Are you living in Malta? Or maybe you’re planning to move here?
Do you have the dream of becoming a piano player? Are you a piano player already and you want to improve?
Great! Sun-Sounds will help by providing you with piano lessons in Malta!
Here is some key information about piano lessons that you might find useful:
45 minute or 1 hour sessions. Two options to choose from for your guitar lesson length; one option is of 45 minutes, the other is of 1 hour.
One on one Lessons. You can choose between one-on-one or even one-on-two type of piano lessons (if you bring your own partner).
Weekly Piano Lessons or more. It’s up to you to choose how frequently you will have your piano lessons. We recommend weekly sessions, to have enough time to practice at home and integrate what you learn in your playing. But it all depends on your motivation and your goals!
Don’t worry, we are reasonable on pricing. A one-on-one session costs 15 euro for 45 minutes, or 20 euro for 1 hour. A paired lesson 10 euro per person for 45 minutes or 15€ per person for 1 hour. You take your pick on the duration you prefer.
Everyone is welcome! Here at Sun-Sounds we welcome players of any age and skill. It doesn’t matter if you are young or old, if you’ve been playing for 20 years or you have never even sat at a piano. It’s all about the motivation and the intention! Our youngest students start from 7 years of age and our eldest shoot up to 85, yup, it’s never too late.
Individually designed curriculum. The structure and content of lessons will be individually designed according to the needs and desires of the student. Our tutor will pay close attention to your opinion, your experience with music, your goals and dreams. But the basic topics you will touch upon in the piano lessons will be reading musical annotation and developing the mechanics of playing. So you will learn to read and play scales and chords while learning to understand a musical theory. Don’t be scared by all these fancy words, you will have lots of fun!
Practice makes perfect! Do you think Mozart or any other great piano player became who he or she is now merely by getting lessons? Of course not. Sure, learning to play an instrument at that level is a long and dedicated process. It requires a lot of patience, time, love, inspiration and work, but why not try? It's always healthy to push our personal boundaries and surprise ourselves! So if you really want to achieve your goals, you will have to practice playing at home. Then you will show your progress to the teacher and you both will decide the direction to which you will move.
You have probably come across countless DIY online piano lessons that sound great. And maybe they are, but no video can ever replace that human contact and honest communication that we offer here at Sun-Sounds in Sliema, Malta. Also, many players find that the personal approach to music teaching and learning is definitely more efficient.