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Are you interested in starting piano lessons?
On Superprof, there are currently 28 piano tutors offering classes in Cardiff.
Our messaging service allows you to contact with the different piano instructors registered on our platform.
Once your lesson request has been accepted, you can start your first class with your teacher.
In Cardiff and the surrounding areas, there are 28 private piano teachers available to give courses
To find a private piano teacher, check out their tutoring cv to find out more information about their course offering. Our piano instructors cover all types of music from classical to jazz to pop.
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 teachers also offer private online tuition. Around 80% of the private tutors on Superprof offer piano classes via webcam and most of them offer their first lessons free!
To find the available online tutors, 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 webcam offer you more advantages. You can plan your classes to fit around your schedule and online lessons are often less expensive as the teacher does not need to travel.
In Cardiff, piano instructors charge £23 for private piano classes.
The cost for piano lessons will differ depending on:
97% of Superprof instructors give their first lesson free.
The first step is obviously to buy a piano.
The price of a new piano can sometimes scare beginners. If this is the case, you may want to rent a piano to practice with until you are ready to purchase your own piano.
Depending on the type of piano you want to play, you may also need to buy:
Certain piano accessories are not obligartory in order for you to learn the piano. Don't hesitate to ask your piano tutor for help on what accessories you should buy in order to play the music you want to.
You'll have so many talented Piano tutors to choose from!
The piano requires you to work every day, hour upon hour, if you want to get your break and make it as a virtuoso piano, a concert soloist or even sampled on the next hit music record. As such, you can't expect to just get a lucky break or develop the skill without really working hard for it. Maybe a tutor can help you to realise your talents and how you how to utilise them in the world of music?
Of course, you’re not obliged to play this keyboard instrument in a professional capacity: many novice pianists play purely for their own pleasure as well as that of their family and friends! It’s undoubtedly a case of “piano for all”! What could be more peaceful and beneficial to your mental health than sitting down and producing sweet sounds from a piano?
But it’s always satisfying to reach the next level, learning to read and play renowned works for the piano. With this aim in mind, it’s wise to surround yourself with a good instructional team for music theory and musical technique.
You don't have to start young, but enrolling in piano lessons as a child can bring with it many benefits. The same goes for adults, of course, but the results will inevitably be greater the younger you start.
You see, the hearing and motor functions of musicians are more developed than those of non-musicians because the act of listening so astutely shapes the musical ear and coordination, also improving one’s movements in the space around them.
A pianist trained from youth will also have better scholastic results than the rest, as music classes teach children about relationships, discipline and effort.
Playing the piano with its numerous keys also plays a role in brain development: the person becomes more skilful, more inclined to learn different languages and read piano notes, a scale and chords more rapidly. It encourages them to become more curious and to feel more confident in tackling things that others might see as problematic or difficult. They won't be overwhelmed by anything!
This will make training on other instruments and overall music comprehension easier in the long run.
Now if you haven't already started, does this not make you want to start piano lessons - like now?!
Music Theory is an essential element of learning piano, especially if you want to take learning piano even the slightest bit seriously with any chance of success, which often means doing some research or being taught the theory side by an expert.
You should aim for your sight-reading should flow naturally with precision, far from any sort of improvisation. Even if you’re lucky enough to have perfect pitch and an excellent musical ear, music theory will be a huge help and will equip you with an understanding of different keys, as well as the ability to read them (brownie points if you know what key Clair de Lune is in).
Consider signing up for music theory lessons too when you contact a music teacher about learning piano in Cardiff.
Private piano lessons at home are ideal for adult and child instrumentalists alike. The sooner you start, the sooner you’ll be able to make progress!
Cardiff boasts a long and rich history when it comes to music.
For example, the city is home to the oldest record shop across the globe, Spillers Records, which has run since 1894 (it has since relocated to another property in the city). Furthermore, historic figure Ivor Novello, a songwriter and performer, resided there in his day and was later given the honour of having a music award ceremony named after him.
Bringing us up to date, Cardiff is now home to the Royal Welsh College of Music Drama where stars such as Rob Brydon and Sir Anthony Hopkins once studied, plus the city is the base of Classic FM Live in Wales, which has an orchestra and chorus resident (the Welsh National Opera) at the Millennium Centre.
Cardiff has a range of places where you can study music, including the piano.
The University of South Wales offers Music courses while Cardiff University itself actually offers Performance courses in the subject areas of piano and other instruments. Forte School of Music, Cardiff, offers expert guidance for pupils in such areas including piano theory and performance, and the Piano Studio is also another great choice for pianists.
Alternatively, Cardiff offers many personal tutors willing and ready to provide support in piano skills - check out Superprof to find out more!
Although you can usually find online piano tutorials (which cost nothing) for your initial introduction to music, nothing is quite so effective as a qualified music teacher who can give you music lessons at home, teaching you music theory and helping you to hone the fundamentals of piano.
Although teaching yourself using online resources is good for finding sheet music and advice for free, you still need to make sure your technique and fingering on the keyboard is on point.
Finding a teacher with experience in giving lessons to novice pianists is ideal if you want to rapidly expand your musical understanding and fluency. Individual lessons are generally much more tailored to your needs than group lessons or free tuition videos online.
With Superprof, the first lesson is often free to give you the chance to try out the teacher’s methods and see how you get on with the piano. Generally, this free lesson should help you to get the lay of the land.
Superprof can connect you with just under 30 teachers in Cardiff and tutors are usually willing to give piano lessons at home.
Each teacher on Superprof provides a profile of their experience and qualifications, a photograph, a catchment zone for their lessons, an hourly rate, references and feedback from former/current students, payment types accepted, and teaching formats (at the teacher’s place, at the student’s home, by webcam…) - learning piano is as easy as surfing the web for your teacher!