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Could you please advice and help me. I had piano lessons from the age of 6 until i was 15 and managed to get to grade 7. Now, a few years later, i am 44 and because of a number of reasons what to resume piano lessons. I have play the piano one and off, well, not that often really but because i was not at the standard i was when i was 15, was easily put off.
Does anyone know how long it could take me to get up to the same standard i was all those years ago? A non qualified piano teacher said 3 to 6 months. This does sound rather quick to me or does this sound right?
Many thanks for your help.
Thanks for your reply.
Yes i thought it was a bit quick.
Have now decided to try and spend about 1 hour a day practising. I am going back to basics using the music that i first learnt with. Once i feel i have got as good as i am going to get then i will try and find a suitable teacher.
Most useful bit of advice i have received is to try and take things slow and not to rush. In my mind im already years ahead and teaching students. Maybe one day !!!!