Piano and Electronic Keyboard Tuition

Mark Reeves
BA (HONS) Expressive Arts

Professional Piano and Electronic Keyboard Teacher

Mark Reeves provides private tuition in piano and electronic keyboard playing, including reading music notation and chord symbols, combined with music theory, in classical, jazz and pop styles to beginners and more advanced students (e.g. Grade 8), for children and adults.

You can have piano lessons or electronic keyboard lessons in the comfort of your own home (in the Horsham area) or in Mark Reeves' own private studio in Horsham.

Children from the age of 6 and adults of any age can learn to play the piano or electronic keyboard just for fun or for serious study. You can also be entered for piano and keyboard exams with the Music Teachers Board (MTB), Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM), Trinity Guildhall or RockSchool (RSL Awards).

Piano lessons can be arranged for mornings, afternoons, evenings or weekends to fit around school times, work hours or other activities.

Naturally, there will need to be a suitable piano or electronic keyboard at home on which to practise, but if you haven't yet acquired one, Mark will be happy to offer you his advice.

Towards the end of each year Mark organises a concert in aid of the BBC Children in Need Appeal, where all his piano and electronic keyboard students are invited to perform a piece of music to their family and friends.

Mark holds a current DBS certificate (Disclosure and Barring Service) - previously known as CRB (Criminal Records Bureau) and has £10 million Public Liability Insurance. He is also a member of The Musicians' Union and a member of The National Association of Music Teaching Professionals (MMA).

Learning to play the piano and electronic keyboard can bring incredible reward and great satisfaction.

Research shows that other benefits from having piano lessons with an experienced professional piano teacher can include:

  • - Improved concentration
  • - Improved co-ordination
  • - Relaxation
  • - Improved patience
  • - Boosted self-confidence
  • - Improved verbal, perceptual, numeric, spatial and motor skills
  • - Improved reading, spelling, mathematics and listening skills
"Dear Mark, Thank you for teaching me piano (keyboard). I've learnt so much with you, I will never forget you! Playing the keyboard was fun, playing the keyboard (piano) can be difficult but I couldn't have done it without your help and patience." - Victoria T, aged 8
"Dear Mark, Thank you so much for putting up with me over all these years! I've really enjoyed our lessons and have learnt a huge amount from you!" - Priya S, aged 18
"Dear Mark, Thank you very much for teaching me to play the piano over the past few years and enabling me to pass my exams. I will really miss my lessons when I go to uni, so will definitely be asking for some more in the holidays!" - Vikki G, aged 18
"Dear Mark, Thank you very much for teaching me piano. It was a great experience, I've learnt a lot and really enjoyed it." - Anna B, aged 15
"Dear Mark, Thank you so much for teaching the piano to our boys. They really enjoyed your lessons. You are a kind, patient and lovely teacher. We wish you all the best in the future!" - Emmanuelle S
"Dear Mark, Thank you very much for all the lessons you have given me this year. I always enjoy them and have learned such a lot." - Vivien S

Mark Reeves'
Piano and Electronic Keyboard Students'
Charity Concerts

The most recent Students' Concert took place on Saturday 26th November 2022 at St Mary's Barn, Causeway, Horsham, West Sussex. The next concert will be scheduled for November 2023.

Since 2007 Mark Reeves has organised annual charity fund-raising concerts at which his piano and electronic keyboard students perform one or two pieces of music to an audience of family and friends.

After the concert, food and drinks are provided for a small donation to charity. A raffle with music-themed prizes then takes place and brings the event to a close.

Up until 2019, the students' performances were recorded digitally and then transferred to an audio CD, proceeds from which were added to the accumulated total of raised funds. Nowadays though, people like to make their own audio recording or video on a smartphone instead.

Over the last 15 years, these concerts have donated
over £8,000
to the BBC Children in Need Appeal

Reviews and photos of each concert can be accessed from the Main Menu (Username and Password available by email request).


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13 Clarence Rd, HORSHAM RH13 5SJ, England

Phone : +44 7966 452688

Email : info@markreeves.co.uk