Try from just one lesson!


Online lessons can provide you easy access to learning piano without spending time to visit your teacher.


You can book from only one lesson without any further commitment.


So, in this way, you can try one lesson as a taster, and if you would like to have another one, just book it whenever suits you!


ABRSM exam support is also available.


Booking on the day may be possible up to 3 hours before the time you want to book depending on teacher availability.


Face-to-face lesson is also available in London E14.


* Currently we offer online lessons only due to Covid-19, however, face-to-face lesson will start as soon as it gets safer.


** There is already a waiting list for face-to-face lessons, so please send us your request. First come first served.


*** You can switch from online to face-to-face.


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The firm of Kirkman piano makers was founded in 1730, according to the Pierce Piano Atlas. However, Kirkman inherited the business from Tabel's wife, whom he married one month after Tabel's death. Tabel was a harpsichord maker who trained with Ruckers. He came to London in 1680 and set up making harpsichords. Abraham Kirkman, who was born in 1710 inBischweiler near Strasbourg, came to work for Tabel. In 1742 hemoved to Great Pulteney Street. These are some later dates and locations for him:
(1817) (Grand Pianoforte Maker to Her Majesty and H.R.H. The PrinceRegent)
(1818-1832) (Grand Pianoforte Maker to His Majesty) 19 Broad Street,Golden Square
(1822-1896) Kirkman, Joseph (Junior) 67 Frith Street, Soho
(1831) 3 Soho Square
(1846) 9 Dean Street
(1848) DuLour's Place, Golden Square
(1864) 21 Broad Street, Golden Square
(1894) 12A George Street, Hanover Square
They had associates with Collard who were based at 50 Bond Street,London, the same as Chappell. There is a fine example of a Kirkmanharpsichord at the Colt Clavier private collection. In 1896Georgiana Kirkman sold the business to Collard's at cost.