Ruth Power, of Piano Picnic, shares insights and ideas from her new course, Lovin’ Leadsheets. Learn how lead sheets can impact your musicality.
Improvising music is sometimes seen as an advanced skill or relevant for certain genres only. However, improvisation has forever been a part of music in every style, era and culture. Learning to improvise great-sounding music doesn’t need to be hard! With the right ear training exercises and some mindset tips you can literally begin improvising music and enjoying the experience of improvisation today.
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Musical U member Sharilynn Horhota shares her fascinating musical journey along with some very useful tips you can apply to your own music practice.
Author of “The Practice Of Practice”, Dr. Jonathan Harnum shares results from his PhD research on how high level musicians practice to achieve their skill.
Marilyn White Lowe, author of Music Moves For Piano, brings life to the inner musicality skills of improvising, playing by ear, composing & collaborating.
Dennis Alexander, author of Premier Piano Course, brings music theory & sight reading to life with a creativity and a consciousness of musical expression.
Nick Cheetham shares his journey for the premier episode of Pathways, a new series where we dig deep in to the lives of passionate music learners.
Jeffrey Agrell, pioneer of a game-based approach to improvisation, teaches how and why to learn improv – and how much theory and technique are required.
Bradley Sowash, composer and educator, shares his musical journey along with some practical tips to bring more creativity and musicality into your playing.
Music theory doesn’t have to be confusing. In this episode we share some mindset shifts to make theory easy and accessible for you.
Solo pianist and composer Michele McLaughlin inspires creativity with her emotional approach to improvisation and composing.
Musical success means overcoming challenges and making mistakes. In this episode you will learn mindset shifts and practical tips for handling mistakes.
Paul Wertico, renowned as the “musical” drummer, discusses what musicality means. Learn how understanding the role of the drummer can help you improve.