Piano lessons Greenwich

Since 2010 we've been working from our central studio in West Kensington, now we are very glad to reach South London.

PIANO LESSONS

GREENWICH

 

Piano lessons in Greenwich by WKMT

High-quality piano lessons from the West brought to the East.

STUDIO LESSONS

HOME TUITION

 

In case you live or work in Greenwich, you should try WKMT Bermondsey

 

Our Buenos-Aires-born founder and director, Maestro Juan Rezzuto, is delighted to welcome you at his beautiful Kensington and Camberwell studio. His team of 20 highly qualified and carefully selected professionals are ready to make your lessons something to look forward to...

 

WKMT opened its doors in 2010. Our finely educated Director is an active composer and concert pianist. Equestrian rider and pure blood Argentinian, Juan Rezzuto brings to the UK one of the most prestigious piano techniques. Since 2010 he has helped many artists and students from around the world to make their first steps into the wonderful world of Classical Music.

 

 

 

 

Where is WKMT located?

 

Our closest studio to Greenwich is WKMT Bermondsey.

Just 15 minutes away driving, and barely 15 minutes away by public transport using Jubilee Line.

In case you work in West London, you should also try with WKMT Kensington branch.

 

 

 

What is WKMT availability like?

 

We are proud of our availability.

We are always ready to help you to book your lessons at any time, Monday to Sunday 9 am to 9 pm.

 

 

Does WKMT deliver home tuition as well?

 

We conduct our first induction/assessment lesson after which you can continue with your lessons at your home or work premises.

 

 

How is the student community like at WKMT?

 

WKMT welcomes a wonderful and international community of people. From lawyers, bankers, artists to established professionals from different industries.

Everyone shares one single passion: classical music.

 

WKMT tuition approach implies only taking one-to-one lessons?

 

Music needs to be developed in all its three main aspects: we need to understand it, we need to appreciate it and we need to create it.

When you come for your lessons we teach you how to understand the intrinsic technical and spiritual world of musical aesthetics.

 

Then, we grant you access to our high profile monthly concerts. These are members exclusive events intended to guarantee you are constantly and consistently inspired by our senior professionals.

Finally, we train you to perform in front of a proper silent audience.

Our Music Festivals established student events that happen within fabulous premises around central and greater London.

 

 

 

Would you like to start your piano lessons in Greenwich with us?

 

Please, don't hesitate in calling us on 02071014479 or email us on secretariat@wkmt.co.uk

 

Monday to Sunday 9 am to 9 pm.

 

A member of our team will be very happy to help you

 

 

Get in Touch and Request a Free Consultation

How to get to WKMT studio

Driving Directions - Piano Tutor in Greenwich
 

From Greenwich Rail Station

1- Head south-west on College Way towards King William Walk/A206

28 s (308 ft)

2- Take A200 and Jamaica Rd to Dockley Rd

3- Follow straight up to Lucey Way

4- Walk 2 minutes to 242 Lucey Way, London

 

Parking available.

Public Transport Directions - Piano teacher in Greenwich
 
From North Greenwich Tube Station get onto the Jubilee Line stopping at Bermondsey station.
Walk 5 minutes to 242 Lucey Way, SE16 3UG
 
From National Maritime Museum take the 188 Bus Line staright away to St. James' Road.
Walk 5 minutes to 242 Lucey Way, SE16 3UG
Markson's Pianos

79 Brisbane Street,

London SE5 7NJ,

Tel: 02071014479

secretariat@wkmt.co.uk

40 Kensington Hall Gardens,

Beaumont Avenue,

London W14 9LT

Tel: 02071014479

secretariat@wkmt.co.uk

242 Lucey way,

London SE16 3UG,

Tel: 02071014479

secretariat@wkmt.co.uk

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