Learning piano is in large part about the practise you do during the week, between lessons, to prepare your lesson material. While we can certainly arrange a first initial lesson for you, it won't be worthwhile having a second lesson unless you have access to an instrument to practise on.
Buying a piano:
Either a real acoustic piano or a keyboard/digital piano would be suitable. If you prefer a digital piano, we recommend purchasing an instrument with the full 88 keys and a weighted action (sometimes called hammer action).
Click here to find out more about Piano Teachers Connect's recommended pianos and keyboards, and to buy a piano online.
Renting a piano:
Ideally, students should have a piano or digital piano at home to practise on. If you don't want to invest in purchasing an instrument, it is possible to hire one in the beginning.Click here for more information about piano rentals
Practising at a piano studio:
It is also possible to practise at piano practise studios, available at hourly rates (and sometimes even free at libraries).
Click here for more information on piano practise rooms.
Which options best describe the styles of music you or the student(s) may be interested in learning or improving on?
Would you (or the student) like to have lessons in your (or their) own home?
What is the post code of your (or the student's) workplace (if you are interested in having lessons near work)?
If there are any other locations in your city that would be convenient for you (or the student) to travel to please list them for us here.
All of our students begin with one lesson booking, to meet their teacher before deciding whether to continue on with weekly lessons.
Please select three possible times for a first initial lesson (at least one week in the future).