Summer Holiday Music-Making: A round-up of our favourite piano pieces to learn when you’re on holiday or in-between grades.

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Here are some of our favourite fun duets we recommend learning during the long Summer break to keep motivated until lessons resume again in September. If you are thinking learning the piano and you live in the East Dulwich area do get in touch. We are now offering home visits on Thursdays, contact us for more information. [Get in touch].

  1. Fairyland in Treble

This is a beautiful collection of duets by Nikolas Sideris. Suitable for Grades 2 to 6 approximately. Here is The King and The Dragon. [Order Book]

2. Piano Duets by Rosa Conrad

Suitable for beginner pianists. This gorgeous duet only has 3 notes in it so entirely achievable for our newest and youngest students! [Order Book]

Here’s a slightly harder duet from the same book. This book is from beginner to Grade 1 or 2.

Fairyland in Treble: Duet performance at the next student recital in February 2018

At our next student recital, we will perform duets from a contemporary music collection Fairyland in Treble. If you would like to participate in this event, please let your teacher know as soon as possible.

You can hear all of the pieces in the duet  book below. Some students have already picked which duet they would like to play and this is noted below.

* = duet confirmed
1. 0:08 The King and the Dragon – Edward & Lorraine
2. 1:42 A Playful Countess – Hannah & Lorraine
3. 3:42 The Bold Barber – Ella W & Alexandra
4. 5:25 Nola & Ayla in the Jungle – Samson & Lorraine
5. 6:44 Dreams – Rowan & Lorraine
6. 8:39 The Duke and the Cook -Rachel & Alexandra
7. 10:53 A Deaf Girl’s Music Box –
8. 13:09 The Sorcerer and his Apprentice – Oliver B & Lorraine
9. 14:26 Fifi on the Moon – Boo & Miranda
10. 15:57 The Two Violins –
11. 18:11 The Pirates Highsea Games – Orla & Alexander McLean