Whether you are a beginner or an advanced player, there is a right and wrong way to practice. The right way to practice is very simple – go slow! Now this may seem rather obvious and straight forward, and it is. But how many times have you sat at the piano to learn something new […]
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Our tuition articles are all written by Martin and cover many of the questions pupils and parents have about learning to play the piano.
I get asked this question a lot, and I always reply with the same answer – very! Scales might not be the most exciting things to play, but they are extremely important when it comes to learning the piano, and is something I always teach during my piano lessons. No matter what style you want […]
If you are considering becoming a piano teacher, or if you already are and would like some additional tips to help, then please consider these important points – Approach This is extremely important as you always want to keep your students focused and interested in what they are learning, so you need to make sure […]
To help answer this question, it really depends on what you want to play. If you want to play something straight out of the charts, like a Coldplay or Adele song, then it’s probably not going to be difficult for most people. But if you want to learn Rachmaninoff, then it’s a whole different ball […]
If you are looking for a piano teacher, it’s important you take your time and find someone that’s right for you. You could be looking at having lessons not just for months, but even years. So it’s vital that you both have great chemistry. If you choose the wrong person, then you might be put off […]