Full Analysis of Haydn Sonata Nr 7
If you are a piano student who is interested in performing this Sonata or perhaps a piano tutor who is currently teaching this piece or maybe you would like to do it in the future, this article written by Mtra. Gisela Paterno is the right for you.
These analyses are […]
Did you know the names of the best pianists in the world, now and from the past?
This question is what we aim to answer through this new post, and article published by Iris Kreiman for WKMT Blog. Click on the link aforementioned to read the full article.
Several times, we speak about piano and pianists, but […]
Complete Guide for Jazz Piano Beginners
WKMT keeps on designing useful, interesting and exciting courses and pieces of advice for all those music connoisseurs interested in music. Different topics and subjects to learn from, and to become a master with.
If you are a student of ours, you will be notified by your WKMT Accredited piano teacher. […]
Let’s start with the Why?
Why every single piano teacher makes their piano students practice scales every day?
It can be for fun, we presume. No, it is not. Scales are the foundation of every piece of music, and by practicing them, we gain many positive assets. Let us see in detail what we obtain from practicing scales every day:
For piano teachers that already play Classical music, this is a question that we don’t ask ourselves. The reason is that we already are in love with this style and we feel very passionate about it. Music is part of our lives, and we consider Classical music to be the ultimate expression, the most refined way that […]
Haydn piano concerto in F Hob XVIII:3 was composed by the Maestro in 1771.
A jewel of classical music. An example of a fine and elegant classical piano concerto should be made.
The concertos written by Joseph Haydn for piano are masterpieces of how classical music was thought and perceived for that while. Refined pieces created to […]
We are excited for the breaking news we bring today.
WKMT has just launched its new website for piano lessons in Glasgow and Scotland in general. Click here for more info.
Thanks to the success and great amount of applications from 2019 to start learning the piano in our studios, we have decided to look further and […]
Learning how to write a melody with WKMT
Melodies live among us in our daily lives. From morning to evening, we cannot escape their influence; we listen to songs to train in the gym, to study, to relax, or special events such as concerts that gather many people with a single purpose: to enjoy the beauty […]
Sight-reading for beginners
WKMT have recently published a new post on their famous music blog in which the main topic is sight-reading.
Alvaro Sisti, Senior piano teacher at WKMT London piano studios, is the person behind this new professional advice for all those students who would need or be interested in a professional and helpful advice on […]
keeping music in the schools.
Should music be a subject in secondary schools?
Piano lessons London brings a new essay written by one of our Senior piano teachers, Panayiotis Tsitsaros.
Due to the recent news of removing Music as a subject from all secondary schools in the UK, the reactions to it have come out quicker than expected. […]