I offer piano lessons to aspirants of all ages, from beginner to advanced level.
For beginners teaching of musical notation (notes and rhythms), forms of accompaniment, how to play by ear; simple exercises with separate hands, technique exercises for the hands; then performance of simple pieces with both hands together; accompaniment to repertoire pieces.
For advanced repertoire pieces, consolidation of piano technique and interpretative skills.
If you have enthusiasm, love of music and desire to learn piano, then don't hesitate to contact me!

The first lesson is obviously free!

About my piano teaching

Providing piano lessons gives me great satisfaction, especially I like seeing the progress of my students day after day.
Based on my actual work experience of teaching this instrument (Munich - Germany) and my courses during my Concert piano Master at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, I have always been told that I am very patient and that I can create a very good atmosphere with my students. For me, teaching means growth, not only for the student but also for the teacher himself, who must be able to listen carefully to how the student plays and interprets a piece, must be very generous, respect his personality and establish a very communicative relationship with him. He has to be very intuitive in understanding what exactly, or in what area, the pupil can improve, and he has to suggest ideas, without imposing them, trying to understand what the pupil's opinion is; moreover, he has to achieve his goals with as many didactic means as possible (imitation on the piano, questions, stories, anecdotes, pictures, etc.).

In addition to all this, I would like to emphasise something to which I owe my growth in recent years, as a pianist and as a musician, and which has revealed to me valuable suggestions regarding the relationship between didactics and interpretation: concert improvisation on the piano, in the classical style, for which I obtained a CAS specialisation diploma at the Conservatorio della Svizzera Italiana in Lugano in 2021. Improvisation represents a bridge between classical interpretation and composition and allows you to discover one' s personality more clearly, to better understand the style of composers, to compose pieces spontaneously using this style, to create music from certain feelings and images. All these elements are present in the classical repertoire, but in the opposite direction: one starts from the score and gets to the feelings and messages that the work expresses. In addition, improvisation allows one to ask oneself what one really wants from music, which style one prefers to improvise with, and, as a consequence, which type of repertoire fits one personality better than another.

Moreover, from the didactic perspective, improvisation proves to be very useful from a psychological point of view: it is very well suited to children, because no 'mistakes' are made; on the contrary, these even represent new stimuli for what can happen later in an improvised piece. For example, one can create pieces spontaneously using only the black keys of the keyboard or small, simple musical forms, such as nocturnes and minuets (also with piano accompaniment from the teacher), so that a novice pupil can take great pleasure in learning the piano and feel at ease.