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🎹 How can you find a private piano tutor in Bristol?

Are you interested in starting piano classes?


There are currently 59 piano tutors available to give piano lessons in Bristol and the surrounding areas.


A messaging system is in place on the platform that allows you to get in touch with the piano tutors that are offering private lessons on the platform.


Once your lesson request has been approved, you can start your first lesson with your teacher.


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👨🏼‍⚖️ How many tutors are currently offering piano lessons near you?

In Bristol and the surrounding areas, there are 59 private piano instructors available to give private lessons


Take a look at your teacher's personal cv and message the piano teacher that corresponds to your needs. At Superprof, we have piano instructors covering all types of music: jazz, classical, pop, rock...


Choose your course from our range of more than 59 teachers.

💻 Is it possible to take classes online?

On Superprof, you can learn to play the piano online with a private tutor. Whether you are a complete beginner or playing at an advanced level, our tutors can help you.


Many of our piano tutors also offer private online tuition. Around 80% of the private tutors on Superprof give piano classes online and most of them offer their first lessons free!


To find the available online teachers, just enter your subject criteria into the search engine and select the webcam filter to see the available teachers who are currently offering online courses in your desired subject.


Online courses via Skype offer you more benefits. You can plan your classes to fit around your schedule and online lessons are often less expensive as the tutor does not need to travel.


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💸 How much do piano teachers charge for private piano lessons in Bristol?

In Bristol, piano teachers charge £26 for piano courses.


The cost for piano lessons will differ depending on:

  • the experience of your piano tutor
  • the location of your piano classes (online or the student's place)
  • the number of classes you've booked and the duration of each class
  • the goal of your piano classes. Eg are you taking a practical exam or learning for fun?

97% of Superprof piano teachers give their first piano lesson for free.


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🎧 What equipment should you get before taking piano classes with a private tutor?

The first thing you need to do is obviously to get your hands on a piano.


The rate of a piano can sometimes scare new students. If this is the case, you can rent a piano to use until you feel ready to purchase your own piano.


Depending on the type of piano you want to play, you may also purchase:

  • books/apps to help you practice at home
  • a piano stool
  • a metronome
  • piano cover
  • an effects pedal

Certain piano accessories are not obligartory in order for you to learn to play the piano. Don't hesitate to ask your piano tutor for guidance on what accessories you should buy in order to play the music you want to.


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Bristol-based piano lessons and tutors

When you begin learning a new instrument, know that you’re not going to be an expert straight away, which is why you should take any help you can get. This means being proactive and looking for tutors who can help you alongside your piano course, as well as getting involved in local music groups.

The piano requires you to work every day, hour upon hour if you want to get your break.

Of course, just because you want to learn to play the piano doesn't mean that you desperately want to become a pianist or play the keyboard on the next top hit record. Some people, many people, actually, simply enjoy the act of playing piano and take enjoyment from every little successful note or melody.

Because it is always satisfying reaching the next level, isn't it? Celebrating every time you remember a full sequence of notes or when you are finally able to play a tune while reading along! With this in mind, it’s wise to find yourself a great teacher who will help with music theory as well as a musical technique.

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Music Theory is an essential part of learning piano, especially if you want to take playing the piano even the slightest bit seriously, which often means doing some research or being taught the theory side by an expert.

You should aim to be able to sight-read with precision, so that you never need to improvise (unless intended, of course). Although some fantastic pianists will improvise when performing, you can bet that they have done their time studying each and every note of their idols, making sure that they absolutely nail them. Besides, their 'improvisation' is probably far more thought out than they would lead you to believe! It is only when you have enough skill and experience that you can confidently let your fingers go and know that the sounds you produce will sound good.

So, be sure to consider signing up for music theory lessons too when you contact a music teacher about learning piano in Bristol.

Private piano lessons are ideal for adult and child pupils alike and remember that the younger you start the more natural it will become.

Music and Bristol

According to Visit Bristol, "Bristol was named the most artistic city in the UK by a survey from Premier Inn, considering the number of museums, theatres, amount of live music gigs and the quantity of street art." This goes to show that Bristol is a very cultural place to live, work, and study with opportunities to immerse oneself in musical experiences.

It must be said that Bristol doesn't have a famously rich history when it comes to its input to the classical music genre. However, a little-known fact is that it produced one of the most popular pieces of British music.

Over a hundred years ago, Ralph Vaughan Williams and violinist Marie Hall performed a piece of music entitled The Lark Ascending, which took the public a little by surprise. The whole of the UK winded up falling in love with the music and it is still today played by many popular Classic music radio stations!

But, of course, playing the piano doesn't mean that you have to play classical music, there are also opportunities for musicians to play all sorts of music genres. Playing the piano doesn't necessarily mean playing in classical concerts, pianists work in sorts of ways such as recording in a studio, making theme tunes for animations or adverts and much, much more.

Where to study Piano in Bristol?

Bristol has a range of places where you can study music, including piano.

The University of  Bristol offers students the chance to get a BA Hons in Music studies, a highly regarded course for those applying to become music professionals after their higher education studies. There's also a Music School in the city, the BIMM Institute, which offers Music degrees and diplomas. Furthermore, you can study Audio & Music Technology at UWE Bristol or enrol at dBs Music Bristol FE Centre for even more music-related courses.

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Piano courses or one-to-one piano lessons are probably the best way to learn the instrument, but there are other ways you can advance your knowledge too. For example, online tutorials are a great idea as extra-curricular activities as is reading up on your music theory and finding out about the instrument you wish to play.

Although teaching yourself using online resources is good for finding sheet music and advice for free, you still need to make sure your technique is right, and you can only really get this right by asking for the advice of an expert.

Finding a teacher with experience in teaching (and teaching people at your level) is important as you want to feel confident that you will gain from the lessons. However, if all you want is someone to give you an overview of piano playing and just help to get you started for fun then you might like to choose a less experienced musician. Those with fewer years of experience will normally be cheaper.

With Superprof, the first lesson is often free to give you the chance to check out the teacher’s methods and see how you get on with the piano. Generally, this free lesson should help you to familiarise yourself with them and get the message across as to what you want to learn and your expectations, etc...

Superprof can connect you with over 50 teachers in Bristol and tutors are usually willing to give piano lessons at home.

Each teacher on Superprof provides details about themselves which you can use to base your decision on. If you want to narrow down your search according to years of experience, location or any other criteria then you can do so easily using the search function.

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