Tag: daily piano practice

Pupils Who Won’t Practise: A Matter Of Conscience

So your pupil arrives for their piano lesson. They sit and play what they have been working on, receive constructive  feedback, work on some important techniques with you and leave with some new challenges for the week ahead, confident in their progress, right? If only it were that easy… 

Pupils Who Won't Practise: A Matter Of Conscience

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I am pleased to say that almost all my weekly piano and keyboard pupils practise between their lessons. However, there are always some exceptions.

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5 qualities of successful piano learners…be a brilliant pupil!

What makes a good piano pupil? How can you improve your chances of success? Here are five key qualities to develop…



It’s true: not all pupils are equal. Some seem to develop new skills and pass through the curriculum quickly and easily, others struggle and hit roadblocks regularly. Whilst a degree of ‘natural talent’ has a part to play, there are other significant factors.
So what do good piano pupils look like?
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