Piano is the ultimate instrument in terms of skill and demand: Two hands have to play together simultaneously while navigating 88 keys. They can play up to 10 notes at a time. To manage all those options, pianists have to develop a totally unique brain capacity.
However, everyone has to start at the beginning. Sign up now to start learning the basics of multitasking your way through the piano.
What are the requirements?
You will need either a piano or a keyboard and a music book that will be on your enrolment confirmation.
It is suggested that you also get a metronome app.
You will not need to bring your keyboard to lessons.
What am I going to get out of the lessons?
You will learn the keys on the keyboard and where to place your fingers when you play.
You will build fantastic hand-eye co-ordination as you use both hands to play the music you read without looking at them.
You will learn to read both treble and base clefs at the same time.
As you progress through the levels, you will learn how to read all notes and understand different types of rhythm.
What is the recommended age for learning the recorder?
Piano lessons are for anyone from 4 to 104. You don’t even have to know music before taking lessons, just a willingness to learn how to play an instrument.
Could your child be the next big ...er...little piano player?