Piano Lessons & Piano Teachers

Check out these popular Piano Teachers offering private lessons, group classes, and courses. Each of our listed Piano teachers have been chosen carefully according to their qualifications and experience. They are looking forward to helping you with Piano lessons and classes!

 

Beginner to Advanced Lessons – GCSE – A-Level – Grades 1-8 – Casual Learners

STARTS AT Private Classes £40.00 / 60 Mins Group Classes £40.00 / Session
London-based Sergio Lopez- Figueroa has a holistic approach to making music. Not only does he teach the technical aspects of music such as sight-reading and aural training, he encourages students to compose their own music and exploring their physical, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual relationship with sound and music. Suitable for those with little to no musica ...
Sergio Lopez Figueroa Your Place Your Place Student Place 2.0 Miles
STARTS AT Private Classes £40.00 / 60 Mins
KeyLessons provides one-on-one musical tuition in the comfort of your home so lessons are convenient and comfortable for you. We have competitive rates and extraordinary teachers to make your learning fun, flexible and catered to your learning needs. All our teachers have DBS(CRB) checks regularly and are all registered with examination boards to enter you into exams ...
Key Lessons Your Place Your Place
STARTS AT Private Classes £25.00 / 60 Mins
Most people think that learning to play the piano is difficult, but it's not that hard. Once you do it you'll actually enjoy and achieve more than you think you will. I've been playing for about 17 years; I'm a classically trained pianist with a diploma from the Conservatory of Music of Paris. I've also played piano, keyboard, and synthesizer ...
Keyvan Le Roux Your Place Your Place Student Place 4.0 Miles

About Piano Lessons

One of the most popular lessons to take is piano lessons. If tickling the ivories has always been your dream, it’s never too late to start! Learning to play the piano is great for understanding music theory and composition. Not only will you be able to play a lot of solo pieces, eventually you can also apply what you learn on the piano when tackling other instruments. Get started with piano lessons immediately by contacting on of our excellent instructors at Classes A to Z!

 

Piano Trivia

  • The piano is known as The King of Instruments for various reasons, including its tonal range, being able to produce both melody and accompaniment at the same time, and broad dynamic range.
  • The working section of a piano is made up of about 7500 working parts.
  • The piano is a hybrid of a string and percussion instrument. However, it is generally classified as a percussion instrument as it makes sounds when a hammer hits a string.
  • There are three primary types of piano: Grand, Vertical/Upright, and Electronic.
  • Despite being referred to as the “ivories”, piano keys have no longer been made out of ivory since the 1940s. This is in order to protect endangered resources.


How to find Piano lessons near you

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Finding the right Piano lessons for you couldn't be easier! All you need to do is enter the type of music lesson you need private tuition for in the Type of Lesson search box, enter your Area or Postcode in the subsequent box, and click Search. For Piano lessons in London enter Piano as the lesson type and London or your postcode in the area section then click Search.

Tutors who offer Piano lessons in London will appear, along with a brief description, the types of lessons they offer, and icons that show whether the tutor offers home tuition, online lessons, or teaches at their own home.

For more information on a particular teacher, click View Profile. This will show you the tutor's history, qualifications, and even feedback from their students. The purpose of this information is to ensure that they are the tutor you're looking for!

Online Piano Lessons Available

Using technology to your advantage is a great way to minimize time wasted on traveling and take advantage of the growing trend of online learning. You will still be learning from a live Piano tutor, but you'll be doing it via Skype!

All you need is a desktop, laptop, or tablet with a working camera, microphone, and speakers, and internet with minimum speed of 1Mbps for download and 0.5Mbps for upload. You will also need to be in a quiet room to ensure that you can have your Piano lessons online without any interruptions. Never again will you have to miss your Piano lessons even when you're on a holiday!

Tutors offering online Piano lessons will have the Online icon on their profile.

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