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Monthly Archives: January 2012
The SE22 Piano School 2011 Yearbook features our prizewinning pianists as well as our fundraising efforts for CLIC Sargent through the Practice-a-Thon event. Our Summer Recital Yearbook is also available here. Advertisements
A Winter Concert. Frances Wilson writes: SE22 Piano School Winter Concert Posted on January 30, 2012 Yesterday afternoon I had the great pleasure of playing as a “guest performer” at the Winter Concert given by students of the SE22 Piano School, a … Continue reading
Our Winter Recital is over, but there’s no time to stop practising as we’re all going on stage with the Southbank Sinfonia Orchestra! On the concert Steinway, we have Boo (accompanied by Lorraine). On the cello is Hannah. On the … Continue reading
My teaching colleague and piano chum Frances Wilson was a guest pianist at The SE22 Piano School student recital at January 2012 Kingsdale Foundation School, West Dulwich, London SE21. Thank you for the flowers!
Theo (age 4) plays Telephone from ‘Me & My Piano’ at our student recital at Kingsdale Foundation School, West Dulwich.
Lorraine Liyanage performing at The SE22 Piano School Student Recital at Kingsdale Foundation School, West Dulwich SE21. Thank you to Petra for bringing her harpsichord to the venue.
Stephen Gott performing at The SE22 Piano School Recital at Kingsdale Foundation School, West Dulwich
Debussy – Ce qu’a vu le vent de l’ouest
Stephen was a guest pianist at The SE22 Piano School student recital, January 29th 2012.
The following students have been honoured in our 2012 Awards Ceremony in recognition of their hard work and excellent achievements throughout the past year: Senior Achievement Shield: Ana M. Ana constantly amazes me with her depth of expression and musical … Continue reading
We are taking part in a promotion with The Daily Mail and MusicTeachers.co.uk to offer a free piano lesson to Daily Mail readers. The free voucher can be found in today’s newspaper. The offer does not apply to existing students … Continue reading