Meet the Teachers

We are very lucky to have a very dedicated team of educators at Everest School of Music, Bray and Rathnew. Many of our teachers are multi-instrumentalists who can provide lessons in a wide range of musical disciplines.

Nathan Nicholl

Teaches: Guitar, Ukulele, Mandolin, Banjo, Music Theory
Leaving / Junior cert curriculum
Location: Bray
Days: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Saturdays

Nathan believes that music is the language of the world and plays a huge part of life at every stage. He has experience teaching classical, electric and 'fun' guitar to all ages.

Jack Kelly

Teaches: Bass guitar, Guitar, Ukulele
Location: Bray
Days: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays

Jack has been playing music for over 16 years. He has attended BIMM and achieved a level 8 course. Highly proficient in live performance, theory, technique and styles. Specializes in bass guitar.

Anne Lee

Teaches: Piano up to Grade 5 RIAM
Location: Bray
Days: Mondays, Tuesday & Wednesdays

Anne has played piano her entire life. While she focuses on beginners, she has many students pursuing graded examinations. She strives for an holistic approach when it comes to teaching.

Keith Pogue

Teaches: Drums, Percussion & Cajon
Location: Bray
Days: Mondays, Thursdays, Saturdays

Keith has over 30 years experience. He has been involved in many bands which have given him the opportunity to play pop, rock blues, jazz musicals, Christian music as well as in major events. Has has been teaching drums since 2011 and absolutely loves watching his students develop.

Shea Tohill

Teaches: Acoustic & Classical guitar, Electric guitar, Ukulele & Bass, Piano.
Location: Bray
Days: Wednesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays

Shea has a degree in Commercial Modern Music from BIMM Dublin and is a grade 8 RockSchool certified guitarist.  His enthusiastic and personal approach to teaching is aimed at inspiring and helping is students develop a love for music.

Dave Long

Teaches: Drums & Guitar
Location: Bray
Days: Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday
Dave has nearly 2 decades of performing as a multi-instrumentalist and song-writer. While drums are his main passion, he plays guitar, bass, and ukulele. He received his HDip in Ballyfermot College in 2010 with distinction in all his classes. His style is fresh and lively! 


Kyllian Nicholl

Teaches: Guitar, Ukulele, Mandolin
Location: Bray
Days: Monday & Tuesdays

Kyllian has played music all his life. He has working knowledge of various instruments and believes music is about fun and exploration.

"Music and Rhythm find their way into the secret places of the soul" Plato     

Evangeline Mulholland-Cummins

Teaches: Vocals, Piano, Theory, Composition, Guitar
Location: Bray
Days: Mon, Tues, Wed. Thursday, Friday & Saturday
Evie is a highly experienced multi-instrumentalist and tutor with a passion for every aspect of music. She aims to equip students with the performance, composition and theoretical skills that will see them excel, regardless of the path they take in music. She's a highly engaging teacher, who thrives on teaching in a one-to-one environment.


Agnieszka Bialek

Teaches: Piano, Flute, Music Theory
Location: Bray
Days: Wednesdays
Agnieszka Bialek has been teaching for the past 9 years in Austria, Poland and Ireland, working with both children and adults. She graduated with a master degree with first-class honours from the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. She focuses on teaching one-to-one, giving piano lessons, flute lessons, and aural training courses online as well as in music schools and her students' homes. She always searches for the most optimal teaching approach and repertoire which truly resonates with each unique student, and is happy to include in her lessons a wide variety of music ranging from movie themes to classical pieces, pop songs and improvisation. 

Patrick Clarke

Teaches: Guitar, Ukulele, Beginner Piano
Location: Bray

Patrick has been playing the guitar and performing in bands from an early age. Growing up in County Down Patrick moved to Dublin in 2018 to attend BIMM Dublin and pursue a career as a musician.
After graduating from BIMM with an honours degree Patrick continues to work as a session guitarist with a wide range of solo musicians and cover bands with whom he has played venues such as Vicar Street, The Grand Social, The Button Factory and with organisations such as RTE, and an Post.

Patrick feels that learning an instrument should never feel like a chore therefore he likes to implement student-based learning where basic and advanced skills can be taught with the student’s interests in mind. This could mean focusing teaching around a genre the student likes or teaching techniques based on a student’s favourite song. Patrick has a background in Blues and Rock music although his current interests lie in Jazz and Orchestral music. He also enjoys playing and teaching Pop and Funk guitar..