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The piano, attributed to Bartolomeo Cristofori of the eighteenth century, is a popular keyboard instrument widely used in western music for solo performance, chamber music, and accompaniment, and also as a convenient aid to composing and rehearsal. The piano produces sound by striking steel strings with felt hammers. These vibrations are transmitted though the bridges to the soundboard and projected acoustically through a soundboard. The piano has long been a crucial contributor to many musical genres, from classical to contemporary. Clef Academy teaches Piano lessons in pure Western based. We are following the Trinity College London syllabus and Rock School London (RSL).

Clef Academy do train students to appear for grade examination both Theory of Music and Practical which is conducted by Trinity College London, Rock School of Music London and ABRSM.
Also we make the students to play and create new music by themselves.

Piano Keyboard
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