Piano Lessons at Greenside Music

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Friendly and experienced piano teachers

Piano lessons at Greenside Music are taught by Catherine Wilson and Georgina Wilson, with Catherine teaching the older and more experienced students, and Georgina teaching

the younger beginners. 

Friendly and informal setting

We're based at our home studio​ in Baschurch, near Shrewsbury, and are currently teaching piano lessons online.  

How much do piano lessons cost?

Lessons occur weekly during term time and are £15 per 30 minute lesson.  We ask for payment either termly or half termly. 

Who are piano lessons for?

Everyone! We teach students ranging from children (aged 6 and above) to adults, and complete beginners to Grade 8+. 
Whatever your age or ability, you're welcome at Greenside Music!

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The Greenside Music experience

No two students are the same, so no two lessons are the same! 

 

We appreciate that our students all want to achieve something different and have their own aspirations and motivations, so we always try and tailor our teaching to match our students' way of thinking.

 

Music can enrich your life in many different ways and can benefit your mind, body, and soul. No matter what a students' focus is, at Greenside Music we strive to make our lessons fun and informative in order to encourage our students to have a lifelong enjoyment of music.  

Sounds good, tell me more!

If you have any questions or if you'd like to enquire about lessons, email us on greensidemusic@gmail.com or call us on 01939 262872.

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The piano teachers at Greenside Music are Catherine Wilson and Georgina Wilson.
And yes, we are sisters!

Music has always been a big part of our lives, and we aim to share our passion and love for the piano (and music in general!) with everyone!

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Soul

Sometimes students prefer to learn for their own personal satisfaction, using piano as a way to relax and unwind.

Ways students can enjoy playing and escape into a world of music: 

  • Learning pieces that mean something to them (either a song they love, or a piece from a favourite film)
     

  • Practicing mindfulness while playing certain pieces 
     

  • Learning and playing pieces for fun, with no pressure or end goal 
     

  • Playing music games or taking part in fun musical challenges 

Music for the Soul

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Body

Research has shown that there are many health benefits of music, for example:

  • Trains your motor skills

  • Maintains speedy neural responses

  • Boosts your listening skills

  • Reduces cardiac complications

  • Lowers blood pressure

  • Reduces heart and respiratory rates

  • Keeps your mind sharp

  • Boosts your listening skills

Music can also be great for your mental health:

  • Reduces anxiety

  • Lifts your mood

  • Enables you to express emotions

  • Helps you relax

  • Boosts your confidence

  • Improves focus

  • Reduces stress

Music for the Body

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Mind

Sometimes students like to strive to attain goals, for example
 

  • Taking graded exams
    (we use Trinity College London)

     

  • Improving their musical technique and music theory
     

  • Preparing pieces ready for performances

    There's never any pressure from the teachers for a student to take an exam - if a student is happy, we're happy!

We like to encourage students to learn a wide variety of pieces and styles to broaden their repertoire and musical knowledge. 

Music for the Mind

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Music Resources

Fun Music Games and
Original Sheet Music

Words and stuff.