Following 1. John also plays with his own recently-formed chamber ensemble, Ziggurat , with harpsichordist Tom Foster and cellist Jonathan Rees. Focusing on the core repertoire of baroque chamber music they will be recording and performing concerts throughout the coming season. Written by Claire van Kampen and starring Mark Rylance and Iestyn Davies the production completed a sell-out run at the Globe before transferring to the West-end where it found critical and commercial success in the Duke of York Theatre. As well as the performance of early music John also has a keen interest in the anthropology of music and holds a masters degree in ethnomusicology from the School of Oriental and African Studies in London. He also enjoys practicing Tai Chi, exploring Walthamstow marshes near where he lives in London and continues his ongoing work shaving off valuable seconds in the folding and unfolding of his new ish Brompton bicycle. Since early John has been a member of the London Haydn Quartet, one of the world's leading period chamber ensembles. The London Haydn Quartet was born Trio Ziggurat is a new chamber ensemble formed by three of London's most exciting young players on the early-music scene: Harpsichordist Tom Foster, cellist
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John Crockatt - violin
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I am an open-minded violin and viola player and teacher with years of experience helping people of all ages and abilities to get the most out of music! As a teacher I have worked in schools, music conservatories and privately and have experience teaching beginners, advanced students, one-to-one and group classes. For me by far the most important thing when teaching the violin or viola or any instrument for that matter is understanding what the student wants from music. I do my best then to get a sense of why a particular student wants to learn an instrument and adapt my teaching to help them achieve their goals. Some students are keen on taking exams while some just want to play songs they know from school. I have both kinds of students and just about everything in between! It is my job as a teacher to help each one enjoy making music in their own way. The 'correct' path in my teaching then is the one which brings joy and satisfaction to the student. From I was working as a violin and viola teacher at the Edward Said Conservatory of Music in Palestine, an incredible experience which enabled me to immerse myself in an utterly different and completely wonderful culture through the meeting and teaching of it's young people. Skip to content Quick search Skip to main navigation.