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Piano Tuition in England

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

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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...

Rosie

Bachelors: Mathematics (2009)
exam period in Edexcel and AQA maths and physics exams. I have an enhanced and updated DBS certificate. Whatever age you may be, knowing the basics such as theory and scales will speed up your learning process! They may sound dull, but will be taught in fun and interactive ways. I am happy to teach for all purposes - those who wish to progress through the grade system and those who wish to learn for...
Nancy Dlores

Nancy Dlores

Piano, Music Theory, Composition
PGCE: Qualified teacher Status (2011)
learning fun by working closely through your interests. Commencing lessons an individualised learning plan will be made and in succession with lessons reviewed, analysed and updated. Readily all students have out of hour support. I can be contacted on-line or via phone. Optional concerts are also made available so that students can showcase their musical talents. In the past we have had work from amateur vocal accompanists and jazz composers. These events also prove to...
Vicki

Vicki

Piano, Flute, Bagpipes, Double Bass, Music Theory
PGCE: Music (1994)
Scottish Smallpipes - a type of bagpipe that uses Highand Bagpipe fingering and grace notes. I can teach Highland Bagpipe style on the practise chanter (having learnt this method) but I don't actually perform on the Great Highland Bagpipe. I also play and teach the English border pipes and Swedish bagpipes. It's always important to take a bespoke approach to music tuition, no student is ever the same. I've had a very broad range of...
Susan

Susan

Professional: CTABRSM (2011)
moving on to Grade Examinations. Pupils are free to choose either ABRSM or Trinity for examinations. Some pupils prefer not to take exams, which is also fine. Pupils are encouraged to practise scales and arpeggios every day and to play them at the lesson each week. Set pieces are taught hands separately, then hands together. In between grades, pupils are encouraged to expand their repertoire. If possible, pieces are learnt from memory. The more able...

Rachael

PGCE: PGCE - Primary (2007)
have taken ABRSM examinations have been successful. In addition to teaching the piano I also offer music theory tuition. I teach up to Grade 5. I am a very patient and friendly person who thrives on seeing learners achieve their best. I am highly organised, efficient and reliable and work hard in everything I do. My teaching is tailored to meet the needs of the individual. Parental involvement is greatly encouraged and parents may wait,...
Clare

Clare

: BED (Hons) Music: Grade 8 Piano and Flute (0)
my pupils enjoy learning! We laugh lots in lessons and love making music . I think having an enjoyable experience is the best way to learn. I am patient, understanding and very experienced teacher and use many different teaching strategies to suit the individual pupil. We cover all areas of playing ranging from different repertoire, scales and Theory are all included as part of your lessons. Lessons are taught in my music room at my...
Maggie

Maggie

Professional: L.R.A.M. teaching diploma (1969)
been blessed with talents (mostly classically trained but more recently playing by ear) that I share with students of all ages and all levels. I enjoy teaching very young students to get them started on their musical journey*. I also enjoy teaching older students who have more time and inclination to learn*. All student levels/ages are enjoyable to teach and I really miss teaching when I am away from it. I thoroughly enjoy teaching music...
Pik Shan

Pik Shan

Bachelors: First Honour (2014)
this. The longer students are unaware of and build up these bad habit, the more difficult they are to correct it in the later stage. The best approach is to teach them the correct idea right at the start. It might take longer to start but I believe one step at a time is the only way that leads to a solid foundation. For my students who would like to take exams, I am happy...

Julie

College: Grade 8 Piano theory (1988)
play and they have gone on to college to study music as they got older. I am at present teaching 17 pupils to play . They have all just passed their summer piano examinations. Some passed with Merit and all got a very good feed back. I think the approach to teaching an instrument should be fun and exciting. I enjoy having a new pupil and whether they are starting from the beginning or are...

Our search will order piano teachers (from England) in your area according to their lesson charges and distance from you. Before reaching an arrangement with a piano teacher, you can ask any questions securely via our member's area, such as whether they provide piano lessons in your home or travel to you. You can search for piano tutors teaching Grades, Diplomas or just for fun across a range of instruments so you can get started with piano, violin or guitar tuition anywhere in England!

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