Thought I'd whip up a quick post to showcase a few very good looking people who I was privileged enough to play with last year: It was the wedding of these two lovebirds: And here is me - in case you haven't met me: And another bunch of very good looking friends and relatives: And … Continue reading Wedding Goodness!
If you are anything like me, the word "practise" has a cloud hanging over it. But it doesn't have to be boring or a chore, once you're into it you might find you enjoy it. Most importanlty it's necessary to make progress, and the reality is that making progress makes piano more fun. I am not … Continue reading Practise makes…. brain maps!
Given we haven't yet started the first block of 2017, we're doing well to have a few tunes on the boil. Here they are in their various forms: Silent night - a lovely tune for the young ones to start with over Christmas time. Jazz Silent Night. Frère Jacques - as cello accompaniment, as piano … Continue reading What we’re playing at MPS
Why not try lessons with a friend? I'm offering the opportunity to learn in pairs, because sometimes two heads are better than one. Maybe it will take the pressure off a little, or maybe you just like listening as well as playing. Or perhaps you're into duets. Whatever your reasons - join up with a friend. … Continue reading Play with a friend
Nothing beats being out of bed and ready to face the day bright and early. In the morning our minds are clear and learning new skills comes naturally. An early piano lesson can be a rewarding experience. I'm offering a couple of very early spaces in the studio - 6.30 and 7.00 am on two mornings … Continue reading Good morning, early birds!
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