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Mr Przemek Dembski

Master of Performance degree with distinction - 2012 - Royal College of Music - London

Bachelor of Music degree with distinction - 2009 - the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music in Katowice (Poland)

Complete teaching qualifications included in BMus diploma - Methodology of Piano Teaching, Psychology, Pedagogy

Common European Framework of Reference International Qualification in English- C1- Advanced
Instruments: Classical piano, pop piano, improvisation, elements of composition, theory, aural, history of music
Genre/Style(s): Classical, pop
elements of improvisation
Ability Levels: Intermediate to Advanced



High quality lessons from dynamic and enthusiastic concert pianist,chamber musician, graduate from the Royal College of Music in London (Master of Performance Degree with Distinction).
a prize-winner of international music competitions, holder of many prestigious awards and scholarships and Artistic Director of The Masters Music School in London.

Suitable for intermediate and advanced students. Only serious enquiries.

Payments to be organised in monthly termly or half-termly blocks. No cancellations, no refunds for missed lesson once the timetable agreed.



Understanding the energy transformations and physical processes that occur to one’s hands and body while performing is a key-point in teaching the piano technique. No matter if students play for pleasure or if they want to achieve some professional goals, they need to be given tools which will enable them to fully express their personality and create their own interpretation. As learning the technique is similar to learning the language (learning HOW TO SPEAK), the method puts a strong emphasis on preparing some tools that let the music exist- the quality of sound and piano touch are prioritised from the very first lesson.

Some professional and detailed hand and finger positioning tips and technical exercises are offered to support the technical development. Clear and easy-to-follow references to the main laws of physics are being made while teaching intermediate and advanced students. Beginners are being clearly instructed on what actions will make them technically successful, so good habits may be developed at the earliest stages of learning. The detailed demonstration is included to support the learning process.
Performance and learning psychology


An extensive performance experience is being brought to the teaching environment. Therefore, lessons contain professional guidance on techniques of concentration, relaxation and controlling the performance anxiety. Also, Przemek’s advanced teaching training covering some aspects of psychology and methodology ensures the problem-solving approach in lessons and makes the teaching/learning process efficient and satisfying.
Advanced learning and practising techniques. Theory, reading and sight reading


Practising at home is a natural continuation and repetition of any issues explored during the lesson. Clear, understandable and simple tips are being provided during the lesson and at the end of it, to summarize the lesson content and to create a firm practising schedule for periods between the classes.

Detailed analysis of the musical structures, recognizing and creating patterns, using logical and textural combinations, various memory techniques and awareness of the historical context makes the learning process faster and more efficient. Some elements of history of music, harmony and theory are an integral part of the method and are introduced whenever needed, to create a conscious and intellectually confident interpretation. Useful reading and sight-reading techniques are included to support the learning process. As a result, all aspects of musical education are being covered.
Innovative lesson content


A flexible lesson content may be offered for intermediate and advanced students. The elements of improvisation, composition, piano arrangement, pop piano may be included on demand. Lessons are tailored to meet individual needs of each student in terms of repertoire and approach. As a flexible and innovative pianist Przemek enjoys teaching the range of styles and approaches to performance.


2nd prize (silver medal) at the Windsor Piano Festival 2015 (Mateusz Skowera)
Commended at the Windsor Piano Festival 2015 (Robin Li)
Successful entry audition at the Trinity Laban College of Music (Melody Huang)
1st prize at the LVS Ascot Festival 2015 (Rana Abid- Ali)
2nd prize at the LVS Ascot Festival 2015 ( Robin Li)
honours diploma at the LVS Ascot Festival 2015 (Duncan Munro)
merit diploma at the Marlow Festival of Music and Drama 2014 (Rana Abid-Ali)
highly commended at the Marlow Festival of Music and Drama 2014 (Margaret Pardoe)
highly commended at the Marlow Festival of Music and Drama 2014 (Robin Li)
3rd prize at the Marlow Festival of Music and Drama 2014 (Duncan Munro)
2nd prize at the Marlow Festival of Music and Drama 2014 (Mateusz Skowera)
1st prize (gold medal) at the Windsor Piano Festival 2014(Duncan Munro)
2nd prize (silver medal) at the Windsor Piano Festival 2014 (Mateusz Skowera)
2nd prize ex aequo (silver medal) at the Windsor Piano Festival 2014 (Rana Abid-Ali)
Highly commended at the Woodley Festival of Performing Arts (Margaret Pardoe)
2nd prize (silver medal) at the Basingstoke Music and Arts Festival 2013 (Margaret Pardoe)
1st prize (gold medal) the Kingston Young Musician Festival 2013 (Margaret Pardoe)
EPTA cup at the Kingston Young Musician Festival 2013 (Margaret Pardoe)
Kick Start Grant (Radian)- 2012 (Arjan Sagoo)

Contact Przemek

Address: West Kensington
Greater London
Phone: 0784 88 00 244
Fee (60 minutes): £50.00
Fee (90 minutes): £75.00

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