May 25, 2017
We are delighted to announce that Bashema Hall is teaching piano and keyboard for us in the Bristol area. Bashema gives your first lesson for FREE, then lessons start from just £12. She teaches beginners through to advance levels and all ages are welcome from kids to adults.
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April 15, 2017
My Keyboard Lessons is expanding and we need another sales person to help contact our tutors. We are a music teaching business with a proven track record, that’s fun to work for and deals with singers, guitarists, drummers and pianists. There is certainly the potential to earn good money from... Read More >
March 28, 2017
This exercise is all about making sure that you deliberately interrupt the muscular memory. You play a predetermined section (a bar, a phrase, or a bigger section) and imagines the next section with the hands removed from the keyboard before rejoining the keyboard and playing the next section. It... Read More >
March 8, 2017
Heres a great tip for moving your piano and keyboard skills on to the next level – Set goals. These might be short-term goals (what you want to achieve in this practice session, what you want to achieve by the end of the week, and so on). You may want to consider working towards an exam (My... Read More >
March 1, 2017
We are delighted to announce that piano teacher Svaja Radvila has joined My Keyboard lessons to teach several muscial instruments including the piano. She has over 7 years of experience working at London music schools as well as privately teaching pupils to play piano, saxophone, clarinet and flute.... Read More >
January 16, 2017
Is this really a crazy idea? Read on and we think you will change your mind on this trick. It may seem perverse to play a line from memory with one finger, but it is a marvelous tool for checking if the music is in the aural/analytic memories or merely in the muscular. If it is only in the muscular... Read More >
January 3, 2017
We have an amazing New Years January sale offer running throughout the Month so join up as a teacher and receive New Years discount. My Keyboard Lessons are giving away a massive 50% membership discount to any new Keyboard tutors who sign up to our services during the month of January 2017.
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December 27, 2016
Why wouldn’t you rehearse your piano skills correctly. We all fall into become mundane and tired of practicing but remember that ‘practice makes permanent’ – any wrong notes, bad fingerings, and stumbles you make repeatedly will soon become ingrained and will be next to impossible to correct... Read More >
December 10, 2016
Do you stick to what you have learn’t or taught in the past on piano? Write in a fingering and stick to it. Try out a few possibilities and then choose the fingering that best suits your hand, remembering that the fingerings in printed editions are just suggestions.
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November 24, 2016
How do you practice piano. We suggest that you isolate problem areas. There are often one or two trouble spots in each piece that need special care and attention, and extra practicing. Identify these and mark them in your score (I like to use a square bracket). As you master these places, you can... Read More >
August 1, 2016
Joy Hardy is a talented pianist, guitarist, composer who blogs about winning a commissioning opportunity with Kew Gardens, who have selected her to compose a piece of music to help young people engage with the importance of wildflowers in our environment and much more.
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June 8, 2016
Can you write music for TV and Movie adverts? If so we have had an urgent brief come through from a large corporate company looking for music for a shoe advert. Final entries need to be sent over by 17.00 BST (UK) 8th June, so be QUICK! Upbeat, optimistic, fresh and really makes you want to dance.... Read More >
May 26, 2016
We have a stunning musical experience for you this Year. We plan to take up to 12 of our tutors and their students to visit Handel’s and Jimi Hendrix’s flat in Brook Street in London which has just recently opened. After that we will be going on to a secure vault buried deep below central London... Read More >
May 12, 2016
We are delighted to announce that Tera Stimec from Selly Park in Birmingham is now teaching piano with us. She has a Degree in Classical Music and has a DBS Certificate for teaching children and adults. Her lessons are available for all ages and all levels from beginners to advanced.
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April 22, 2016
We are delighted to announce our new piano tutor based in Merseyside, Matthew Whalley. Matthew has 8 years experience teaching piano and keyboard to children, adults and beginners through to advance and his first lesson is FREE. He has a BA Hons. Music and Popular Music Diploma... Read More >