Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) & Answers
By the time your child progress musically, play dynamically (shaping the phrase of the music), and use a pedal while playing, it is recommended that they move to a more sophisticated keyboard or digital piano which has the three features as below. This will ensure that they develop to use the correct key range, finger strength and control technique while playing:
You are never too old to begin learning the piano. Many adults are concerned that they are too old or no longer have the ability to learn to play piano, and that is absolutely not true. Although the best time to learn music is before age 7, adult piano students can still develop their musically knowledge and abilities.
Adult's advantages are more focused, self-motivated, and greater intellectual powers to grasp musical concept than the average children. The many adult students are now taking up piano lessons in later years are living proof that it is never too late to learn something new which opens them to have a more enjoyable & relaxed life, especially while they receive the pleasure and sense of accomplishment. In addition, it is also noted that playing piano is a good exercise if fingers are getting stiff from arthritis. Top
All piano students are required to keep fingernails very short to allow the correct hand position. For mastery of touch technique, the fingertips attack the keys at all times firmly, with finger curved. If the nail is too long, they will get in the way and click the keys wobbly.
The nail is too long for playing the piano, if you can see your nails when looking at your hand palm facing you. Top
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By Tube: Nearest station is Finchley Central on the Northern Line. From station, exists, head towards the main road (Ballards Lane), turn left southbound on Ballards lane for about 15 minutes. Turn left onto Beechwood Avenue, just before getting to Henly's Corner. Edge Hill Avenue is the first right on Beechwood Avenue.
By Bus: Take buses 82, 102 or 460 to Henly's Corner. Head towards the north side of North Circular Road and east side of Regents Park Road. Walk along the north side of the North Circular Road towards the east. Edge Hill Avenue is the second left off the North Circular Road.
By Car: Edge Hill Avenue is the second left off the North Circular Road, just past the Henly's Corner junction. From M1, exit at Junction onto the A1 and go past 2 traffic junctions. On the 3rd traffic junction, the A1 joins the North Circular Road. Keep on the left lane. The 4th traffic junction is the Henly's Corner junction. Take the left (keep left) to stay on North Circular Road, Edge Hill Avenue is the second left.
From Finchley Central: Head South on Ballards Lane which then becomes Regents Park Road. Turn left onto Beechwood Avenue just before Henly's Corner. Edge Hll Avenue is the first right off Beechwood Avenue.
From Golders Green: Head North on Finchley Road until you get the big traffic junction at Henly's Corner. Turn right onto North Circular Road, junction at Henly's Corner. Turn right onto North Circular Road. Keep on left lane of North Circular Road. Edge Hill Avenue is the second left off the North Circular Road. Top
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