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Posted by: JJ_Julia 25.Mar.2010, 03:32 PM

Hi,

Does anyone know of a best place to buy a second hand piano in Skane?

Where can I find a private piano tutor? how much do you think they will charge per hour?

Thanks

J.

Posted by: Puffin 25.Mar.2010, 05:12 PM

To buy a piano you could check out Blocket - I've also seen them in Charity shops when they've done a house clearance

For lessons you could contact the kommun music or culture skolan - they provide private lessons for adults and children

Posted by: 7 25.Mar.2010, 05:35 PM

a lot of people offer to give a piano away if you remove it yourself. (on blocket)

Posted by: byke 25.Mar.2010, 05:38 PM

Did you hear about the pianist who kept banging his head against the keys?
He was playing by ear.

Posted by: Fishoutofwater 26.Mar.2010, 11:22 AM

Hi J!

The folks here are right, Blocket is a good place to look..some music stores may have secondhand pianos.

As for tutors, whereabouts in Skåne do you live? do you want your lessons in Swedish or English?

Posted by: JJ_Julia 26.Mar.2010, 01:10 PM

Thanks all.

I will do that.

I will need tuition in English.

I am moving in about 10weeks to Tollarp. So will probably be looking at getting it around autumn. Thought I will start asking around.
I just hope the lessons wont cost a fortune, in which case I'll just learn myself. I played keyboard as a kid so it shouldnt be too difficult to get back into it.

Posted by: Freja 26.Mar.2010, 01:39 PM

Perhaps you contakt Kommunala Musikskolan i Kristainstad, which is for youth up to 20, and ask them for contacts to private tutors. It is a municipality (kommun) sponsored musikschool that all kommuner (municipalities) in Sweden have. They surely know and perhaps some of their piano teahers also give private lessons.

http://www.buf.kristianstad.se/musikskolan/index_p.html

And here are some other potentially useful websites:

Swedish Piano Teachsers Federation - with a list of local contacts to tuitor 'brokers':
http://www.sppf.net/wp/pianoundervisning/

Run these sites through Google's translator, which usually do an ok, but not perfect, job translating Swedish -> English. If you get stuck let me know and I can help out.

http://translate.google.com/#

Posted by: JJ_Julia 26.Mar.2010, 03:03 PM

Thanks a lot Freja ! biggrin.gif

Posted by: Fishoutofwater 27.Mar.2010, 07:31 AM

Hi J!

I am English and live in Höör. I play piano and passed my Grades 1-6 all with merit and my Grade1 & 5 theory with distinction.

Although I could teach I think I´d be lousy at it, but if you need my help at all just let me know and I´ll gladly help you out. Getting back on track shouldn´t be too hard for you as you´ve played keyboard before.

So, welcome to Sweden when you get here!

Hugs!

Posted by: HALE 29.Mar.2010, 08:04 AM

Hi,
I have a piano I want to sell, but it is in Linköping, so if you are interested PM me.

/H

Posted by: JJ_Julia 18.Jul.2010, 06:51 PM

Hi
I completely missed yr replies.Sorry


QUOTE (Fishoutofwater @ 27.Mar.2010, 07:31 AM) *
Hi J!

I am English and live in Höör. I play piano and passed my Grades 1-6 all with merit and my Grade1 & 5 theory with distinction.Although I could teach I think I´d be lousy at it, but if you need my help at all just let me know and I´ll gladly help you out. Getting back on track shouldn´t be too hard for you as you´ve played keyboard before.
So, welcome to Sweden when you get here!
Hugs!


Thanks! I have arrived, will give you a shout if I need help once I get one wink.gif


QUOTE (HALE @ 29.Mar.2010, 08:04 AM) *
Hi,
I have a piano I want to sell, but it is in Linköping, so if you are interested PM me.

/H




I will do, hopefully you still got it

J.

Posted by: Nemesis 18.Jul.2010, 08:16 PM

You will find one on blocket.

http://www.blocket.se/

Also a lot of second hand stores have pianos and synthesizers.

Look for shops with the word loppis in there name or description.

Posted by: JJ_Julia 21.Jul.2010, 06:27 PM

Thanks wink.gif

Posted by: Nemesis 22.Jul.2010, 09:06 AM

Also try

www.halmenmusik.se
042215139

Also try Landskrona, Höör Eslöv and Helsingborg second hand shops. Apparently they come in there on occassion.

Posted by: swedeninternational 9.Sep.2010, 09:34 AM

If anybody is looking for piano lessons in Stockholm - Here is a teacher who speaks Swedish, English and Russian and will teach all kinds of music from pop to classical - http://www.swedeninternational.se/spela-piano/index.html - You can also translate the site into various languages!

Posted by: JJ_Julia 23.Oct.2010, 09:16 PM

Thanks

Posted by: swedeninternational 4.Jan.2011, 07:27 PM

Just in case you need some more info about buying a second hand piano, check out http://www.second-hand-pianos-scotland.co.uk/buying-piano.htmlsmile.gif

Posted by: HristinaPianist 13.Aug.2017, 03:58 PM

QUOTE (JJ_Julia @ 25.Mar.2010, 04:32 PM) *
Hi,

Does anyone know of a best place to buy a second hand piano in Skane?

Where can I find a private piano tutor? how much do you think they will charge per hour?

Thanks

J.


Hej there!

I am a professional pianist and a piano teacher based in Malmö. If you, or anyone else, is interested in piano lessons, feel free to contact me.

http://www.goodatmusic.com/se/teachers/7146/Hristina-Veljanoska-Malm%C3%B6-Pianol%C3%A4rare

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