Classical European Piano Lessons with Margaret Anna Walker
Learn to play classical piano the European way.
Playing piano is a wonderful skill that can bring you lifelong pleasure and rewards. And learning the traditional European way will provide a solid foundation to help you achieve your musical goals.
Your piano lessons will be personally conducted by Anna. Anna was born in Poland and learned to play piano under the tutelage of experienced Russian teachers. She attended formal state schools of music where she completed Levels I and II. As a teenager she earned many top places in piano competitions throughout Europe. Additionally she performed piano concertos with symphony orchestras.
Anna’s favourite music is from the Romantic period but she is equally at ease with students who enjoy or wish to learn Baroque, Classical or Impressionistic period pieces.
Anna will tailor your lessons to suit your goals and aspirations. Beginners and students who want to learn to play from scratch and build a sound foundation are especially encouraged. Over time, you will learn to play your piano, learn music theory, be able to read and write music, and develop dexterity through scales, arpeggios, studies and techniques.
Importantly, Anna understands that people learn to play piano through unique learning processes. She is adept at finding what works best for you in order for you to have a rewarding and enjoyable learning experience. Whether you simply want to learn piano for enjoyment or if you wish to progress through grades to conservatorium level, Anna will accommodate your goals and needs.
To get started playing classical piano the traditional European way or to learn more, contact Anna today via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or text her on 0400-654-445.
About the Lessons
What area of Sydney does Anna give piano lessons?
Anna lives in Lane Cove on the Lower North Shore of Sydney so locations convenient to there are desirable.
Where are the lessons held?
Anna will teach piano in the comfort of your own home. You must have a piano (no electronic keyboards).
How long are the lessons?
Anna recommends that children (6-12 year olds) take lessons of 30-45 minutes, teenagers 45-60 minutes and adults 60 minutes.
How much does it cost?
30 minute lessons are $60.
45 minute lessons are $75.
60 minute lessons are $90.
Anna does not charge for travel time.
How frequently are the lessons held?
Students should plan on weekly lessons to gain the maximum benefit. Students must be committed to practising piano between lessons.
Keen and very committed students may wish to have lessons twice a week.