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 […]
Tonal Families: Chord Substitution – Chapter 1
Tonal Families: Dominant and Subdominant – Chapter 2
We are all glad and happy to release and present the new series of articles written by our committed composition instructor for WKMT Blog.
Gisela Paterno, who we already talked about in previous posts and articles written by her, is now in charge […]
Approach to Jazz piano lessons
One popular request among piano students is to learn how to play Jazz. That request opens into a myriad of variables that as jazz piano teachers we should know how to structure before to describe and clarify to our students without overwhelming them with too much information, as Jazz music, and […]
Questions we received from students or parents about piano tuition
Questions we received from students or parents about piano tuition – II
Questions we received from students or parents about piano tuition – III
As piano teachers, our task is not only to provide piano lessons to the students but most times, we find ourselves facing other challenges […]
Tips for Practising and Sight Reading
Piano Lessons in London is now back with a new post. Guess about what? Yes, we talk about the piano, like what we are inspired by and enjoy the most.
This time, we bring a new post recently published on WKMT Blog, in which Anthony Elward, Senior piano tutor at our […]