Hear Kolesnikov in Action This Saturday
This coming Saturday, multi prize winning and amazingly talented Pavel Kolsnikov is in concert in Wendover. If you are anywhere between London and Oxford this weekend then put this concert high up on your to-do list and get yourself some tickets. The event is due to take place in St Mary’s Church at 7:30pm and boasts an exciting programme. The music to be played includes works by Lachenmann, Debussy, Chopin, Couperin, and Schumann. If you would like to find out more about the upcoming concert and ticket information, the Wendover Music website has more information. Continue reading “Hear Kolesnikov in Action This Saturday”
How Much Do You Already Practise?
Most piano teachers will advise their pupils to practise for twenty minutes at least three times a week, but in reality how much do piano pupils really practise? Any child who learns at school and is left to their own devices probably doesn’t practise for the recommended amount of time, which of course will slow down their learning process. Older children and adults who are learning the piano of their own desire (rather than that of their parents) are much more likely to practise for longer and get the most out of their lessons. Anyone who goes on to study the piano at Music College or university will practise for up to ten hours a day for a minimum of five days a week. Continue reading “How Much Should I Practise My Piano?”