Piano Lessons | Keyboard Lessons
- Qualifications: Mus B (Hons 1st class), FTCL, FRSM, A MusTCL
- Pricing: $35 half hour, $50 for 45 mins, $70 for 1 hour
- Styles: Classical, Jazz, Blues, Pop, Theory
- Suitability: 7 -87
Fully booked 2022! Waitlist available. For the last 20 years Dan has been playing and teaching professionally, appearing
at festivals in France, Australia, New Zealand and with trios in the United States.
He has performed with his own trio at the Christchurch International Jazz Festival, The New Zealand arts festival and with the Jazz quintet Glass Moon at the Melbourne International Jazz Festival in both 2015 and 2017. During his time in Melbourne Dan performed with with award winning singer/ songwriter Cam Giles- Webb at the Eltham jazz festival, the Castlemain Jazz festival, The Melbourne International Jazz Festival as well as regular gigs at Dizzy’s jazz bar and The Paris Cat. As well as having several residencies with vocal trios, his work as a jazz pianist on cruise ships has taken him to New York, Hawaii and the Caribbean.
In 2012 Dan started up his own Music Academy in Melbourne, The Richmond
Music Academy, which is now one of Melbourne’s largest private music
academies with over 200 weekly students.
Dan is a Fellow of both the Trinity College London, and the Royal Schools of
Music London (ABRSM), having passed the highest performance exam offered by
both boards, and has a First Class Honours Performance degree in jazz
performance piano. In 2013 he recorded his first solo album: The Goldberg
Variations. Dan has performed solo concerts in Australia and New Zealand, as
well as working as a classical accompanist in Melbourne.
I am a patient and enthusiastic teacher with experience teaching both children and adults of all ages and levels (including beginner adults). I adjust my teaching style and method to adapt to each student. I am experienced teaching exams (Trinity College London and ABRSM), and also at teaching students who are just playing for fun and relaxation. My goal is for my students to enjoy playing piano so that they look forward to their lessons each week.