The London Piano Institute music classes in London
The London Piano Institute music classes in London


The London Piano Institute

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The London Piano Institute was been founded in 2011 by Celine Gaurier-Joubert as “the ultimate institution for adults who are passionate about playing the piano”.

After being involved for many years in international piano competitions and numerous concerts, Celine is now dedicating her life to pass her immense knowledge of the piano on to adult pianist amateurs. Her true passion and her unparalleled skills for teaching adults who play for their own pleasure has certainly made her one of the most desirable piano coach of her generation.

Being educated in a family of amateur musicians, and being surrounded by friends of her parents who were themselves non-professional musicians helped her understand precisely how these individuals understand music. Hence, she comprehends adult amateur pianists better than anyone else in the industry.

For almost 20 years, Celine has coached some of the most successful people in the world, in the UK, but also abroad, and she has made their dream of becoming outstanding amateur pianists become true.

Her breathtaking result-orientated teaching method have already metamorphosed the life of hundreds of adults around the world, and have given the opportunity to business professionals, such as bankers, lawyers, doctors, chief executives, TV producers, writers, diplomats, accountants, entrepreneurs, film directors or even investors to enjoy playing the piano, and make tremendous progress while having a highly demanding professional career.

Her sense of humour, caring nature and an extraordinary love for structure and discipline are the wonderful qualities that made her so successful as a piano coach. She is continually praised by her students for her support and guidance throughout their studies, and for her remarkable ability to adapt to different personalities, needs and wishes.

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9 Aug
The lesson was good but the arrangements and information provided were terrible. First, the description on Obby suggested a group class but this was an individual one - which was better for me but it would have been good to know beforehand. I arrived at the venue to find there was no sign indicating the London Piano Institute was even there, no-one to ask and the bell didn't work. I called the number given in my confirmation email and was told I was at the right place but I had called the wrong number and that I should call someone else, Stefan, on a number I had not been given before. I did and noone answered. I left a voicemail and noone replied. I was eventually allowed in by a passing neighbour. The teacher was great but it wasn't Celine who was mentioned in the Obby description, or even Stefan. I got the impression he was employed to do occasional lessons on their behalf. Overall the content of the lesson was really informative but the London Piano Institute really needs to work on its descriptions and the venue arrangements.

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