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  • The Alexander Technique Applied To The Piano

    Rafael Caballero Classical Piano Teacher (North West London) Picture In this article I will give you some general notes about the Alexander Technique, which I would be delighted to transmit more fully during our piano lessons. During my career as a pianist I have suffered various aches and pains as a result of playing the piano. It may seem normal, because...
  • Different Approaches To Piano Technique

    Philip Sharp Classical Piano Teacher (Manchester) Picture I am a firm believer in the importance of encouraging good technique from the very first lesson, however, this is always a complex issue and my approach must change from student to student. I am fascinated by the differences between adult students and younger students when it comes to solving...
  • Effortless, Spontaneous Creativity

    Dina Rizvic Classical Piano Teacher (Harrow) Picture Think of the time when you were just a child with no fear, obligations, to do lists and things that you had to manage every day of your life as an adult or young adult. You didn't have any plans for the day, you didn't think about the future or past. You didn't have any worries except if there...

 

  • Music To Your Ears... And Your Brain

    Hayley Parkes Classical Piano Teacher (Manchester) Picture It has long been acknowledged that humans have enjoyed music across cultures, languages, geographical regions and at all ages. Music has formed bonds between communities, served as a mode of communication where words do not suffice and provided joy and hope in the most desperate of...
  • Why Should You Learn The Piano?

    Fernando Morales Classical Piano Teacher (Twickenham) Picture The piano is probably one of the most wonderful and complex instruments to learn. It has an incredible sonority and therefore it is an extremely versatile instrument. The piano is the only instrument that allows you to play multiple notes simultaneously with great ease. Learning to play piano...
  • Keyboard vs Electric Piano

    Em Askew Classical Piano Teacher (Salisbury) Picture I have many students who have started lessons before they were sure whether they wanted or could afford to invest in a piano. They have often asked advice as to whether to purchase a Keyboard or an Electric Piano, so here are the key differences. Electric PianosIf you can afford the cost and...