Curious Keys Newsletter

Term 3 2015

Hello all,

Hope you have managed to survive this rather dreary Winter that we have just had (or still seem to be having...) and are looking forward to warmer days to come! This week has been the final week for piano lessons this term, before a couple of weeks off to enjoy the school holidays.


Piano lessons for Term 4 will start back on Saturday the 10th of October, and will run until Friday the 18th of December (for a total of 10 weeks). Catch-up lessons for Term 4 will be held on Saturday the 19th of December, if for any reason you happen to miss a lesson throughout the term. Also, Monday students please note that there will be no lessons on Monday the 26th of October for Labour Day.


Apart from that, everything else will run as usual! Unless I have talked to you personally about changing lessons days and times, these will remain the same. Also, if you could please let me know before the term starts if there are any days that you know you will be away, that would be much appreciated.


Looking forward to seeing everyone again after the break - can't wait to get stuck back in!


Happy playing,


Camille and Susie


Pictured below: A great list of handy piano practice tips for parents, which has been requested a few times so thought I would include it here!

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Congratulations!

Congratulations also to Eva Stein (Grade 1), Caroline Kay (Grade 2), and Fiona Tang-Alemagna (Grade 2) - who all recently passed their Trinity College London piano exams with Merit!


These exams are an internationally recognised qualification and represent many hours of practice and preparation - so congratulations to these students (and best of luck to those who are still preparing for their upcoming piano exams in November!)

Studio Event - Spring Concert

Many thanks to those of you who came along to the Spring Concert a few weeks ago. Everyone performed beautifully, and I know that there were many proud family members and friends in the audience! Each year this event seems to get bigger and better, so I can't wait to see how everyone progresses over the next 12 months...
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