That’s great Natasha… I’m glad to hear you like the course.
The idea is that future jazz standard accompaniment lessons would follow a similar format and style.
Yes that will be my next course Neil, something like:
“Preparing Yourself For Trio Playing & Jazz Bands”
It’s a journey I’ve taken over the last couple of years and so I’m now in a very good position to teach how to students can prepare themselves for this role. Again, it’s a very different role from solo piano and I’m excited to share my insight.
We can certainly use this “Autumn Leaves”, and other medium-up tunes as examples.
Leave that with me, I’ve already started planning it and look forward to recording the course.
I’ll likely get started recording once these 2 courses have been published.
Great minds think alike Lori
Check this page design for our new teachers:
The page will:
- Give some basic information on the teacher
- Highlight their videos and audio of their compositions
- Show their current city and teaching offering for personal Skype or in-Person lessons
- Show their event work offering such as weddings and private events
I see the teacher pages being a strong promotional tool by linking to their personal websites.
This should also act as a nice incentive to become a PianoGroove teacher.
I envisage that our teachers will be supported by the PianoGroove community. We can follow their social accounts for example. Ultimately, I think we can all not only learn from the teachers but also help them with their goals of more exposure and bigger followings.
Thanks for the feedback guys… I’ll post further updates right in this thread.