Our Teachers

LYDIA WILLS

MASTERS OF MUSIC

Lydia started learning piano when she was 4 years old and hasn't stopped since. Winner of numerous awards and holding a Masters of Music, Lydia has now been tutoring and mentoring music students for over 20 years. In high demand as both teacher and accompanist, Lydia couples a passion for excellence and detail with sound musical knowledge and emotional engagement.

 

Lydia
Dots and Stems Music Tuition
Lydia Wills Piano Instructor
  • 1

    The First Note ​

    Originally Lydia's only focus was on piano teaching and performance. Living in Toowoomba and Brisbane, there were plenty of opportunities for Lydia to develop her skills as teacher, performer, répétiteur and accompanist.

  • 2

    Teach In Harmony

    Following an interstate move, marriage and babies, Lydia found that her collaborative performance skills and teaching standard kept her in high demand throughout Port Macquarie and the NSW Mid North Coast area.

  • 3

    The Future Sounds Good

    In keeping with her contemporary teaching practices, and with the rarity of quality collaborative pianists in rural areas, Lydia's focus is on music as an enjoyable yet rigorous aspect of self expression for each student and performer. In keeping with this, she has expanded her studio to include group classes and both flute and singing tuition.

WHAT CLIENTS SAY?

KIND WORDS FROM MY LOVELY CLIENTS AND THEIR PARENTS

"I've had 4 online lessons and I'm surprised how much I've learned. Lydia's songs are fun to play."

— DARCY
Aged 11.

"Lydia has supported me to transition from classical pieces and exams to other styles I'm keen on. She's also given me opportunities to use my other instrument (guitar) with students I've met through her ensemble classes."

— Xavier
Piano Student.

"Lydia is interested and skilled in a wide range of musical styles and this has been invaluable in engaging my teenage son. She has really encouraged and supported his music development and provided a variety of individual and group opportunities."

— Elizabeth
Parent.