WHAT IS YOUR
#1 PIANO PROBLEM?
When it comes to learning piano…
Is it possible to learn ANY piano music without private lessons using these techniques?
Here’s the thing…
Students struggling to improve their piano playing usually only suffer from
1 of 3 possible problems.
Yes – the goal is to find the #1 piano practice issue that is holding you back.
However the challenge is this…
As a piano student
- with no piano teacher to guide you
- who’s self taught at home
- who learned by ear
- who hasn’t learned hundreds of new techniques, drills, keys
It’s sometimes difficult to know what your #1 piano practice issue is…
And how to fix it.
Solving this problem for piano students is what my team and I do all day, every day (especially if you’ve seen my Instagram stories).
That’s the reason why we have this guide here, which we’ll be using to diagnose and prescribe.
But who am I? Why should you be paying attention?
TEACHES PIANO PRACTICE
Now that my practice has reached this point, I’m only able to personally help so many people each week.
The only way to do more is to expand outside my geographic area and my private practice and begin helping people online.
And that’s the reason I’ve decided to make this quiz available for free.
How do I find out?
So here’s what you need to do now, if you’re interested or even just curious, here’s what I recommend – click on the big YELLOW button that says:
The only catch is this, because this guide is typically something I give access to my private students, I haven’t decided how much longer I’ll be making this tool available for free. Tap on Take Quiz to begin
WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT US
See what our students have to say about their success.
She gained confidence in her Fantaisie Impromptu
He turned his weak, clumsy fingers into strong, fast hands
She achieved her lifelong dream of learning the piano.
He learned how to read + play any piano sheet music
Mother of 4 rediscovers her passion for piano
He achieved his dream of playing River Flows in You
She achieves big jumps + fancy ornaments in Bach
He achieves multi octave jumps playing Pirates OST