Tag Archives: London

Happy new year!

Hello all! It’s been a while…. I’ve been extremely busy with piano lessons over the last 6 months, it has been fantastic! I have just had an amazing trip to Paris for a well deserved break! I sold a few Piano Lesson vouchers for Christmas so I will be even busier now! Anyway, Happy New […]

Playing in parliament

So last week I was invited to play piano in Mr Speaker’s house in the houses of parliament. This was a fantastic opportunity and a great privilege to play in such a special place. I played some lovely jazz on a beautiful old Steinway – fantastic! The event was to raise money for the stairway […]

Those Autumn Leaves

I think Summer is officially over as of this weekend…. But that’s great news, it means I can sit inside playing Jazz piano in the warm, with a nice hearty stew slowly cooking in the oven…. Now what could be nicer than that? There’s something really special about playing piano at this time of year, […]

Back to piano lessons!

After a lovely break over the summer I’m finally happy to be back teaching piano again! All of my students are back from their holidays and it’s nice to be busy again! I do still have a couple of spare slots so if you’re interested in starting piano lessons do let me know ASAP before […]

Demo ready to listen to!

Hi there! I’ve just got back from a fantastic break in Cadiz, Andalucia…. Now it’s time to get back to teaching and playing some piano! So I finally have my demo on this website now, have a listen… Also watch out for the new Paddypianoteacher YouTube page, soon to feature videos of myself and my […]

Piano man was the Crown Jools

For the Jubilee weekend my mother took me to see Jools Holland and his rhythm and blues band at the Malvern Theatre. What a show! If you don’t already play the piano then this man will make you want to play. His enthusiasm, wit and showmanship make him an all round fantastic entertainer. Jools Holland […]

Digital pianos – yes or no?

Today I am going into London’s famous Denmark Street, which is lined with music shops, to try out some new digital pianos. As soon as I mention the term ‘digital pianos’ the purists among you will be cringing at the thought of playing something that is not a traditional instrument. Although I am just as […]