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The average price of Piano  lessons is £23.

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A piano teacher for learning piano and music theory

Is music your constant companion? On public transport, at work, at home every evening when you want to unwind, at the weekend to give you energy… In fact there are few moments that can’t be improved by a bit of harmony and melody. But unfortunately having an expansive knowledge of music does not necessarily mean you know how to make music, nor how to play a musical instrument!

Whereas your singing voice is somewhat dependent on your natural ability – with the support of singing lessons of course – playing a musical instrument is very different (not only for the piano) as you must learn to operate the instrument too! First and foremost, it’s essential to find a good piano teacher, and why not one who is happy to come to you and teach you piano in your own home? Once that bit’s over, the challenge begins (namely, learning to read music and playing entire pieces!).

Within 2 – 3 years, most diligent students will be able to learn to play jazz or classical piano hands together and maybe even audition for a music course at university, join an orchestra and perform, or try their hand at keyboard, grand piano or harpsichord.

All in all, this means that they will have a sound understanding of music theory, be competent in piano chords, be able to read a music score in no matter what key, play the synth (piano keyboard), have a good sense of rhythm, self-accompany by singing when playing modern music. They may have progressed a little in improvisation, and should be able to find each key instinctively – without looking at their hands…

Discover the solution: learn piano at home in private piano lessons.

The most effective way to learn piano is thought to be through private piano lessons, and the benefits are plentiful. Firstly, rather than having a nervous breakdown every time you see another beginner pick up a technique quicker than you, you’ll learn at your own pace. You’ll also have the freedom to discover the history of music under the guidance of your teacher, rather than adhering to a rigidly structured music course. Discover musicians at your will: Chopin, Beethoven, Bach (Prélude), :iszt, Schubert, Alfred Cortot, Schumann, such and such concerto by Mozart (Turkish March maybe?), or a sonata by Debussy (Clair de Lune of course), Fur Elise, a work by Pleyel, or by this or that musical group, or Haydn…. Piano pieces so numerous, and a novice pianist such as yourself must experience these rites of passage at their own pace to develop as a musician.

Play the piano and much much more

You’ll get to know that learning piano and music theory is no mean feat. Mastering such an instrument as the piano means understanding centuries of musical history, performing canonised pieces them yourself, and understanding everything from flats and sharps through to crotchets, quavers, semi-quavers, minims…

You can of course learn all this through free piano lessons online, you’ll even find free sheet music on the internet. But honestly, the best and quickest progress in your learning will come through piano lessons with a private piano tutor.

Know, nevertheless, that in hiring a well-rounded music teacher – one who has trained in a conservatoire, for example - you can benefit from an introduction to music that goes way beyond the piano. With such a teacher, you can also discover other instruments through other lessons: guitar (classical, electric, rock, folk), dance, flute, recorder, violin, cello, viola, singing (for singing along with your instrument), percussion, drums, saxophone, clarinet, and even a music therapy, musicology or musical qualifications and training that allows you to give music lessons yourself.

One to One Piano Lessons

To learn to play the piano correctly you must talk to established and experienced music teachers. We recommend avoiding those who can only teach you the theory and those who can only play piano by ear – without reading musical notes.

We’d also advise that you explore the piano teachers who you can find on Superprof. Through our site you can find the teacher who is closest to you, or search throughout the UK and beyond amongst the vast collection of pianists who make up our personal orchestra! With piano lessons at £25 per hour on average.

Take In Home Piano Lessons with a Teacher

Whether you want to start learning the piano for the first time, or you’ve already got a few years of practice behind you and you want to progress even faster; whether classical, jazz or modern; on Superprof you have at your disposal a selection of piano teachers for private lessons tailored to your learning style and speed.

Each piano teacher is passionate about the instrument themselves. If you dream of one day becoming a great pianist, your piano teacher will know the best way to help you achieve this dream.

This piano teacher will be at your service and will guide you through any difficulty that you encounter when interpreting a piece of music, whether you find yourself inspired by Bach, Chopin or Beethoven. Every one of our piano teachers is highly competent, patient and experienced in instructing, they can adapt to any level of student – whether beginner, intermediate or experienced; adult or child.

If you wish to add another string to your bow, or other pieces to your repertoire, you can even try out synthesiser or harpsichord lessons.

Certain piano teachers possess the skills to also teach you music theory – including how to read music. Let yourself be tempted by our private piano tutors and liberate the Rachmaninov inside you!         

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