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Piano lessons for children 4 to 12 years old

Advanced, beginner, intermediate

We introduce children to the happiness of music. Developed for children aged 4 years old and above, our program is detailed, organized and relaxing. Our aim is to provide the natural enjoyment of music in our students and to lay the groundwork for those who wish to play piano or engaged to other instruments.

We have selected our music instructors very carefully to ensure that your children will learn all the correct techniques from their first hours spent. Depending upon your wishes, we can either help your children work on their grade examinations or offer them a more flexible music education.

Piano lessons for teenagers

Advanced, beginner, intermediate

Many teenagers sadly stop playing the piano for various reasons. For some, it is because they are not interested in classical music anymore and want to move on to pop or jazz music.

We are always supportive of whatever the music genre they wish to explore. We are equally happy to help them improve their competences in classical, pop or jazz piano. We strictly work with outstanding piano instructors who have a passion for teaching teenagers. Playing the piano is undoubtedly a fantastic activity, as getting involved in the music world can help relieve the stress and frustrations that can accompany the adolescence.

One to one piano courses

Advanced, beginner, intermediate

 Our excellent one to one piano courses are perfect for every individual and every student, from total beginners to experienced amateur pianists with our previous know- how. They are are supplied by highly trained and experienced piano teachers.

We are proud to be able to provide an outstanding one to one piano instruction to adults from all levels and abilities, whether they are interested in studying classical, jazz or pop piano.

Classical piano courses

Advanced, beginner, intermediate

Whether you are interested in learning Mozart, Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Rachmaninov or Debussy, we will offer you expert guidance in classical piano playing.

Open to all adults, from absolute beginners without any prior musical background, to advanced amateur pianists, our classical piano courses are suitable for those who wish to improve their technical skills and develop their understanding of the interpretation of baroque, classical, romantic or modern composers.

Pop piano course

Advanced, beginner, intermediate

Playing pop piano is greatly enjoyable and is certainly a fantastic genre to learn! We would like to offer you an immense chance in a simple setting where you can make your piano dreams reality to play your favorite songs with remarkable Pop Piano Professors

Special note for absolute beginners – Please do not worry if you are an absolute beginner with no prior musical experience. Our piano instructors are extremely patient and understanding.

Jazz piano course

Advanced, beginner, intermediate

Playing jazz piano requires a specific set of skills. The main principles remain whether you are interested in Swing Jazz, Be-Bop or Cool Jazz. You will study both the secrets of outstanding jazz chord progressions and beautiful licks that will enable you to improvise astonishingly well!

Whether you have never played before, wish to discover this new style as a pianist or improve your current jazz piano skills.

Rock piano course

Advanced, beginner, intermediate

Our fantastic adult piano courses are delivered by outstanding teachers who are exceptional in their profession and who hold all the requisite skills to help you become a rock pianist of your dreams!

Blues piano course

Advanced, beginner, intermediate

Offered by great piano teachers, thanks to our exceptional expertise in blues piano teaching, you will certainly benefit from the critical piano lessons required to make your blues dreams come true!


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Tips for students, parents and teachers

The student should undersatnd their roles and responsibility. Parents are involved quite a lot by supporting them. We have written tips to provide pupils, parents and teachers with an appreciation for working together happily an effectively. Please take a moment to read our tips, guides and FAQs

We live in a culture in which many people are seeking immediate, or at least very fast, gratification. Learning a musical instrument is a long-term undertaking based on the concept of 'delayed gratification.' That's to say, a lot of work usually needs to be done before a lot comes out. Learning to delay gratification is a vital part of development as a human being. But if you, as a parent, are prepared to spend time with your child, to be involved in their practice and progress, then they will achieve many wonderful benefits.

