Where do you start?

Learning how to play the piano can be most easily compared to learning a new language. If you want to communicate freely, musically speaking, then it is important that you learn how to: 

  • Read

  • Write

  • Listen

  • Perform

  • Improvise

  • Practice the above

If you don't know how to read or write music but can improvise, then you'd be limited in your ability to access all of the musical stories that exist throughout the world. That said, the learning path you choose will always be decided by you. We will provide you with the required information and you and your piano teacher will set goals based upon your needs and aspirations.

What are great piano lessons?

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  • Lessons with a thoughtful, caring and patient approach in the right location

  • Piano lessons that are the right price (cheap isn't always good!)

  • Piano lessons that give you the tools to solve problems and practice at home

  • Lessons that will help you to achieve your goals and guide you to make new ones

  • Piano lessons that balance the above aspects of musicianship using materials you enjoy

Our piano lessons deliver on all of the above. The piano courses will improve all of these skills and more. We have piano teachers across Bristol who are chosen for their friendly nature as much as their musical ability. Our piano teachers will always aim to teach you what you like, whilst giving you the skills you need. 

 

Express yourself

Gabriel vs Donald Trump....

Your piano lessons should give you the tools to express yourself in new ways. Gabriel wrote this song and the words. 
It is so important to us that you can explore your feelings through the piano.
This can be done via the simplest of means. Simplicity and honesty are are formidable combination.

Are you the right age?

It is never too late for you to learn how to play the piano and despite what you might think adults will generally learn faster than kids. Every child is different but, almost always, young children learn to play the piano slower than people who are over 9 years old. Kids will need to be able to recognise the letters A-G and to count to 10. As a rough guide, we could safely say that a piano student needs to be between the ages of 3 and 139 to access the piano tuition but everyone is different.

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Can you learn anything you want?

Yes. They are your piano lessons. You decide what you'd like to learn to play with our guidance. We designed our piano courses because they provide you with a great structure for your learning. They give a beginner the skills needed to become a well rounded piano player. The ABRSM syllabuses are great for this too. We have a 100% pass rate in these. If the student has another goal in mind, then we will happily follow their lead and teach obscure jazz songs or perhaps a Disney medley. 

 

Which piano lessons are for you?

Children's piano lessons are designed for very young piano students. Toddlers from the age of 3 up to kids, who are aged 8 or 9. The other piano lessons are for students, who are over 8 years old; however, which route you choose is dependant on your experience.  

Children's piano lessons

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Ages: 3-9 yrs
Suggested length: 30 mins
Suggested course: Foundation
Previous experience: 0 years

Beginners’ piano lessons

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Age: 9 yrs+ 
Suggested length: 45 or 60 mins
Suggested course: Beginners
Previous experience: 0-2 years

Intermediate + Advanced

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Age: 9 yrs+ 
Suggested length: 60 mins
Suggested course: Take your pick!
Previous experience: 3 years + 

 

Piano tuition reviews

"Piano tuition at the bottom of my street"

"The beginners course is a blast. I’m improvising! I can’t believe it. I am practicing such a small amount but the progress has been surprising."

— Jonny, Age 45 - Bristol

"She is a very shy child but you make the piano lessons really work for her."

“It was scary but now it’s loads of fun”

— Latisha, Age 6 - Bristol

"Loving the piano lessons."

“I’ve been working on the beginners piano course for the past month and I am very impressed. I have already learnt how to play a 12 bar blues and he explains it so clearly. Delighted.”

— Jane, Age 32 - Bristol