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The Little Mozart Piano has established in Paris in 2006 by Tannaz Rafiee , A Pianist and a music teacher.


The Love of teaching music took her Piano school to London,Kuala Lumpur,Jakarta and Canberra and in  Sydney where she lived. 

Having taught in so different countries gave her the ability of teaching  students from many different back grounds ,skill levels and culture . 


Tannaz holds a master's degree in Music IT from the City university in London and also has studied Piano teaching at the Ecole Normale de Musique in Paris .

Not only are her teaching skills top-tier but she has extensive experience as piano soloist and also as an accompanist making her an accomplishes performer in her own right.

She is a dedicated piano teacher with a successful history of teaching children of all ages and ability levels.

She looks to spark the children's interest with a supportive and challenging teaching style and specialises in helping them prepare for their own performances , whether it be a concert , recital or a competition.

Naz has got a large experience of teaching online where she makes the learning efficaint and enjoyable


Teaching Philosophy


We believe students learn best in a relaxed, but structured class where a balance is established between technical study and having fun.

While each student is different, age is an important consideration.We aim to utilise different methods for each students based on their age and interests.

For young students below seven years of age, we often integrate musical games and popular songs to spark their imagination and develop their enthusiasm.From the age of eight we slowly shift the focus towards developing the student's level of concentration to music theory and hand techniques.


We aim to teach students a wide repertoire of famous pieces from Classical music to today pop music .We finish each semester with a performance to build their confidence for an exam or a group concert which we organise end of each school year. These events are not only fun, but they build confidence and are a good initial step in preparing students for concerts or examinations.

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