The statistics are shocking but seriously true: 90% of all new students starting the piano will give up learning the piano after only four months. The primary reason for this is that the level of instruction received was simply not adequate enough. Teaching the piano is not only a matter of conveying information, it is far more than that.
It includes personal motivation, goal setting, keeping your head above the water and having the ability to persevere when the going gets tough. Only an excellent piano instructor is able to guide and motivate you through each and every circumstance. At the London Piano Institute, we provide you with the singularly best dedicated piano instruction in the UK, specifically designed for adults.
Learning the correct technique from day one is absolutely imperative.
Studying with the wrong teacher will inevitably lead to the re-learning of some or (in the worst case scenario) all of your piano technique. 90% of all new learners gave up playing for precisely the reason mentioned above.
The most significant factor in your piano learning is motivation. The formula 80% psychology and 20% skill still holds true today. Your mindset and motivation are unquestionably key to learning how to play the piano successfully for the long term.
Regardless of whether you want to play classical, pop or jazz, learning the piano can be a daunting task. It’s almost certain that you won’t enjoy lasting success without proper motivation from the perfect piano teacher.
Our piano instructors have an impressive track record when it comes to teaching you the piano. We guarantee you will be in capable hands and receive weekly motivation!
We’re incredibly passionate about what we do! Our mission is to teach the love of music and help you develop a passion for playing the piano.
With us, you will learn how to play the piano in an atmosphere perfectly designed for you! At the London Piano Institute, you won’t find any children, no it’s all dedicated to you to help you learn the piano more effectively.
We know that your greatest frustration as a beginner is finding a suitable learning centre where you can genuinely feel at home and welcomed even though you have never played the piano before.
The VAST MAJORITY of schools and teachers prefer teaching if you already play the piano for at least three years. They find teach you incredibly frustrating if you are a beginner due to the extra care involved in helping you learn the foundations of the piano.
At this level, of playing you will need ADDITIONAL MOTIVATION and SUPPORT and most teachers are either unaware of that fact, or they just do not want to make the effort.
At the London Piano Institute, we are committed to devoting whatever assistance is needed to help you understand the piano properly. On top of that we always strive to make learning fun regardless of your current level.
Increase your popularity and meet new friends at our regular musical evenings specifically designed for your enjoyment. Participate in non-judgemental performances, where you can have the opportunity to express yourself and play your favourite piano composition in front of your colleagues.
You can also choose to be a listener and enjoy the evening while you listen to your friends perform.
(Don’t worry we will never make you play in front of others if it’s not your cup of tea!)
Taking part in our friendly performances will most certainly have it’s perks – you will increase your popularity and be the talk of the town once your friends find out!
Get a bespoke learning plan tailored to your musical goals and wishes and enjoy the privilege of having your own personal ‘piano concierge’ following your progress on a week-by-week basis.
With the London Piano Institute, there is no need to worry about becoming a better piano player, it’s all taken care of with an action plan developed for you!
In essence, we remove the word ‘stress’ from your piano lessons.
Discover your own hidden talents and be pleasantly surprised at just how talented you assuredly are!
We will help you eliminate popular piano myths such as ‘you are too old to play’ or ‘you are simply not talented enough’. In fact, we can’t stand ignorant clichés.
After only a couple of lessons, you will be pleasantly surprised at your phenomenal potential, talents and capabilities. Even the most difficult cases (where students believed they had no talent) were proven wrong time and again with our method of teaching the piano.
Enjoy a priority invitation to our winter piano workshop designed to take your piano playing to the stars! The workshop will take place over a weekend in the winter of 2017! Guaranteed to change your piano playing FOREVER! Absolutely not to be missed. RARELY-SEEN-BEFORE techniques and piano secrets shared in a friendly and prestigious environment dedicated to you as an adult learner!
There are few things as valuable as a creative talent that you can enjoy again and again throughout your life. By learning the piano, you will have a creative ability that will bring you pleasure for a lifetime. There are always new plateaus to climb and new repertoire to explore.
By studying with the London Piano Institute, you are making an investment into your creative future. You are gaining a skill that no one can take away from you.
According to The Telegraph’s Science Correspondent Richard Alleyne (27 October 2009) playing the piano can also increase your IQ by seven points even as an adult. (this was measured in both adults and children)
Learning music develops your aural perception and will also help you when you learn a new language. According to the article the architecture of the brain changes making the individual brighter with more self-disciplined, attentiveness and planning skills.
You can ONLY BENEFIT from learning the piano!
We know how important it is for you to choose a package suited to your own preference and style.
That’s why you can either learn in a group or one-to-one lesson format!
All our lessons are HIGHLY PERSONALISED to your own learning style and your progress will be followed on a weekly basis. For a complete comparison of our piano programs, please view our piano programs and fees page.