Why you need an excellent piano mentor and teacher

Pianist

It starts with the first step…

The Chinese philosopher Laozi wisey said: “a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”.

Learning how to play the piano is a wonderful journey, however it is not always an easy journey.

On the way to becoming the pianist that you have always dreamed of, you might encounter moments of intense frustration and despair.

It is all part of the journey and if you persist you will eventually reach your goal and the price that you have paid in terms of time and effort will be well worth it. You will reap a harvest of beautiful piano skills that will last forever and a day!

Your main endeavour as a student of the piano should be look for REAL shortcuts…

Shortcuts rarely exists in music EXCEPT for the shortcut of excellent tuition!

That is why it is absolutely imperative that you select a very good piano instructor who GENUINELY cares for your piano progress.

With an excellent piano instructor you will make much faster progress.

There are many aspects of piano playing that need an expert’s touch.

A single lesson with a master will simply transform your playing.

There is no way you can do this by yourself.

At least not without much effort and strain…

You simply need a top-notch piano instructor to reach your dream!

A great teacher will help you reach your dreams in a much shorter period of time.

He or she will simply help you to practise in an effective and serious manner and this will in turn lead to better habits and technique.

Immersing yourself in piano learning is simply the best thing you can do for your piano development.

False shortcuts such as learning from a YouTube video generally only leads to bad habits and sloppy technique. (Sure some ideas can be obtained from technology, but this should not be your foundation)

You need a DEEP foundation

A great architectural structure always, always has a wonderful foundation. Without a strong and solid foundation, a great building could crumble. A solid LASTING foundation is key to success in architecture as well as education.

That is simply why you MUST insist on learning the piano with an EXCELLENT piano instructor and take the time to research and find someone who can teach you the keys to playing this majestic instrument!

I can also remind you of the Japanese proverb that states: “the depth of the foundation determines the height of the wall”, and that is EXACTLY WHY you must insist on studying with an excellent piano instructor.

We can help you reach your piano dreams!

At the London Piano Institute we are proud to say that we offer excellent quality piano tuition focused specifically on developing great habits from the first day you start with us!

We do not take shortcuts, but teach you how to play properly. How to really read notes and become proficient at the instrument.

It is a fact that you also need to practise diligently, but with our combined efforts (your practise and our input), the sky is the limit.

Learn great secrets of this wonderful and majestic instrument in a short period of time.

Enjoy regular events and concerts and be a part of a select group of individuals who have decided to make the piano a serious endeavour.

London’s adult piano school welcomes you to a WONDERFUL, EXCITING WORLD OF PIANO!

Contact us today to book your first lesson – here

Stefan Joubert
Stefan Joubert is the manager of the London Piano Institute. He is passionate about helping adults learn how to play the piano on Skype, FaceTime or in person. He truly believes that no one is too old or not talented enough. He is your first port of call for anything piano lessons related. You can contact him at enrol@londonpianoinstitute.co.uk
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Stefan Joubert
Stefan Joubert is the manager of the London Piano Institute. He is passionate about helping adults learn how to play the piano on Skype, FaceTime or in person. He truly believes that no one is too old or not talented enough. He is your first port of call for anything piano lessons related. You can contact him at enrol@londonpianoinstitute.co.uk

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