London Piano Institute to Launch New Website

LondonLogosquareLondon Piano Institute revamps website to provide increased information to aspiring musicians.

LONDON, England – August 10, 2013 – London Piano Institute is excited to announce the upcoming release of its redesigned website. In addition to explaining its services and the skills of teacher Celine Gaurier-Joubert, the London Piano Institute website will provide informative articles on the benefits of playing the instrument, along with helpful tips to improve a person’s performance and more.

While the launch date is not yet official, the London Piano Institute emphasizes that it is taking great care to create a site that provides consumers the information they’re seeking. Each day, London-area residents visit the London Piano Institute site to obtain information on classes at the learning facility, as well as to learn about the impressive qualifications of instructor Celine Gaurier-Joubert.

Currently, the London Piano Institute site contains a wealth of information about the institute’s piano lessons, including a recommendation in The Telegraph. The London Piano Institute will retain helpful information about its services in the redesign. As Celine Gaurier-Joubert relates on the London Piano Institute website, students of all experience levels are welcome, from those who have never touched a piano before to those who have already logged hours of practice and want to improve on what they’ve learned.

Students at the London Piano Institute quickly learn that Celine Gaurier-Joubert provides high-quality instruction in a flexible environment. She encourages students to improvise if it enhances their enjoyment. Celine Gaurier-Joubert also lets London Piano Institute students choose their own music, including popular music, jazz or favorite classical pieces.

The London Piano Institute website includes testimonials from happy former students who are quick to sing the praises of Celine Gaurier-Joubert and the improvement they saw in their own playing ability. Through the site, students can also book their first consultation with the professionals at the London Piano Institute, where they will receive a complimentary lesson so they can see for themselves the talent of Celine Gaurier-Joubert.

The London Piano Institute offers both one-on-one and group piano lessons to adult students. With a flexible reservation system, students can attend classes at the London Piano Institute as their busy schedules allow. The London Piano Institute website is an important part of the facility’s business, allowing customers to sign up for both lessons and consultations through the site.

The London Piano Institute is proud to have Celine Gaurier-Joubert as an instructor. Celine Gaurier-Joubert has studied with some of the most brilliant musical minds of our time, including the 10 years she spent in Paris under the tutelage of concert masters Edson Elias and Pascal Devoyon. Prior to founding the London Piano Institute, Celine Gaurier-Joubert studied in Switzerland, where she performed competitively.

As many students at the London Piano Institute soon learn, Celine Gaurier-Joubert has mastered both sight-reading and playing by ear, and she passes these skills onto her students. Her ability to transcribe and transpose instruments by just listening to an orchestral score has improved the abilities she displays at the London Piano Institute.

Today, through her work at the London Piano Institute, Celine Gaurier-Joubert is able to pass her love for the piano onto others, while also feeling the gratification that comes from demonstrating techniques and lessons to eager students. Through its redesigned website, the London Piano Institute hopes to better convey this passion for helping others relish the gift of music.

Contact London Piano Institute:
132 Commercial Street
City of London, Tower Hamlets E1 6NQ
United Kingdom

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