SINCE 1880

Piano Lessons London by WKMT

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Piano Studios in Kensington and Camberwell, London , Students of all levels and ages welcome



Our piano teaching approach gathers the knowledge from two big schools. On one side the “Vicente Scaramuzza” piano technique and on the other the British-best-piano-practices.

We believe in individuality. That’s why each student-piano-plan is different. We make sure you are motivated by each passage we work together on. That’s why each student-piano-plan is different.

We only count with state-of-the-art instruments. Each of our pianos is connected to its own screen where you can visualise all your scores.

Our private cloud allows you to keep all your material safe while you can access it from anyplace at any time. We believe in individuality.

An inspiring musical environment is a must! We put all our efforts in creating the best learning spaces. Your piano lessons at WKMT are delivered in rooms designed to be no less than an indulgence!

Our furniture and art collection reflects the commitment we put on welcoming you as you deserve.

We are proud to have our doors open to new prospective students. Despite being the largest and busy piano practice in London, we are always happy to incorporate new members. We are proud of our big and well-consolidated musical community.


ONE TO ONE: Piano Lessons for Beginners at WKMT London

Duration: 12 hours

WKMT Kensington 40 Kensington Hall Gardens, Beaumont Avenue, W14 9LT
WKMT Camberwell 79 Brisbane Street, SE5 7NJ

MODE: One to One

To suit student

Do I need to be exceptionally gifted to be able to learn how to play the piano?

You will discover your talent while developing your skills. You just need to be motivated and enthusiastic about learning.

How many lessons a week do I need?
Ideally two 45 minute sessions a week.
Alternatively, you can take one 60-minute lesson a week.

How long does it take to get an idea of how to play the piano?
With 12 hours of lessons, you can, at least, get the basics.
It is good to remark that playing the piano is a lifetime commitment. There is always room for improvement...
The time spent in learning mainly depends on the student’s commitment and abilities.

How can I speed up the process?
By studying more and more committedly

Do I need to practise?

How much do I need to practise?
At least 20-30 minutes every day with one day off every week.
-you need to miss the instrument at least once a week-

Shall I read something about playing the piano?
Yes. It always helps.

Where can I find resources?
You have plenty of fresh available at our BLOG
We publish articles on a regular basis, sometimes even daily!
Keep an eye on our social media.

Am I too old to start?
The piano can be approached at any point in our lives.
Our skills can always improve regardless how young or old we are when we started.
If we are passionate enough we will enjoy the pleasure of uninterrupted and constant learning.

Is my child old enough to start?
We start training children as young as 2 years old

What’s the study programme like for a beginner?
Since 2011 we apply our specific approach to our beginner students.
You can check the contents of our first lesson and the first level at our BLOG.

Can I take lessons on different days and times from one week to another?
We offer a full-flexible booking system for busy adults.
This means you can book different days and times from one week to the next one.

Can I take the lessons at the studio?
You can choose to come to our Kensington or to our Camberwell studios

Can I take my lessons at home?
We deliver home-tuition lessons for all London, zones 1-6

Do I need to have a piano at the beginning?

Do I need to purchase an expensive piano to be able to practise properly?
You can find good instruments for as little as £250.

Can I practise in the studio?
We can book you practising slots throughout all the week and weekend both in Kensington or Camberwell.

Are the teachers fully qualified?
We only recruit the highest qualified individuals.

Will I have always the same teacher?
We aim to keep the same teacher for each student.

How do I pay my fees?
You can pay lessons in packages in single payments or direct debits.

Additional entry requirements

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Come to WKMT and learn piano while you indulge! The best tuition service in London yet.