Group piano courses
Learning to play the piano in a group format is a very effective method to start learning the piano.
There are several advantages to learning in a group format such as learning from your fellow students and benefiting from aural training and in-depth musical theory (where applicable).
Groups take place in the City of London. There are between three to five individuals per group class.
Our piano group lessons in London are suitable for beginner learners and those with a little bit of experience.
If you are intermediate or advanced, we would recommend doing a one-to-one course instead.
At The London Piano Institute, 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. Our remarkable piano tutors are extremely flexible and know how to adapt in order to design the most suitable piano course and help you improve in the right direction.
Learn to play the piano in a group format with an excellent and friendly non-judgmental piano teacher!
In every lesson, you will learn something new and hone your newly found piano playing skills.
Your teacher will guide you in a non-judgmental fashion!
He or she will help you learn the names of the notes properly, teach you how to play scales and beautiful small classical pieces. You will also learn how to build chords and even compose your music!
Sometimes where appropriate you will also learn the basics of improvisation as well as duet playing.
Each class will leave you invigorated and ready to learn more!
Group are designed to be fun, interactive and also a great all-round educational experience!
Learning in a group is a very effective method of learning to play the piano.
For more details about why you should seriously consider studying the piano in a group format, please see our 10 reasons why you should consider group piano lessons.
Learn how to play the piano using the correct technique from day one
Learn to read music properly and memorise music notes without using rhymes or mnemonics
Create your own little songs and gain an understanding of how harmony and chords work
Play with other individuals in duet/trio and quartet format
Get a rock solid understanding of music theory
Make fantastic progress and make your dream of playing the piano a reality
Meet like-minded individuals who share a passion for playing the piano
Learn how to play music with others in a group setting
The group lessons are really specifically designed for beginner piano students or those who have played just a little.
It is a fabulous way of learning how to play the piano. It combines education in a social setting that is filled with learning adventures and fun!
It is simply a wonderful way to learn how to play the piano!
The London Piano Institute invites adults from all walks of life to study the piano and improve their skills in a wonderful environment that has been specially created for them. Whether you are an absolute beginner without any prior musical knowledge, an intermediate player or an advanced amateur pianist, you are welcome to join and improve your skills with highly qualified and experienced instructors.
Our piano lessons for adults take place weekly on a set day and time at our lovely premises, either Marylebone or the City of London.
The lessons are provided for either 30, 45 or 60 minutes, and our piano courses can be joined at any time during the year.
As various slots are available on working days up to 22:00 as well as on Saturdays, please contact our manager Stefan at email@example.com to select the most convenient day and time for you.
As all our piano lessons for adults are highly personalised and tailored to the needs and wishes of each, you are welcome to decide whether you would like to sit the ABRSM or Trinity graded examinations.
We totally understand that you play the piano for your pleasure and enjoyment so this decision is totally optional.
We do not follow a set syllabus but rather adapt to each of our students as everyone is different and requires special attention.
We require an initial three-month minimum commitment as studying for a shorter period would not be beneficial for you. After this initial period, your piano course will continue as per normal on a rolling monthly basis at a set time and day.
In case you need to stop your course, we do require a month’s notice.
You are also most welcome to book additional improvement or intensive lessons should you want to make faster progress or prepare for an examination or performance.
If you want to do longer weekly sessions such as 90 or 120 minutes per week, please do ask and we will do our best to arrange a course tailored to your requirements.
Frequently asked questions
How to enrol
It is very straightforward to enrol at The London Piano Institute by either contacting our manager Stefan Joubert directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or via our contact form. We will endeavour to get back to you within one or two working days.