Looking for piano lessons?
Whether you are looking to help your child develop the lifelong skill of playing the piano or an adult who wishes they had the opportunity to learn to play the piano when they were younger (or who wishes they didn’t give up playing) now is a great time to start piano lessons!
Louise offers individual piano lessons to children (from age 6), and adults. Lessons are based in Old Farm Park, MK7 Milton Keynes.
Absolutely anyone can learn to play the piano, and it’s certainly never too late to make a start. Read on to find out more.
LEARN TO READ AND UNDERSTAND MUSIC
EXPLORE DIFFERENT STYLES OF MUSIC
PREPARE FOR EXAMS IF YOU WISH (100% PASS RATE)
FEEL A SENSE OF ACHIEVEMENT
I would highly recommend Louise as a piano tutor for adults and children, beginners or more experienced pianists. As an adult beginner, I have been receiving lessons for about 2 years and have thoroughly enjoyed my experience. My teenage daughter also attends lessons to support her GCSE music study and she is at Grade 2 level. Louise is very knowledgeable and supportive as a teacher, and provides lots of technical information as-well as practical skills. I am so glad I took up piano playing and have the support of such a patient, talented tutor.Marie
This term I would like to say congratulations to two students who both sat ABRSM exams. Preparing for an exam is a lot of hard work, but a good opportunity to have an external validation of the level a student has achieved.
Daniel took his Prep Test, and received really positive comments from the examiner. The Prep test is does not receive a mark in the same way as other exams, instead the student receives a certificate with comments about their playing.
Angus achieved a merit in his Grade 2 exam with a mark of 124. This is a great achievement and very well-deserved.
This term we have held two performance groups, one for younger students and one for adults. This time, a particular highlight was that younger students wrote down positive comments about each other’s playing which were then shared with the performer.