Congleton Piano Teacher

Private piano teacher based in Congleton, Cheshire (near the Staffordshire Border) with over 25 years' experience in teaching piano theory and practice to all ages. While I generally use the ABRSM examination syllabus, there is no pressure to sit exams - come an learn for pleasure if you wish.

Whether you are 7 years old or 70 years old, I offer extremely competitive prices. I generally teach during the school term times and are fully DBS checked.


Contact Information

  • Congleton, Cheshire CW12 4LU
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  • Hours

    10:00 - 06:30
    10:00 - 06:30
    10:00 - 06:30
    10:00 - 06:30
    10:00 - 06:30


Additional User Information

Disclosure and Barring Service: yes

Qualification: ALCM, ABRSM Grade 8

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Polyester and Pianos.
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Cleaning Polyester on Pianos
For everyday cleaning, wipe your piano with a clean, damp (not wet) cloth, followed by a clean dry cloth. If more stubborn soils do get on the finish, you may try dipping your cloth in a mild soap and water solution before wiping, and then follow that with a cloth dampened in clear water, and then the dry cloth.