David Steinberg Piano

David Steinberg Piano

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If you want to play your favourite songs on the piano you can learn how to do it the easy and fun way.  I teach different genres on the piano including classical, jazz, funk, rock, pop, blues, soul, gospel, Latin-American and more.

I can teach ABRSM (Associated Board) Classical Grades 1-8 and ABRSM (Associated Board) Jazz Grades 1-5. I can also teach grades from most other ex

I can teach aural skills and theory for all instruments, musical appreciation, improvisation, playing by ear, playing without music, sight-reading skills, playing by memory and more.

I can also teach how to use most music
 computer programs.

I travel to students' homes to teach.

I have been teaching for 3 years and am qualified
 with a BA Music (Hons) from the University of Leeds and ABRSM Grade 8 Piano

My working hours are Monday to Friday 11am to 10pm,
 Saturday 1pm to 6.30pm. I teach during school and public holidays.

I teach children and adults from 6 years old

I teach all levels from absolute beginner to



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Qualification: BA Music (Hons) from the University of Leeds, ABRSM Grade 8 Piano

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