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Lessons for Seniors 

Experience the joy and fulfilment of playing the piano well into post-retirement.


Whether you are a returning student and haven't touched the piano in years or a complete beginner, it’s never too late to start learning an instrument and reap the various health-related benefits that come with it. 

Learn the music you love

Learn how to play musical compositions that you adore or evoke beautiful, nostalgic memories from the past.

Delve into the musical artists and composers that you most admire, such as Elton John, The Beatles, Billy Joel, Elvis Presley, ABBA etc.

Learn at your own pace

Learn piano in a warm and inclusive space with a caring, compassionate and highly emotionally intelligent teacher.


Learn at your own pace and be patiently and gently guided to play the music that most inspires you.

Enjoy the learning process just as much as the destination or outcome. 

Improve your well-being

Engage in a creative activity that positively supports your well-being whilst having fun in a calm, stress-free environment. 


Learning piano can help improve psychological and physical quality of life and reduce the symptoms of depression.

Enjoy the social benefits of playing a musical instrument. Play the piano and share the joy of music with your grandchildren, or entertain family and friends when they come to visit you.  

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Enhance your brain function

Improve your cognitive function and stay mentally fit so that you can live a healthier and fuller life. Growing evidence suggests that learning the piano may help prevent age-related cognitive decline and neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's disease and dementia.

How playing an instrument benefits your brain - Anita Collins

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