Say hello to your piano teachers in Brighton and Hove:
Kevin Matthews - is focused on supporting the piano teachers and students by providing new piano courses, training, systems and guidance. His aim is to guarantee quality whilst improving and expanding the tuition in Brighton & Hove and beyond.
Paul Hunter - has been running Brighton piano school with a wonderful charm and humour. He is an excellent piano teacher, who is kind and honest. He has a Masters in composition and is magnificently focused and innovative.
What makes a great piano teacher?
- A person with a thoughtful, caring and patient approach
- A piano teacher with great materials to teach all aspects of piano skill
- A teacher who knows how to use these materials to achieve your goals
- Someone with experience who can give you guidance when you need it
- A piano specialist with a high level of performance skill
What type of piano teacher do we offer Brighton & Hove?
- Someone who is kind, thoughtful and nurturing
- A reliable professional who is trained in our piano courses and teaching methods
- A piano teacher local to you in the Brighton and Hove area
- Someone who will listen to what you want to learn and knows how to teach it to you
- A piano teacher with a real piano & a home studio in Brighton
- A Brighton piano teacher who has performed or studied to a degree standard
Brighton Piano School
Our careful selection of Brighton piano teachers are piano specialists with many years of experience. We believe in inspiring our piano students to fall in love with music. All of our Brighton piano teachers are enthusiastic and experienced. They will listen, advise and help you to realise your piano aspirations.
Featured piano teachers
Vadim - lives by the clocktower and has been with us a while. He is a superb performer and a wonderful piano teacher. He's quite a celebrity around Brighton & Hove and is also know as the Mellow Zebra.
Sarah - lives in Hove and is a a very experienced piano teacher. She has studied extensively and is a calm and patient person.
Jamie - has recently joined the Brighton piano school and lives in Hove. He has been so easy to work with. A great guy and a fantastic musician. We're very lucky to have him with us.
Ed - plays in a wonderful band called Phoria who you should go and see if you can. He lives near five ways in a beautiful house. A great pianist and a great piano teacher
More about your piano teacher in Brighton & Hove
Our careful selection of Brighton piano teachers are all piano specialists with many years of experience. We believe in encouraging our piano students so that they are inspired practice.
Your Brighton based piano teacher will have an impressive cv and decades of experience providing piano tuition for beginners and top piano players a like. We've been awarded music scholarships to top piano schools, colleges and universities and have extensive experience of working professionally within the musical sector for renowned companies. Your Brighton & Hove piano teacher will be thoughtful, patient and down to earth. We will provide you with the skills to play anything that you might want to learn and an insight into a wide range of other styles and genres too.
Where will your piano teacher be?
The piano lessons will be held in your piano teacher's home studio in Brighton & Hove or subject to availability and distance, in your home. Tell us your postcode and we'll find a lovely piano teacher near you. We do teach outside of Brighton & Hove but most of our piano teachers are from Brighton & Hove and it's surrounding suburbs. Places like Hanover, Hove, Kemptown, 5 ways, 7 dials, Hangleton and Lewes road. We always try to make sure our piano teachers have either got parking available or it's no more than a £1. That's why the town centre can be a bit tricky.
Piano teacher reviews
Another wonderful piano student
Level when Grace joined PLUK: Beginner
Time with PLUK: 1 year
Level: Studying for Grade 2
What do you like about your teacher?
I love Paul's enthusiasm for the piano and for music in general. We get to talk about different classical pieces and he recommends music for me to listen to.
I also think that he is a very skilled teacher when it comes to recognising where I struggle with different pieces or techniques, I often find that in the days following a lesson my playing becomes noticibly better after I've put into practice his recommendations. Initially I thought that perhaps having a lesson every single week would be too much but I honestly get a great deal of value out of the lessons and they are always productive. I also find Paul flexible in terms of changing up the lessons so we focus on different things and it doesn't get repetitive. He is also happy for us to work towards the Grades as he knows I like the structure, overall I just find that he is a very intuative teacher. It's been a little over a year now that I have been having lessons and we're working towards my Grade 2. I can't believe I've actually come this far and my piano lessons remain one of the favourite parts of my week.
What do you like about the course so far?
I really enjoyed the beginners intro course that we started with, it was a great all round introduction to everything. We've moved onto working towards the grades now and I love having the structure of a syllabus to work towards.
Would you recommend your teacher to someone else? If so why?
Yes, I definiatley would and I very often do. Even after Paul moved a little further out of town, I am happy to make the journey to visit and wouldn't consider changing teacher.
What do you enjoy about studying with the school and Paul generally?
It's such good fun and I get a wonderful sense of achievement out of it. Paul is also a lovely guy and I really enjoy the occasional lesson where we will delve a little more into the theory behind things and just get to talk about the beauty of music and how mathematical it is.
"Thanks for all your efforts."
"Your work helped me get distinction in my grade 1 piano exam. I can't believe how much my hands were shaking. Felt so good afterwards!"
- Janet, Brighton
"Great piano tuition."
"The twins are starting to miss the piano when we go away. Must be a good sign"
- Eleanor, Hove
"Looks like I can play after all."
"Just played the Chopin for my wife as a valentines warm up. Felt very snazzy! Looking forward to my daughter's wedding for phase two of my performances. Fingers crossed. Thank you so much"
- Ken, Brighton