Beginner Piano Taught by a Pre-College Juilliard Graduate



  • No prerequisites

Are you a beginner piano student looking for expert tips on how to quickly improve? Look no further! With 1.5 hours of lecture content, students enrolled in this course will save hours of time and money by learning from an experienced Pre-College Juilliard grad!

In this course, you will learn some of the basic parts of the instrument and the keyboard, how to identify notes on a keyboard, basic music theory concepts, how to read sheet music, memorization tips, and more. The fifteen lectures are broken down into four main sections:

1. The Basics

2. Introduction to Music Theory

3. Score-reading

4. Practice tips

I have over 11 years of performance experience, and have had lessons with many well-respected musicians, including Dr. Yoheved Kaplinsky, Niel Immelman, and Stephen Hough. I would love to share some of the most valuable pieces of expert advice I have learned throughout my 11-year piano journey with you.

The fifteen lectures are designed to be completed at one’s own pace, but it is highly recommended that beginner students enrolled in this course practice a minimum of two hours per week. Digital pianos will do. In this course, two of my own compositions – “Night Wish” and “Spring Days” – will also be included for students to practice sight-reading and score-reading skills on.

Who this course is for:
  • Beginner piano students interested in improving
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