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Nov 29, 2016 10:06 AM EST

Adele To Teach Music In BRIT School, London


Adele who is now more famous for her "Hello" single is most likely going to make a career change, temporarily.

Adele is going to look for another career that is also music related. The popular artist is going into teaching. In the future, Adele may be teaching a few classes at the BRIT School in London.

Once her tour is over, the 28 year old singer is looking to contribute to her old school, cites Fashion.ie. It looks like the artist wants to keep herself busy during her down time.

Adele used to train in BRIT School, London. She took musical arts and the publication's sources claims that the singer is going back to her old training ground to teach. Music is definitely a part of this lady's veins.

BRIT School's Head of Music, Tony Castro, is said to be someone Adele admires. Adele is apparently grateful for Castro's contribution when she was studying in the school. He made students write their own songs. Something which Adele is apparently good at because of her top hit singles.

The publication continues to say that it was because of his teaching that influenced her into thinking about teaching as well.

Adele is looking to take some time off from her concert travels. Reports indicated that once she has recovered from her tours, she is also going to focus on her four year old son. Her son, Angelo, is her pride and joy. But the singer also confesses that she wants to make another addition to her family.

Once she is able to fulfill her off-concert wants and needs, Adele says fans will not be able to get rid of her. She hopes to be back after a couple of years. Adele has neither confirmed or denied the suggestion that she is going to teach at her old alma mater.

However, it would be interesting to see a music icon teach music. Especially to performers who are tuned in to this generation's music.

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