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New books for pianists from Trinity College London

It’s good to see Trinity College London extending its publishing programme to include more books for pianists, including collections of pieces from beginner to advanced level, and a compilation of piano exercises, selected from past exam syllabuses, all of which offer excellent resources for teachers and students alike. 374 more words

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Piano Day in Hitchin

Last weekend I ran a masterclass for members of the Hitchin Piano Club who are taught by a teaching friend of mine. It was the first time I’d taught adults in this format and I found the experience hugely enjoyable and stimulating – and I think the participants did too. 612 more words

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Piano Lessons Are FUN? THINK AGAIN!! PART 2

Of all the blogs I’ve written the one that has generated the most controversy has been “Piano Lessons Are FUN? THINK AGAIN!!”  I would like to revisit that topic with a slightly different angle. 1,430 more words

Piano Lessons Wexford PA

Piano Teacher flyer

I am taking on new piano pupils in Edinburgh and have created this flyer to put up in the shops. Looking forward to some more teaching :)

MineCraft in Piano Lessons

Why?

Have you heard of the popular app called “Minecraft”?? It was nominated as the Kid’s Choice Award for favorite video game earlier this year. I first heard about the game when one of my students somehow decided that in between playing her scales was a perfect time to tell me all about it in detail. 1,341 more words

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Piano Tuition with Peter Murdock-Saint

Peter Basil Murdock-Saint is an experienced pianist and teacher based in the New Forest. His piano studio is now accepting applications from students of all levels and abilities. 232 more words

Piano Lessons In The New Forest

What is a "method"?

In English, we often use the same word to mean two, or more, different things. Bow, for instance, can mean a ribbon in someone’s hair, the shape shoelaces are tied into, the front bit of a ship, what you do at the end of presenting a recital, or what your head does when you pray. 827 more words

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