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Ant D'Souza Piano Tuition

Freelance Piano Tuition adapted for social distancing (offering lessons over Zoom or WhatsApp) or in person when the time comes. Covering beginners to more advanced levels of piano tuition and music theory.

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What do you love most about your job?

My biggest passion for piano teaching comes from people achieving their own specific needs from playing the piano. Some people want to pass grades, others want to be able to sit at a piano and just play something that sounds half decent. There's a moment where things just click, and start to fall in to place; where the logic and thought become secondary to the sound and music being produced by the instrument. And that feeling in that moment for both the student and myself is second to none. It's a real sense of achievement and accomplishment. My goal for piano teaching has also been to inspire students to reach their own tailored individual goals, whatever they my be.

What inspired you to start your own business?

My full time job is not in music. I'm a commercial pilot who used to train a handful of students in my spare time. Now that I have a small career break (due to Covid 19), I thought this is the best time to try and get more people to achieve what my existing piano students have done in my past few years of teaching.

Why should our clients choose you?

Most of my previous students had only started off on a temporary basis but have decided to stay with me. Most of my students now come from word of mouth where existing students have said various things to friends etc. In my opinion, I have a really relaxed approach to piano teaching, with an underlying ethos that you as an individual will get out exactly what you put in. I can definitely steer things in a direction and try and get you to use your time optimally, but ultimately it's down to the individual to want to improve. Therefore, my job is also to navigate the specific drives for the individual and their relationship with the piano. Once this is identified I can focus on maintaining and giving passion to that specific drive for the individual.

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