Pianist - Composer

The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris seen from the Notre-Dame Cathedral.


Learning music using the five senses

Christophe Diès, first prize in piano at Casablanca's conservatory, piano graduate from the "École Normale Supérieure de Musique de Paris" in chamber music and harmony and laureate at the International Piano Contest fo Meknès (Morocco).

For a year, he passed along his knowledge in Pleyel Pianos show-room:

The strenght of his teaching lies in the awakening of all the senses. Through the art of playing the piano, his method's effectiveness moves around an individual program easily adaptable to each student. The mastery of touch, hearing and sight along with breathing naturally responds successfully to a modern approach of piano.

The pianist and composer Christophe Diès sitting at the piano
Christophe Dies

My method - Your five senses guiding your steps

  • Hearing. The study of natural breathing and active listening.
  • Sight. Learning the different musical signs and movement control at the piano.
  • Touch. Weight transfer.
  • Smell (figuratively speaking). The search for well-being and confidence.
  • Taste. Learning how to activate one's neural connections through specific exercises.