Amy has been playing piano for a number of years; she is currently working towards her grade 5 exam. Watch Amy’s story below.
As with learning any musical instrument, it is important and beneficial that the pupil starts as young as possible. This was the case for Amy, achieving grade 3 by the time she was 10 years of age. Amy had been having lessons at school, however when her parents approached us to discuss lessons in the home, what quickly became obvious is how much Amy would benefit from learning in a formal lesson format in the environment that she is most comfortable in. Amy has made fantastic progress since joining Bespoke Music Tuition and we look forward to helping her progress further on the piano.
I asked Amy what she wanted to play and she chose piano. We gave it a go, and she absolutely fell in love with the instrument.
Amy has always had a natural flare for creative activities, as she has been doing speech and drama and dance lessons for a little while. When we first discussed the idea of starting music lessons, it was so important that we found a music tutor that really understood Amy, and helped her to realise her true potential.
We had previously started Amy with music lessons in school, and although productive, we just felt it important to have a better relationship with the music tutor and understanding the progress Amy was making on the Piano. We instantly realised the benefit of lessons at home, and having a much better idea of what Amy is supposed to working on, and talking through the homework structure with the music teacher on a weekly basis.
I’m thrilled with the progress Amy is making, and more than anything, she is enjoying learning the Piano.