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Mr Sam Jury BMus (Hons), AIRMT
Mr Sam Jury BMus (Hons), AIRMT

Bachelor of Music with Honours in Solo Classical Piano Performance (New Zealand School of Music).

Associate Member of the Institute of Registered Music Teachers New Zealand.

Performer's Certificate Trinity College London.
Instruments: Piano
Genre/Style(s): Classical
Musical Theatre
Ability Levels: Beginners to Advanced


Piano Lessons in London with Experienced Concert Performer

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I am a classically trained piano soloist, musical director, repetiteur and registered music teacher (IRMTNZ). I studied at the New Zealand School of Music and the University of Auckland, gaining a Bachelor of Music with Honours in Classical Piano Performance, and have been actively performing and teaching piano since 2009.

I am passionate about music and teaching, and I teach pianists of all levels, from child and adult beginners right up to professional musicians. Many of my students have had great success with their ABRSM and Trinity College London examinations, while others have preferred to pursue their own personal musical journey, without the pressure of examinations.

My lessons are tailored to the needs of each individual student, focusing on their personal musical interests whilst still covering all the groundwork for good musical understanding with a secure technical foundation.

Lessons take place either in your own home, or at a suitable piano studio, such as Jaques Samuel Pianos or Schott Music London.

One time trial lessons are available.

Please visit my website for more information:

Sam Jury

Contact Sam

Address: Golders Green
Greater London
NW11 0QB
Phone: 07718 788 176
Fee (30 minutes): £50.00
Fee (60 minutes): £80.00

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