PIANO FOR PARENTS
We understand that helping support your child's piano learning can be a little confusing at first, especially for non-musical parents. That is why we have put together this quick list to not only help you find the right instrument for your child, but also to help make the learning experience as fun and engaging for them as possible.
Finding The Right Piano For Your Home
The Parents Guide To Pianos
If you are a non-musical parent and are in need of some help to find the right kind of piano to help support your child's learning, look no further! This guide will help break down the best options available to you and explain all about how you can best prepare your child for success with the piano!Learn More
Piano Interior Design Tips
As pianos are just as much large pieces of furniture as they are instruments for musical creativity, they can really define the feel of a room, adding a sense of elegance and sophistication to any space they find themselves in.
Explore our guides to the different styles and finishes of pianos that you can find to help find the perfect piano for your home.
Exploring Silent Pianos
Many parents opt for digital pianos over acoustic pianos because of noise concerns. However, for those wanting their child to progress through the grades, at one point or another you will require an acoustic piano to allow them to express themselves in the best way possible.
For those looking to invest in their child's future learning, this is where silent pianos come in, offering an acoustic piano touch and feel, but can be played silently when required.
Keeping Learning Fun!
Tips To Encourage Your Child To Practice Piano
The single biggest concern that many parents have when purchasing a piano for their child is the worry that they will give up.
There are a number of things that you can do as a parent to stop this from happening, from making sure they are getting on with their teacher to getting involved in learning yourself. Read our guide to keeping learning fun and engaging here!
How Much Do Piano Lessons Cost?
Many people think that the piano is an expensive hobby and whilst it is possible to spend hundreds of pounds on a single piano lesson, it does not need to break the bank.
There are many affordable and accessible ways to help your child learn piano with a real professional tutor or teacher.
Guide To Grade 1 Piano
As your child begins preparing for exams, they may begin feeling stressed or nervous about the piano.
With a little understanding of the exam criteria and by reinforcing a positive mindset, you can help be a part of their learning by offering constructive guidance throughout.
Essential Piano Books For Beginners
Finding the right kinds of books to help make your child's learning can be difficult, especially if you don't know where to start!
We understand that everyone learns in different ways, so this guide will help you find the right piano books for helping your child get started.