Piano lessons at Pian Piano (The Hague, The Netherlands) are tailored to suit individual needs through a wide range of repertoire whether a complete beginner, pursuing graded qualifications or simply playing for pleasure.
Whatever your instrument, individual music theory courses are available, particularly aimed to support those planning to take the ABRSM Grade 5 music theory examination (required for grade 6 practical and beyond).
Clare is a professional freelance musician and devoted music educator. A graduate of the Birmingham Conservatoire (U.K.) and the Royal Conservatory of The Hague (Netherlands), Clare has over 20 years teaching experience both privately and in state-run and independent schools. Since 2014 she has served as an international diploma and grade examiner for ABRSM (The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music), a role that has taken her across Europe, the United States and to the Far East to hear and assess musicians of all ages and abilities.
In September 2021 Clare opened her own busy teaching practice Pian Piano (Step by Step) at Mooof in The Hague.
For inquiries or to arrange a consultation lesson, email Clare at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 06-4180-6887.
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I like playing piano because it makes me feel happy and Clare explains things really well.
I like playing the piano because the pieces that my teacher chooses are fun to play and to listen to.
Piano lessons with Clare are really fun and I enjoy the challenge of learning new pieces under her encouraging direction. I also find it calming to practise at home and it helps me switch off.
I enjoy my piano lessons because Miss Clare is fun and nice to play the piano with.
What I really like about Clare is that she is a very nice teacher: calm, explains well and makes me like piano. Because of Clare I passed my exam in 6 months instead of a year. I can really recommend Clare as a brilliant teacher.
I like playing the piano because it is fun and enjoyable. I like playing music, it is a good past-time and helps with music in school. Piano is challenging and good for my brain.
Congratulations to Pian Piano students who each passed their ABRSM Performance Grade Initial to Grade 3 and ABRSM Grade 5 Music Theory examinations with distinction during our first term! A super start!