Travelling Piano Teacher in Guildford

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Contact Information

  • Guildford, Surrey GU27JN
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  • Hours

    Monday 16:30 - 20:00
    Tuesday 16:30 - 20:00
    Thursday 09:00 - 19:00
    Friday 16:00 - 18:30
    Sunday 12:00 - 18:00


I am an experienced travelling piano teacher working within Guildford. I've worked with students of all ages, but in particular, I have most experience with children and beginners. I always try to make learning the piano fun, especially for younger children! Every student is individual to me - whether the aim is to do well in piano exams or play for enjoyment, I tailor each lesson to suit the student.

Currently studying music at university, I've played piano for over 10 years and have been teaching for 2. After achieving a distinction in my Grade 8 performance, I chose to begin teaching as a part-time job alongside my A-Levels. Having found the job interesting, rewarding, and at times challenging, I would love to be able to continue teaching during my time at uni.

Drop me an email or text to arrange an introductory lesson!

Please note my costs include time and cost of travel. Costs may increase if you live outside of an easily travellable distance. 

£25 for an hour 

£12.50 for half an hour


Additional User Information

Disclosure and Barring Service: yes

Qualification: ABRSM Grade 8 Distinction

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