ABRSM Piano Repertoire

Lessons on repertoire selected from the ABRSM syllabus


All levels

30+ lessons included

8+ Hours of Video

Course overview

Classical piano lessons on repertoire selected from the ABRSM exam syllabus

The ABRSM Piano Repertoire course is designed to guide you through learning how to play compositions from different periods and in different styles. You will encounter exciting works selected from the ABRSM exam syllabus over the past years. 

What you'll get

What is included in this course and what you will learn

Great Piano Music

Required by ABRSM syllabus, the pieces you'll learn are masterpieces written by composers like Beethoven, Mozart, Chopin, and more.

Theory and Quick Analysis

Basic music theory for pianists: the essential music theory knowledge including how to read music, rhythms, key signature, scales and more.

Essential Piano Techniques

From piano basics to advanced level, you'll learn a wide spectrum of techniques and styles

Support from Teachers

Not sure if you are doing it right? Reach out to our team of teachers through emails or chat bubble!

Sheet Music and Homework

Download the sheet music for all the exercises and piano works we cover in the lessons. Use homework assignments to review what you've learned.

HD Video Lessons

High quality video for every lesson so you can watch it any time you want, at the comfort of your home. 

What we cover

Below are the breakdown of this course, module by module, with video previews

ABRSM Piano:
Grade 1

Lesson 1: Scales and broken chord techniques
Lesson 2: Menuett in G by Leopold Mozart
Lesson 3: Cheerful song by Alexander Gedike
Lesson 4: Sweet as Sugar by Bela Bartok
Lesson 5: Sight reading and aural tests

ABRSM Piano:
Grade 2

Lesson 1: Scales, arpeggios and broken chords
Lesson 2: Impertinence by G. F. Handel
Lesson 3: Gukkuk im Versteck by Robert Schumann
Lesson 4: Gachou no Koushin by Bin Kaneda
Lesson 5: Sight Reading/ Aural

ABRSM Piano:
Grade 3

Lesson 1: Similar motion, contrary motion, chromatic, arpeggios
Lesson 2: Minuet by Scarlatti
Lesson 3: Pastushok na svireli igraet by Rebikov
Lesson 4: Jack is Sad by Philip Martin
Lesson 5: Sight-reading and Aural

ABRSM Piano:
Grade 4

Lesson 1: Invention No.1 by Bach
Lesson 2: Haydn Allegro in F
Lesson 3: Jagerliedchen bySchumann
Lesson 4: Promenade by Prokofiev
Lesson 5: Pe Loc by Bela Bartok

ABRSM Piano:
Grade 5

Lesson 1: Sonatina in G Major by Dussek
Lesson 2: Sonatina VI by Mozart
Lesson 3: L’Orage by Burgmuller
Lesson 4: An evening in the village by Bartok
Lesson 5: Dance by Shostakovich

ABRSM Piano:
Grade 6

Lesson 1: Minuet and trio by Beethoven
Lesson 2: Mazurka by Chopin
Lesson 3: Piano sonata by Robert Schumann
Lesson 4: Forest musicians by Gubaidulina
Lesson 5: The crab by Villa-Lobos

ABRSM Piano:
Grade 7

Lesson 1: Allemande, French Suite No. 6 by J.S. Bach
Lesson 2: 1st movement from Sonata in G, K.283 by Amadeus W. Mozart
Lesson 3: No. 2 from Four Short Piano Pieces by Franz Liszt
Lesson 4: By a Meadow Brook from Woodland Sketches by Edward MacDowell
Lesson 5: Canope by Claude Debussy 


About Michelle

Michelle is an active professional pianists, who has also been teaching piano at all levels for more than 15 years.  Michele graduated from Florida State University with a Doctor of Music degree in Piano Performance, which qualifies her as both a top level performing pianist as well as a well-trained piano educator. 

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