1. Study with Bradley Sowash
Find out how you can study with me online with Facetime or Skype. I have my end setup with one camera on my face and the other on my hands to demonstrate concepts on the keys. All you really need on your end is a camera-enabled smart phone, tablet or laptop and optional headphones. Learn about one student’s experience with online lessons.
2. Find a creative teacher in your area
Here’s an evolving informal list of piano teachers who offer improvisation to their students alongside a traditional reading curriculum.
Want to be on this list?
Simply leave as brief or long comment as you like below that tells me:
- How you teach improvisation
- Your website link
- The location where you teach
- The improvisation level you are most comfortable teaching:
1 – 2 = Beginners – Student improvises patterns or stories while teacher accompanies
2 – 3 = Intermediate – Understanding and playing chords with quick recall are included in lessons
3 – 5 = Advanced – Styles and voicings are taught to prepare student to play in high school jazz ensemble or church bands.
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