Piano tuition in
Sutton Coldfield

Teaching piano and keyboards has been Nigel's vocation for over thirty years.

Make music
that matters.

Teaching piano and keyboards has been Nigel's vocation for over thirty years.

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Have you ever met anyone who has had piano lessons for years but can’t play you anything? I have. The problem seems to be that they have forgotten their old pieces and haven’t yet learnt their new pieces. How sad! Thats why I encourage students to keep playing the pieces they have been studying, these are their repertoire, the primary aim is not to collect distinction certificates, its to be able to play the piano, to build on repertoire to increase your ability to communicate on a musical level. Pieces learnt can be used to enter competitions, play in concerts or music festivals or to play to relatives and friends.

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Learn how to practise efficiently and you will save time and progress more quickly.

Here are some ways to squeeze the most out of your practising and avoid wasting time mindlessly playing through your pieces.

Practise makes PERMANENT

If you practise mistakes they become permanent.

Read your teachers practise instruction. Don’t trust your memory of the lesson.

Read more: Practising Tips