Being an intermediate pianist means that you have now mastered the basics of piano playing, but you still have to develop your skills tremendously to become a highly skilled and proficient pianist.
You have attained a certain level of piano playing, but some pieces of the repertoire are still unaccessible to you due to some technical issues, and flaws in your sound production and interpretation.
It could be arduous to achieve absolute mastery of the piano on your own. (In fact it is highly improbable!)
The guidance, encouragement and recommendations of an experienced professional pianist are strongly needed to make your dreams become a reality.
At The London Piano Institute, our fantastic instructors have got the necessary skills and experience to evaluate your current abilities and determine which parts of your playing needs improvement, and which others are satisfactory.
Depending upon your background, you might have to focus on ameliorating your technique, or your sound production.
For others, weaknesses would be found in their understanding of theory.
Every intermediate pianist is different, and requires a specific instruction based on the knowledge acquired to date.
Learning how to organise your practice sessions more efficiently is also terribly helpful, as pieces usually increase in duration as their difficulties increase.
Proper planning and preparation will certainly save you a large amount of time, and offer you to the possibility of practising more advanced pieces even if the time that you can dedicate to your daily piano progress is limited.
You will then obtain outstanding results in a short period of time, and enjoy your new piano skills within a limited and short period of time.
The journey of moving from an intermediate pianist to an advanced pianist is not an easy one.
It requires dedication, persistence, zeal and zest along with excellent education.
That is where the London Piano Institute excels.
We know how to take you from where you are today to where you have always wanted to be!
Our piano lessons for intermediate classical pianists are structured in a way that makes learning easy.
Your piano lessons will take place each and every week at the same time with an outstanding pianist. (Master or senior instructor)
In addition to your weekly piano lessons (where you will learn great secrets of piano playing), you can also benefit from our monthly masterclasses and regular student concerts.
You will learn how to control your performance and how to ‘own’ the stage.
All of this requires tremendous education and musical input.
At the London Piano Institute we do not cut corners.
We simply help you achieve your ultimate goal – that of becoming an excellent pianist.
So if you are an intermediate pianist looking to seriously improve your piano technique in a short period of time and move unto advanced repertoire, then the London Piano Institute is the place for you!