Martin Richards

Martin Richards

Looking for top quality piano lessons in Newport? You have come to the right place!

Inspiring piano lessons from conservatoire-trained pianist with extensive teaching and concert platform experience.

Lessons are thoughtfully tailored to pupils' individual goals, needs and personalities.

Structured course of study (for all exams, auditions, competitions or concerts) or purely for pleasure.

All students are given a firm grounding in knowledge & technique, whilst also receiving support & encouragement to become self motivated learners. With commitment to regular practise, success can be achieved.It is advised that parents (if applicable!) should attend lessons to better understand the learning process.

From the youngster who wants a creative outlet at the keyboard to the artist level musician (and teachers themselves), lessons provide motivation and inspiration to build the highest level of skill and confidence.

All ages and ability levels. Adults very welcome.

Contact Information

  • 72, Allt-yr-yn Avenue
    Newport, Gwent NP205DD
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Qualification: M.Mus, BA (Hons), ARCM(Hons), LRSM, LTCL(TD), LTCL(P), LGSM, PGCE

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