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Celine Gaurier-Joubert
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Passionate about teaching adults how to excel playing
Passionate about teaching adults how to excel playing

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Space is SERIOUSLY limited at the London Piano Institute. Sign up now to avoid disappointment. New GROUP class open on Tuesdays at 7pm. Enquiry now.

http://www.londonpianoinstitute.co.uk/
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Always, always remember that if you struggle with a certain passage on the piano, someone else also struggled with that.

The greatest Masters of the piano, including Alfred Cortot, Edson Elias, Lipatti also used to struggle.

What is the difference between you and them?

Absolutely nothing.

You probably don't believe me now, but it was their determination as well as enthusiasm that made them the great pianists that they were.

(Far more so than their talent)

Did they practise lots?

You bet!

Yes, they worked. They worked and studied and practised harder than anyone else.

In the end it paid off.

I just want to inspire you to practice harder and go for your dreams.

At the end of the day you deserve to become the pianist you have always wanted to be!
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Our summer piano concert page is finally online. Have a read here:
http://www.londonpianoinstitute.co.uk/student-concerts-musical-evenings/july-summer-concert-2014/
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Want to learn jazz piano? Check out our new page online: http://www.londonpianoinstitute.co.uk/jazz-piano-lessons-london/
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Always remember that practising in itself without focus is simply not good enough. It's not practising that bring success, but perfect practice.

That is why I would always recommend that you prepare and plan your practice sessions.

"Proper preparation prevents poor performance"!

Please do remember that your piano playing has got a direct correlation the amount of hours you practice and the effort you expand during those hours.

Remember consistent daily practice is always preferred over long marathon sessions on an irregular basis.

Also, if you only have 15 minutes a day to practice, that should suffice as long as you practice with focus and determination.

I also recommend practising the hard bits first.

I wish you great success in your piano playing!
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Do You like Tangos? We had lots and lots of tangos and other great performances at our spring concert in 2014. The page has finally been updated  and you can view the performance: http://www.londonpianoinstitute.co.uk/student-concerts-musical-evenings/march-spring-concert-2014/
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Supreme serenity still remains the Ideal of great Art. The shapes and transitory forms of life are but stages toward this Ideal, which Christ's religion illuminates with His divine light.
 - Franz Liszt
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Take a look at my latest article on performing the piano in public:
http://www.londonpianoinstitute.co.uk/the-art-of-performing-the-piano-in-public/
The Art of Performing Piano in Public
The Art of Performing Piano in Public
londonpianoinstitute.co.uk
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