I offer piano lessons to all ages including children, young adults, mature adults and retirees with a range of different abilities from absolute beginners that have never sat at a piano before to advance performing pianists.
Lessons are individually tailored around your aspirations enabling you to learn music that inspires you so you can achieve your musical goals. I teach a range of styles primarily classical and including modern. Whilst teaching I encourage that you participate in all aspects of music syllabus, which includes reading music, musical theory, play by ear, improvisation and composition. This gives you a good experience of working with a variety of styles.
If you would like to complete musical exams I cover all Grades using the ABRSM Grade syllabus in both Practical and Theoretical Sessions to prepare students. In addition I offer assistance with preparation for GCSE, A – Level performances and accompaniment. However exams are not compulsory when learning the piano and if your aspiration is to take lessons for pleasure or to improve your existing skills that’s absolutely fine.
Lessons are taught on a Bechstein Model V grand piano or a top of the range Schimmel upright piano in my purpose built studio in the Woolton/Gateacre area of Liverpool. However, if it is more suitable you, I am prepared to travel within reason to your home. For more information please contact me.
Prices of my piano lessons are:
30 minutes: £15
45 minutes: £20
60 minutes: £25
Dependending on the students age, ability and personal preference I deliver my piano lessons over 30, 45 and 60 minutes. I advise shorter lessons of 30 minutes for children, 45 minutes for young and beginner adults and 60 minutes for intermediate and advanced students.
Piano lessons can be paid for by cheque, cash or bank transfer (BACS) either weekly, monthly or quarterly whichever suits you best.
In the first lesson you will get the opportunity to meet me whilst also to attain your goals and aspirations in addition to analyse your current level and ability if applicable.
Depending on your schedule I generally recommend weekly or fortnightly piano lessons as this provides consistency of study. Progress is languished by skipping or cancelling too many lessons as motivation and momentum is lost.
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