What are the ingredients of the Music?
The five contributing elements in Musical Analysis
Generally, when we talk about music, we find ourselves focusing just on the melody, or a chord that called our attention, or maybe a characteristic rhythm, but if we want to understand the complexity of a piece we should go much further.
One of […]
The most famous Piano Sonatas.
Analysing Beethoven Sonatas
We are back with a new post, and what a post! This time, we talk about the famous piano sonatascomposed by the Maestro L.Beethoven. Alvaro Sisti, one of our London piano teachers, has recently written an article in which he explores and analyses the top nine piano sonatas of […]
Learning the benefits of doing more than one musical instruments
It is quite common for any person who studies one instrument for a long time to get curious or interested in another one, especially if they can be connected or they complement it other, such cases can be common in singing and piano, guitar and piano, […]
Piano teachers in London
WKMT comes back with a new interesting post on their blog.
This time, our Senior piano instructor, Sabrina Curpanen, who has been with us for the last four years by now, talks about her experiences.
Yes, her experience as a musician and tutor in London. How she combines work, performance and personal life, to […]
Piano lessons in London for beginners
Calling all beginner piano students in London, and all those looking for starting playing the piano.
WKMT has recently brought a new article especially elaborated for you all. London is currently one of the best fields where to learn the piano and where a higher amount of people is getting into […]
Analyzing ABRSM and Trinity Syllabuses
Have you heard about these two official examiners? If you are thinking of learning any musical instrument and work towards Grades, you should read this article to better understand the syllabus of each examiner.
Thanks to Sabrina, one of our Senior piano tutors at WKMT London, who decided to create this post […]
Scaramuzza technique: Negative Movements
Piano students are taught from the beginning how to “produce” a rounded and beautiful sound on the piano, but its preparation is often left unclear or ambiguous by Piano Tutors. This article will try to shed some light on the matter.
What entails the negative movement? Essentially, this is the movement that we […]
Grade 1 and Pre-grade Syllabus
One of the most common questions we get as piano tutors in London is when our piano students are ready to start Grade 1 according to the ABRSM Syllabus. In this particular situation, we should contemplate many parameters that have to be taken into an account before considering the preparation of […]
London Piano Festival
The most awaited date of the year has now been released by WKMT. Our IX Edition of the Music Festivals is arranged for June 15th in London.
The time flies, but successfully. It has been five years since we started with our Music Festivals, we are now in the 9th edition, and we will […]