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Student-Centred Learning: a personal story

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Why Adults Benefit From Learning The Piano

I cannot tell you the number of times I have come across adults wishing they could play 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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How to make scale practice more fun!

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  • The 'One Week' Challenge

    Dylan Christopher Classical Piano Teacher (Colchester) Picture A week is a very long period of time; in that span, any number of things can happen. Interestingly, it can take one-week for a young plant to sprout a single-leaf. It can also take about four weeks for a newly hatched caterpillar to transform into a butterfly, spending approximately one week at...
  • A Structured Approach to Efficient Piano Practice

    Mitchell Tanner MMus Classical Piano Teacher (Ilford) Picture One of the first things I ask when teaching a new student for the first time, is “on a scale of 1 to 10, how much do you want to learn the piano,” and “how much time a day are you willing to dedicate to learning the piano?” You would think, from the answer the student gives, I can gauge the...
  • The Value Of Learning To Play The Piano

    Miriam David Classical Piano Teacher (Harrow) Picture I believe learning to play a musical instrument is as valuable as any form of learning. It opens doors for children by giving them new opportunies for music making, enabling self expression and creativity. Learning an instrument can inspire self confidence and equip children with reasoning...

 

  • Fingering at the piano: essential for all levels

    Dr Olivia Sham Classical Piano Teacher (West London) Picture Playing the piano involves using the fingers - even children soon realise that fists (or, occasionally, the feet) are not the most efficient way of depressing piano keys to make music. Fingers sit on the two hands in a particular order, and each finger behaves differently, for example, the thumb...
  • 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...
  • Finding The Right Piano Practice Method

    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...