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Why do you want to take a piano exam?

This a question I believe we as teachers should all be asking our pupils. It came up in conversation between myself and my friend and teaching colleague Rebecca, and we agreed that in future all students should be asked to consider this question. 1,067 more words

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5 common misconceptions about pianists and piano lessons

Guest post by Javen Ling, founder of Alternate Tone Music School, Singapore

“I do not have the potential to be a great pianist as I don’t have long, slender fingers” 931 more words

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Piano Recital at Bushy House

Next week I will perform at solo piano recital at Bushy House for the NPL Musical Society. See the attached flyer for details. Please attend if you can!

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At the Piano With......Jill Owen

What is your first memory of the piano?

Hearing my Dad playing Bach chorales and chorales he used to compose.

Who or what inspired you to start teaching? 788 more words

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Online Piano Teacher Training with the RCM

Guest post by Garreth Brooke

“Like many other piano teachers I have studied music but not pedagogy…

When I first began teaching after finishing my music degree this did not seem such a problem, and certainly it did not stop me from finding work or  my students from telling me that I’m a good teacher.

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New Associate Piano Tutor

In an exciting new development in the set up of Cadenza Music Tuition, there is now an Associate Piano Tutor to expand the teaching reach in SW London! 146 more words

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Lang Lang inspires - a special event for piano teachers

Lang Lang inspires: a special event for piano teachers
in association with Faber Music

When: Tuesday 14th March 5:15pm – 6pm

Where: The Royal College of Music, Prince Consort Rd, Kensington, London SW7 2BS… 177 more words

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