Kieran Myers Piano Instruction

3.54 star(s) from 26 votes

As a piano teacher in Flitwick since the late 1980's, I have successfully taught scores of students individually to pass the Royal Schools of Music Associated Board certificate exams, many with merits and distinctions. I also teach music theory to students taking higher grade Associated Board exams - all have passed, often with merits or distinctions

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  • Flitwick, Bedfordshire MK45 1SA
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  • Mobile: 07974 675 669
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Qualification: grade 8 associated board, HND BTEC Music Instrument Technology (piano)

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 100% recommended!, 27-04-2020 05:27PM

By: Sophie

I have been taught by Kieran for 6 years now. I started at age 15 knowing nothing about music and have since achieved Grades 1,3 and 5 in theory and Grades 1,3,5,6 and 8 in practical examinations. I am now currently working towards a DipABRSM with Kieran and I wouldn’t rather anyone else. Kieran’s teaching style is not only easy to understand but is very effective. A very kind and patient teacher, I don’t believe I would have gotten this far with anyone else. I would 100% recommend for students of any age, Kieran makes learning piano and theory easy and fun!

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