Request Your Custom Lesson

03/23/2015 5:54 pm

member-new-bannerAs a member of the Music Workshop, we want to make sure that you receive the best piano education possible. That is why you can now request a custom piano lesson that you want to learn. If there is a topic, technique or lesson that we have not covered or if you want to go further in depth with an already existing lesson, you can drop us a line and we’ll prepare that lesson and post it on the site in our new section called Member Requested Lessons.

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Learning Together

The neat thing is that the lesson that you request may help others too. Perhaps you will even see a lesson that you hadn’t thought of but is a great addition to the site. Music is a language with many facets and we want you to experience all of it. We’ve broken the section down into the various topics that can be covered.

As you continue on your piano journey, there will be some areas that you will want to study further in depth. That is why there is no “one size fits all” teaching technique. Although, we do believe that at the very least, every piano player should know basic theory, technique and sight reading skills. After the basics are secure, you will definitely want to go in any one of many musical directions. That is why we offer so many different courses in different styles and continue to add new piano lessons all the time.

With our new Member Requested Lessons section, we can assure that you are receiving the lessons that you want most and get the most of your piano journey.

Topics Include:

  • Technique
  • Chords
  • Theory
  • Sight Reading
  • Songs*/Pieces/Tunes

A Note From Adrian
When I was learning how to play the piano I remember coming across moments where I wish I had a little extra clarification on a certain topic. Sometimes I would hear a cool riff in a song or a left-hand blues pattern that I could just not figure out on my own. That is why I am so excited for this new feature we are offering.

As always, happy playing
~Adrian

*Song lesson request may be limited to works that are available in the public domain.