The blues are full of soul and sorrow, but that doesn’t stop people from loving them. Learn more about this genre’s cultural roots and its evolution.
In this podcast, plucky pianista Melody Payne shares the secret of breaking free of sheet music and adding your own spin to the songs you love.
The simple-yet-powerful pentascale is a staple in piano. Learn how these five notes can help you kick off your improvisation journey with a bang.
On the piano, you can see what you’re doing, but can you hear it? Albert Frantz of key-notes.com shows us how crucial ear training is to playing piano well.
From international tours to your screen of choice, Steve Nixon brings Grammy-level expertise to free lessons in jazz, blues, pop, country, and more.
Music has changed a lot in the past 100 years – piano teaching has not. Tim Topham’s Inner Circle of creative piano teachers is out to change all that.
Melanie shares her insights on how beginners can get started learning the piano, and discusses the importance of improvisation and slow practice.
Sarah Nicolls turned her piano inside-out and made a career with simple melody shrouded in strange sounds and audience interaction as creative as her music.
Tim Topham teaches piano teachers to open up. In Part One of this interview, he shares insights on creativity, business, changing piano education and more.
Understanding chords and listening are two prerequisites to creating music often neglected by traditional piano teaching. Tim Topham is changing all that.
The piano is one of the world’s most popular instruments. Whether you’re a novice or master, get the tips you need to achieve practice success.