From Heart and Soul to Chopsticks to something more advanced like Adele’s Someone Like You, learning to play the piano is a skill that requires discipline, precision, and a good set of hands. It also needs a fantastic teacher who possesses patience and the ability to adapt their teaching to the student.
No matter where you are on your piano journey, the teacher at Eastern Suburbs Piano Lessons can help you become better in your new pastime. You’re in safe hands as the instructor is a winner of the 2014 Gallipoli Song contest, has worked with many famous soloists as a composer, and has over ten years of teaching experience
You’re never too old to learn new tricks, and Piano Promise will help prove that to you. With several trained pianists, musicologists, and educators, your teacher will not only teach you how to play the piano but mentor you to help build your confidence that will showcase your newfound talent.
Melody Music Lessons have one goal. To make learning the piano fun. With students aged from 4 to 81, they offer a range of learning options, including using tools such as flashcards, sticker charts, prizes, and event certificates to motivate their pupils in achieving their goals.
Offering private piano lessons from a former Director of Music at The Emanual School in Sydney, Bondi Piano Lessons can tutor beginners, past players, and even current players. They hope to share their love and appreciation of the art of music with all of their students and family members.