Mr Mark Birchall

4.5 star(s) from 2 votes

I have been teaching music (piano and keyboard) full-time for twelve years. I also teach other instruments, Music Theory and Music Technology. I have helped pupils pass Grade Exams, join and perform in bands/groups/orchestras, and many have become expert musicians.

I make music lessons as enjoyable as possible, as pupils progress and practice more when they see their instrument as a source of enjoyment. I have learned over the years that each pupil requires a different approach to learning, so I adapt my teaching methods to the needs of each pupil. I am happy to teach you any style of music you would like to learn.

I can provide many references from current and former pupils, and I am CRB checked.




Contact Information

  • 3 Manley Road, Waterloo
    Crosby, Merseyside L227RA
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  • Mobile: 07981031842
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Disclosure and Barring Service: yes

Qualification: ABRSM Piano & Music theory Grades 1-8

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 Highly recommeded, 09-07-2017 05:57PM

By: Carol Suthern

Mark has been teaching my 13 year old son the piano for 4 years. He really enjoys Mark's lessons and has made great progress. Mark is friendly and reliable and I highly recommend him.

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Did You Know Piano Facts

Around the middle of the twelfth century we find the keyed monochord, which was developed further, several strings being added, until eventually we recognize the clavichord. A tangent was fitted to the back of each key, which when raised contacted the single string, and facilitated simultaneous notes. The tangent acted as a bridge determining the speaking length of the string. A mute was fitted to the non-speaking length, so when the key was released the note stopped singing.