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Education Is A Journey, Not A Race

The philosophy of the Steiner education can be summed up in one sentence: 'Education is a...
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What piano should I buy?

So, you've decided to start learning the piano - an excellent choice on your part. The piano is...
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How to Overcome Repetitive Strain Injury

Repetitive Strain is a common and irritating injury for not just pianists but many...
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Piano Exams - A Guide to Preparation

The day the piano exam arrives can be a very frightening moment. Whether you are seven or...

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    I can communicate effectively and am not your stereotypical serious old school teacher.Engaging teacher. Always willing to give my best to ensure that you the student progresses on the piano but ultimately need you to practice if you engage me.
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    Whatever your age and experience, let's enjoy exploring the piano and learning something new!
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    I am fully qualified premium teacher of Special Needs/Music with a Masters/P.G.C.E. and run my own private special needs and music company 'Calm Seas' and I'm looking for new pupils. I believe in giving students the best possible education.
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    I am a piano teacher with 12 years experience.
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    I'm happy to teach children from age four and upwards - maturity permitting, of course. I also teach adult beginners - it's never too late to learn something new.
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    Hello, my name is Antonia and I am a bassoon player! I aim to make your lessons enjoyable yet informative and will help you reach your musical goals.
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  • Suitable Books For Early Piano Grades

    Hannah Olbrich Classical Piano Teacher (Manchester) Picture The best books to by are Upgrade by Pamela Wedgewood. This comes in various standards. Also the Keyboard Crocodile book is good as it ranges from about grades 2-3. The Classics to Moderns books are from about grades 1-5 if you get the first two books.
  • Entering Young pupils for Graded Examinations

    Claire Pashley Music Tuition Classical Piano Teacher (Sheffield) Picture There are several examination boards that offer graded examinations for instrumentalists. Trinity College of Music first offered examinations in 1876, the London College of Music offered internal examinations in 1887, the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music in 1889, the Victoria...
  • Anthony's recollections

    Juan Rezzuto Keyboard Teacher (West London) Picture My activities during the month has been mainly quite a few discoveries regarding pieces for a concert, plus students progression of the learning process- and my own understanding of technique in general. I was surprised by a rapid progression of students who I have taught thus far. An A level...


  • Piano, digital piano, or keyboard? Editor's Pick

    Martin Offord Classical Piano Teacher (Darlington) Picture I have been asked many times by parents who are planning to have their children learn to play a keyboard instrument, what is the best choice of instrument to buy?  I have thought about this in some depth and my comments and advice would be as follows: I think there is nothing so good and...
  • A Guide to Practicing for Parents

    Luke Fraser Classical Piano Teacher (North London) Picture The following is taken from guidelines I wrote for parents of young students attending a music centre at which I teach. I hope it may be useful both for parents and other instrumental tutors: Learning any musical instrument is a long-term and often time-consuming activity, yet one for which the...
  • The Benefits Of Learning Piano Over Skype Editor's Pick

    Phoebe Garratt Classical Piano Teacher (West London) Picture Before I began teaching piano over Skype, I was not convinced by the concept of remote teaching. Surely it is better to meet face-to-face? Perhaps productivity during the lesson would be slower? However, I quickly came to realise that Skype teaching is a very effective method, and even contains...