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We could talk to you about the thousands of reasons we love playing the piano and why it benefits our lives, but let’s face it, we’re a little biased! There are actually scientifically proven benefits to playing the piano. Here are a few:

- Stress Relief
- Split Concentration
- It’s easy to play!
- Neuroplasticity
- Improved Test Scores / School Performance
- It’s good for your physical health
- Improved Aural Awareness
- Human Growth Hormones... See More

We could talk to you about the thousands of reasons we love playing the piano and why it benefits our lives, but let’s face it, we’re a little biased! There are actually scientifically proven benefits to playing the piano. Here are a few:

- Stress Relief
- Split Concentration
- It’s easy to play!
- Neuroplasticity
- Improved Test Scores / School Performance
- It’s good for your physical health
- Improved Aural Awareness
- Human Growth Hormones
- Constructive Criticism
- Live a More Beautiful Life

#health #teacher #parent #DoYouKnow

You will often hear discussions about a piano’s character, either sound or touch, and how it relates to its country of origin. Overlooking the fact that it is extremely difficult to attribute most pianos to just a single country these days, there is, like most popular narratives, some truth and some fiction to the notion that a country can determine the nature of a piano’s sound.

Factors such as cultural preference, national manufacturing standards and traditions, as well as material... See More

You will often hear discussions about a piano’s character, either sound or touch, and how it relates to its country of origin. Overlooking the fact that it is extremely difficult to attribute most pianos to just a single country these days, there is, like most popular narratives, some truth and some fiction to the notion that a country can determine the nature of a piano’s sound.

Factors such as cultural preference, national manufacturing standards and traditions, as well as material selection do play a part in a piano’s character.

Check out the various makers from the following regions: USA, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Japan, Korea, Indonesia, and China.

#manufacturer #buy #teacher #parent #student #DoYouKnow

The International Music Competition "Grand Prize Virtuoso" is open to all nationalities and ages in strings, piano, wind, vocal and chamber music, each discipline is divided into different age categories.

A selected group of winners will receive an invitation to debut at the Wiener Saal, Mozarteum (Salzburg) on Sunday, August 30th and Monday, August 31st, 2020. Salzburg is the birthplace of the 18th-century composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Winners who receive an invitation to play at... See More

The International Music Competition "Grand Prize Virtuoso" is open to all nationalities and ages in strings, piano, wind, vocal and chamber music, each discipline is divided into different age categories.

A selected group of winners will receive an invitation to debut at the Wiener Saal, Mozarteum (Salzburg) on Sunday, August 30th and Monday, August 31st, 2020. Salzburg is the birthplace of the 18th-century composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Winners who receive an invitation to play at the winners' concert, and decide to decline the invitation and not travel, will receive their prize diploma by mail.

#competition #Salzburg #teacher #parent #mozart #diploma #registration

"Graduating cohorts will be invited to return to school from 19 May for face-to-face consultations, lab sessions, and coursework.

This is something schools always do during the holidays, and we have decided to continue the practice this year."

Piano teachers probably have to adjust their lessons with these students accordingly.

#moe #teacher... See More

"Graduating cohorts will be invited to return to school from 19 May for face-to-face consultations, lab sessions, and coursework.

This is something schools always do during the holidays, and we have decided to continue the practice this year."

Piano teachers probably have to adjust their lessons with these students accordingly.

#moe #teacher #parent #student #lesson

From 5th May 2020 until 31st May 2020, we'll be slashing our prices down just for you!

With deals up to 30%, and so many of your favourite brands to choose from, you know you can't go wrong with the CCB sale 2020!

Also, we'll be issuing check-out voucher codes which you can use when checking out from our web store!

So be sure to use them when checking out!

#sales... See More

From 5th May 2020 until 31st May 2020, we'll be slashing our prices down just for you!

With deals up to 30%, and so many of your favourite brands to choose from, you know you can't go wrong with the CCB sale 2020!

Also, we'll be issuing check-out voucher codes which you can use when checking out from our web store!

So be sure to use them when checking out!

#sales #promo #buy #teacher #parent

The new ABRSM Piano 2021-2022 Syllabus will be published early next month but today I am going to give a heads up on some MAJOR CHANGES we can expect.

#abrsm #teacher #parent #student... See More

The new ABRSM Piano 2021-2022 Syllabus will be published early next month but today I am going to give a heads up on some MAJOR CHANGES we can expect.

#abrsm #teacher #parent #student #exam #syllabus

The provision of online exams is a new and very exciting step for us and, we hope, for our community of teachers and learners too. I completely understand that many of you will be disappointed that you cannot use these online exams sooner.

However, by launching them in the UK with a limited number of candidates, we can make sure that the processes and systems that support the exams are effective and run smoothly.

#abrsm... See More

The provision of online exams is a new and very exciting step for us and, we hope, for our community of teachers and learners too. I completely understand that many of you will be disappointed that you cannot use these online exams sooner.

However, by launching them in the UK with a limited number of candidates, we can make sure that the processes and systems that support the exams are effective and run smoothly.

#abrsm #exam #teacher #student #parent #covid19 #coronavirus #SocialDistancing #pandemic #TogetherAtHome #StayAtHome #online #virtual

We continue our series on life as a pianist in quarantine as we chat to Chloe Flower, who was been giving free piano lessons online.

- Chloe, we have to ask, how are you doing?
- We hope your piano is keeping you company while you are inside! What have you been doing these last few weeks?
- Have you been getting lots of positive responses about your lessons?
- Do you have any more online projects in the works for us over the coming weeks?
- We hear through the... See More

We continue our series on life as a pianist in quarantine as we chat to Chloe Flower, who was been giving free piano lessons online.

- Chloe, we have to ask, how are you doing?
- We hope your piano is keeping you company while you are inside! What have you been doing these last few weeks?
- Have you been getting lots of positive responses about your lessons?
- Do you have any more online projects in the works for us over the coming weeks?
- We hear through the grapevine you have a new album coming out soon… What can you tell us about it?
- We also heard you recorded the entire album on your Steinway Spirio r. Why did you choose this model?
- What’s the first thing you want to do when all of this is over?

#teacher #covid19 #coronavirus #SocialDistancing #pandemic #TogetherAtHome #StayAtHome #online #ChloeFlower #sony #steinway #album

Want to expand your Beethoven repertoire? Here are 10 pieces you absolutely must include!

1. Bagatelle in A minor WoO 59 ‘Für Elise’
2. Slow movement from ‘Pathétique’ Sonata No 8 in C minor Op 13
3. First movement from ‘Moonlight’ Sonata in C sharp minor Op 27 No 2
4. Waltz in F Anh 15, ‘Adieu to the piano’
5. Bagatelle Op 126 No 1
6. Bagatelle Op 126 No 6
7. Six Ecossaises WoO 83
8. Minuet in G WoO 10 No 2
9. Third movement from Sonata... See More

Want to expand your Beethoven repertoire? Here are 10 pieces you absolutely must include!

1. Bagatelle in A minor WoO 59 ‘Für Elise’
2. Slow movement from ‘Pathétique’ Sonata No 8 in C minor Op 13
3. First movement from ‘Moonlight’ Sonata in C sharp minor Op 27 No 2
4. Waltz in F Anh 15, ‘Adieu to the piano’
5. Bagatelle Op 126 No 1
6. Bagatelle Op 126 No 6
7. Six Ecossaises WoO 83
8. Minuet in G WoO 10 No 2
9. Third movement from Sonata No 11 in B flat Op 22
10. First movement from Sonatina in F Anh 5 No 2

#beethoven #student #teacher #sonata #minuet #sonatina #bagatelle