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  1. Zoom is our main platform for online lesson. Recently we have noted that when Zoom automatically updates or asks you to update the audio settings change. The way they are set by default has meant that some students and teacher had problems with audio cutting out.

    Want to try out online singing / piano lessons? 

    If you have this problem, DON’T DESPAIR. Here is how to fix it: Click title to read on 

  2. The unexpected advice


    I was already an active performer throughout my teenage years, mainly as a dancer but my real passion was to be a singer. When I had the opportunity to perform as part of a dance act at a festival in northern Germany at the age of 16 I was extremely excited. We were put up in a hotel for the weekend and performed in front of a couple of hundred people. What a great experience! I also enjoyed  the free catering with all their sweet treats available to us. Not being used to having this available to me, I surely didn’t think of not having all the treats I could eat (especially after performing and wanting the sugary calories).

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    Our show was on the Saturday night, a

  3. Piano lessons in Machester

    Katie Profil

    We are so pleased to be expanding our locations with teachers for in person lessons. Even though most of our students prefer online lessons, not everyone does.

    If you are one of those and are located in the Manchester, we now have the wonderful Katie that can travel to your home to. She achieved her ABRSM Grade 8 piano in 2018 but teaches all levels off piano. Her experience teaching young children as well as adults makes her a versatile teacher. Not only can she teach classical but she's also great at teaching pop songs and chords.

    Katie is enhanced DBS checked and fully vetted by Eximo and we work very closely with her. 


  4. When we came across Gary Barlow’s No1 Advice for young people wanting to make it on Lance Bass’ “Frosted Tips”, we just had to share it:




    Lance Bass: ‘Do you have any good advice for an artist that is just about to explode?’

    Gary Barlow: ‘I hate giving advice (…) but one thing that I always say is: “Learn and instrument” and if your instrument is singing, really learn how to… don’t just guess and chance it, learn about it, study it, be professional, go out there and do exam. If you could learn to play something or you learn to sing really well, you got a job forever. You make people feel something,