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 45 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.
Information about Colin Roth's academic work and publications can be found on his University web page.

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