Piano lessons Islington

PIANO LESSONS ISLINGTON

Piano lessons in Islington by WKMT

Teaching the piano technique in London since 2010

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WKMT team and his founder and director, Maestro Juan Rezzuto, bring their great experience to you. Develop your piano and musical skills guided by professionals.

 

 

Finely educated and equestrian rider, Juan Rezzuto has committed his life to performing and teaching the technique inherited from his international maestros.

 

Since he arrived to the UK, he has been strongly committed to help both students and musicians getting involved into the wonderful world of classical music.

 

WKMT is Islington's choice for piano lessons!

 

WKMT West Kensington and Camberwell welcome you.

Both studios are equal distance. Well-located studios by tube lines, buses and driving access.

 

WKMT, closer to you than any other piano studiobto Islington.

 

 

Opening times?

 

WKMT opens from 9 am to 9 pm.

Monday to Sunday.

We will provide you with piano lessons even on bank holidays.

 

There is no reason to stop your tuition!

 

 

Not feeling like getting out of home for your piano lessons?

 

We also offer bespoke home tuition piano programmes. One of our teachers will deliver your lessons at your home. Do not worry, you are still within WKMT family.

Just in order to introduce ourselves and assess you professionally, your first trial lesson would be conducted at WKMT Kensington. After this session and if you are happy with your experience, we can help you set up your membership.

 

 

What does WKMT have to offer?

 

 

WKMT is one of the largest piano studios in London. Your piano tuition at WKMT matches the highest international standards.  Our committed teachers are all unified under the same piano technique.

 

You can join a musical community, you can attend wonderful musical events such as master class, festivals and free concerts for you, your relatives and friends.

 

Join us and enjoy a great, motivational and inspiring atmosphere.

 

Piano lessons for everyone!

 

One of our commitments is getting everyone involved with the wonderful world of music and piano. Even if you have never played the piano before!

There are many reasons to learn how to play the piano than just becoming a musician.Playing the piano can help you managing stress better, igniting your creative processes and discovering the artist in you.


We are proud of our 100% rate of success in ABRSM grade examinations too.

Seeking for one to one piano lessons?

 

 

The process of learning music is very similar to starting a new relationship. Student and teacher need to understand each other.

Our WKMT teachers know everyone has a different learning style. Understanding what makes you enjoy your lessons is our main field of expertise.

 

When would you like to start?

 

Starting your piano lessons is very easy! Give us a call to 02071014479.

We will help you to book your trial lesson.

You could visit our studio and try an introductory piano lesson with one of our teachers.

 

After that session, you decide!

 

Get in Touch and Request a Free Consultation

Piano lessons Islington - NEWS

 

 

Since December 2016 that WKMT set up quarters very close to Islington. WKMT Camberwell is easily accessible via Northern line to Elephant and Castle. Now you can take the tube from Angel tube station at the heart of Islington.

 

 

The most famous London piano practise is at the reach of the Islington community.

 

 

We also moved our festival to round the corner from Islington to Bloomsbury square. The fantastic Pushkin House is now the house selected to host our very popular student festival.

 

How to get to WKMT studio

Driving Directions - Piano Tutor Islington
 
From Highbury & Islington Underground Station:

1- Take Offord Rd and Caledonian Rd/A5203 to Grays Inn Rd/A501

9 min (1.7 mi)

2- Head north on Crane Grove towards Digswell St

341 ft

3- Turn left onto Furlong Rd

0.1 mi

4- Turn left onto Liverpool Rd/B515

0.2 mi

5- Turn right onto Offord Rd

6- Go through 2 roundabouts

0.5 mi

7- Turn left onto Caledonian Rd/A5203

0.8 mi

8- Continue onto King's Cross Bridge

184 ft

9- Follow A501, A40 and A3220 to Kensington High St/A315

21 min (6.1 mi)

10- Use the left lane to turn right onto Grays Inn Rd/A501

194 ft

11- Use the left 3 lanes to turn slightly left onto Euston Rd/A501

0.7 mi

12- Keep right to stay on Euston Rd/A501

13- Continue to follow A501

1.4 mi

14- Keep right to continue on Marylebone Flyover/A40

15- Continue to follow A40

2.2 mi

16- Use the left lane to take the A3220 slip road to Hammersmith/Shepherd's Bush/White City/Earls Court

0.2 mi

17- At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto W Cross Rte/A3220

0.7 mi

18- At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Holland Rd/A3220

19- Continue to follow A3220

0.8 mi

20- Follow A315 and North End Rd/B317 to your destination

5 min (0.8 mi)

21- Turn right onto Kensington High St/A315

22- Continue to follow A315

0.3 mi

23- Turn left onto North End Rd/B317

0.4 mi

24- Turn left onto Beaumont Ave

174 ft

25- Turn right onto 40 Kensington Hall Gardens, W14 9LT

 

See driving directions for Camberwell studio, SE5 7NJ

 
Public Transport Directions - Piano teacher Islington
 
From Highbury & Islington Station:
1- Get onto Victoria Line towards Brixton stopping at Victoria Underground station.
2- Change for District Line towards Richmond or Ealing Broadway, getting off the train at West Kensington station.
3- Walk around the corner onto Beaumont Avenue.
4- Turn right, onto 40 Kensington Hall Gardens, W14 9LT.
 
See directions to Camberwell studio, SE5 7NJ.
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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