Piano practice

How to practise the piano as a beginner

2020-03-05T19:36:41+00:00

Daily practice is essential Practising is essential if you wish to become a proficient pianist. Attending piano lessons plays certainly a large role in your piano education but it is not enough for you to make good progress. Lessons are offered for you to benefit from a wonderful guidance and structure, but your progress will principally take place during your personal practice sessions. If you wish to make your dream of becoming a proficient pianist become true, you must discipline yourself and dedicate at least 20 minutes a day to your piano playing, to start with. The amount of time spent [...]

How to practise the piano as a beginner2020-03-05T19:36:41+00:00

8 Reasons why you need to practice your piano scales daily

2020-05-09T09:28:27+01:00

REASON 1: Practising your scales will develop your musical technique and finger-ability on the piano There is no arguing about the fact that the world’s greatest pianists practised scales on a daily basis in order to develop superb technique. Paderewski, one of the most renowned pianists and once Prime Minister of Poland had an (approx.) twelve-hour daily workout of scales, arpeggios and various other exercises. He also started piano at a late age. Proving that YOU can learn and become great at any age! Paderewski studied under master pianist Leschetizky, who made ABSOLUTELY sure Paderewski practised and practised and practised some [...]

8 Reasons why you need to practice your piano scales daily2020-05-09T09:28:27+01:00

How to practise the piano – tips to help you become better at practising the piano

2020-03-03T11:38:43+00:00

Practise in a distraction free environment dedicated to practising the piano. It is absolutely vital that you practice in the best environment possible. It is also important to realise that you are responsible for your environment! I suggest practising in a clutter-free environment where you can simply focus on practising the piano and nothing else. Another tip - make sure you have a dedicated REAL metronome. Such as this one – AMAZON. Avoid using your mobile phone or iPad as a metronome. Otherwise, you will definitely get distracted with text messages and social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and others. [...]

How to practise the piano – tips to help you become better at practising the piano2020-03-03T11:38:43+00:00