Piano Lessons

Want to learn to play the piano in relaxed and informal environment with a supportive and encouraging teacher ? If so, you have come to the right place.

Piano Lessons

Learning to play any instrument is fun, but the piano tops them all in my opinion. But I would say that wouldn’t I?

Practising

Playing music is a completely new skill, a bit like learning a new language. It requires fine motor skills in a way that very few other things do. To make progress, you will need to practise. However, this doesn’t have to mean that you need to spend hours at the piano. Ten minutes a day is enough to start you off.

Online Lessons

Lessons can also be via Zoom. As we were all forced to reconsider how we communicated with each other over the last few months, piano lessons went online too.

“Emily is friendly, encouraging and patient. Her lessons are the perfect mix of theory and learning tunes so that as a complete beginner on the piano, I really feel that I am making progress.”

— Catherine J.

“Emily is a very inspiring and supportive teacher. I decided to take up piano lessons in my 60’s partly because I needed a new hobby. I was sent to piano lessons as a boy and reached the dizzy heights of grade 4. As I have not practised for years, however, I had picked up a lot of bad playing habits and no way am I now at grade 4. Emily has been very patient with me, encouraging me to get back to basics. I would thoroughly recommend her to anyone thinking about taking up the piano at whatever level. Emily would welcome new pupils young or old.

— Rev. Bruce T