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  • 17 Aug 2017

    Should music be compulsory?

    Should music be compulsory?   Vesela Nasheva explores the idea referring some resources in our article recently released. What do you think? Should it be? Or just a volunteer act depending on someone's ambitions and aptitudes? Read the full article here: http://www.piano-composer-teacher-london.co.uk/single-post/Should-music-be-compulsory
  • 10 Aug 2017

    Passion and Piano by Sabrina Curpanen

    Sabrina Curpanen, our Senior piano teacher, talks about her summer experience in London. Commitment and passion related in this article and the life of many pianists and musicians. Read the full article here and get in touch with the opportunities WKMT gives to pianists! http://www.piano-composer-teacher-london.co.uk/single-post/Living-cassical-life-in-London
  • 08 Aug 2017

    Expanding our chord “colour pallet” with Modal Interchange: Part II

    modal interchange: learn how to use it. Gisela Paterno, in her previous article (link below), talked about how useful Modal Interchange is when composing and teaching. Now, in her new article, explains how to use it by some examples. Read the full article here: http://www.piano-composer-teacher-london.co.uk/single-post/Modal-Interchange-How-to-use-it Previous article:  http://www.piano-composer-teacher-london.co.uk/single-post/Modal-interchange-or-borrowed-chord
  • 02 Aug 2017

    Making friends via music lessons

    Making friends via music tuition Vesela Nasheva explores a recent survey about how music lessons could improve our social skills and help us to make friends and interesting new relationships. That is the meaning and purpose we want to propose and reach in our music tuition at WKMT. Read the full article here: http://www.piano-composer-teacher-london.co.uk/single-post/Making-friends-via-Music-lessons
  • 01 Aug 2017

    Artificial Intelligence making music

    Alex Lopez digs into the new idea of Artificial Intelligence behind some music compositions. The latest song created by machines and what that might mean for the future of the music world. Read here the full article and get in touch with the latest articles related: http://www.piano-composer-teacher-london.co.uk/single-post/Artificial-Inteligence-making-music
  • 01 Aug 2017

    Eating piano scores by J. Rezzuto

    Maestro Juan J. Rezzuto is the person behind this such an interesting article. He explains how he feels nowadays musically speaking, and being an example of how musicians can feel too. He defines it as Musical Abstinence and his solution: Eating piano scores. Read the full article here and get in touch with this latest advice! http://www.piano-composer-teacher-london.co.uk/single-post/Eating-piano-scores
  • 28 Jul 2017

    Sight reading as a pleasure!

    Sight reading - a must challenge. Alex MaClean, our piano teacher, gives her point of view regarding the Sight Reading process. We should not forget this point when learning the piano, as it provides us with such great and interesting skills. In this article, Alex advises us on how to get it as a pleasure.   Read the full […]