Colin Roth trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, passing his Grade 8 at 14. He gained his Licentiateship diploma, LGSM in clarinet teaching, in 1970 when he was 18. He went on to study with John Davies at the Royal Academy of Music, and took a B.Mus degree and then Ph.D. in the Music Department of the University of Sheffield.
He offers lessons in clarinet and flute playing, music history and music theory - lessons that are lively and interesting, and which embody the experience of more than 50 years' teaching and performing.
In 1991 his long-time student, Sally Harrop, won the BBC Radio 2 Young Musician of the Year competition.
Colin Roth specialises in working with learning difficulties, and is CRB checked. He recommends the Trinity Guildhall Examinations.

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