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The Art of Practice

The Art of Practice Establishing a regular practice routine is of paramount importance when...
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Notes on piano pieces: Bach, Beethoven, Chopin etc

Bach, Chromatic Fantasy and fugue in D minor, BWV903 It is debateable where the piece draws its...
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How to make scale practice more fun!

Playing scales and arpeggios is really important for developing technique and musical...
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Two helpful ways of improving your playing.

One of the most common problems with the playing of many less experienced players is that it is...

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    My name is Hara. I am a highly-experienced instrumental tutor. You can visit my website above. For someone friendly, enthusiastic and efficient, feel free to contact me!
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    Patience and being understanding are probably my best qualities for being a teacher. That's not just what I think but a number of my pupils and pupils' parents have told me so. A sense of humour in the right situations can also be productive. Lots of people are good musicians but not all of them have the patience to teach people who struggle with the subject. I know from personal experience from when I was a child that the more someone shouts at a person who is trying hard but finding something difficult, the harder it becomes for that person to do well. That doesn't meant that I will be too soft with anyone messing about but am understanding towards those who are keen but not naturaly gifted in music.
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    I welcome students of all ages and abilities to learn classical piano,theory and aural, encouraging interest in diverse musical genres and exam preparation (if desired).
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    I have been a professional musician for 15 years, performing across Britain and Europe. I love jazz and classical music in equal measure, and my goal is to help pupils discover their own individual voice, through serious, committed and joyful study.
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    I am an experienced musician and teacher with a passion for both performing and teaching; I provide fun and exciting lessons tailored to each pupil, whether you would like relaxed, fun lessons, or slightly more pressure to progress swiftly.
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    I am a dedicated, understanding, friendly teacher who's aim is to ensure that students progress quickly, in a fun, encouraging envionment. I teach all ages and abilities, and will adjust to suit individual requirements and personalities
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  • Creativity In Early Stages Of Piano Playing Editor's Pick

    Algirdas Kraunaitis Classical Piano Teacher (East London) Picture Creativity and art go hand in hand, like two sides of a golden coin. It is often the spontaneous and unexpected that gives a performance and music an edge and lifts it from the bottoms of the mundane. Creativity also plays (or at least should play) a big part in the early stages of instrument...
  • Teaching Pathways

    Vicky Y-Labarre Classical Piano Teacher (North West London) Picture There are three key areas that I think are important when considering how to be a good teacher. A good teacher must endeavour: To understand and build up a good relatioship with their student The teacher should get to know their student's personality and build a good relationship with their...
  • The ability to play a musical instrument

    Penny Mackay Harrison Classical Piano Teacher (Ipswich) Picture The ability to play a musical instrument is one of the most precious skills to have and to share with others. No matter at what age one begins to learn, the benefits are immense. A regular commitment to practice is incorporated in one's daily routine and soon practice on the chosen musical...

 

  • Finding The Right Piano Practice Method

    Rachel Murphy Classical Piano Teacher (South East London) Picture We all have that one tricky passage that just doesn't seem to be getting any better no matter how many times you play it - whether it's a difficult rhythm, awkward notes or just isn't clicking somehow. Different pianists find different practice methods work best for them, it takes patience and...
  • Practising The Piano

    Croxley Tutor Classical Piano Teacher (Watford) Picture I hear people who play the piano say that it is very hard to practise and it feels boring, then I realise the problem is that it is not about the length of practice session each day, it is about every time that when you practise, it is quality practice. A teacher should show their pupils that if...
  • The Musical Life of Albert Einstein

    Yan Wong Classical Piano Teacher (Romford) Picture 4 Great Benefits of Learning to Play an Instrument - The Musical Life of Albert Einstein Did you know that Albert Einstein was a violinist? The truth is… Not only did he play the violin, he also played the piano. 1. Music benefits your brain According to Einstein’s wife, Elsa, the great...