This course is for women only
Attention piano players who play by ear: Did you know that in just one hour you can learn to play another instrument and really upgrade your skills and abilities? True, the keyboard is based off of a piano, but there are many differences between the two instruments. With a keyboard, you can play add beats and accompaniment, sounding like a multi-piece band without all the rest of the musicians! You can also transpose from one key to another by simply pressing a single button. Chords are very easy to play (especially on a Yamaha) and there are simple ways to play dual instruments, add harmony, change the tempo, and more. By taking this one-hour masterclass, you will learn everything you need to succeed.
Take your hobby further–make it portable, by learning to play the keyboard! Add glitz and glamor to the songs you know and love through the techniques I’ll teach you in this course. You’ll have a ton of fun in the process.
BONUS! You’ll get my cheat sheet to help you follow along, as well as a list of song ideas to really get you started.
Please note: this course is intended for those who already know how to play by ear on a basic level (with both melody and chords).
What you’ll learn:
1.Which keyboards are the best and why (spoiler alert-any Yamaha!)
2. How to adapt what you know to be able to play easily on keyboard
3. How to understand and use the different buttons on a keyboard properly (even the often hard to understand Function button!)
4. Which types of beats/styles to apply to which types of songs (including fast songs, 3/6 beat songs, 4/8 beat songs)
5. How to troubleshoot common problems that may come up on your keyboard (think: split points!)
Number of Classes
Chaya Sara Licht has been teaching piano for over 17 years and has given more than 6,000 lessons to happy students of every age and stage.
A highly-trained pianist herself, Chaya has studied under the best and brightest teachers, which has prepared her to be a professional, effective teacher. Her method is easy to grasp and enables students to see results quickly, which encourages them to practice and to invest themselves in playing piano.
More than anything, Chaya Sara believes in her students, and her warm, upbeat style cheers them on to success. Hundreds of students have already developed their piano-playing skills and are enjoying the gift of music. Now it’s YOUR turn to learn to play!