Search the music teacher database to find piano teachers local to you. Simply enter your postal address, select “Piano Teacher” from the dropdown and hit search to bring up the results. You can also arrange online piano lessons, via platforms such as Zoom, Skype and more.
Classical & Contemporary Styles
The teachers within our teaching community are able to offer lessons across a wide range of musical genres, including classical, jazz and contemporary piano playing styles. Read through a teacher’s profile to find out the types of music that they teach or get in touch with them directly to find out more.
Many of the piano teachers we work with will be able to help assist you to take graded piano exams, enabling you to progress your technical and theoretical ability on the piano. Nonetheless, this certainly doesn’t mean you have to take exams – most of our students simply learn for their own enjoyment and you can too. We welcome both younger learners, as well as adults, to attend individually tailored piano lessons with a teacher of their choice.
Developing Confident Pianists
Each piano lesson is individually tailored to suit the learning interests, requirements and ultimate goal of the student. This approach enables teachers to build courses of lessons that develop a students technical abilty, understanding of music theory and their own confidence to play the piano successfully.
We welcome complete beginners, intermediate pianists and more advanced players to progress their piano playing ability. Whether that is exploring playing the first few piano chords, learning to play complex arrangments with both hands or preparing to take to the stage to perform, the piano teachers in this community will be there every step of the way with you as a student.
There are also several teachers within the community who are experienced composers and would be more than happy to teach you how to use the piano to create music for film, media or advertising. If this sounds like something you might be interested in developing then simply get in touch.
Younger learners are also most welcome to attend lessons, it is useful to know that each teacher has a slightly different lower age that they start teaching but this tends to fall, on average, between 5 and 6 years old. Of course, adult learners make up the majority of our students and there is no upper age to start learning to play the piano, with it being an excellent choice for university students to retirees to start as a new hobby. Whatever your inspiration to start learning the piano you will find a teacher in this community who would be the perfect to join you on your musical journey.
Are you a piano teacher?
As the numbers of students who enquire on MusicTeacher.com increase in number, I am always keen to help meet that demand by working with more professional piano teachers based around the world. If you are interested in teaching more piano students then please do get in touch by filling out a teacher application form.
Piano teachers in our community teach either online, in-person or both, as suits them. I work with teachers who teach from their own home, rent out third party teaching spaces (like music studios) or travel to students to teach them. However you currently teach your piano students I would be delighted to help explore providing you with more students who enquire through the teacher database, simply get in touch to find out more.
As well as searching through the teacher database you can also find one of our regional music hubs, where you will be able to find information about a professional piano teacher in your area.
Piano Hubs in the United Kingdom
Liverpool: Professional piano teacher Laura Liderth is able to help students of all ages to learn to play the piano with confidence and ability. To find out more about lessons simply visit the Piano Lessons Liverpool.