Welcome! My name is Tiziana and I love to share and connect through music. My dream is to bring its joy into people’s lives, for them to grow and to discover this amazing art form and language. This is why I created Music Tree, an international music education project based in London. No matter where you are in the world, whether you are looking for music for your child or yourselves, or perhaps you’re a teacher searching for new ideas, I’m here to support you.


Here you can find classes for people of all ages and needs, run by a wonderful team of teachers

My training projects for teachers

Discover my courses online and in person to work with children, teenagers and adults

Every Monday a new resource and a live lesson to start your week with something fresh and creative for your students


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I started learning piano at the age of 6 with a piano maestro in my hometown of Pordenone, Italy. Her classes were very strict and her methods were very “old school”. Her style of teaching disconnected me very quickly from the joy of music.

I spent hours and hours going over technical practice and had zero time for exploration, improvisation and self-expression. Her objectives were to learn fast, make no mistakes and pass exams with distinction. It was incredibly stressful and frustrating and almost led me to quit playing piano and giving up on music altogether.

I’m glad to say I didn’t, and decided to devote my life to create a healthier musical environment for children and adults alike. This became my mission: I qualified as a music therapist and specialised educator and began a journey to connect people with music. 

I’ve always loved working with people, to be surrounded by voices, energies and ideas. It’s definitely a big part of what makes me who I am. I’m also a massive bookworm and academia geek and love to read about music neurology, psychology and the latest music research even when I’m on my holidays. I just can’t get enough! Travel is also another big passion of mine and I’m truly grateful that I get to discover new places and cultures through my work in music. Flying all over the world gives me the opportunity to share ideas, learn new methods and strategies from inspirational people and be part of this wonderful global music community. I feel very lucky!

My love and partner in crime

On a warm London summer’s evening, I met Sam whilst dancing and singing to the music of Stevie Wonder. We started singing together and we’ve been together ever since. We share not only a home and our Music school in London, but also our wonderful baby girl Emma. Sam is an incredible singer, musician and producer and together we built Music Tree from the roots up! His students love him for his passion and sense of humour and his fun musical approach. He’s a very positive person, my confidant and shoulder to lean on.

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After many years of living and working in London as a freelance teacher, I had the opportunity to open my very own place where I could run my music classes for children and families. 

I started Music Tree in 2017 from my home in London and in 2021 I was fortunate enough to open the doors of the school in the heart of Islington. I continue to focus on growing my community year after year with the mission that music can be part of everyone’s lives, no matter what the age or ability.

It is my belief that learning and playing music is not only important in developing one’s musical skills, but it is also integral to personal and social development of both individuals and groups, and that’s why the Music Tree team and I run courses that are suitable for everyone. 



I’m delighted to have such a great team of experienced teachers working with me at Music Tree. Listening to their ideas and individual experiences is so important to challenge my thinking and keep me on my toes! They help me to deliver my mission and run the school in the best way possible.


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