Renée Reznek is a piano teacher and concert pianist based in North West London.
Renée Reznek is a committed and passionate teacher. She believes that musical study is not only rewarding in and for itself but is also an enriching resource for life. She takes her responsibilities as a teacher seriously, but finds that an informal atmosphere is most helpful in developing technical skills and musical understanding with confidence. Renée's flexible approach is tailored to the diverse ages, abilities and aspirations of her students. Her own performing experience is invaluable in guiding them.
Renée has over thirty years of private teaching experience with children and adults. Her students have received excellent results in scholarship auditions and Associated Board examinations from early grades to Diploma level.
- 30 years experience of private piano teaching in North London, from beginners to advanced students and adults
- 20 years experience teaching undergraduates and postgraduates at Cambridge University
- Excellent results in scholarship auditions and Associated Board examinations from early grades to Diploma level
- Annual concerts arranged to give students performing experience
- Master Classes and lecture recitals at Rhodes University, SABC Contemporary Music Festival, University of Natal, Cape Town University, Southampton University and Homerton College, Cambridge University
- Preparation for concert debuts and competitions
- Lecturer in Piano at Homerton College and St John’s College, Cambridge University (also taught Music History)
- Lecturer in Harmony, Counterpoint and Analysis at the Sidney Webb Polytechnic of Central London
- Piano teacher at Kingshott School in Hitchin
- Devised and ran workshops called ”Learning to Listen” for children aged two to six years old
- Bachelor of Music with distinction (University of Cape Town)
- Performers Licentiate Diploma (University of South Africa)
- Masters degree in Piano Performance (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
- Masters degree in Music History (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)