Our piano teachers are carefully chosen for their ability to encourage exploration and expose students to a variety of styles. They’re reliable and personable people, passionate about their calling, who form real relationships with their students through their love of teaching. They will nurture your curiosity and help you laugh at your mistakes, earn your rewards, and feel proud of achieving your goals.
Care is taken to match our teachers and students, so our starting point will always be
to understand your needs and wants, finding the best fit for you.
Josh is an accomplished and widely respected piano teacher recognized for his warm, personal and innovative teaching style. He's also an avid composer of original music, embracing a diverse range of styles including orchestral, progressive rock and experimental soundtracks.
Josh regularly participates in a variety of musical projects and has released several solo albums. Josh is passionate about art, philosophy and healthy living.
Sara is a classical pianist, soprano opera singer, saxophonist and hobby film composer. Growing up she made performance debuts at the Festival Theatre, performed with James Morrison and with a number of Australian Choirs. She is an experienced piano teacher, and also spent some time studying singing under tutors at the Conservatorium of Music. In her spare time she can be found out on the greens hitting a round of golf and showing the boys how it’s done, hiding all chewable items from her cheeky cocker spaniel Romeo, and enjoying Sydney’s local hotspots.
Conservatory of Music, Ancona
Paolo is an Italian-born artist and musician, who studied piano and accordion at the Conservatory of Music in Ancona and was head of the music program at the Italian Bilingual School in Meadowbank. As a solo musician, he has performed various styles of music: classical, pop, folk, Balkan, klezmer, jazz, soul and funk. Paolo's passion for acting and singing has seen him perform in plays, musicals and comedies, as well as voice overs. Paolo likes to imitate sounds and noises, and make jokes to his friends!
Dan is a classically trained composer who now writes for the big screen. His music features on several award-winning short films and documentaries, some of which have screened at Cannes; as well as numerous cinema and television advertisements, such as for the RSPCA. Dan is also an accomplished audio engineer who regularly produces concert recordings for various community orchestras. If he's not at at the piano, then he’s probably on a tennis court. www.danielbunting.com.au/
Natasha trained in piano from a young age, and it was not long after she learnt her very first piece that she discovered her strong passion for music. She graduated from high school at the top of her music cohort and was the recipient for the Cedric Ashton Award for Music Excellence, deciding to further pursue her music studies at UNSW. When Natasha is not jamming on the piano, she is usually travelling around Sydney to try unique and scrumptious food.
Diana is passionate about music and started teaching piano at a young age, refining her skills at University whilst completing her Bachelor of Education. She has a particular passion for the baroque, classical and romantic periods but loves that she can share a whole range of styles, from classical to contemporary, with her students. Her favourite quote is “It’s never too late”, and she believes with attention to detail and motivation, anyone can achieve great success in learning piano.
Mina has played since the age of 3, and began teaching when she was 16 after her own piano teacher offered her a job. In 2001 she played in the AMEB Piano Competition and was awarded 3rd place - an unforgettable experience. Mina often records herself playing ukelele & piano and boasts a YouTube channel full of music, especially songs from her mother country, Thailand. She also loves doing dance classes and has a pet rabbit named “Noi-Nha” (“Custard-Apple" in Thai).
Simon is classically trained and has been teaching since he was 17. After finishing his studies in piano and musicology in Paris, he came to Australia to explore the country, learn English and share his passion for music. Four years later he is still here, living in Australia permanently. He dedicates most of his free time to composing and exploring worlds that only music can allow you to!
Jessica is a pianist with almost 10 years of teaching experience both in classical and contemporary styles. After finishing her Bachelor of Music with Honours, she went onto pursue a Masters degree in Music Therapy at New York University. She is now a Board Certified/Registered Music Therapist and works both as a piano teacher and music therapist. After teaching in New Zealand and the US, she is now excited to create music with her new students here in Sydney!
Elisa is an Italian classically-trained pianist. She first started to play the piano at the age of 5 while doing ballet, horse-riding and ice-skating. Currently, she is the music expert of the Dante Alighieri Society Sydney, a historic Italian cultural institute. Since 2016, she has been supporting students with their AMEB and ABRSM exams, while performing every year as a soloist at the NSW Parliament House. In her spare time, she likes to make jewelry, paint, and bake cakes.
Born and raised in the streets of Sydney, Keith has been learning classical piano from the very day he could coordinate his fingers. Despite pursuing an animal-related degree (Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience), he was in too deep to let go of music and still plays every day. When not on the piano, Keith is driving around discovering new chill spots to the tune of David Bowie and Mick Jagger's 'Dancing In The Street', or working on farms all over the place, wrestling sheep and keeping cattle in line.
Julie is a bubbly multi-instrumentalist and singer, who has always thrived in creative environments. After studying the violin until she was 13, she took to the piano with a longing to understand the mechanics of harmony, and with the help of her teacher she began writing songs.
She loves jewellery-making, painting, dancing, and jamming with her hip muso friends. She is at her happiest when swimming in the ocean or patting a dog.
Lucinda has enjoyed music as a passion and hobby since an early age. She's a high achiever, currently completing her Grade 8 piano exams and teaching across several disciplines, including coaching the X-Country team, teaching swimming lessons and piano, as well as assisting the drama department at her graduating high school, St Catherine's Waverley. Lucinda enjoys taking on challenges, learning Chinese, surfing at the beach and exploring the outdoors.
Ben is an energetic teacher who plays piano, trumpet and guitar. He is aspiring to be like his songwriting heroes as he creates ambitious recordings and live performances. He has recently completed a Bachelor of Music (Contemporary) at the Australian Institute of Music. He is passionate about unleashing his students’ interests in music and letting that fuel their creative ambitions. Ben loves sport and history, collects more CD’s than anyone else and enjoys finding vintage instruments.
DATES for 2019
Term 1: 29th January – 14th April
Term 2: 29th April – 7th July
Term 3: 22nd July – 29th September
Term 4: 14th October – 15th December
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Prior teachers just weren’t engaging with me. As soon as I started to work with Josh my attitude changed completely.
works a treat!
Who would have thought that kid’s piano lessons could be so much fun?!
The teacher's priority is playing music and specifically, the music that the student is listening to.
Play Music taught my daughter to play tunes that she knew and liked and it made a huge difference.
Play Music has made learning piano as an adult a breeze.
Roslyn's manner is perfect for older students and we have been able to work together to find exactly what learning style works for me - no boring bits here!!
The convenience of lessons in
my own home is a bonus.
I would definitely recommend Play Music to anyone looking to learn the piano.