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Do you want to improve your piano technique?

As a teacher of over twenty years, I can tell you: you aren’t alone in your questions and difficulties.

After many thousands of hours working with students and thinking about piano playing and technique, I developed this free technique course to ground that has helped hundreds of students, from complete beginners through very advanced pianists.

This is the same material I have taught to both beginning adults and advanced students with graduate degrees in piano performance.

In these free lessons you’ll learn tons of information about:

  • The 5 Keys to a Great Piano Technique
  • How to Integrate Movements and Posture
  • Hand Structure, The Drop, Key Descent Control, Rotations and Movements
  • The Most Important Invisible Elements you Must master no Matter What Your Level

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Piano Technique Lessons

Lesson 1: Five Keys to a Great Piano Technique

In our first free lesson we learn about these 5 elements of a great piano technique. No matter where you are in your studies, understanding these elements and how they relate is crucial for a good piano technique.

Lesson 2: Hand Position and Unique Movements

In Lesson #2 we learn a ton of important information about hand position and movement! You can apply this material today and see immediate results and increased ease and efficiency in your playing.

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Lesson 3: Hidden Movements in Piano Technique

Lesson #3 is one of my favorite topics – and one of the most misunderstood (or not understood at all) in piano playing: that there are subtle hidden motions a good pianist will use that help in playing with ease and free of tension.

Without understanding these hidden motions, there’s a good chance your technique will become tense or “freeze” in various places as you practice. This is one of the primary reasons people develop bad technical habits!