There is a clear connection between music education and the creation of skills that children need to be successful in their lives. Self-discipline, endurance, flexibility, concentration, and capacity to memorize and focus are all improved by the study of music. These skills are going to accompany your child on whatever path they chooses in life. The most significant contribution you will make as a parent is to sit down with your child when training. Children are usually unable to plan a practice session on their own, so your feedback is crucial. Your involvement comes in the form of family outings for concerts and other musical events, purchasing records of unique works or performers for your music-learning, etc. Such gestures can be seen as motivation, and your child can enjoy them. If, as parents, you want to be part of their musical creation, these are some ways to do it, though some of you already do.

We invite you to schedule time to explore every aspect of your child's musical growth at any time as a good relationship between parents and school is at the heart of all that we want to achieve at the Peterson Piano Institute.

Music creation must be one of the most enjoyable things on earth. However, learning to play an instrument can be less fun. We also need help to persevere when our success appears beyond our control. We need to learn that we're doing better today than we did yesterday.

It is vital that music is performed and is not just a matter to be read and remembered. In the same way, focusing primarily on three or four tests does not mean working. Far from it, performing requires practicing a lot of music and, preferably, a wide variety of musical styles. Students are encouraged to cultivate a valuable and lifelong interest in music. They will spend their time engaged in fun and useful musical performances outside the exam room.

The Peterson Piano Institute offers opportunities for the growth of musical interests in both performance and theory. Your development will be tracked to ensure that your growth in musical knowledge and skill continues to evolve to the highest standard, whether you choose to pursue music as a profession or a hobby. We have chosen a large number of trained teachers who offer individual lessons to build the right professional and friendly atmosphere. We assume that success in music can be accomplished through pleasure and determination. We are here to encourage and assist you in all facets of music education

Music is all about understanding and enjoyment. Whereas school students spend their times full of learning, homework, classes etc., music may be an opportunity to relax. When the children succeed, parents feel good but not all children are the same. Children experience different forms of distress, stress and anxiety among their own school friends, parents and elders. Let them take it in their direction when it comes to music. Don't make them compete with others. Music is not competition, on the other hand is about sharing. Often adults can be too ambitious without knowing this and the child is pushed into the adult world. Unable to regain the lost childhood! If it is friendly and enjoyable, childhood learning is often much more effective. Music is a tool that naturally has these effects.

Music is relaxing and uplifting when listening, but is more difficult when it comes to learning. Music provides many benefits for the student especially in young children, psychologists and research reports suggest. Some of these advantages include trust building, character development and discipline.

The student should be permitted to play all kinds of music, from traditional to pop. It will offer the student some motivation, particularly if they can learn their favourite pop tunes. It's a time of experimentation when they can freely apply their ideas. This will be a strong contrast to their classical repertoire and a good fit in their education in music. The musical exploration of the student can not be created, it is only through proper preparation, a well-planned program, and if they can wave warmly on their journey, they will always remember their early days with you, which gave them the foundation for the rest of their musical life.

• Always work on a schedule.
• Consider what needs to be done during each practice time
• Short parts, practiced slowly and carefully, are often more effective than longer passages, provided less consideration.
• Often start with 'difficult pieces' instead of starting from the beginning.
• Change the job to prevent boredom, to have other, maybe simpler, pieces to hand.
• Often practice playing straight through, finding trouble spots and returning to them later.
• Be mindful of the pulse-it's dangerously easy to slow down in rough corners.
• Know when to stop, please. Focused work for a short time is better than a longer period of play.
• Practice makes perfect!
• If you can't play slowly, you can't play quickly
• The only way to learn how to sight read is to sight read.
• Pedal your mouth! (Generally speaking, just for obvious reasons applies to pianists)
• Love what you're playing-a varied diet is important
• When you've done listening, listen to a couple more.
• When you get stuck-stop-go back later and try again.
• Fill every minute of practice with 60 seconds of focus
• Train in small pieces
• Practice the entire 'performance' experience – play your test pieces with friends and family so you can encounter a few emotions and learn how to deal with them.
• Stop training if you feel any physical discomfort or pain.


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