Charlotte Ashby Music Tuition

Teacher of piano, recorder, music theory, aural musicianship in Carlisle and Brampton

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Most people enjoy learning the piano for the enjoyment they get from playing pieces that they enjoy on their piano. For this reason, I aim to build technique by tackling the technical difficulties necessary to master each new piece as they present themselves.


Piano is no longer restricted to those who have enough room for a large upright or grand piano. The continuing development in the quality of electric pianos means that they can be placed anywhere in a house at reasonable prices. Piano is suitable for children and adults of any age.

Lessons are usually taught one-to-one as this offers the best route for rapid progress and allows for lessons and material to be tailored to the individual.

Lessons are usually 30 minutes long for beginners with longer sessions for more advanced players.

Learning to play the piano can be a very fulfilling and rewarding experience. The piano is almost a universal instrument and most professional musicians play it even if piano isn’t their first or best instrument.

The piano is extremely versatile and is just as happy accompanying the singer of a pop ballad as it is

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Music Theory/Aural


Lessons are offered either at Scott Bradleys Music Studio in Linstock, Carlisle or in Brampton.