WKMT specializes in delivering enthusiastic piano lessons for beginners in London of all ages
learn how to play the piano with wkmt
Are you looking for piano lessons in London? Have you not played the piano before and you are wondering what would be the best option in London?
Do not worry at all, you will be in good hands at WKMT Studios.
WKMT provide piano lessons in London for beginners since 2011. Thanks to our experienced team and our professional structure, our teachers are ready to not only teach you piano from scratch but also to teach you the proper piano technique.
Whether your goals and age are, WKMT will help you develop the right skills for you to play the piano.
BENEFITS OF LEARNING THE PIANO
Foster hand/eye coordination
Improves neural connections
Piano lessons for beginners
Three possible outcomes
As a matter of fact, piano lessons can produce three different types of graduate students:
1. Concert Pianists
2. Music Teachers
3. Music Connoisseurs
Luckily, the three types of graduates benefit from the same type of training.
The proper musical training requires teachers to work on three different dimensions of piano learning:
1. The mastering of the skills: your piano lessons
2. The gaining of perspective: WKMT Classical Concerts
3. The performance skills: when the students perform in front of an audience on our Music Festivals in London.
4. The perfection of the technique: Piano masterclasses
Summarizing, the only way to ignite the passion for classical music is to make sure all our students explore and enjoy everything music has to offer.
Come to WKMT and start experiencing the truly magical world of learning Classical Piano Music.
How long should a beginner practise piano?
The average time for a beginner to practise the piano is about 30 minutes each day. Of course, if
you want to practise more than that then don’t hold back, but at the same time make sure you don’t
Without being consistent in your practise you are less likely to progress at the pace you desire as
you will lose your momentum. However, once your brain and body start to feel tired, then make
sure to take a break as your practise won’t be 100% effective and you will just get frustrated at
yourself, which removes the enjoyment of the practise too.
The only way to be happy with your performance preparation is to practice the piano as much as you can.
Then, when you finished, start over again!
Get in Touch and Request your trial piano lessons