Finally, piano lessons can be taught over the phone. Quickly start playing the songs you know and love literally anywhere on the globe. Listen to the songs you can expect to play after taking one month of jazz piano lessons from Mark Miller. Our expert piano consultation will assist you receive the right piano to fit your individual requirements, and at a great price!
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My name is Mark Miller andI have a revolutionary new way of teaching piano to students of all ages. You will learn more in one lesson than you learned in years of " traditional lessons". I'll have you playing songs after your very first lesson! I teach students from around the world via SKYPE as well as In- Person lessons locally in Chicagoland. With my pioneering Chord Based teaching method you learn concepts not taught in traditional piano lessons. I also perform Friday nights at the Anvil Clubin East Dundee IL, as well as at Shirley's Piano Bar in Barrington IL. and private parties throughout the midwest.
My name is Mark Miller and I started offering Online Piano Lessons about 10 years ago. My first student was Ray Foulkes from Romsey England. He studied with me for 7 years and now writes and performs his own music. I currently teach Online Piano Lessons to students in 8 different countries including, UAE, England, Norway, Austria, Hong Kong, Canada, USA and Belgium. In fact, I write over 15 different levels of arrangements for each of about 300 songs. So if you are a beginner level student I might send you Misty with triads.
Thousands, perhaps millions of Americans have taken piano lessons and can't play a single song! What is wrong with this picture? I believe it is because they were not taught to play chords. I take the " Mystery out of Music ", as one Michigan student recently told me. See, music is very patterned but the " classically trained " musician is never taught to see these patterns. The patterns are all based around chords and chord syntax. When you are only reading single notes, you don't see the underlying structure of the music: therefore it is much harder to memorize songs, and to create your own music.