Piano lessons

Piano Lessons

Across all nine of our stores, we offer piano lessons for entry-level students to the experienced level who want to improve the skills they already have. Learning how to play the piano can be frustrating, but we are here to make it easier for you with our relaxed, motivating lessons.We cater for all ages, abilities and styles of playing - no matter what you are hoping to achieve, we have the solution for you.

If you are wanting to just come along and learn a new skill then this is great, our experienced teachers would be happy to do so! Or if you want to go through exams and grading then this is also an option as we can work towards these with a different range of syllabus. The lessons are very modern and we make it our mission to provide self-tailored lessons for all learners.

Along with learning how to play the piano, you will learn about different parts of the piano, the keys, the pedals and the hammers and what each part of the piano does to produce sound. Although learning the piano can be quite a challenge. it should be fun and rewarding, we want you to leave the lessons feeling positive and eager to return to learn more.

Learn your instrument purely for your own pleasure playing your favourite songs, we know everybody has different music taste and that is great! We cater to all styles of music, it makes it more interesting for us too!

If you are a beginner, and you are nervous about getting started then why not have a trial lesson to see if it is something you would enjoy and if you would like to go further. Our teachers welcome everybody from every level and are dedicated to ensuring you are on your way to becoming a skilled musician.

There are a number of reasons that you may want to start learning how to play the piano, the instrument is grand and beautiful and the sounds produced are equally as beautiful. The skill of playing the piano is very therapeutic and calms the mind, leaving a positive impact. The list of benefits for playing the piano goes on and on.

What are the benefits of playing the piano?

Hand-eye Coordination

Playing the piano requires a great deal of concentration, as you often have to read as you play. This trains your hands and eyes to work closely together -therefore encourages your brain to work simultaneously with various hand movements. Hand/eye coordination is a very beneficial skill to acquire for it can improve your reaction time and productivity.

Inspires Creativity

Studies show that playing the piano requires you to use both sides of your brain as you are using a technique known as divergent thinking. When playing the piano you are using both sides to correlate your hands and eyes which allows you as the musician to be a more creative thinker. As this technique becomes a constant exercise, it has an effect on the musicians which allows them to be more creative in other situations.

Reduces Stress

Playing the piano allows you to get away from any stresses or worries you may be having, as you are focusing your mind on the music which is very therapeutic. Studies have shown that playing music such as the pianois a rational stress reducing therapy recognized by health and fitness professionals.

Where?

All nine of our stores offer piano lessons, your first lesson is FREE as a trial to show how fantastic our teachers are. From here you can decide whether you would like to book further lessons. 

To get your first free trial lesson, please fill in our Rimmers Music School Enquiry form at the bottom of our music schools page, or alternatively you can contact any of our stores directly or call our customer service team on 01772 622111.

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