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Piano Teacher - 12 years experience teaching pupils with various ages and interests
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Hi! I’m Rosanna. I’m an experienced and creative piano teacher and I absolutely love what I do. With my holistic & ...
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With her holistic approach to teaching, Mariam nurtures musical talent in both children and adults, irrespective of...
I teach piano to beginners and professional ones. I can enhance your abilities in piano playing and music hearing.
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I use up-to-date methods for both adults and children I have a comprehensive knowledge of different methods includi...
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Susanna graduated from the University of Cambridge in 2016, and achieved a Distinction at ARSM level in piano perfo...
Would you like to learn how to play piano? I can help you to understand the language of music 😊❀️🎼🎢🎹
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I am a private tutor with experience and long history of playing piano myself. Tell me what is your aim and I will ...
I specialize in online piano classes and enjoy teaching all levels, from beginner to advanced
I specialize in online piano classes and enjoy teaching all levels, from beginner to advanced. My aim is to provide...
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Susanna graduated from the University of Cambridge in 2016, and achieved a Distinction at ARSM level in piano perfo...
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I've been teaching piano for 15 years privately in my home and also online. I'm an enthusiastic Mum of three so und...
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I have a masters degree in Musical Art and Pedagogy (piano) and have been tutoring for more than 5 years. As a pian...
Professional pianist prepring students for graded exams, diplomas and competitions
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Award-winning pianist and composer known for new age approach to classical music, performance and collaborative wor...
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Classical Piano & Composition Instructor
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Knowledgeable and patient piano teacher for enthusiastic learners, including adults. Online lessons only at this time
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Knowledgeable and patient piano teacher for enthusiastic learners, including adults. Preference for online lessons.
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Hi, I'm Mahya, a pianist and a piano teacher. I am a postgraduate student in Music Performance specializing in pian...
Musical theatre performer teaches students of all ages
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I am a postgraduate student for Piano Performance. I have three years' experience in teaching piano. I'm patient fo...
Keen to help beginner musicians learn new skills in piano and singing!
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I have been playing the piano for 14 years and recently started tutoring. I offer low cost, friendly and relaxed le...
I have been in the music field for about 17 years now and have performed for various gigs. I would love to impart my knowledge
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

🎢 How can I start learning to play the piano?

Learning to play the piano requires a lot of dedication and enthusiasm. The first step is always to start with learning the notes and keys before starting with simple piano songs. From then on, it's all about practice and gradually improving your level.

🎹 How can I find the best piano classes?

On FindTutors there are hundreds of piano teachers. When choosing piano lessons, there are a few things to consider:

  • Lesson format: Decide whether you want online piano lessons or piano lessons either at home or the tutor’s home.
  • Group or individual lessons: This is up to personal preference. With group lessons you will be able to learn alongside others. Group lessons are usually separated by age rather than level. If you want individual lessons, hiring a private piano tutor is the best option.

🏑 How can I find a piano tutor that will come to my home?

Private piano tutors usually teach at the student’s home. If you have a piano at home, finding tutors that can come to your home should be easy. If you don’t have a piano, you can either go to the piano tutor’s home or find another place where you can play. In any case, finding private piano lessons is easy with FindTutors, just filter your search according to where you live, to find a tutor in the UK near you.

πŸ’­ What kinds of piano lessons are there?

Generally, piano lessons are divided by age and type, therefore, it is very common to find music schools or private tutors who offer piano lessons for adults or for children. However, you can also find classes that are divided by level such as piano lessons for beginners.

πŸ’° How much does private piano tuition cost?

The price of piano lessons usually depends on the tutor’s teaching experience and qualifications. The more qualified and experienced the teacher, the more expensive the lesson. However, in general you can find piano tuition from anywhere between £15-£35.

How to find private piano lessons

Benefits of piano lessons

Piano lessons are one of the most popular types of music lessons. This legendary instrument is key to many of the most famous and important musical compositions: from Mozart to the latest Marvel soundtracks. We all have a piano melody that’s engraved in our minds, such as the infamous B, C, D, D, D, C, B, A, G from Harry Potter.

Do you want to learn to play the piano so that you can play your favourite songs or even compose your own? Then you should find a music tutor who can give you piano lessons. Nowadays, there are thousands of professionals offering lessons. To find out what kind of piano tutor is right for you, you should decide what kind of lessons you want: 

  • Music schools: This is one of the most common options. Many schools offer different classes according to age and instrument. Piano lessons are very popular, so you should have no trouble finding one close to home.
  • Private piano tutors: A private piano tutor is ideal for you if you don't have a lot of free time, a large budget, or simply want your teacher to focus solely on you. Also, the advantages of private piano lessons are that you can choose between online classes or lessons at home.

How to learn piano from home

Although it may sound obvious, in order to have a piano lesson you need to have a piano. Many students worry because they don't have one at home and pianos are quite expensive. You can either use an electric keyboard as these tend to be cheaper than traditional pianos, or find a second hand piano or keyboard. Otherwise, you can take lessons at the tutor’s home or at a music school, however, without access to a piano outside of lessons it will be hard to practise.

If you want piano tuition at home, you have two options:

  • Piano lessons at home: If you have a piano or keyboard at home, this may be the best option for you as you can learn to play the piano without leaving home. It’s also useful to be able to have lessons on your own piano as there can be differences between instruments.
  • Online piano lessons: This used to be unthinkable, but in recent years, online lessons have been on the rise. There are now a wide range of online piano lessons available. The style of lesson may be slightly different, but the result should be the same. 

What type of music can I play on the piano?

There are many musical genres you can play on the piano. If you are learning to play the piano, trying to play different music genres will improve your versatility and can help you learn new concepts. Here are some examples of genres that you play on the piano:

  • Classical music: This is probably the first genre that comes to mind when you think of piano. Mozart, Beethoven and other great music composers have written many classical piano pieces that are still incredibly well known to this day. 
  • Jazz: Jazz is a genre that is best for advanced students. Improvisation and rhythm are two key elements of jazz. Although it may seem difficult, this genre of music is fun, not only for those who listen to it, but also for those who play it. 
  • Rock: Although piano may not seem to be a rock instrument like bass, drums and the guitar, the keyboard is used more than you think.
  • Pop: If you look around, you'll quickly find piano adaptations of the most famous pop songs. Why not try playing some of them? When you lose motivation, the best thing to do is to try and play music you like and are familiar with. .

Tips for learning to play the piano

Learning to play the piano can be a long and difficult process that requires a lot of diligence and hard work. Here are some tips for learning to play the piano:

  • Commitment: It is important not to miss lessons as commitment and perseverance are key to learning any instrument.
  • Practice: Practice makes perfect, that's what they say. If you want to learn to play the piano, the more you practise, the better you will become.
  • Don't rush: Start with basics. Even if your goal is to play a certain piece, make sure you start from the beginning and don’t rush. It’s important to build a foundation of knowledge at the beginning so that you can continue progressing.
  • Solfège lesson:. Music theory is important for being able to understand music. If you want to take the ABRSM piano exams, then music theory is also important for passing these. Solfège will help you understand why you are playing certain notes and deduce the logic behind the music.
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