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Learning to play the piano is easier than you think.We've taught people of all ages to play really well. And it really doesn't matter how old you are.  


We do enter students for Trinity College grade examinations if they so wish, but if you simply want to play for fun that's fine. We teach the kind of music you enjoy: Classical, Jazz, Pop, Blues and Theory. And even playing by ear! Call us anytime for a chat on: 01604-234131 or: 07905 429093  

And for you Keyboard players just click on 'The Book' to find out about our ever popular self-tutor manual'HOW TO REALLY PLAY THAT KEYBOARD' - it's the only self-tutor book you'll ever need!
    

 

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Ray Moore with a talented pupil

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One of our more mature pupils doing well


Our promise to you

  • To provide a friendly and modern approach to teaching
  • To get you playing your first piece in weeks -  not years!
  • To teach you the sort of music that you enjoy     

We believe that learning to play a musical instrument should be fun; and available to all regardless of age. If you'd like a free trial lesson please telephone us on Northampton  01604-234131 to book your place.

We hold special classes for children and enter them for examinations if they so wish.
Our group classes consist of no more than three to four pupils. 

Our adult classes cater for beginners to advanced, and remember, it doesn't matter how old you are.
  

 

                                                   About Ray Moore

 His musical career began in the army. He attended both the Royal Military School of Music (Kneller Hall) and The Guildhall School of Music, London.
    He left the army in 1963 and after a short spell in 'civvy street' joined the Band of the Welsh Guards as pianist and saxophonist. The posting was in London and whilst there he studied under the Hungarian pianist and arranger, Peter Sanders.
 
    His musical engagements have been many and varied and include such diverse 'gigs' as playing piano in New York bars, to playing for the investitures in Buckingham Palace. On leaving the army, he took the post of MD for a London-based cabaret team and with them toured the 'cabaret circuit' in the north of England. He stayed there for a while as a pro musician backing many well-known artists. He now runs Moore Music in Northampton in partnership with his wife, Eileen. When not teaching, he is kept busy playing as a lounge and wedding - reception pianist.

    Some of Ray Moore's piano compositions have been published by the prestigious Trinity College London as grade examination pieces, and are available in over sixty countries!