Frequently Asked Questions

How long will it take to learn to play?

It depends on a number of factors.

Firstly, what music do you want to learn to play/sing and what level would like you to achieve. Use learning the piano as an example, some students want to learn Fur Elise by Beethoven. It is a grade 3-4 standard piece and will take longer to learn in comparison to learning an easy pop music song.

It also depends on how often you have lessons, the amount of practice time you put in, each individual’s rate of learning and your age.

However, generally speaking for a beginner to play/sing competently, they would have lesson for 30-60 mins a week on a regular basis and practice 3-4 times a week. Each practice time would be around 10-30 minutes. You also need to consider the difficulty of the music you are learning.

In conclusion, you will possibly achieve a reasonable standard to play a grade1-3 music within apporximately 2 years.

How much practice do I need?

How often should I have a lesson?

Do I need an instrument to have lesson?

Do I need any books?

Could I sit in the lesson until my child got settled?

How do I have a clear picture of my child progress?

Can I opt out of doing an examination or decide whether to take an examination or not at a later time?

Could you help me with my GCSE and A-Level Music?

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