grade 5) Sax (Grade 5 or 6) Theory (Grade 5) 
Neil is a very approachable and friendly teacher with a highly professional background. Neil regularly performs all over the country and has masses of experience as a session drummer in live and recording settings. Instruments taught: Drum (pro level/ grade 8 )
David S 
David S
Highly experienced patient and empathic teacher from beginner to advanced level. David teaches all ages and also suited to adult beginners/returners. Instruments taught: Classical Guitar(Grade 7) Acoustic Guitar (intermediate) Violin(Grade 4). Beginner: Piano Bass Mandolin Ukulele and Theory
Jon B
Jon performs regularly as a piano soloist accompanist and in ensembles. He has been awarded the LTCL diploma in piano performance by Trinity College. Jon also plays French horn in orchestras and wind ensembles and is an occasional organist in local churches. He enjoys helping students of all ages get the most out of their piano studies and teaches beginners to beyond Grade 8. He also offers tuition in musical theory and beginner brass.
Martin S
 Martin teaches adults and children in an upbeat friendly manner. He teaches acoustic (finger style or plectrum) and electric guitar, ukulele, and bass guitar. He enjoys teaching most genres of music from folk to indie and rock and teaches students to use various media and become more self-reliant learners, introducing relevant theory as and when needed. He has experience with SEND students and adapts to his students’ learning styles. He finds it rewarding to help students find ways past difficulties and unleash their creativity.
David P
Meet David, an experienced musician of over 30 years, passionate about performance and studio work. He offers tailored music tutoring for all ages and abilities, fostering confidence in musical skills. Whether you're a beginner or intermediate, David specialises in piano, acoustic guitar, music theory, and music technology. His patient approach ensures an enjoyable learning experience, providing a solid foundation for your musical journey. David will help unlock your musical potential to embark on a rewarding musical adventure.
Rowan H

Rowan has been playing the drums for 12 years and has a passion for music education and sharing everything he knows. He studied music at The Academy of Contemporary Music and since graduating has gained a wealth of experience teaching a wide variety of students varying in age and skill level. While studying at university, he also gained an understanding of music theory and how to apply this to other instruments such as the guitar, and can competently teach this aswell.

Rowan also has a vast amount of experience as a session drummer playing a with a number of bands over the last decade with a healthy balance of plenty of genre's of music which helps him teach a variety of styles on the drums.

Theo M
Theo is young but experienced guitar and drums teacher, he has been playing guitar for 10 years and is well equipped to teach any music style. Theo also teaches beginner banjo and intermediate bass guitar

Christian M
Christian has been playing guitar for 20 years and loves sharing his knowledge with players of all ages. He has a relaxed style and wide-ranging music tastes, basing lessons on your specific interests. With RSL grade 8 under his belt, he teaches up to this standard and is equally happy teaching complete beginners on electric or acoustic as well as beginner bass and ukulele.

Fergus K
Fergus has been playing bass for 6 years, and began learning here at All Instruments. He plays in multiple bands, studies music technology at Bath College, and can play anything from jazz and funk to metal and punk.

Emilia H
With a classical upbringing in music, Emilia began learning the flute when she was 8 years old, moving on to pass her grade 7 exam when she was only 14. She has played with the likes of Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and across various venues in Italy, Czech Republic and Belgium. Emilia’s love for old Jazz sparked an interest in learning the saxophone, later going on to play in various ensembles including the 28-piece Terry Hill Big Band.

Moving into her later teenage years, Emilia discovered a love for singing and eventually gained enough confidence to start posting covers online. Receiving such great feedback, she naturally began teaching herself to record and song write, eventually getting chosen as one of the songs for UAL Creatives Origins Exhibition. Emilia began singing with the Terry Hill big band, with repertoire including: Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday and Eartha Kitt.

Emilia is now studying for a degree in Songwriting and Music Production at BIMM University, while frequently playing sold-out shows across Bristol and studio sessions as a backing vocalist with Wilder Vocals. She released her first single ‘4AM’ back in November 2023, now standing at 6k streams on Spotify and being chosen as a showcase track on BBC Introducing across Bristol, Wiltshire, Somerset and Gloucestershire for two weeks, as well as track of the week across the 13 BIMM University locations. Alongside this, Emilia continues to hone her own craft and is tutored by vocal coach to the stars, Joshua Alamu following her successful audition process.


Chloe K
Chloe is a friendly and energetic teacher and has been singing for 6 years and loves to share the world of music with singers off all ages she also loves to play and teach piano (beginners - grade 4 ) and is happy to teach beginner classical guitar.