Piano Lessons

Can playing music make my child smarter?

Yes. Studying an instrument involves mastering a wide range of skills and it requires concentration and regular study, comprehension and communication of sophisticated concepts.
Studying an instrument also stimulates fine motor control, breathing and memory and often requires regular one-on-one coaching or a very low teacher-to-pupil ration that is rarely experienced in normal schooling.
And that’s not all. Active music-making aids mental development and learning and it can even encourage a growing brain to physically alter its very structure. It builds essential social skills, helps people of all ages define their own identity, creates associations between groups and helps to forge links between people.
It creates great feelings of self-worth and can even have beneficial effects on health.

Which is the right age for my child to learn to play piano?
These are questions we have heard in the years of teaching and the answers are the same:
There is no right or wrong age to start playing the piano (or any other instrument).
The only important you need to know is that every beginner deserves the best piano teachers.
In DiVa music academy we can assure you, that your child or you as a beginner, will have all the tools to learn for a lifetime playing the piano.
We use holistic methods of teaching, using the whole body to learn the rhythm and we also I always wanted to learn piano. Is it too late?
use traditional and modern ways (e.g. technology) to help our beginners to learn and have a lot of fun.

Piano Students

Now you know to read music sheets, you know the rhythm and it’s time to start playing wonderful pieces from all kinds and styles of music.
Either you are preparing for the grades exams or you are just playing for fun, you will enjoy the journey with Bach, Beethoven, Schubert, Robert Schuman, Tchaikovski, Einaudi, Tiersen and other composers of classical and contemporary eras.

Piano Students

Chopin, Listz, Louiz Farrenc, Clara Schuman, Mozart, Brahms are waiting for you to experience the advanced playing.
Either you want to be a concert pianist or just play in an advanced level for yourself and friends, playing piano at this level, is a unique experience.

From 1 to 8

Are some of the boards that are offering exams for grades and diplomas.
Having Grades is an important qualification.
Grades 6, 7 and 8 can be used for UCAS applications to get points for any university in UK.
You can use grades for a lifetime to teach, to play in events, to use anytime you need to change a career.
In DiVa Academy we are giving you all the tools to get the higher marks and enjoy the process.
Either you choose practical or performance exams, you will learn how to play scales, how to sight read and sight sing and how to recognise musical features.
We are here to advice what suits better for you and how to get the maximum benefits.

Music Theory

Before starting wondering “why theory?” think how you can solve a mathematical or geometrical problem without the theory behind.
How you can read a book without understanding the meaning of the words.
Theory helps to understand better what you play or listen to.
It helps to play easier and finally it helps to create your own music, based on scales, chords, cadences, intervals and more.
With theory you can understand of the structure of any music piece you are playing and learn easier.
In DiVa Music Academy we are teaching theory in a way, you will find very interesting and fun and not at all boring.


In DiVa music academy, we offer online lessons, using modern methods and platforms, so students will get the maximum of the lessons.
Using musico, we are sending reports and assignments, so you can record your children’s or yours progress.
Online lessons full of fun and use of modern technology.

Half hour lesson

45 minutes lesson

60 minutes lesson

Group piano lessons
£20/per person
(up to 3 persons)

Group theory lessons
£15/per person
(up to 5 persons)
or £10 if you are already a piano student

Group music history lessons
£10/per person
(every 15 days or monthly)