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Prepare for ABRSM examinations

If you are working hard to make progress with your music, you need a way to recognise your success and reassurance that you are on the right track.

Music exams offer motivation and inspiration, working from a carefully structured syllabus towards a definite goal. It provides a measure of personal progress and attainment against internationally recognised benchmarks and an objective guide to improve your musical skills.

Perhaps most importantly, it gives performance opportunities and a real sense of achievement.

Read more about ABRSM exams:

‘I do not have and hopefully will never have a certain style of teaching, a fixed methodology. I believe that this must vary with every single student. My way of teaching depends on each individual because I pay respect to their personal qualities as well as musical abilities.‘

Start from scratch

Whether you are six or sixty, now is the best time to start learning the piano. Urte has worked with children as young as four years old, and adults old enough to be her grandparents! Many students come willing to learn for their own enjoyment, with no plans for exams or graded syllabus. They learn about music and start making it themselves, and are often taken aback by how quickly their understanding, knowledge, and skill grow.  


‘Stuffing myself with skill and knowledge would be somewhat pointless without being able to pass that on... Seeing my student‘s progress is an extremely rewarding experience‘

Advanced player?

Be it solutions for technique or search for interpretation, being on the progress plateau is where you do not want to stay.

Music Theory

Understanding the theory behind music is extremely important for your musical development. Discover fascinating systems, structures and ideas!

‘The importance of understanding music theory is often underestimated. With no grasp of theory, one ends up struggling to understand, learn and remember the music... It is like learning a piece of poetry in a foreign language‘
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