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ADULT PIANO LESSONS
Piano lessons for adults at WKMT
"Our piano lessons are a treat from beginning to end..."
Juan Rezzuto - Director -
Lessons can be delivered at any point Monday to Sunday from 9am to 9pm.
HIGHLY QUALIFIED PIANO TEACHERS
Our team of piano teachers specialised in teaching adult students.
Our premises are stunning. All our rooms are finely furnished and our complimentary coffees and teas of the most exclusive brands.
Piano lessons for busy London Adults...
Learning Piano as an Adult
Our piano teaching approach gathers the knowledge from two big schools. On one side the “Vicente Scaramuzza” piano technique and on the other the British-best-piano-practices.
We believe in individuality. That’s why each student-piano-plan is different. We make sure you are motivated by each passage we work together on. That’s why each student-piano-plan is different.
We only count with state-of-the-art instruments. Each of our pianos is connected to its own screen where you can visualise all your scores.
Our private cloud allows you to keep all your material safe while you can access it from anyplace at any time. We believe in individuality.
At WKMT the best piano lessons come together with the best musical hospitality in London. Our attention to detail is reflected on our amazing artisan drinks. Our tempting tea collections by Mariage Freres and Fortnum and Mason are a treat! Our espresso coffees are just a classic. We always count with the last released Nespresso-Grands-Crus to complement your piano lesson experience.
Piano lessons that are a treat...
TEACHERS THAT UNDERSTAND YOU
Piano lessons for adults are diametrically different from lessons for children. Although the learning process is the same, adult life is full of responsibilities and balancing work and family with the learning of an instrument is the challenge our teachers will help you.
DO CHILDREN LEARN FASTER THAN ADULTS?
Not at all! An adult is not slower than a child because he makes up for his lack of time with the organization and previous knowledge. A child starts entirely from scratch.
An adult can focus more on the practice and can be more quickly aware of its shortcomings and its margin of progress, which is an advantage for both teacher and student.
Learning piano as an adult is similar to learning a foreign language. It takes time, and you don't see results right away. And as in sports, mindset is essential, since you do not have to give up, but carry on. Once the fundamental notions are acquired, an adult can progress more quickly than a child!
PIANO LESSONS FOR ADULTS COURSE - PLATFORM ONLINE
At WKMT, we have ten years of experience in London, and we understand entirely the hectic life our students have. For that reason, we have created a platform entirely online specifically for adult learners that contain Units, modules, lessons, videos, exercises, music and quizzes.
This method allows adult learners to come straight after work or University to their sessions without having to carry around tons of books all day.
Here you can find the website.
Thanks to our teaching approach at WKMT, you will find teachers that can understand you as a unique individual, your goals, and how to balance it with your busy life. Start today!
TOO LATE TO START: A MYTH!
There is no age limit to start learning or to resume your practice. At WKMT, our oldest student was 80 years old when he started from scratch!
Besides, an adult values the pros and cons of committing to any activity better and values the effort, time, and money involved.
Although we may have to overcome psychological barriers that make us have negative thoughts about our learning capacity as "late comers" in the piano study, we can guarantee your success.
Here are some examples of students like you that decided to incorporate this fantastic instrument in their lives and with WKMT their dream came true.
An inspiring musical environment is a must! We put all our efforts in creating the best learning spaces. Your piano lessons at WKMT are delivered in rooms designed to be no less than an indulgence!
Our furniture and art collection reflects the commitment we put on welcoming you as you deserve.
We are proud to have our doors open to new prospect students. Despite being the largest and busy piano practice in London, we are always happy to incorporate new members. We are proud of our big and well-consolidated musical community.
Come to WKMT and learn piano while you indulge! The best tuition service in London yet.
The taste for classical piano music
by Juan Rezzuto, WKMT's founder
The taste for classical piano music can come to people in the age of maturity. Some adult piano students believe this means they are just too late to start learning to play the piano. Well, this can’t be farther from the truth…
Music is a social art. It only exists if people are willing to communicate using its language. Using the language of music doesn’t only mean playing a concert for a big audience. You can also use the language of music to describe your experience in relation to a concert you attended or to speak about an artist of your preference, for example. In other words, it is never late to become a music connoisseur.
When we start piano lessons at a later stage of our lives, we are giving ourselves the chance of getting to know the depths of our very own personalities. When we practise music we spend time on our own. We get to know our tolerance to failure much better than the regular professional and we also feel the rewarding effect of every learning success! When we practise music we experiment with representing our feelings using the language of music. Dynamics, rubatos, accents and the choice of tempo are just some of the infinite variables involved in the piano performance. All these variances become our composition tools. Using them, mature piano students can express their musical taste and their moods. Start playing piano in maturity can give us the chance of getting to know ourselves in a brand new and rejuvenating way.
Can Adults learn to play the piano?
It is extremely beneficial for an adult to learn to play the piano. Some adults feel that it is too late
for them start picking up a new skill, but that is completely false. Adults tend to pick up new
concepts quicker and are also more concentrated and determined as they are sure of what they
want to achieve. So naturally, it is great for their brain stimulation and also a great way to de-stress
after a long day at work. There’s also a social side whilst joining a community and finding
something else you are passionate in. There really aren’t any downfalls to learning an instrument
as an adult, just make sure you have time for yourself. So don’t hesitate just because you don’t
think there’s any point, surprise yourself.