Piano & Keyboard Lessons

Our piano teachers are highly qualified and can teach a range of styles from classical through to contemporary, jazz and blues and are also able to tutor in music theory. All our teachers are qualified to prepare students for AMEB examinations.

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Fact Sheet: Piano & Keyboard Lessons

Lesson Length: 30 Minutes

Class Type: Private, one on one lessons

Styles: Classical, Contemporary, Jazz, Blues

Pricing: Lessons are $38 per half hour session

Piano Teachers

Find out more about the teachers available this semester.


Bojana Kock

Bojana completed Classical Music Performance studies in South Africa. She has over 15 years teaching experience as a primary school music teacher and has a passion for working with children. As well as being a classroom music teacher, she excelled in her roles as a choir mistress and Musical Director. Working closely with drama teachers she provided piano accompaniment for school drama productions and staged choirs to perform at competitions/festivals.

Her methodical approach to learning has seen her successfully prepare students for examinations both here and overseas. She is a strong believer that a music curriculum in schools is vital to self-expression, discovery and creating a uniting culture. Arranging and harmonising songs comes naturally to Bojana and her first-hand experience of teaching children from diverse backgrounds in South Africa holds fond memories and was enormously rewarding - this is what motivates her to pass on her wealth of knowledge.

Bojana currently does individual tuition here at Sound Centre in the afternoons and on Friday mornings. We are confident you will enjoy your lessons under her expert guidance whilst achieving your musical goals.


Natalia Sabirova

(Piano: Classical, popular music, jazz) Experienced piano teacher with a tertiary musical education from Russia, specialising in teaching the students from the beginners up to high level. Specialising in piano performance, musical performances with children choir and vocals. The piano accompanist for Solo instrumentalists. Participate with Under Cover Big jazz Band Show performance.

Qualifications; Conservatory of Music: Piano teacher.
Chamber Orchestra Performer, specialising in Instrumental Performance.






Greg Howieson

Greg Howieson is a classically trained pianist who commenced his studies at a young age, entering numerous eisteddfods and undertaking all AMEB examinations to achieve Grade 8 Pianoforte and Grade 6 Theory of Music.

Greg has over 25 years’ experience in live performance working with various bands, duos and jazz orchestras. He has gained a wealth of knowledge in Greek and Macedonian music, having been involved in backing bands to several international and interstate artists in these genres and also has experience in session work in many varied musical situations.

Greg has almost 15 years teaching experience, providing one on one tuition in hands on pianos skills in various styles, including classical, contemporary and jazz right through to aural training and music theory. He has had musicians refer students to him for specialised training, for example jazz chord voicings. He has been teaching at Sound Centre for many years and is one of our most loved teachers.

Daniel Zhou

Daniel can teach piano and violin.


Felicia Paul

Felicia is a classical pianist, who has a passion for Music Education. She also plays the clarinet and as part of a Concert Band has attended and performed in a study tour to Singapore. Felicia began playing piano at age 12 and continued to study piano at the prestigious Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA). She has performed at the State Library of Western Australia and Government House Ballroom. She graduated with a Certificate IV in Music (Classical) and a Bachelor of Arts (Education Studies).

Felicia teaches Classical piano as well as Contemporary music (pop, hip-hop, R&B, rock, etc.). Apart from teaching performance, she also teaches AMEB practical exams. She shapes her piano teaching according to each student and can teach a wide range of students from young to mature. Felicia is very committed and believes each student is unique and would love to help them on their musical journey.


Luke Geha

Luke has been studying music since the age of 7 and began learning classical piano at age 10. Quickly falling in love with the instrument, Luke attained a music scholarship at Hale school at which he continued his classical piano studies and found jazz music along the way. Luke is now at WAAPA completing his bachelor of music majoring in jazz and is looking to study teaching upon completion of this degree to dive further into his love for music and teaching. Along the way Luke has been playing with the Western Australian Youth Jazz Orchestra for 3 years, gone on tour with bands such as Supathick, and attained the most promising young talent award at the WAAPA jazz camp in 2017.

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