Learning scales when playing the piano can be tricky at first. What if you need a little more practice, and you’re worried about losing track in your lessons?
Don’t worry! While scales are the building blocks of great compositions and vital when learning advanced playing techniques - you are not alone.
Many students - young and older - find learning scales confusing or complex. Plenty of piano learners may actually find them boring at first!
Fanfare’s Scale Club is dedicated to showing you how exciting scales can be.
In our standalone sessions, you’ll have the opportunity to explore scales at your own pace, away from any other lessons you may be taking.
We've designed Scale Club to be inclusive and welcoming. Whether you're a young student, in the middle of your GCSEs or A-Levels, or learning to play piano as an adult - our weekly sessions will ease you into how scales work.
Scales don't always get the attention they deserve in traditional piano tuition.
At Scale Club, we give them the spotlight. You can play with us at any grade and come along with any level of experience. That means if you've been playing for ten minutes or ten years, there's a space for you here!
Scale Club is all about giving you that extra grounding in your piano technique. We’re here to help you gain more confidence in the finer details of making music!
We cover music theory, composition techniques, and even a little bit of history, too. There’s something for everyone, and you can join at any time.
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A question every student of the piano asks, I’m sure. But why are they so important, and why do so many people find them tricky, boring, hard work, a pain in the backside? First, what is a scale? A scale is the collection, played step by step, note by note, of all the notes which […]Read More