Piano Lessons in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs
Discover just how enjoyable and rewarding learning to play the piano can be, and take advantage of the dozens of physical and mental benefits of piano lessons. Sydney Piano Tuition offers piano & music theory lessons in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs for all ages. Learn in a relaxed environment with a patient, understanding, and experienced piano teacher.
Free Introductory Lesson
Your first lessons is FREE! There is no commitment. If you’re not sure piano lessons are right for you or for your child, book your free introductory lesson to find out.
Tried-and-true Methods & Techniques
Build your piano technique and musical understanding on a solid foundation using the methods and techniques that have proven successful for generations of pianists.
Learn At Your Own Pace
Learning to play the piano can seem daunting at first but it needn’t be. Lessons will progress only as gradually or as rapidly as each individual student needs.
The Benefits of Piano Lessons
Learning to play the piano is not just a rewarding and enjoyable pastime, it has also been found to have many mental and physical benefits. Learning a musical instrument, and learning the piano in particular, has been shown have a positive effect on the development of language skills, literacy, numeracy, IQ, self-efficacy, and – with the right kind of instruction – creativity and self-esteem. Believe it or not, music making can have a positive effect on physical health as well. Playing the piano, for instance, exercises the heart as much as a brisk walk. Participation in musical activities has also been shown to contribute to perceived good health, quality of life and mental well-being. Read more…
Andrew began learning the piano at age 16, initially teaching himself the blues and rock piano before starting traditional lessons with a teacher. After finishing high school he developed an interest in classical music and for the next 4 years dedicated himself to studying piano and music theory – sitting exams and practicing mercilessly. In 2003, just five years after he took up the piano, he received an Associate diploma in Pianoforte from the AMEB and was accepted into a Bachelor of Music Studies and the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. While at the Sydney Conservatorium, he studied both classical and jazz piano, advanced music theory and harmony, improvisation, and piano pedagogy. He graduated in 2008. Read more…
It’s such a joy being able to see things in the music that I never would have noticed on my own. Thanks you so much!
– Philip Johnson
I have been taking piano lessons with Andrew for over 12 months. I find the lessons both enjoyable and constructive. The weekly classes have slowly guided me through theory and key principles of music. Andrew’s teaching techniques has inspired me and advanced my appreciation and love for piano. He is also a composer and I have enjoyed playing his music.’
– Erina Czinner
Andrew is a talented pianist and an empathetic teacher who has had a tremendously beneficial impact on my son, Daniel’s, love for music and the piano. Daniel has improved dramatically under Andrew’s tutelage, and I have been impressed by Andrew’s willingness to allow Daniel space for his own creativity and initiative while ensuring that he understands the need for discipline, practice and technical proficiency. I could not have wished for a better teacher.
– Glizet Dupont
If you have any questions or would like to arrange a free introductory lesson, get in touch using the form below, or call me on 0411 513 427.