Our courses

NEW! – Blues and Improvisation

Everyone secretly wishes to sit next to the piano, close their eyes and let magic happen.
In this piano course we will use what we know about chords from the Accompaniment courses, learn the blues and start improvising wonderful music based on a few simple rules.
You will learn here the 12 bar blues and blues chords, scales, licks, accompaniment, major and minor blues, shell voicing, songs by B.B. King, Ray Charles and much more…

Piano Chords for Beginners

Wish you could play every song you desire on the piano but you don’t know where to start? Piano by chords for beginners is just what you’re looking for.
In this course you’ll learn how to form all the important chords (Triads) on the piano and you learn how to shift smoothly from one chord to another.
You’ll get a wide range of grooves which you’ll be able to use later on in an endless number of songs. We will play popular songs in different genres like Imagine, One Love, Summer Loving (from Grease) and many more…

Accompaniment for Intermediate Players

Piano by chords for intermediate players is a fantastic course for those who want to deepen their knowledge in the world of chords.
We’re going to expand our chords vocabulary, learning to play songs with four voices that sound very interesting and impressive.
We will start exploring challenging grooves from the world of Blues, Bossanova, Jazz, and Swing which will promise that you’ll be playing like a PRO!

Solo Piano

This is a magnificent course for those who wish to play solo piano by combining the melody and a wonderful accompaniment with both hands at the same time. We will learn to read the melody from a piano sheet or play it by ear, and then figure out together how to create the perfect accompaniment just by reading the chords symbols above the melody line, exploring all the popular genres like Pop, Rock, Disco, Musicals and more…

Piano Theory

In this course you will learn all about scales, chords, intervals, tensions (9th 11th etc.), chords progressions, chords substitutions, etc. These and more topics will be explained with examples from many popular songs.