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What kind of people learn to play the piano? 


Basically people from all stages of life!



Retirees 

For many people, one of their biggest regrets is that they wished they had learned to play the piano when they were younger. 

Why not take steps to put that right?

It’s never too late to learn, and playing music will not only enrich your life but can help to maintain your brain function which can stave off dementia.



Adults

Are you looking for a fresh, new challenge?

Learning to play the piano
is a great stress-buster which will help you relax and enjoy some well-deserved ‘me’ time.


Children and young people

Investing in piano lessons not only gives a valuable musical skill for life, but numerous research projects have shown an increase in academic achievement in children and young people who take regular music lessons.



Whatever your stage of life, or your reasons for wanting to learn to play the piano, you have come to the right place! 

Contact us now to arrange your 1st free lesson!