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Are music exams for everyone?

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Shall I buy a Piano or Keyboard?

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Two helpful ways of improving your playing.

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How to Approach the Moonlight Sonata (1st mvmt)

Mystery vs Drama When Beethoven began his “Moonlight” Sonata in 1801, he was already well...

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    Music lessons of any kind can advance your child's development, whilst for the adults out there - it's never too late to learn! I teach over 70 pupils weekly and have extensive experience alongside well practiced and creative teaching methods.
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    I have been passionate about the piano from a very young age and I always wanted to become a pianist and composer. In my teaching I enjoy sharing my passion for music with others and I encourage creativity.
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    I am a teacher and performer who is passionate about the teaching process as well as the challenge and exhilaration of live music performance.
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  • Music As A Universal Language

    Georgina Baxter Classical Piano Teacher (East London) Picture "Music is the universal language of mankind" - Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807-1882) Teaching music and language, watching others learn at their own pace, while experiencing the joy of experimenting with sound, is an absolute privilege. Here are some memorable stories from my own...
  • Music Is A Language

    Harry Nowakowski-Fox Classical Piano Teacher (West London) Picture Experienced musicians and performers will know that once a piece of repertoire is learnt, it is what you do with the notes and how you interpret them that makes a performance both captivating and individual. The idea of presenting a musical performance as a story or conversation is a skill,...
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  • Why Should I Learn To Play A Musical Instrument?

    BK Music Tuition Classical Piano Teacher (Peterborough) Picture Actually, the question should probably be why SHOULDN'T I learn a musical instrument? The reward and benefits you or your child will encounter are staggering, so many aspects of your life will be enhanced through learning to play or sing. So, let's get started! Learning the art of music can...
  • Practising The Piano

    David Roberts Classical Piano Teacher (Croydon) Picture When teaching piano to my students I often encounter similar issues. Practising too fast:Often a student will rely on speed in order for them to 'muscle through' difficult sections. This produces an unclear memory and an inability to play the piece any slower. It is far better to play the...
  • A Different World Of The Piano

    Lynne Phillips Classical Piano Teacher (Cardiff) Picture Imagine for a moment that you are starting out on the journey of learning the piano. You find yourself a quality instrument, you find an excellent teacher, you buy your first book or two, and you begin going to your lessons. You enjoy your lessons and you get on well with your teacher. You both...