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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!

Meet some of our England Piano Teachers

Jonathan
a topic, I also like them to discover the mysteries of it themselves, which reinforces their own understanding of what they are playing. Above all, I like to challenge my pupils, especially if they show me they are working hard. If I think a child is capable of something, I will encourage them to try it, even if it seems a little daunting to them. Because more often than not, the quality of the result...
Dex

Dex

School: Music GCSE (2006)
main strength. I encourage students to learn at their own pace without the stress and worry. I have found that this has worked very well with my younger and casual learners. Flexibility! I try to be as flexible as possible, this includes accepting short notice lessons, last minute cancellations and other problems that arise in day to day life. Patience. I enjoy teaching children. They learn quicker than adults and always seem to enjoy the...
Marie

Marie

Bachelors: Bachelor musicologie (2011)
the greatest masters of violin. If you don't have a violin yet I will be happy to go with you (for free) to a music shop to give you some tips to find the good one! I think it is important to divide the lessons into two parts, first to work on the technique witch will enable you to interpret a pieces of music in the second part. My students have the possibility to play...
Peter
learn (and practice!). 30 minute lessons are also available. Please contact me for further details. My approach to every student is different. Each student will have a different way of learning to the best of their ability. However, I take a relaxed approach with younger students as I believe pushing them too much at an early age can be detrimental to their love of music. The more a student enjoys the lessons and playing, the...
Jodie

Jodie

Piano, Violin, Clarinet, Saxophone, Music Theory, Viola
PGCE: Secondary Education Music (2010)
my students need, depending on their learning styles and hobbies. I teach one to one lessons but am willing to teach small groups. I try to create a relaxed atmosphere because I know that when comfortable with the teacher that's when people really play their best. I try to incorporate aural training into lesson as I believe this is a very important part of being a musician. From the very beginning I teach basic technique...
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...
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...
Audrey

Audrey

Bachelors: BA Hons Music (2010)
minute free trial lesson at mine where we go over previous musical experience (if any), books, and learner goals. I am DBS checked. Taught in a music school for a year and have previous experience teaching in primary and secondary schools. Now I teach privately. Experience covers all grades and all ages. Good general teaching experience through teaching English language in schools abroad. Lessons follow a well planned schedule using a student planner. I'm always...
Paul

Paul

Bachelors: BA(Hons) (1982)
students move steadily from what they can do to the next level of learning. Sound progress results in enjoyment and a passion for further development. Students learn, kinaesthetically, to play with quality of movement, ensuring that a good and varied tone is achieved with the minimum of physical effort. Conscientiously and thoroughly, students are prepared for graded exams with full confidence, ensuring 100% success. Those who do not wish to take exams are free to...
Svaja
individuals to play saxophone, clarinet and grand piano and prepared them for state and international contests. At the moment I am working with Thurrock music services and doing private saxophone and piano lessons, couching pupils for GCSE, A levels in music, graded ABRSM or Trinity Giuldhall exams. Teaching is very important to me. Seeing pupils improving in there learning process is very rewarding. Music tuition creates emotional and musical improvement. Being a part of it...

Regions: East Anglia, East Midlands, North East, North West, South East, South West, West Midlands

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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