One to One Piano Courses
Our excellent one to one piano courses are suitable for all, from absolute beginners without any prior musical knowledge to advanced amateur pianists. They can be joined at any time during the year and are provided by highly qualified and experienced piano instructors.
Attending a one to one piano course at Sasensky School of Piano is undoubtedly the most efficient way to make rapid progress and benefit from a highly personalised piano instruction. Thanks to the remarkable experience that our piano instructors have in the field of piano education, you can be assured to benefit from a piano course that suits your specific needs and wishes, whatever your current pianistic abilities.
At Sasensky School of Piano, we are proud to be able to provide an outstanding one to one piano instruction to students from all levels and abilities. Our remarkable piano teachers are extremely flexible and know how to adapt in order to design the most suitable piano course and help you improve in the right direction.
Group Piano Courses
Our group piano course is perfect for beginners and intermediary students who want to learn how to play the piano in a group format. Enjoy an excellent piano course in a small group format and learn the correct piano technique from day one. Each group piano course is handled by two teachers.
Learning to play the piano in a group format is a very effective method to start learning the piano. In a group piano class, you can learn a lot from your teachers as well as your fellow colleagues learning with you. You can also improve your ability to listen, analyse and work in a team! There are between three to six individuals per group class.
At Sasensky School of Piano, we are proud to be able to provide an outstanding one to one piano instruction to students from all levels and abilities. Our remarkable piano tutors are extremely flexible and know how to adapt in order to design the most suitable piano course and help you improve in the right direction.
Online Piano Courses
Our excellent online piano courses are suitable for all ages – from absolute beginners without any prior musical knowledge to advanced amateur pianists. Learning to play the piano in a group format is a very effective method to start learning the piano.
Online piano courses are conducted via Zoom. There are between three to six individuals per group class and these group piano courses are handled by two teachers.
Our online piano group courses are suitable for beginner learners as well as those with experience.
Trinity College London Piano Performance & Music Theory Courses
Trinity College London provides exams and awards qualifications in over 60 countries around the world. Sasensky School of Piano offers.
Trinity graded exams from Initial to Grade 8 allow learners to perform to their strengths; the both theory and practical Trinity examinations in piano flexible structure enables learners to gain recognition for their own unique skills as performers.
Trinity College London graded exams:
- Recognise that a flexible approach is best, prioritising candidates’ individual needs
- Offer freedom of choice within assessments, enabling candidates to demonstrate their musicianship in the way that suits them best
- Assess real-life skills that translate naturally from real music-making to the assessment
- Assess skills that are specific to each discipline
- Allow candidates to express their whole musical personalities through options to demonstrate creativity in different ways
- Provide precise and specific feedback to inform continued learning.
Trinity’s Theory of Music syllabus responds to modern teaching and learning styles with Theory of Music Workbooks presenting the study of musical theory in bright and practical formats, attractive to both the student and the teacher. Not only will it help you to progress more quickly on your instrument, studying for Theory exams will help you to gain a broad understanding of classical music.
Each exam has three components: pieces, technical work and supporting tests, with different requirements depending on the grade.
Digital Grades and Diplomas sit alongside face-to-face exams, providing even more choice and flexibility in how a regulated graded qualification can be achieved. Responsive to a changing world, these exams have been designed to support teaching, learning and assessment through a digital medium
ATCL (Teachers’ Diploma) Courses
Trinity diplomas (ATCL, LTCL and FTCL) are for those looking to take their professional development to the next level in music performance, teaching or theory. Trinity teaching diplomas cover instrumental and vocal teaching to individuals, small groups and in the classroom
ATCL examines how well you understand the theory behind effective music teaching, and your ability to plan and deliver teaching activities.
- Minimal teaching experience needed
- Aimed at individual or small group teaching
- Equivalent in difficulty to the first year of an undergraduate degree
The Digital Performance Diplomas enable candidates to record their pieces/songs at a place and time of their choice and then submit the video recording via our online platform to be assessed by our expert examiners. The exams have the same academic rigour as our face-to-face exams, and candidates gain full recognition for their achievements, with the same certificate awarded as for the face-to-face exams.
ABRSM Piano Performance & Music Theory Courses
ABRSM Practical graded music exams to motivate instrumental and singing students of all ages and a wide range of abilities. They’re available at Grades 1 to 8, as well as a pre-Grade 1 Initial Grade for some subjects. They provide:
- Progressive goals to aim for
- Recognition for achievement
- Carefully structured syllabus requirements
- One-to-one assessment by an expert professional
- An objective guide to a candidate’s skills and progress.
ABRSM exams are music exams rather than instrumental or singing exams. Examiners assess the quality of the music-making, not how it’s achieved. For this reason, we don’t restrict examiners to assessing only their own instrument but require them to examine all instruments.
There are no age restrictions and students can start with any grade or skip grades if they want to.
ABRSM’s Music Theory exams aim to give students a thorough understanding of the building blocks of music, starting with the basics of rhythm and notes, and going on to cover harmony and counterpoint, composition, and a broad knowledge of western music, including composers and their works, structure, style and period.
To provide a more candidate-friendly experience, the assessment of Music Theory at Grades 1 to 5 has been moved to an online exam.
With a focus on creating a more reliable and accessible assessment, Online Music Theory exams give candidates the best opportunity to demonstrate their musical knowledge and understanding.
London College of Music (LCM)
Sasensky School of Piano offers group and individual classes for London College of Music examinations in both theory and practical’s.
Established in 1877, the London College of Music Examinations (LCME) is the longest-established exam board for the creative arts in the UK and the only one that is part of a leading British university, the University of West London.
There are eight LCM Piano grades, plus three introductory levels, four performance diplomas and three teaching diplomas.
The standard graded exams consist of a performance of three pieces, technical work, sight reading, a discussion and aural tests.
LCM also provides alternatives to standard examination format designed to offer something different to a diverse range of candidates:
- Recital – an exam entirely or predominantly performance-based
- Leisure Play – a performance of four pieces, with an optional own-choice piece
- Performance Award – a performance-based assessment by video submission
- Concert – an entirely performance-based diploma exam