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Sight Reading

Sight-Reading by Frederick Scott ‘…the sight of the notes will at once induce the fingers to...
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Piano Book Recommendations For Beginners

In order to play an instrument well, it is important to build a good foundation for the...
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Breathe: On the Transferability of Musical Skill

As well as playing and teaching the piano, I work as a freelance theatre maker and performance...
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Playing from Memory

PLAYING from MEMORY some learning skills to add confidence to your performance. It is...

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    I am an experienced piano teacher based in central Manchester. I studied Music at Cambridge University and now teach piano and french horn, from beginners to advanced, ages 6+.
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    I am a friendly and dynamic teacher with love of music at the heart of my teaching but I am not afraid to push my pupils. I try to teach in a way that leads my pupils to explore, take risks and develop their playing independently.
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  • How Playing The Piano Affects Your Life

    Margherita Torretta Classical Piano Teacher (South West London) Picture "Without music, life would be a mistake." - Nietzche Learning to play the piano, like any instrument, requires great patience at the beginning. It's important to be aware of our body and movements when we are at the keyboard. Most people play the piano because it is fun. However playing the...
  • Memorisation in the early stages of learning

    Edyta Lajdorf BMus, MMus, LRSM Classical Piano Teacher (South West London) Picture Memorisation in the early stages of learning
  • 10 Good Reasons to Learn The Piano

    Y Jones Classical Piano Teacher (Enfield) Picture 1. Improves coordinationPlaying an instrument, e.g piano requires the brain to work at advanced speeds. In the brain, reading the music is converted into the physical motion of playing the instrument. Those who play instruments have improved hand eye coordination over those who do not. 2....

 

  • Piano Technique

    Dorian Dimitrov Classical Piano Teacher (South East London) Picture Chopin and Liszt are the two names that are synonymous with the piano, and in particular with the advancement of its technique. While both came from a similar background pianistically, their own unique could not be more different; Liszt was dazzled by the virtuosity and acrobatics of Paganini's...
  • Practising The Piano Little and Often

    Andrew Pisanu Classical Piano Teacher (North London) Picture Having been teaching piano for 14 years now, I can assure you that mastery of the instrument comes down to one simple thing: Little and Often. Imagine you were trying to learn French. Imagine spending half an hour on a Sunday going through your verbs, phrases, vocabulary; then putting the...
  • The Clavichord - An Ancestor To The Modern Piano

    Anne Lovett Classical Piano Teacher (South West London) Picture The Clavichord is probably the most similar to the modern piano of all the historical instruments. I realise this might come as a surprise considering the size of the instrument! A tiny instrument, a sort of wooden box which could seat on one's leg as it was being played. A fascinating...