Piano Lessons in London


Professional classical piano, four-hand ensemble, chamber music, aural and theory lessons are offered on individual basis in central London, south east London and at students’ homes in central London as well as across zones 2-3 with an experienced highly qualified award-winning concert pianist and piano teacher in English, German or Russian.

Without music life would be a mistake.


Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything.


Did you know that ...

  1.     ... playing the piano can make people happy?

  2.     ... learning to play the piano significantly improves children’s school results?

  3.     ... improving your piano skills helps to improve your self-esteem considerably?

  4.     ... you can learn to play the music of your dreams if you make the active decision to work on it long enough and follow it through?

What do we do?

  1.     All levels from complete beginners to diploma/degree level are welcome.

  2.     All lessons are provided on individual basis; we don’t offer group tuition.

  3.     Lessons are held on high-quality grand pianos (Steinway, Yamaha, Bluthner, Boston).   

  4.     Tuition can be held in either English, German or Russian (bilingual and full professional proficiency).

  5.     We teach children from the age of 3 and adults of any age.

  6.     We work on the students’ ability to read music, on building up or improving technique, on developing logical and imaginative interpretations based on knowledge of style and compositional backgrounds of pieces students play, on furthering an understanding and appreciation of music as well as its cultural and historical background.

  7.     We work on theory, aural and general musicianship.

  8.     We also work on fitness and health problems as they arise, on relaxation techniques and anxiety issues in performance at any level.

  9.    We make video recordings of students in lessons (only with their consent) to help them understand their problems quicker and to keep records of progress.

  10.     We prepare students for concerts, festivals, competitions, exams, auditions for scholarships and entrance exams for specialist music schools, music colleges and universities; students are encouraged to participate in various performance opportunities but they can certainly also choose not to participate. Those who do participate often get high marks in exams and top prizes in competitions, please check the News page for more details on events.

  11.     We also teach adults who would like to learn for their own enjoyment and who prefer not to participate in any kind of performance activities.

  12.     We regularly organise internal non-public performance events (‘Piano Hours’) for students to practice performing their repertoire without an audience (only those who play are present in those events) and to improve their critical analysis of performance skills (once in 4-6 weeks).

  13.     We devise individual learning programmes considering students’ individual goals, practice time and other circumstances.

  14.     All regular students have access to an extensive music library from which they can borrow sheet music, books, recordings, magazines etc. Pupils receive systematic advice and there is an online catalogue for own choice as well.

  15.     All regular students have non-public profiles with complete records of progress as well as information and materials.

Please visit the Biography, Piano Teacher, FAQ, News, Location, Schedule, Policy, Recordings and Blog pages to find answers, details on tuition an expectations and more.

We are based in the Marylebone, Oxford Circus and Mayfair areas in central London as well as Hither Green in South East London. Home lessons can be provided in Paddington, Holborn, Clerkenwell, City of London, West End, Marylebone, Regents Park, Mayfair, St James, Belgravia, St Pancras, King’s Cross, Trafalgar Square, Covent Garden, Barbican, Kensington, Marble Arch, Westminster, Borough, Chelsea, Angel, Bethnal Green, Camden Town, Kentish Town, Belsize Park,  Cricklewood, Kilburn, Willesden Green, Maida Vale, Holland Park, Westbourne Park, Earl’s Court, Hampstead, Highgate, Islington, Kensal Green, Knightsbridge, Notting Hill, Shepherd’s Bush, St John’s Wood, Swiss Cottage, Tufnell Park, Archway, Finchley Road, London Bridge, Canada Water, Canary Wharf, Hither Green, Lee, Catford, Blackheath and other areas.

Natalia Loresch graduated with a Masters degree in solo piano performance and research from the Royal Academy of Music in London where she also obtained her LRAM teaching diploma. Natalia holds a degree (Diplom) in solo piano performance from the Universität der Künste in Berlin and also an MMus in musicology from Royal Holloway University of London. She studied among others with Pascal Devoyon, Piers Lane, Kathryn Stott and Virginia Black and her academic work was supervised by Dr. Stephen Rose. Natalia has been teaching piano in the UK and Germany in English, German and Russian since 2003.

Please visit: www.natalialoresch.com

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Email: contact@pianolessons-london.co.uk

Phone: 07454766539

Last updated on :  

22nd November 2015

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Classical piano lessons in central London for children and adult learners with professional pianist and piano teacher Natalia Loresch

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If I don’t practise for one day, I know it; if I don’t practise for two days, the critics know it; if I don’t practise for three days, the audience knows it.

Ignacy Jan Paderewski

The advice I am giving always to all my students is above all to study the music profoundly... Music is like the ocean and the instruments are little or bigger islands, very beautiful for the flowers and trees.

Andres Segovia