About Us

The Note Warehouse, a NEW Music School in Yatton. A Music School offering Instrumental, Vocal and Music Theory lessons for all ages and abilities alongside a Coffee shop serving locally sourced coffee, teas and cakes!

Offering private instrumental, singing and music theory lessons to children and adults of all abilities in our amazing acoustic friendly pods. All students are offered the opportunity to study for examinations following the ABRSM, Trinity, LCM and Rockschool syllabus.

Opening Times

Monday - Friday
10am - 8pm

Saturday
10am - 4pm

Opening times may be subject to change
Public Holidays – The Note Warehouse will be CLOSED.

The Team

Hollie-anne Bangham

Founder of The Note Warehouse
Director/ Singing/Piano/Music Theory Tutor MMUS, PGDIP, BMUS Hons, MISM

Hollie-anne originally from Cleeve, has returned home to establish The Note Warehouse. A trained Opera singer completing a Masters of Music, Postgraduate Diploma and Bachelors of music with honours at the Royal Northern College of music, all with first class classification. As a soloist she performs up and down the country in many prestigious venues as well as internationally, recently touring in Italy, Ukraine and Paris. Singing with many companies including Garsington Opera, Opera Holland Park and English Touring Opera.

Alongside performing Hollie-anne has found a huge passion in teaching, with over 10 years experience. An established Singing, Piano and Music theory tutor with a 100% pass rate for students taking ABRSM, Trinity, LCM and Lamda exams. Alongside one to one lessons Hollie-anne has a vast teaching experience as a coach, particularly for West End children agencies, working as lead tutors in many theatre schools across the country to conducting and leading choirs/ workshops, including working for the BBC. Hollie-anne is a member of the Incorporated Society of Musicians.

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    John Furlong

    Guitar / Ukulele / Banjo / Mandolin / Drums

    My name is John Furlong and I have been playing music in wide range of styles for over 35 years and have taught both drums and classical guitar for over 10 years. I am a fully qualified music teacher employed by North Somerset Council teaching Guitar, Ukulele, Banjo, Mandolin and Drums in schools throughout the region. I teach from Classical to Rock using standard notation, tablature or just by ear, the emphasis is fun!

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    Bart Janczak

    Viola / Violin

    My name is Bart Janczak, I started playing the violin when I was 6 and at the age of 13, I switched to viola. I studied in Poland at the Academy of Music in Katowice with professor Dariusz Korcz and in the United States at Shenandoah University with professor Doris Lederer. My music education was about 19 years long and during this time I was a member of Internationale Junge Orchesterakademie in Germany, a member of the Idyllwild Festival in Los Angeles and the Symphony Orchestra of India. During my study, I was involved in many chamber groups like quartets and quintets. After the study, I was employed by Silesian Philharmonic for several years and have played concerts in Poland, Europe and Japan. I moved to the UK in 2019 and since that time I have mostly played chamber and orchestral music and teaching privately.

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    Bridget Page

    Piano / Flute / Recorder / Music Theory

    As a Grade 8 flute and piano student, I went on to attend Bath Spa University and obtained a BA (Hons) qualification in Music which was followed by a PGCE in Primary Education. As a qualified teacher, I have worked all over the UK in various settings, most recently as a peripatetic teacher for the North Somerset Music Service. I have taught music to a wide span of age groups from nursery children in my Mother and Baby classes to adults who have wanted to learn an instrument in later life. I am experienced in teaching beginners as well as more advanced learners and preparing students for ABRSM and Trinity graded exams.

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    Sophie Isaacs

    Singing teacher Online

    Sophie most recently appeared as Principal Girl in Pantoland at the London Palladium having just finished starring in the smash hit Six the Musical playing the role of Katherine Howard in the West End at the Vaudeville Theatre. Her previous credits include:
    Theatre credits Includes: Goldilocks, Goldilocks and the Three Bears (London Palladium) Annette Hargrove Cruel Intentions (Edinburgh Festival) Heather McNamara, Heathers The Musical (The Other Palace and Theatre Royal Haymarket) Janet, The Rocky Horror Picture Show (European Tour) Frenchy, Grease (Leicester Curve) Ensemble cover Lauren, Kinky Boots (Adelphi Theatre), Sandra Beaumont Made In Dagenham (Adelphi Theatre), Fairy Willow Web Robin Hood (Cambridge Theatre) Amber Von Tussle Hairspray (Kuala Lampur & Singapore) Margot Legally Blonde the musical, Beauty Sleeping Beauty (Richmond theatre), Joanne Godspell (Union theatre) Toffee Zombie Prom (Landor theatre)
    Television Includes: Molly Montgomery in Hollyoaks

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    Louis Summerell Furlong

    Drums / Bass / Electric Guitar Tutor

    Hello, my name is Louis and I have been playing music since I was 7 years old. I mainly focus on Drums but I am also able to play the bass guitar and electric guitar. My interest in music began from my dad teaching me to play when I was younger and from there it progressed from a hobby to something I wish to pursue for my future. I look forward to teaching in a new environment and I am able to teach styles ranging from: rock, pop, jazz and other influences.

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    Rachel Bowers

    Piano / Music Theory / Cello / Double Bass Tutor

    Rachel is a qualified piano teacher (LRSM in piano teaching) and has been teaching for nearly 30 years. She teaches Classical and Jazz piano, as well as more popular styles, to both adults and children at beginner and intermediate levels
    She taught piano, keyboard, accordion, cello and double bass for B&NES Music Service and for North Somerset Music Service, and was a string tutor at the orchestral Music Centres of both organisations.
    Rachel has been a piano accompanist to several drama groups and choirs. She is also a church organist.
    She has played cello in various amateur orchestras and ensembles, and currently plays with a local orchestra and a string quintet. She has also played the accordion with a folk band and a Jazz ensemble.