Nikki Wu

Are you looking for a professional piano teacher for your children  or yourself? 

I graduated from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire with a Master's degree.

I have more than 10 years of experience teaching privately and in schools. I have taught students from the age of four to adults, so I am more than happy to teach all the ages.

I have taught many students who take the grading exams such as ABRSM, Trinity and for competitions.

As a result of my teaching one of my students was awarded 3rd prize in the 2019 America Mountain West International Piano Festival & Competition; and 2nd prize in the 2019 Hua Biao International Piano Open Competition. 

Another three of my students were also awarded the 2019 Wienner Mozart Internationnaler Klawvierwettbewerb: 2nd prize and 3rd prizes.

For myself, I have also received the 2019 America Mountain West International Piano Festival & Competition; as well as the 2019 Hua Biao International Piano Open Competition, both for “Excellent Piano Teacher”. 

I really enjoy teaching beginners, it is always a good thing to see my students start the first step with Piano and Oboe and see the progress made!

2013 to 2014: Chang Ping No. 2 High school of Beijing, Teaching children the Oboe.

2015 to Present: Private Oboe, Piano and music theory teacher.


Nikki Wu piano lesson in Birmingham

I work well with children as my teaching method includes a fun side along with a thorough education.

I am based in Birmingham city centre teach at home, but I also do house visit lessons.

Tuition fee

30 minutes £ 16

45 minutes £ 24

1 hour £ 32

If it is a house visit lesson, a travel cost will need to be paid.

I really enjoy teaching children, to watch them grow to an excellent stage is most rewarding.
I believe everyone can learn music; I like to show they can enjoy the feeling of playing music and what it gives to us.
I respect each of the student's individuality and help them develop all the love and skill for music.

If you have any further questions please do not hesitate get in touch with me.

Contact Information

  • Warstone Lane
    Birmingham, West Midlands B18 6JQ
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    Disclosure and Barring Service: Yes

    Qualification: MMUS, BA

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Disclosure and Barring Service: Yes

Qualification: MMUS, BA

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