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Piano Teachers across England

First Tutors: Music can find you the right piano teacher in England to help you in your piano education, or if you are an adult learner, your own piano aspirations. Piano lessons are an excellent way to increase confidence and develop a new musical skill and hobby such as piano, violin or guitar. Please use our service to search for piano teachers near you (anywhere in England) and select which best suits your needs so you can start your piano lessons tomorrow!

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Annie

Annie

PGCE: Secondary Music (QTS) (2012)
developing a positive and productive working environment. I have experience delivering one to one lessons in different music centres across West Midlands. I have also worked in established Performing arts schools such as Razzmatazz, Vocalise and Excel Show Business. Teaching singing and music in general allows me to combine my passion for for performing arts and providing an opportunity for talented people to explore their talent and further explore their abilities I strongly believe in...
Robert

Robert

Bachelors: 1st, Music and English Literature (2011)
name a few options!) is the goal, the tutee - or the parent of the tutee - will have an influence over the direction of lessons. Not only can I help the student develop a well rounded approach to their music exams and the constituent parts of this, but also can endeavour to teach skills that are often undervalued by formal music courses, such as playing by ear, improvisation, chordal accompaniments and so on. I...
Claire

Claire

Masters: Psychology of Music (2004)
Offers a no gimmic approach to music tuition in a caring and comfortable environment. Lessons are geared to own pupils personal preferences and needs. Lessons available in own music studio with a waiting room and full toilet facilities. Now offers music lessons from the age of 4 using her own published book called Music Magic. Also offers music lessons in ukulele, recorder, saxophone, violin and music theory. Help given for GCSE Music Preparation and ABRSM...
Jacqueline

Jacqueline

Doctorate: Composition (2014)
While I believe in instilling good technique I also strongly believe that music-making should be fun. I work from the premise that developing confidence is fundamental to all progress. Lessons are routinely structured to include scales, technical exercises, aural and theory knowledge, often culminating in pupils' own choice of repertoire to enjoy to round off the lesson. Pupils are encouraged to practise daily, working through material in the same order as during their lessons. Once...
John Carl

John Carl

PGCE: Pass Music Specialism (1991)
experienced teacher, my lessons are very much geared to the individual. With younger students, the focus is always on purposeful fun with music games and singing used to reinforce piano skills. With older students, it is about building a personalised programme of learning which will both challenge and entertain. I prepare students for exams with the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music if they so wish. Please note that most of my lessons...
Ross

Ross

Bachelors: Music Technology BSc Hons 2:1 (2011)
As our course is designed to efficiently help you advance as quickly as possible, I reccommend a 45 minute lesson, supplemented with regular practice and using the online provided materials. If this does not suit you, we can sometimes accomodate a 1 hour lesson for £20. InTuition is a course I am continuing to develop with a focus on unique exercises, lessons, & approaches to help a learner accelerate the learning process. Songs can be...
Mark

Mark

Doctorate: PhD (1997)
the Tutee's home, and parents are welcome to sit in if desired. I find a sense of humour very important. I always try to keep tuition, although focused, informal as well. I have taught all levels and abilities, and whilst only a few have made a career out of music (most recently a 15 year old gained Distinction in Grade 8, and then went on to gain a 2:1 B Mus from Nottingham… she came...
James
over the course of my Master's degree. I have a high level of theoretical musical knowledge which comes from both jazz and classical music backgrounds. I have taught on a variety of instruments for over 5 years to students of all ages and abilities, including gaining some experience of teaching children with learning difficulties. Through one-on-one lessons I have learned to adapt each lesson to suit the pupil, working closely with each individual to enable...

Kate

Piano, Recorder, Music Theory
Other: Piano Grade 7 (1984)
confident when they practise during the week. I lead my pupils in many musical games - clapping, singing back, pacing the floor, rhythm duets - which they love and which are brilliant for teaching vital musical skills. I have my preferred books for teaching but am happy to use whatever books students come along with, if they already have books. I develop a close relationship with my pupils, in which they feel safe and respected;...

Annekatrin

PGCE: PGCE (Further Education and Secondary) 2005 (2002)
have been trained as a classical pianist, I have since developed the teaching and studying of Jazz, Blues and other contemporary styles. I teach pupils of all abilities, and in my lessons I develop technical ability, artistry and musicality. I use a range of teaching techniques and give pupils a sense of achievement, regardless at what pace they are learning. I believe that the player should connect emotionally with the music, he or she is...

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