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Playing the piano or any instrument can be great fun.  You can make music all on your own and learn to accompany other players and singers.  You can start learning from any age from about 7 onwards.  The only thing you need is enthusiasm and something at home to practice on. Regular tuition from a Piano Teacher or other Music teacher can either be purely for fun or if you wish, to become more serious and aim to take the graded examinations. In this section there are a number of Piano Teachers, Brass, Violin and Guitar teachers for you to browse through, so that you can gain an idea as to what they can offer you and how much it will cost. Some teachers are members of the Incorporated Society of Music (ISM) and listed on their Register of Professional Private Music Teachers which has stringent entry requirements and promotes tuition of the highest quality.


Some useful qualifications to look out for are:

  • DipTMus: Diploma in the Teaching of Music
  • DipABRSM: Diploma of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music
  • ALCM: Associate Diploma of the London College of Music
  • GRSM: Graduate of the Royal Schools of Music
  • FLCM: Fellowship in Music Performance
  • BMus (Hons):  Bachelor of Music with Honours
  • FMusTCL:  Fellow of Trinity College, London in Music Literacy, Criticism and Literature
  • FTCL:  Fellow of Trinity College, London
  • FVCM (Hons): Fellow of the Victoria College of Music (with Honours)
  • FNCM:  Fellow of the National College of Music and Arts
  • LRAM:  Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Music
  • ARCM:  Associate of the Royal College of Music
  • LGSM:  Licentiate of the Guildhall Scholl of Music & Drama
  • LTCL (GMT):  Licentiate of Trinity College, London (General Musicianship for Teachers)
  • ATCL:   Associate of Trinity College, London (Piano performing)
  • PGCE:  Postgraduate Certificate in Education
  • FRSA:  Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts




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