Meet Your Teacher!
Oxford Piano School combines innovative teaching strategies with traditional and modern piano methods. It offers outstanding piano tuition to students of all ages, abilities and backgrounds.
Our students develop a complete range of musicianship skills in a creative and non-pressured environment.
Enjoyment comes first...
At Oxford Piano School you'll find no two lessons are the same, keeping things fresh and exciting. Student-oriented lessons are directed towards your goals and interests.
An encouraging, non-critical approach and empathetic teaching style means all pupils grow in confidence and we work on solving problems together!
Become a musician...
Ever wanted to learn how to improvise? Or maybe even compose your own music?
I train students to be well-rounded musicians as well as excellent pianists.
Piano is taught from beginner through to diploma level and beyond.
Prepare for your ABRSM Grade 5 Theory exam with Oxford Piano School.
Tuition in composition from an Oxford University music graduate.
Meet Your Teacher!
Joe Burgess, MA (Oxon - Music)
"Hi! I'm Joe, a professional piano teacher and musician. I studied music at Oxford University where I specialised in piano performance and was an organ scholar at Somerville College. I've taught piano privately and in schools for 12 years. Along the way, I have helped many adults and children develop into accomplished musicians and excellent pianists, many of whom were complete beginners when they started.
As a former classroom teacher and Head of Music, I am mindful of the vast differences in learning styles of each of my piano pupils, and know how to get the best from students of all ages. I have had a highly varied performing career as a versatile pianist, organist and musical director, enabling me to engage fully with my pupils' wide ranging musical interests.
I have a track record of excellent pupil ABRSM results. You'll feel prepared and confident whatever grade you are taking, but you'll also find my lessons never feel exam-oriented. My approach is the same, whether you are preparing for Grades or learning for pleasure. Ultimately, making progress on the instrument and improving as a musician always takes precedence over learning to pass exams.
I believe enjoyment is the key to success at any instrument. With that in mind, I encourage all my students to follow their own interests and to learn a variety of skills, such as improvisation, theory, sight-reading, playing by ear, and song-writing; skills often neglected by school curriculums and traditional piano teaching methods."
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