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In 2015 I became a Father. Teddy entered the world and has since gone on to adore music as much as I do. Music is my life and passion, touring the world as a conductor and pianist, performing with the most remarkable talents on this planet.
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There is no certification required to teach music. Nothing at all. Alarming, I realize – but a fact. What this means in reality, is that you could possibly be obtaining completely wrong guidance from somebody calling themselves a ‘professional musician’; but who may have never properly qualified.
You wouldn’t believe how many piano teachers don’t know the difference between a digital piano and a keyboard.
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The Piano is one of the most popular instruments of all time. They are in bars, pubs, homes, schools – and ‘in the old days’, a vast number of people could get around the piano keys with ease.
Learning the Piano has many challenges – not least teaching our hands to independently do different things – at the same time.
If it’s your child who is learning to play, they’ll probably be able to sit there, and within a relatively short space of time, be able to make things look easy.
If you are starting the Piano as an adult, your learning curve is much steeper. Your muscles will not be as flexible, and your mind – set in its adult ways, will want to kick back against trying new things – like moving five fingers independently.
So where do you start? Reading some great impartial Piano reviews will help. There are so many options to choose from, our free advice should help you on the right path.
It’s also worth considering finding a teacher. There are many online methods or learning – but nothing will ever beat sitting in a room with a professional, who can impart their experience over to you.
Treat learning to read music as a separate entity from learning to play the Piano. They are two totally different skills and bring about two totally different challenges. Think of it as learning to write VS learning to type. They have the same end goal, but are radically different in the path to success.
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