Tim Stein now gives piano lessons in London with his brand new purpose built studio.
Online PR News – 23-November-2010 – – Tim Stein now offers piano lessons London in his purpose built North west London studio. Tim offers piano lessons to adults and children (6 +) of all abilities, for examinations or fun.
Tim has built a small, hand-picked team of enthusiastic assistant piano teachers drawn from the Paris Conservatoire, the Royal College and the Royal Academy in London.
Tim has over 25 years’ teaching experience and now offers piano lesson to students in their own home as well as his purpose built studio. It doesn’t matter what level you are at as Tim can help you not just with the techniques needed, but also the confidence most people lack when trying to learn to play the piano.
Born in London in 1966, Tim began studying the piano at 6. Educated at University College School, Hampstead, Tim read music at the Birmingham Conservatoire (specialising in the piano and harpsichord), before completing his postgraduate studies at Sheffield University.
Amongst his piano teachers were Malcolm Wilson, Margaret Newman and Philip Fowke (former Head of Keyboard at Trinity College of Music). Tim held teaching posts at The American School in London and at King’s School, Rochester, before setting up his private studio in North West London.
Aside from his teaching activities, Tim is a respected music journalist, having written for both The Independent and the Guardian, on a wide range of musical topics. Tim is currently ‘Agony Uncle’ for Pianist magazine, where he writes a regular Q & A column on all aspects of piano playing.