If you’re looking for piano lessons in the Kensington or South Kensington areas of London, we’re glad you found the London Piano Centre – we are conveniently located at the Bluthner piano facility, and if you’d rather take lessons at home, we can discuss an online learning arranged via Skype, Zoom, or FaceTime.
Our Faculty: Piano Teachers in Kensington
The London Piano Centre differentiates itself by offering a faculty of internationally renowned pianists. Founder Gabriele Baldocci, an acclaimed concert pianist and faculty member at Trinity Laban, believes that piano is best learned from practising musicians; as a result, every teacher at our piano school is a professional pianist. Our faculty includes Mikhail Kazakevich, Sergio De Simone, and David Malusà.
If you would like to sign up for a trial lesson with one of our professors, please reach us at your earliest convenience. And if your professor is unable to attend a lesson because of his performance schedule, you will either be offered a reschedule, or another faculty member will teach your lesson.
How To Access Our Kensington Piano Studio
If you are walking from Kensington to our location at 6 Baker Street in Marylebone, you can cut right through Hyde Park and find our studio near Portman Square. If you are traveling via public transit, it’s about a 25 minute bus ride from Harley Street (Stop L) to High Street Kensington (Stop F). If you are traveling by vehicle, we are a short 15 minute drive away. Please don’t hesitate to email us for more information about traveling arrangements and parking; we would be happy to help you.
Levels We Teach
Beginner Piano Lessons in Kensington
We are happy to help you start your piano journey, and we have a significant amount of experience working with those who are new to the keyboard. The London Piano Centre is a stress-free environment for you to grow your appreciation for music, and we want to create a solid foundation for you at the piano. You’ll learn about proper technique and theory, and we’ll help you find piano music that is at the right level for your skill set.
Advanced Piano Lessons in Kensington
Are you preparing for recitals or conservatory auditions, or have you been playing the piano for a long time? Whether you are an aspiring professional pianist or a high level amateur, you are welcome at the London Piano Centre. We are happy to offer our professional expertise, and depending on the lesson package you select, you may participate in one or two live performances every year.
Piano Lessons For Children
Starting your children at the piano is a noble pursuit, and we will partner with you to ensure that they receive the best piano foundation possible. We’ll work with them on note reading and technique, and we will select music that will push them to improve consistently.
Piano Lessons for Adults
Whether you are an adult beginner or a seasoned pianist, we sincerely enjoy working with our adult students. From young adults to middle-aged individuals and seniors, each mature piano student has a unique set of goals or aspirations at the piano. Playing for your own relaxation, sharing music with friends, competing in amateur contests — all are worthy reasons to take piano lessons, and we would love to work with you.
Our Piano Lesson Rates
We follow a pay-as-you-learn tuition model at London Piano Centre, and students choose from online and in-person lessons. Lesson durations and additional features vary; please note that the lowest rate is for 30 minutes lesson slots. If you would like to learn more about our piano lesson rates in Kensington, please visit our rates page.
What To Expect in Lessons at the London Piano Centre
Our teachers have studied and performed with the leading pianists of our day, and as a result, your lessons will be dynamic, inspiring, and full of information. We want to create musicians, not simply pianists, and we can guarantee that you will have a deeper appreciation for your repertoire, instrument, and music as a whole at the end of each session.
Are you working on Baroque or early music? We’ve performed it, and we can help you prepare for a historically informed presentation or recital. Do you have an affinity for Mozart, early Beethoven, or other music from the classical era? We would love to work with you on that as well. As touring pianists often do, we’ve performed extensively in the Romantic era; Liszt, Rachmaninoff, Prokofiev and more are not strangers to our faculty. Whether you’re hoping to progress in traditional or contemporary literature, we would love to work with you. We can also help you learn jazz or other popular genres, and we always root our teaching in music theory.
We also place importance on technique and tension-free playing; we want you to stay healthy and relaxed at the piano, and that focus will help you play with increasing speed and dexterity.
Schedule a Trial Lesson
If you are interested in getting started, or if you’d like to learn more about our London piano lessons, you can reach us through our contact form or by phone, and we will find a time to meet. We know you lead a busy life, and we will do our best to find a time that fits your schedule!