Our method helps you achieve greatness at the piano by dividing your practice between foundational and fun’dational paths to make it easier and more fun to practice.
These three elements (rhythm, technique, and reading) are essential for pianists of all levels. We encourage you to work on one or all of these elements to build a solid base as the piano.
Song, style, and concept elements are fun to practice and help you sound more professional. Pick one or more fun’dational elements to practice each week.
In this lesson, Paul will show you two different ways to play the melody for use in a trio setting. In addition, you…
In part 2 of this lesson, Paul will show you how to play the second half of Billy Joel’s She’s got a way.…
In this lesson (part 1 of 2) you’ll learn several different basslines that you can use to play a slow blues. Using Stormy…
In part 2 of this lesson, Paul finishes a beautiful Minuet by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and uses a very specific practice process. This…
In part 2 of this lesson, Paul continues to teach a transcribed portion of Jelly Roll Morton’s composition, “The Crave,” featured in the…
Classical music introduces students to some of the greatest composers of all-time, such as Mozart, Bach, and Beethoven. In addition to providing some…
In part 1 of this lesson, you’ll learn how to play Billy Joel’s “She’s Got a Way.” You will be shown how to…
In this lesson, Paul will teach a transcribed portion of Jelly Roll Morton’s composition, “The Crave,” featured in the movie “The Legend of…
In part 2 of this lesson, Paul will show you how to play the classic pop songs Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean”, and the…
Improvisation Over Standards in 5 steps teaches you the 5 steps that are critical for students to learn in order to effectively improvise…
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