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In this workshop, we’ll take some classic holiday tunes and learn to identify the melodies, 7th chords, and inner voicings. Then we’ll apply various styles to each tune. By the end of the lesson, you’ll be able to sit at the piano and entertain your friends & family for the holidays!

In this workshop, we'll learn how to play holiday tunes by ear. We’ll master the melodies, chords, bass notes, harmonies, and apply various accompaniment techniques.

In this workshop, we'll explore ear training with triad inversions. We'll be arpeggiating triads in order to hear the intervals that make up each chord. Then we'll go through song examples to train our ear in a progressive, step-by-step way.

In this workshop, we'll explore ear training with triads. We’ll master the sound of major/minor chords, intervals, and how to identify popular chord progressions.

In this course, we cover the top questions our student ask about practicing piano, such as hand coordination, memorization, how to structure your practice time, etc. For each topic, we'll discuss mindset, useful exercises, and simple tips & tricks to help you practice effectively.

In this workshop, you'll learn how to solo over the 2-5-1 progression with enclosures. We’ll explore upper & lower enclosures, along with a variety of exercises and example lines for each chord in the progression. By the end of the workshop, you’ll understand how to use enclosures to create a more interesting piano solo.

In this course, you'll learn an original jazz ballad tune, Why Do I Fall in Love. Phrase by phrase, you'll learn the notes and rhythms, decipher the harmony, and discover soloing techniques. We also explain how to play with expression and add an intro and ending.

In this workshop, you'll learn how to solo over the 2-5-1 progression using Diatonic Triads. We’ll explore a variety of exercises to master diatonic triads, plus examples for how to use them in your solos. By the end of the workshop, you’ll understand how to use the triad technique to create a happy & lighthearted sound in your solo.

In this course, you will learn how to create a beautiful bossa nova accompaniment to "The Girl From Ipanema." Jonny teaches the A section of the song for all playing levels, progressively adding more syncopated rhythms to the accompaniment. Yannick explores the B section of the song and expands on the groove and musical concepts involved.

In this workshop, you'll learn how to solo over the 2-5-1 progression using the Upper and Lower Neighbor technique. We’ll explore a variety of exercises to master Upper and Lower Neighbors, plus examples for how to use them in your solos. By the end of the workshop, you’ll understand how to use these beautiful passing tones to create a more interesting piano solo full of tension and resolution.

In this workshop, you'll learn how to solo over the 2-5-1 chord progression with the outlining chords technique. You'll explore different chord options, common rhythms, and a variety of exercises for outlining chords. By the end of the workshop, you’ll be able to create your own lines using this soloing technique.

In this workshop, you'll learn how to solo over the 2-5-1 chord progression with Bebop scales. You'll learn 2 left hand accompaniments, 4 common grooves, and 3 bebop scales for soloing in the jazz style. Then we’ll practice various exercises for connecting scales and targeting chord tones to get that smooth jazzy solo sound.

In this workshop, you'll learn how to solo over the 2-5-1 chord progression using chord tone targets. You'll explore chord substitutes, left hand accompaniments, common rhythms, and a variety of exercises to master chord tone targets. By the end of the workshop, you’ll be able to invent your own jazz lines by targeting chord tones.

In this workshop, you will learn advanced techniques for improvising piano with the Major scale. We'll cover the notes of the scale, 4 essential soloing techniques, 5 left hand accompaniments, common chord progressions & voicings, and we'll learn how to solo over multiple chords.

In this workshop, we'll analyze the chord progression for Autumn Leaves. Starting with the lead sheet, we'll memorize the melody/chords, analyze the chord functions and chord qualities, learn how to add color with the 2-5-1 trick, and more.

In this course, we'll be learning a beautiful classical piece, To a Wild Rose. Phrase by phrase, you'll learn the notes and rhythms, explore dynamics and articulation, decipher the harmony, and create emotional associations to the piece.

In this workshop, you will learn how to improvise piano with one of the most important scales - the Major scale. We'll cover the notes of the scale, which chords/progressions to use, 5 left hand accompaniments, 2 block positions, 4 rhythm exercises, 3 soloing techniques, and more.

In our most comprehensive jazz swing piano course, we'll learn how to play Autumn Leaves in a jazz swing style. Starting with the lead sheet, we’ll memorize the melody/chords, stylize the left hand, embellish the right hand melody, master a variety of improv & rhythm techniques, and more!

We will analyze the Prelude in C Major by J.S. Bach. Going phrase by phrase, we will label the chords and their harmonic functions to understand how the music works, while exploring devices such as “sequencing” and “pedal point."

In this workshop, you will learn advanced techniques for improvising piano with the Aeolian scale. We'll cover the notes of the scale, 4 essential soloing techniques, 5 left hand accompaniments, common chord progressions & voicings, and we'll learn how to solo over multiple chords.

In this workshop, you will learn how to improvise piano with the Aeolian scale - a sad, ominous sounding scale often used in rock music. We'll cover the notes of the scale, which chords/progressions to use, 5 left hand accompaniments, 2 block positions, 4 rhythm exercises, 3 soloing techniques, and more.

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