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Piano lessons for teenagers and young adults

Adolescence is a sensitive period of our life due to all the emotional and physical changes which we experience. It is also a stage of our lives when we tend to rebel against our childhood and wish to move on.

It is perfectly understandable, but often, when we turn back later, we realise that combining the past and the future would have perhaps been a better choice.

Many teenagers sadly stop playing the piano for various reasons after a couple of years spent in secondary school and regret it in their adulthood.

For some, it is simply an association that they have made with their childhood, but others are not interested in classical music anymore and want to move on to pop or jazz music. Often, the disapproval of their parents and piano instructors led them to stop playing altogether when they could have pursued their piano education in a different music genre.

In any case, we strongly recommend that parents encourage their children to continue playing the piano and not give up a pleasurable hobby that can accompany them for the rest of their lives.

At The Children’s Music Academy, we are well aware of the challenges that teenagers can face, and we are always supportive of whatever music genre they wish to explore. We are happy to help them improve their classical, pop or jazz piano skills.

We strictly work with outstanding piano instructors who are incredibly flexible and who have a passion for teaching teenagers and young adults.

They possess such impressive musical and human skills that they can surely adapt to your child’s previous pianistic experience and future goals.

If your child has never played a musical instrument and wishes to start playing the piano, he/she is cordially invited to join The Children’s Music Academy and make his/her dreams come true!

There is no need to have any previous musical knowledge to join our piano courses for teenagers and young adults. It is truly open to all, whatever the music genre they are interested in.

Playing the piano is undoubtedly a fantastic activity to take on in the teenage years, as getting involved in the music world can help relieve the stress and frustrations that can accompany adolescence.


  • Lessons are booked per terms in advance
  • Lessons take place weekly on a set day and time and can be joined at any time during the year
  • Lessons are 30, 45 or 60 minutes in duration
  • Lessons are provided in West one central London