Pei-Chieh Hsieh (PeiPei)

4 star(s) from 2 votes

Are you looking for a patient and enthusiastic piano teacher for yourself or your child? 

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98% pupils who took grade exams between 2010-2017 achieved  distinction or Merit. Students have awarded several prizes at Solihull & Birmingham festivals.

Music Background
(a qualified teacher AND a concert pianist)

PeiPei has been learning piano as a soloist since the age of four, and has participated in many concerts and competitions in Taiwan, UK and Europe. She has a Master degree from Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, where she worked as a professional vocal and instrument accompanist. Recent years, she activity performed in charity concerts. PeiPei is currently studying piano under professor Philip Jenkins, who is widely recognised as one of Britian sought- after teacher. 

Coming from a teachers' background (both her parents are teachers), PeiPei naturally loves teaching and working with young people. She holds a first degree in Music Education from a teachers' college in her home country (Taiwan), which means that she is fully trained as a music teacher. She also has 18 years experience teaching piano privately to people of all ages. Through her strong background in teaching and performance, PeiPei has mastered many creative methods to make people enjoy learning piano and being confident about themselves. She strongly believes that learning music should be both formative and enjoyable. " Dogs and Birds " series is one of the creative materials she often use for the younger children.

PeiPei's Piano Lesson

I am based in Solihull(Shirley), and can give lessons during weekdays and weekends. I have teaching grade exams up to diploma. Any age welcome! I have all sort of age students between 4-70 years old. Feel free to contact me to discuss your specific needs. 

Tuition fee (Lessons at my house ) 

1h £31

45 minutes £23.50 

30 minutes £16

As my space is quite limited, I have other teachers work alongside together with me.  They will be able to give lessons in your comfortable house. 

Please feel free to call or email me for more details. 




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  • Solihull, West Midlands B90 2AB
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Qualification: MMus, PGDip (Guildhall School of Music&Drama); BA (Music Education)

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 Quality and passion, 11-09-2017 08:54PM

By: Mr Chauhan

Proprietary is a compassionate musician who teaches with vigour and passion. The best teacher my children have had

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