Andrea Monk Piano Studio

Andrea Monk Piano Studio
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My name is Andrea Monk and I teach piano in Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset.

Over the last 32 years, I have taught students from age 7 to my oldest current student who is 83!

I have written my own series of piano tutor books, which other local teachers also use. Each has an optional accompanying CD.

Instead of students sitting exams, I provide a concert for all of my students to perform at, if they wish, 3 times a year.

Trophies are awarded on the night for Best Speaker, Best Emotional Performance etc.

I also arrange any style of music for my students; whether it is blues, folk, contemporary, songs from the shows etc.

I also perform piano at weddings, play in live shows and work as an accompanist for soloists.


Contact Information

  • 114, Earlham Grove
    Weston super Mare, Somerset BS23 3LG
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  • Mobile: 07709 621224
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  • Hours

    11:30 - 19:00
    11:30 - 19:00
    09:00 - 19:00
    09:00 - 19:00
    10:00 - 19:00
    09:00 - 13:00


Additional User Information

Qualification: Grade 8

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