Free Lessons + Resources
In this section of the website, you'll find links to the many (400+!) PianoTV videos and blog posts on a wide variety of topics. Enjoy!
In this section of the page, I've rounded up the piano lessons by grade that I've done so far (up to Grade 2 at present).
These grade levels are based off the RCM (Royal Conservatory of Music), but they're similar to the ABRSM.
It's okay if you don't follow either system - you can consider it a step-by-step roadmap if you're a beginner, or if you have been playing a while.
There's more to playing piano than simply learning pieces! A crucial component of playing music is understanding it. Without a concept of piano theory, the notes on the page are just random. With theory knowledge, patterns and order start to emerge.
People sometimes hear the word "history" and then run away. But history can be far from boring! Music history is filled with colorful characters, interesting scenarios and great music.
I consider music history a fundamental component of music education. Without the context of knowing who composers were or where the music you're learning fits into the grand scheme of things, you'll never fully appreciate your pieces.