Piano Keys


Teachers at  Altrincham Music School will go out of their way to engage their students and inspire them to enquire and learn. These classes give our students a chance to apply their unique skills and expand their horizons by learning something new. Hurry up - there are limited places available for this popular instrument! Give us a call today if you want to learn more.

Piano Courses

8 years to Adult

Our courses are ideal for those of all ages who want to learn the piano in an imaginative and supportive atmosphere. 
Working in a group of up to eight, pupils have the additional advantage of being able to play by ear as well as reading

music in a more formal and traditional way as lessons progress. Technique is built up solidly from week

to week and pupils normally take a grade exam annually while also being able to perform in public several times a year.

This successful course is for both children and adults. It attracts many 'returners' who used to learn and want to come back to study in a more informal, stress-free environment. As well as reading and playing music it also focuses on improvisation, accompaniment and arranging music for pleasure. Exams are optional but follow a fully accredited 
Trinity College London exam syllabus and will take the student from beginner to Grade 8 and beyond.

Junior Piano Courses

6-7 years old

Our Junior piano courses provide a fun and stimulating environment in which children can enjoy making 
music on a piano. It is open to beginners aged between six and seven and is designed to 
build a strong foundation for further piano study.

At the age of six, a child's attention span has started to lengthen and they can stay focused for longer.
We believe that a fun approach to learning music is important. We achieve this through listening, singing
and reading activities. 

Course material consists of a series of themed text books with a visually striking 
cartoon-style presentation designed to appeal to children of this age. An examination syllabus is available 
for the course, which leads to a fully accredited Trinity College London qualification.