All students enrolling at the Piano Academy should have a good quality piano to practice on. In the early 1900's the piano was in it's 'Celtic Tiger' or Golden Era. The average home in Dublin had a piano in their living room as an important centrepiece not to mention a fine addition as a piece of 'furniture'. Most people knew how to play something on the piano.
Today, most children and adults are glued to their technology. Whether it's an iPhone, iPad, or the TV… the problem with all this technology is that it's very one dimensional. Society is quickly losing touch with the finer things in life. Art, culture and of course music! Playing the piano involves a three dimensional approach, as you will need to use your fingers, hands, arms, legs and feet and judge distances to improve coordination. Not to mention developing your ear and how you hear or listen to music. Anyone can learn the piano! You don't need to pass an exam or get a license.
You just need to have the interest and a real piano to get started! We have a very good selection of starter pianos by Weinbach and Knight and often also come across high quality grand pianos, like Petrof and Yamahas for sale in the Dublin area. Prices typically range from €1,500 to €10,000. Please contact us to schedule a viewing. You won't be disappointed!
If you have a piano you would like to sell, please email us with a photo, location and price and we will list it for a one time fee of €50. The ad will stay up until the piano is sold!