Three of our corporate members – WKMT, The Sokol Piano Academy and Your Space – are offering discounts on lessons to Making Music members. Find out more about how to claim below.
WKMT: 5% off piano lessons
WKMT offers piano lessons in London (studios in Kensington and Camberwell with home visits also available) to children and adults of all abilities. Lessons are available Monday to Sunday 9am to 9pm.
WKMT was founded by Argentinian composer and concert pianist Juan Rezzuto, who personally trains the team of over 20 qualified professionals.
To claim your discount, quote code Quote code MMWKMT18 when booking.
The Sokol Piano Academy: 15% of first lesson
The Sokol Piano Academy offers piano lessons in London for students of all ages and levels. They teach the Sokol methodology which is particularly popular for beginners and returning pianists. They emphasise the efficiency of learning so that you get the most out of your lessons and home practice.
You can book a trial piano lesson on their website – Making Music members receive a 15% discount on the first trial lesson.
Your Space: five 30 minute lessons for £64.99 + free Pam Wedgwood beginner piano tuition book
Your Space Music Lessons are inviting you to experience five 30 minute live online piano lessons, linking with a professional piano teacher, and receive a free beginner piano music book, Pam Wedgwood’s ‘Its Never Too Late to Play Piano’ for adults.
Your Space online piano students connect with their teacher online using Zoom video conferencing software, on a laptop or large screen tablet with an Internet speed of more than 2 Mbs upload and download.
‘Everything is taken step by step as if the teacher is sat next to you. And we build positive motivating relationships to develop confidence in all our music students.’
Olwen Macleod, Teaching Director at Your Space Music Lessons, who specialises in teaching the piano online to beginner adults.
‘Some adults have pieces in mind they want to work towards, or we work together to prepare for music examinations to make accredited progress, every student has different aspirations in mind.’
- Take lessons at home
- Work on music you love
- Uses everyday technology and everyday internet speeds
- Focused and flowing lessons
- Friendly and motivating teachers
- Work towards ABRSM exams if you wish
- Supported booking and payment centre
To qualify, register for free a taster lesson initially, and if you wish to go ahead and book five lessons, a member of the Your Space team will send out the tuition book ready for your first official lesson.
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