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Where are some of the best piano schools/courses in Mauritius?
I've already started and I'd like to continue. How much will a session cost?
What level have you reached? If you want to attend a formal class, with exams and certificates then for this, the best would be Miterand at Quatres-Bornes and the Conservatoire at Curepipe opposite MCB.
Also, Arpege at Rose-Hill is also good.
If you want informal, i.e. being a good pianist without certificate then you should tell me the region you want to take the courses.
@Khush : I was waiting for the answer from you as I know that's your field :p
@Khush: That's were i have also a problem i don't really know in what level i've reached. I want to attend a formal class, with exams and certificates. How much will it cost me?
Im a beginner..dont know anythng ..buit i want to learn it and have certificates..whre should I go?
Hey Kush, I've always wanted to learn piano and violin. Do you know any beginer course in or around Port Louis
@sarah_7 violin is such a hard instrument, I'm still trying to learn how to play without sounding like a screeching tyre!! I've basically tried piano, ukulele, violin and kalimba and I've set up the Musically Community to try and help others who want to learn how to play a musical instrument. Maybe that's of interest to you?
oh I was saving for a violin because i couldn't afford a piano. I used to play flute.
@sarah_7 You could get a keyboard to try first and then move on to the piano, a cheaper option, wouldn't it? I used to have a Yamaha YPT 220 keyboard, then I upgraded to a Yamaha P45.
nice idea. Thanks. I'll try it. Ah I wish to play like jurrivh someday
conservatoire francois mitterand
I've been playing piano for several years and learned it online via youtube!But it's better to learn in a conservatoire!